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    March 21, 2023

    Queen's In The News Tuesday, March 21, 2023

    Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
    Davies, Claire
    • Engineering and Applied Science
    • Mechanical and Materials Engineering
    CBC Radio (Ottawa): Queen's University academics win Killam prize and fellowship
    Dr. Davies talks about the significance of the Killam Foundation, and what her research into accessibility means for Queen's, and greater society.
    Dubinsky, Karen
    • Arts and Science
    • Global Development Studies
    • History
    The Agenda with Steven Paikin, TVO: What is driving the recent exodus from Cuba?
    Dr. Dubinsky shares her thoughts on what is causing the mass exodus from Cuba, and whether conditions can change for the island country.
    Jain, Praveen
    • Engineering and Applied Science
    • Electrical and Computer Engineering
    CBC Radio (Ottawa): Queen's University academics win Killam prize and fellowship
    Dr. Jain discusses his honour from the National Killam Foundation, and what his research into renewable energy means to Queen's, and society in general.
    Christian Leuprecht
    • Arts and Science
    • Political Studies
    • Smith School of Business
    • School of Policy Studies
    National Post: China's insidious, longstanding effort to meddle in Canadian affairs
    In his opinion piece, Dr. Leuprecht discusses China's alleged involvement in Canadian politics.
    Mackay, Robb
    • Arts and Science
    • Dan School of Drama and Music
    The Conversation: Should a Tragically Hip song have been played at a Pierre Poilievre event?
    In a co-written op-ed, MacKay discusses whether a Tragically Hip song should have been used at a Conservative campaign event with Pierre Poilievre.
    Maynard, Steven
    • Arts and Science
    • History
    The Conversation: Sex workers are left out in the cold by Ottawa’s unjust conviction amendments
    In his co-written op-ed, Dr. Maynard discusses the limitations of the recently announced changes to the Expungement Act .
    Nicole Myers
    • Arts and Science
    • Sociology
    Globe and Mail: Ontario legislative committee recommends federal, provincial bail system reforms
    Dr. Myers says she is concerned about any reforms that increase the amount of people in custody without being convicted of an offence and any impact to the presumption of innocence as outlined in the Charter of Rights and Freedoms.

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