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March 28, 2016

Queen's In The News Monday, March 28, 2016

Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
Smol, John
  • Biology
  • globalnews.ca
  • Scientists want federal government to restore fisheries protection.
    Andrew, John S
    Crowdfunding in real estate has clear allure, but can be risky for inexperienced investors.
    Beach, Charles
    • Economics
    Independent economic immigrants consistently had highest median income in first post-landing decade in Canada.
    Driver, Helen
    • School of Medicine
    Eight reasons why you should aim for eight hours of sleep tonight.
    Robinson, Darryl
    • Law
    Former Congolese Vice-President Jean-Pierre Bemba found guilty for sexual abuse by troops.
    Kilford, Chris
    • Centres and Services
  • globalnews.ca
  • Back to the future for Defence Review, comment in the Ottawa Citizen. Could large-scale attack hit Canada?, on GlobalNews.ca
    Engel, Jay
    • Surgery
    Ford’s cancer rare and advanced.
    Craig, Wendy
    • Psychology
    Cyberbullying often perpetrated by someone close to the victim.
    Grooms, Christopher
    • Biology
    Hard to 'swallow': The mysterious disappearance of Canada's aerial insect eaters.

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