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    May 15, 2019

    Queen's In The News Wednesday, May 15, 2019

    Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
    Emily Albright
    • Arts and Science
    • Chemistry
    CBC Radio: Is nobelium our most useless element yet
    Albright says nobelium is fairly useless but only because no one has really studied it.
    Allyson Harrison
    • Arts and Science
    • Psychology
    National Post: U.S. college admissions scandal means more skepticism of genuine invisible disabilities
    Dr. Harrison says we need to find a way to ensure equal access for students with genuine disabilities while de-incentivizing false disability diagnoses among post-secondary students. The op-ed was originally published in The Conversation.
    Murakami Wood, David
    • Arts and Science
    • Sociology
    Global TV National: Hackers use WhatsApp to install spyware on phones
    Dr. Murakami Wood says we should be worried about the simplicity of the attack (13:00).
    Pardy, Bruce
    • Law
    National Post: The Law Society of Ontario’s compulsory equality/diversity/inclusion statement was rejected
    In his op-ed, Professor Pardy says the Statement of Principles must be repealed and this vote was a small victory.

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