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May 16, 2022

Queen's In The News Monday, May 16, 2022

Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
Amarnath Amarasingam
  • Arts and Science
  • Political Studies
  • School of Religion
Washington Post: Buffalo suspect allegedly inspired by racist theory fueling global carnage
Vice Canada: At Least 10 Dead in Live-Streamed ‘Racially Motivated’ Shooting at Buffalo Grocery Store
Dr. Amarasingam explains how the 'great replacement' worldview is dangerous. He also talks about the manifesto that may have been written by the gunman that recently killed 10 people in Buffalo.
David Baidoo-Anu
  • Arts and Science
The Conversation: Ghana’s high school system sets many students up for failure: it needs a rethink
The PhD Candidate co-writes an op-ed on the future of Ghana's high school system.
Booth, Christopher
  • Health Sciences
  • School of Medicine
  • Oncology
Toronto Star: You are told you have cancer: five questions you should ask your oncologist
Dr. Booth writes an opinion piece on the five questions you should ask your oncologist when you are diagnosed with cancer.
Dax D’Orazio
  • Arts and Science
  • Political Studies
Toronto Star: Ford’s crib notes, Horwath’s strategy, Del Duca’s opportunity: The inside story of how Ontario party leaders are preparing for the campaign’s last debate
The PhD candidate outlines how Ontario party leaders are preparing for the last provincial debate ahead of the Ontario election.
Kenneth Gyamerah
  • Arts and Science
The Conversation: Ghana’s high school system sets many students up for failure: it needs a rethink
The PhD candidate co-writes an op-ed on the future of Ghana's high school system.
Ardi Imseis
  • Law
Al Jazeera: Israeli forces kill Al Jazeera journalist
Prof. Imseis discusses the killing of a Palestinian journalist from Al Jazeera while reporting in the occupied Palestinian territory.
Knutsen, Erik
  • Law
New York Times: Ex-Nurse convicted in fatal medication error gets prohabition
Prof. Knutsen explains this medical malpractice case, and how a district attorney's office would have worked to bring forth a criminal charge.
Carolyn Prouse
  • Arts and Science
  • Geography and Planning
Washington Post: She Pioneered the Sale of Breast Milk, Then Lost Everything
Dr. Prouse talks about the case of Elena Mendo, and how it is precedent setting in terms of what we do with human breast milk.
Ross, Robert
  • Arts and Science
  • School of Kinesiology and Health Studies
  • Health Sciences
  • School of Medicine
CJAD 800 (Montreal talk radio): What is more effective for weight loss: Tracking your weight or making small, gradual change?
Dr. Ross explains his new study recently published in the Canadian Medical Association Journal and says simply monitoring your body weight can also help you lose weight.

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