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November 16, 2015

Queen's In The News Monday, November 16, 2015

Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
Christian Leuprecht
  • Political Studies
  • CBC Online
  • CBC Radio
  • National Post
  • Analysis of the Paris attacks.
    Andrew, John S
    • School of Environmental Studies
    • Smith School of Business
    Are young homeowners doomed if housing prices drop?
    Fitneva, Stanka
    • Psychology
    Trend of adults engaging in activities typically reserved for kids.
    Pardy, Bruce
    • Law
    Allegations ExxonMobil used Big Tobacco tactics on climate change.
    Lyon, David
    • Sociology
    • CBC Radio
    Discussing Edward Snowden’s keynote address at Queen’s, on CBC Ontario Morning.
    Drummond, Don
    • School of Policy Studies
    Fiscal consequences of the coming retirement of the “Baby Boomer” generation.
    Simpson, Christopher
    • School of Medicine
    • Division of Cardiology
    Discussing changes to regional ambulance service handling suspected heart attack and stroke patients.
    Louis A. Delvoie Op-Ed on Canada’s new government and “hereditary politics,”
    Chivers, Meredith
    • Psychology
    Profile of Dr. Chivers as “The World’s most misunderstood sexologist,” in the Daily Xtra.
    Currarino, Rosanne
    • History
    Op-Ed on the US Labour Movement, in Pacific Standard.

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