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October 19, 2016

Queen's In The News Wednesday, October 19, 2016

Expert Faculty/Department Media Outlets
Day, Richard
  • Global Development Studies
The Walrus: Eye for Talent
Dr. Day's research was cited in a book excerpt, republished on The Walrus, discussing post-war immigration in Canada.
Davies, Peter CBC Radio: Groups challenge federal approval of genetically modified salmon in court
Dr. Davies was on CBC Radio in a number of BC markets, discussing a court challenge launched over approval of genetically modified salmon for human consumption.
Chelsea Elliott CKWS TV: SNC-Lavalin jobs/Queen’s job fair
Ms. Elliott discussed the opportunities for students at the Engineering and Technology job fair, held at Grant Hall.
Christian Leuprecht
  • Political Studies
CTV National Network News: Efforts to retake Mosul
CBC Radio: Ontario Morning, October 18
Dr. Leuprecht discussed efforts by Iraqi and Kurdish forces to reclaim the city of Mosul, which was overrun by the Islamic State in 2014.
Lovelace, Robert
  • Global Development Studies
Kingston Whig-Standard: Tentative First Nations land claim deal reached
Professor Lovelace commented on the significance of a settlement between the Algonquins of Ontario and the federal and provincial governments, and discussed next steps in the formal negotiations.
Ware, Tracy
  • English Language and Literature
Cosumnes Connection: Rock poet Bob Dylan wins Nobel Literature Prize
Dr. Ware discusses the reaction to the Nobel selection committee awarding the 2016 literature prize to Bob Dylan.

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