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Queen's in the News Archive

Date Text
2007-05-11 09:20:25

Anne Croy’s (Anatomy and Cell Biology) expertise in pregnancy and cell biology is highlighted in the Globe and Mail.
Obesity expert Robert Ross (Kinesiology and Health Studies) comments about decreasing visceral fat through exercise and eating habits in an Associated Press story picked up by the Calgary Herald and Winnipeg Free Press.

2007-05-10 08:50:12

Roel Vertegaal (Computing) receives coverage for a device that allows advertisers to count the number of people who look at their billboards and screens in an Associated Press story picked up by the Washington Post, Houston Chronicle, and on ctv.ca and FoxNews.com.
Joan Tranmer (Nursing) generates coverage in the Kingston Whig-Standard for a project that will monitor the effects of fitness training on health of nurses.
 

2007-05-09 09:04:26

Emeritus professor Ned Franks’s (Political Studies) expertise in provincial politics is highlighted in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Mel Wiebe (Disraeli Project) generates coverage in the Kingston Whig-Standard for the Queen’s Disraeli Project, a research unit engaged in collecting and editing the correspondence of Benjamin Disraeli.

2007-05-07 11:37:36

Timothy Smith’s (History) opinion piece about the French presidential election is published in the Globe and Mail.
Louis Gagnon’s (Business) piece about corporate governance in relation to the Conrad Black trial is published in the National Post.

2007-05-04 09:46:00

Julian Barling (Business) comments on the adverse affects ‘office bullies’ can have on employees’ health in the Globe & Mail.
Art McDonald (Physics) continues to comment on receiving the prestigious Benjamin Franklin Award, most recently in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
 

2007-05-02 09:57:27

Fiona Kay (Sociology) comments on the number of senior-level female lawyers in law firms in the Globe & Mail.
An editorial by emeritus professor Geoff Smith (Kinesiology) in the Kingston Whig-Standard discusses race matters in professional sports.
 

2007-05-01 10:52:32

Bruce Gilley (Political Studies) discusses Peter McKay’s visit to China on CBC Newsworld.
Ian Janssen (Kinesiology and Health Studies) comments on the need for treatment options for obesity patients in a Canadian Press story picked up by the Brantford Expositor.

2007-04-30 10:22:41

Bryson Robertson (Civil Engineering) continues to comment on his three-year voyage to study the impact of garbage in the ocean, most recently on CTV’s Canada AM.
Art McDonald (Physics) continues to discuss receiving the prestigious Benjamin Franklin Award, most recently on CBC’s Ontario Today, and CBC radio in Halifax, Sydney, Ottawa and Sudbury.

2007-04-27 09:06:25

Michael Dorris (Physiology) comments in the Globe and Mail about a study that may explain consumer-purchasing decisions.
Art McDonald (Physics) continues to receive coverage for receiving the prestigious Benjamin Franklin Award for his research about the nature of matter and the structure of the universe, most recently in the Philadelphia Daily News.

2007-04-26 09:37:49

Bryson Robertson (Civil Engineering) continues to comment on his three-year voyage to study the impact of garbage in the ocean, most recently on CBC Newsworld and CBC’s Radio-Canada (Quebec).
Ross Kilpatrick (Classics) comments on the intimate moment captured in Gustav Klimt's 1907 painting "The Kiss" in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

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