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Queen's in the News Archive

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2007-01-18 09:04:06

Stephen Marmura (Sociology) comments in the Globe and Mail about using tracking technology in the workplace.
Zongchao Jia (Biochemistry) continues to receive coverage about a molecule that appears to boost the ability of standard drugs to kill breast-cancer cells in the lab, most recently on CKWS-TV and Toronto Fairchild TV (Chinese TV).

2007-01-17 14:05:51

John Smol (Biology) comments about winning the Gerhard Herzberg Canada Gold Medal for his scientific research in a CanWest News Service story that appears in the Ottawa Citizen, Edmonton Journal, and Regina Leader-Post.
Will Kymlicka (Philosophy) comments in the Ottawa Sun, Toronto Sun, and Calgary Sun about multiculturalism in Canada. 

2007-01-16 08:56:51

Zongchao Jia’s (Biochemistry) research about a molecule that appears to dramatically boost the ability of standard drugs to kill breast-cancer cells in the lab is featured in a Canadian Press story that appears in the Globe and Mail, Calgary Sun, Kingston Whig-Standard, and on cbc.ca and ctv.ca. He also appears on Global National News.
Bruce Gilley (Political Studies) comments about a simulated killing of a Falun Gong supporter that took place over the Chinese New Year in a CanWest News Service story that appears in the Ottawa Citizen and Regina Leader-Post.

2007-01-15 11:37:42

Professor emeritus John Meisel (Political Studies) comments about U.S. political scientist, Seymour Martin Lipset, in the Globe and Mail.
Elaine Power (Kinesiology and Health Studies) comments about the stigma associated with using food banks in the Toronto Star.

2007-01-10 09:10:23

Laurence Ashworth (Business) comments on Global-TV about a new study from University College London suggesting that you are more likely to perform well if you trust your instincts.
Virginia Walker's (Biology) discovery of a bacteria used in making better ice cream and artificial snow is featured on a number of ABC-TV local stations in the U.S.

2007-01-08 09:42:06

David Saunders’ (Business) opinion piece about the benefits of an MBA in Canada appears in the Montreal Gazette.
Andrew Graham (Policy Studies) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about a redefinition of the way police carry out procedures.

2007-01-04 08:47:54

Ross Finnie (Policy Studies) comments in the Globe and Mail about the effectiveness of various incentives that are meant to entice students to attend post-secondary education.
Nick Bala (Law) discusses an Ontario court ruling where a child can legally have two mothers and a father on CBC-Radio in Halifax, Toronto, Ottawa, Edmonton, and Quebec City.

2007-01-02 12:20:05

Timothy Smith’s (History) opinion piece about S

2006-12-19 09:43:55

Bruce Pardy’s (Law) opinion piece about senate reform appears in the Toronto Star.
Samantha King (Kinesiology and Health Studies) continues to receive coverage about the corporatization of breast cancer fundraising, most recently in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Lois Shepherd (Medicine) discusses new findings about breast cancer chemotherapy treatments from a study coordinated through Queen’s Clinical Trials Group on CBC Newsworld.

2006-12-18 10:11:08

Steven Salterio (Business) comments about his research that suggests Canadian companies have weaker financial controls than similar-sized U.S. companies in the Globe and Mail, National Post, and Toronto Star.
Samantha King (Kinesiology and Health Studies) continues to receive coverage on her research about the corporatization of breast cancer fundraising, most recently in the National Post.
 

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