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Queen's in the News Archive

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2006-01-03 12:24:43

Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) discusses negative ads and attack ads in campaign advertising in the Globe and Mail and in a Canadian Press story that receives extensive coverage including in the Edmonton Journal, Victoria Times Colonist, Sault Star, St. Catharines-Niagara Standard, Sudbury Star, Windsor Star.
Tom Axworthy’s (Policy Studies) opinion piece about issues and ethics in the current election campaign appears in the Globe and Mail.
Bill Blake (Business) discusses physical exercise and active life styles as a key to preventing burnout in the Globe and Mail.
Alan King (Social Program Evaluation Group) comments in a Globe and Mail editorial on keeping students in high school.
Kim Nossal (Political Studies) discusses the need for more public discussion about the dangers before Canadian troops are sent to Afghanistan in the National Post.
An opinion piece about defusing holiday stress by Uzma Rehman (Psychology) appears in the Toronto Star.
Bev Baines (Women’s Studies) comments in a CanWest story about the dearth of female candidates in the current election.
Professor emeritus Ned Franks (Political Studies) comments in the Ottawa Citizen about ministerial accountability in the sponsorship scandal.
Peggy Cunningham (Business) discusses Jack Layton’s nostalgic marketing in the Ottawa Citizen.
Douglas Reid (Business) comments in the Ottawa Citizen, Montreal Gazette, Regina Leader Post, Edmonton Journal, Calgary Herald and Victoria Times Colonist about Westjet Airlines business strategy.
Tamara Small (Sociology) comments in a Canadian Press story about the perils of using blogs as tools in election campaigns. The story receives extensive coverage including the Montreal Gazette, London Free Press, Hamilton Spectator and St. Catharines Standard. She also evaluates the websites of the local candidates in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Robert Ross (Physical and Health Education) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about obesity and physical activity.
Jonathon Rose, Tamara Small (Political Studies) and Vincent Mosco (Sociology) comment in the Kingston Whig-Standard on the use of the media in the election.
Lewis Johnson (Business) comments in the New York Times about the appeal of income trusts.
Nick Bala (Law) discusses child custody and access issues on CTV.
Marjory Phillips (Psychology) discusses how children of divorce cope over the holidays on CTV.
Peter Van Coerverden de Groot (Biology) is interviewed on CBC Radio's Sounds Like Canada about his research on polar bear paternity.

2005-12-20 11:41:51

Alan King (Social Program Evaluation Group) comments in a Globe and Mail editorial on keeping students in high school.Peter Van Coerverden de Groot (Biology) is interviewed on CBC’s Sounds Like Canada about his research on polar bear paternity.

Nicholas Bala (Law) talks to CTV News about holiday custody arrangements.An opinion piece about defusing holiday stress by Uzma Rehman (Psychology) appears in the Toronto Star.Bev Baines (Law/Women’s Studies) comments in a CanWest story the dearth of female candidates in the current election.Jonathon Rose (Political Studies), Vincent Mosco (Sociology) and Tamara Small (Political Studies) comment in the Kingston Whig-Standard on the use of the media in the election.Tamara Small (Political Studies) also evaluates the websites of the local candidates in the Kingston Whig-Standard

2005-12-19 09:13:58

Laurence Ashworth (Business) comments in the Globe and Mail's Monday Manager about when people are most likely to use money-saving coupons.
Tom Axworthy (Policy Studies) comments on the timing of how the election campaign unfolds in the Globe and Mail.
Richard Ascough's (Religious Studies) co-authored book, Passionate Visionary, was mentioned in the Globe and Mail as one of Canada's top business books for 2005 and he discusses the significance of the star of the east in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
An opinion piece co-authored by Douglas Bland (Policy Studies) discussing the idea of political neutrality in the public service appears in the National Post.
 Kim Nossal (Political Studies) comments about anti-Americanism in the current election campaign in the Ottawa Citizen and Vancouver Sun.

2005-12-16 14:44:07

Tom Axworthy (Policy Studies) is quoted as part of the Globe and Mail's expert panel on the federal election.
Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) talks to the Canadian Press about the federal leadership debate.
Karen Pegley (Music) and Richard Ascough (Religious Studies) talk to the Ottawa Citizen about Christmas music in shopping malls. 

2005-12-15 09:21:42

John McGarry (History) co-authors an opinion piece in the Globe and Mail about Iraq's political future.
Roel Vertegaal (Computing) discusses the attentive user interface or Eye-Contact Sensing Glasses developed at Queen's in the Globe and Mail.
Kerry Rowe (VP Research) comments in the Globe and Mail about the ORION network's benefit to researchers.
Tom Axworthy's (Policy Studies) opinion piece about the youth agenda in Canadian politics appears in the Globe and Mail.
Matt Thomson (Business) discusses candidate branding during election campaigns in the Toronto Star.
Kim Nossal (Political Studies) comments on the front page of the National Post about the federal campaign's silence on the war in Afghanistan, and in the National Post about Harper's new defense policy.
John McFarlane (Athletics) comments in a National Post profile of Kirk Muller (Athletics).
Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) comments about the closely scripted nature of political debates in the Ottawa Citizen, Vancouver Sun, Calgary Herald and St. Catharines-Niagara Standard.
 Ken Wong (Marketing) comments on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard about the exploitative nature of the recent Lululemon's Athletica store in downtown Kingston and in Marketing Magazine about Loblaws' marketing strategy.
Jill Scott's (German) innovative think-tank project on creativity and conflict resolution in a post-Sept.11 world is highlighted in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Robert Wolfe (Policy Studies) discusses in Le Devoir and on Radio Canada International (Montreal ) the WTO agreement on agriculture that requires Canada to reduce its tariffs and increase its import quotas on products covered by supply management.
Ken Edgecombe (HPCVL) comments in itbusiness.ca on the launch of Sun Microsystem's new technology that delivers higher performance levels with less power consumption.

2005-12-12 11:05:43

Peter Katzmarzyk (Physical and Health Education) discusses health risks associated with obesity in the Globe and Mail.
Monica Stewart (Faculty Recruitment) comments about accommodating the needs of family members while recruiting and orientating new faculty at Queen’s in the Globe and Mail.  
Tom Axworthy’s (Policy Studies) opinion piece about public investment to create a stronger, safer Canada appears in the Toronto Star.
Dale Kristensen (Biology) comments on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard about black widow spider sightings in Canada.  
Ken Wong (Business) discusses the proposed strategy of using a referendum to finalize decisions about building a new arena in the city, on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard.

2005-12-09 09:41:24

Tom Axworthy's (Policy Studies) opinion piece about young voters appears in the Globe and Mail and his opinion piece reflecting on John Lennon, Pierre Trudeau and the current election campaign is featured in the Toronto Star. He also comments in the Globe and Mail about election strategy.
Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) comments about NDP attack ads in the Globe and Mail.
Vern Quinsey (Psychology) comments in the Toronto Star about murderers who cut up their victim's bodies.
Robert Wolfe (Policy Studies) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard, Cornwall Standard Freeholder and New Glascow Evening News about Canada-U.S. integration and Green Party policy.
Ken Wong (Business) comments on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard about a controversial store opening in downtown Kingston.
Jill Scott's (German) $25,000 SSHRC Aurora Prize is reported in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Economic predictions for Kingston made by Ken Wong, Lynnette Purda, Douglas Reid and John McHale (Business) at the Business Forecast Lunch are reported in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Ethan Rabidoux (AMS) comments about Elections Canada's plan to bring voting booths to university campuses in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Jana Raver (Business) discusses networking at holiday parties on CKWS TV.

2005-12-06 12:34:41

David Walker (Health Sciences) comments in the Globe and Mail about the need for more scientists and lab workers to effectively investigate major disease outbreaks. The story receives extensive coverage including the National Post, Ottawa Citizen, Windsor Star, Edmonton Journal, Victoria Times-Colonist and Regina Leader Post.
William James (Religious Studies) comments about religious Christmas traditions in the Ottawa Citizen. He also discusses politically correct holiday trees in the Kingston Whig-Standard and  the tree Nova Scotia presents Boston as a gift on CBC Radio’s The Current.
Richard Ascough (Religious Studies) discusses the star and the shepherds in the original manger scene in the Ottawa Citizen.

2005-12-05 08:59:16

Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) discusses the Liberal's second wave of TV advertisements in the Globe and Mail and he comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about Harper's GST announcement.
Ken Wong (Business) comments in the Toronto Star about a series of romance novels focused around NASCAR.

2005-12-02 09:06:40

Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) discusses election marketing on CBC TV's Canada Now and he discusses issues that will be on the minds of local voters during the federal election campaign on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Robin Boadway (Economics) comments about changes to the GST in a Canadian Press story that receives coverage including in the Hamilton Spectator, Vancouver Sun, Prince George Citizen, Penticton Herald and Peterborough Examiner.
Former VP Academic and new NSERC president, Suzanne Fortier is profiled in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Paul Paton (Law) appears on ROBTV discussing legal ethics and the Conrad Black trial.

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