Queen's in the News Archive
Richard Chaykowski (Policy Studies) comments in the Toronto Star about families living in poverty.
Roel Vertegaal's (Computing) research into "attentive" office cubicles and a new device to aid "video blogging" are featured on the Discovery Channel's Daily Planet program.
Kenneth Rose (Physiology) comments in the Whig-Standard about funding received from CIHR for his research into spinal cord injury.
Nick Bala comments in Alberta's Fast Forward Weekkly about grandparent's rights.
Naomi Alboim (Policy Studies) comments in Canadian Business on the employment challenges facing skilled immigrants entering Canada.
Doug Reid (Business) continues to comments in the Calgary Herald and Saskatoon StarPheonix about Jetsgo's failure and what it means for Canada’s airline industry.
Arthur Cockfield (Law) talks to the Canadian Press about the World Wide Web's increasing impact on the judicial system and the need for lawyers to keep up.
Elaine Power (Health and Physical Education) continues to comment on poverty and food security in Canada, most recently in the Brockville Recorder and Times and the Windsor Star.
Martha Bailey (Law) comments in the National Post about the Hague convention on international child abduction.
Elaine Power (Physical and Health Education) continues to comment on the high incidence of food insecurity in Canada, most recently in the Cornwall Standard Freeholder and on CBC Radio regional news.
John Rapin (Medicine) comments in the Toronto Star about new regulations for foreign trained doctors who want to practice in Canada.
Research by Alan King (SPEG) that finds more and more Ontario students are struggling with the new four-year post secondary curriculum is highlighted in the Toronto Star and Hamilton Spectator.
Vernon Quinsey (Psychology) comments in the Ottawa Citizen about the killing of blood relatives.
Ross Finnie (Policy Studies) comments in the Ottawa Citizen about a new educational savings program that benefits wealthy families.
Elaine Power’s (Physical and Health Education) research with Statistics Canada that finds a high incidence of food insecurity in Canada generates Canadian Press and Broadcasts News coverage. The story is also covered in the Ottawa Sun, Edmonton Sun, and Pembroke Observer.
Walter Rosser (Family Medicine) comments on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard about new government funding to increase family doctor training in Ontario.
Jim Ridler (Business) discusses business-ethics education in the Globe and Mail.
Kim Nossal (Political Studies) comments in the Globe and Mail about MP’s who offer help to constituents and then receive their political support.
An opinion piece by William Leiss (Policy Studies) about risk assessment around mad cow disease appears in the Edmonton Journal.
Ross Finnie (Policy Studies) comments in the StarPhoenix about education savings plans.
Joe Pater (NCIC) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about a new therapy that prolongs life for some people with a rapidly fatal type of brain cancer.
Bruce Pardy (Law) comments on CBC Radio’s Ontario Morning about the recent water contamination crisis in Stratford, Ontario.
Doug Brown (Policy Studies) comments on the front page of the National Post about asymmetric federalism.
Mary Louise Adams (Physical Health and Education) is interviewed on CBC Radio’s Ontario Morning about hockey, gender and nationalism.
John Smol’s (Biology) most recent global warming research continues to receive coverage, most recently in La Presse, and on CBC online, the front page of Le Soleil, CBC Radio national news and CKNW Radio (Vancouver).
An opinion piece by Tom Axworthy (Policy Studies) about gun-related violence appears in the Toronto Star.
William Leiss (Policy Studies) comments in the Edmonton Journal about government communication around mad cow disease.
Andrew Simpson (Operations and Finance) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about plans to move forward with the new Queen’s Centre.
Doug Bland’s (Policy Studies) opinion piece about the current national defence structure and increased funding appears in the Ottawa Citizen.
Rod Lindsay (Psychology) comments in the Toronto Sun about eyewitness identification.
Tom Axworthy’s (Policy Studies) comments about the current liberal leadership initially highlighted in the National Post continue to receive coverage, most recently in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Ken Wong (Business) comments in the Globe and Mail about a new magazine launched for wealthy parents.
John Smol (Biology) discusses his most recent global warming research in the Toronto Star, the Edmonton Journal, Halifax Daily News, the Guardian (UK), on the front page of the Kingston Whig-Standard, the Ottawa Citizen online and on BBC news and CBC Radio’s As It Happens.
Tom Axworthy (Policy Stidues) comments in the National Post and Ottawa Citizen about the current liberal leadership.
Sudeep Gill (Medicine) comments in a Canadian Press story about the stroke risk of newer dementia drugs. The story is cover in the Globe and Mail, Standard-Freeholder (Cornwall), Gazette (Montreal) and the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Alistair MacLean’s (Psychology) research with Todd Arnedt, Gerald Wilde (Psychology), Peter Munt (Medicine), Kris Thiele (CMC) and David Davies looking at the effects of sleepiness on drivers is highlighted in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Commentary by John Geddes (Family Medicine) about healthcare in a small Kenyan town appears in the Kingston Whig-Standard.