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Queen's in the News: 2006-02-21

Nick Bala's (Law) expert testimony at an inquiry into alleged decades of sexual abuse of young people in Cornwall is mentioned in the Globe and Mail, and he discusses in a Canadian Press story that is covered in the Halifax Daily News, St. John's Telegram, Truro Daily News, New Glasgow Evening News, Cape Breton Post, Toronto Sun and Kingston Whig-Standard, the possible benefits of re-writing the youth criminal justice act.
Professor emeritus Ned Franks (Political Studies) discusses recommendations from the final Gomery report in the Globe and Mail.
Karen Pegley's (Music) opinion piece about how music is chosen for the Olympics appears in the Toronto Star.
Tom Axworthy's (Policy Studies) opinion piece about Canada's future and the Harper government appears in the Toronto Star.
David Saunders' (Business) opinion piece about the success and quality of Canada's business schools appear in the National Post and he comments about trends in business schools developing joint programs in the Toronto Star.
Peggy Cunningham (Business) comments in the Toronto Star about hyperbole in people's resumes.
Doug Bland (Policy Studies) discusses Harper's over-ambitious defence plan in the Globe and Mail and in a Canadian Press story that is covered in the Halifax Daily News, London Free Press and Edmonton Journal.
John Geddes' (Medicine) letter from Nairobi where he is conducting field studies in Africa appears in the Halifax Daily News and Kingston Whig-Standard.
Funding for a new research chair in bioethics at Queen's is reported in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Ian Janssen (Physical and Health Education) discusses on CBC Radio's Ontario Morning the high incidence of obesity in the baby boom generation.

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