Queen's in the News: 02-August-2005 10:54:53 AM
Matt Thompson (Business) comments in the Guelph Mercury about the Zellers chain’s attempt to go up-market with expensive brand names.
Professor emeritus Christopher Knapper's (Psychology) comments on the need for change in university teaching methods are carried in the Ottawa Citizen, Windsor Star, Edmonton Journal, Kingston Whig-Standard and Sherbrooke Record.
A report on banking mergers by Thomas Courchene (Policy Studies) is quoted in the Globe and Mail.
Martin Jones Duncan (Astronomy) comments in the Kenora Daily Miner and News about an erroneous e-mail making its way around the Internet telling people inaccurate facts about Mars.
An op ed piece by John McGarry (Political Studies) appears in the Globe and Mail examining the Irish Republican Army’s announcement that it would formally end its armed campaign.
Robert Gilbert (Geography) is quoted on CBC.CA News about his research into the unprecedented collapse of an ice-shelf in Antarctic and a possible rise in global sea levels.
Hugh Segal (Policy Studies) comments in the Ottawa Citizen, Whig-Standard and on CBC Radio about his recent appointment to the Senate.
Professor emeritus Ned Franks (Politics) comments on CBC Radio about Hugh Segal’s appointment to the Senate.
Sean Conway (Policy Studies) comments in the Whig-Standard about Hugh Segal’s appointment to the Senate.
Art Cockfield (Law) comments on CBC Radio about the racial bias of a new border search protocol.
Joseph Pater (Clinical Trials Group) comments in the Globe and Mail about the rising costs of cancer drugs.
Julian Barling (Business) comments in the Edmonton Journal, Sudbury Star, Prince George Citizen and Saskatoon StarPhoenix about safety in the workplace.
The Surveillance Project's David Lyon comments on CBC's Maritime Noon regarding the effectiveness of new surveillance technologies in light of the London bombings.
Steven Blostein (Electrical and Computer Engineering) comments in the Whig-Standard about the risks of wireless technology.