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Queen's in the News: 24-May-2005 11:04:03 AM

Ken Wong (Business) discusses corporate crisis management in the Globe and Mail.

Richard Ascough (Theological College) and emeritus professor Sandy Cotton (Business) are quoted in the Globe and Mail from their book Passionate Visionary: Leadership Lessons from the Apostle Paul.

Professor emeritus Ned Franks (Political Studies) comments in a Canadian Press story about policy around the House of Commons speaker’s vote to break a tie. The story is covered in the Globe and Mail, London Free Press, Hamilton Spectator and on Broadcast News Service.

The High Performance Computing Virtual Laboratory (HPCVL) is highlighted in the Globe and Mail Online.

Art Cockfield's (Law) opinion piece about what the Conservative party should do to enhance their chances of obtaining political power appears in the Toronto Star.

Nick Bala’s (Law) recent study about judge’s perceptions of children's honesty while testifying in court initially highlighted in the Globe and Mail continues to receive coverage, most recently in the Kingston Whig-Standard, a Canadian Press story that is covered by the London Free Press and St. Catharines - Niagara Standard and on ABC TV.

Arthur Sweetman (Policy Studies) comments in the Ottawa Sun and Edmonton Sun about a new study that proposes increasing the age for compulsory school attendance in Canada.

Alistair Maclean’s (Psychology) sleep research is highlighted in the Edmonton Journal.

David Skillicorn’s (Computing) innovative software that de-codes language patterns and usage in email correspondence initially highlighted on the front page of the Ottawa Citizen continues to receive coverage, most recently in the New York Times and Herald-Tribune.

Kathy Brock (Policy Studies) comments on CKNW 570 news radio and provides live on-air commentary about the federal government's recent vote of confidence on CKWS-TV.

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