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Queen's in the News: 30-June-2005 10:29:37 AM

Marshall Godwin (Family Medicine) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard and on CKWS TV and CBC Radio Ontario Morning about his research that lead to the development of a new automatic blood pressure monitor.

Emeritus professor Ned Franks (Political Studies) comments in the Kingston Whig-Standard about the process for selecting officers of Parliament.

Pamela Dickey Young (Religious Studies) and Nick Bala (Law) are interviewed on CKWS TV following the vote to re-define marriage in Canada.

Marie Myers (Education) appeared on Radio France Internationale's weekly world-wide broadcast "cole des Savoirs" discussing evaluation on the first day of France's national Baccalaurat exam.

David Skillicorn (Computing) is interviewed on Canada International’s Sci-Tech File about his innovative software that decodes language patterns and usage in email correspondence.

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