Queen's in the News: August 30, 2012
Kim Garrison (School of Medicine) – Medical schools using robots, video games to train new doctors, in the Globe and Mail.
Ken Wong (School of Business) – Bic “Pens For Her” spark online ridicules, in the National Post; op-ed on the future of the way ad agencies do business, in Strategy Magazine.
David Detomasi (School of Business) – Canada’s forestry industry is learning to adapt to turbulence in the industry, in the National Post.
Daniel Krupp (Math) – Study questions the theory that psychopaths suffer from a mental disorder, on CTV News Channel.
Udo Schuklenk (Philosophy) – Legalized euthanasia laws in other countries has not resulted in old or disabled people being killed under the guise of assisted suicide, in Metro Ottawa newspaper.
Don Klinger (Education) – Provincial government testing finds students reading skills up but math skills down, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Phil Giurlando (Political Studies PhD student) – Op-ed on how the lack of many European governments with competing interests are making it difficult to stop the Eurozone crisis, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Bonnie Jane Maracle (Education) – Queen’s offers new Mohawk language course, on CBC Radio’s Ontario Morning.