Queen's in the News: August 31, 2012
Bill Cannon (School of Business) – Some of the most popular business professors are the ones that make students work the hardest, in the Globe and Mail.
Warren Mabee (School of Policy Studies) – Ottawa's review of a bid Chinese company to buy Calgary's CNOOC oil company sparks debate over who should ultimately control Canada's resources, in the National Post.
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – The crisis in Syria, on CTV News Channel.
Don Drummond (School of Policy Studies) – How would Parti Quebecois majority election victory impact Quebec economy, on CTV News Channel.
Don Klinger (Education) – Provincial government testing finds students reading skills up but math skills down, in the Toronto Star.
Ken Wong (School of Business) – Customers should expect few changes as Scotiabank buys ING, in the Winnipeg Free Press, Waterloo Record, Brandon Sun and YahooNews.ca.
Daniel Krupp (Math) – Study questions the theory that psychopaths suffer from a mental disorder, on CBC Radio Ottawa’s All In a Day.
Sidneyeve Matrix (Film and Media Studies) – The use of technology and social media in the classroom, on CBC Radio Thunder Bay.
Brenda Bouwer (Dean of School of Graduate Studies) and Jay Jantz (Neuroscience) – Five Queen’s students receive Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships, on CKWS TV; and with Yingli Rao (Chemistry), Kerri Froc (Law), Emma Dargie (Psychology) in the Kingston Whig-Standard.