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Queen's in the News: January 16, 2014

Jay Handelman (School of Business) – Corporates as agents of social change: the academic view, in The Guardian.

John Andrew (School of Business) – Canadian house prices buoyed in 2013 by rebound of Toronto, Vancouver markets, in the Toronto Star, CBC News Now, CBC’s The National, and CTV News Channel.

Simon Hesp (Chemistry) – Pothole-free roads? Yes, it’s possible with better asphalt, says Queen’s University professor, in the Toronto Star.

Heidi Penning (Equity Office) – The Municipal Accessibility Advisory Committee is ‘probably the hardest-working committee the city has,’ in the Kingston Whig Standard.

Neil Bearse (School of Business) – Starbucks tweet-a-coffee campaign, on CKNW (Vancouver Radio).

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