Queen's in the News: January 4, 2013
Ian Janssen (School of Kinesiology and Health Studies) – Exercise can extend your life by as much as five years, in the St. Louis American.
Douglas Bland (School of Policy Studies) – Professor Bland’s fictional book Uprising has parallels to the current Idle No More movement, in the National Post, Regina-Leader Post and Montreal Gazette; the Idle No More native protest movement is growing, in the Toronto Star.
Vincent Mosco (Sociology) – The Federal Trade Commission decides not to prosecute Google over 'search bias', in the National Post; the Idle No More native protest movement is growing, in the Toronto Star.
John Andrew (School of Urban and Regional Planning, School of Business) – The condo market in Toronto and Vancouver is at risk of crashing, in Maclean's magazine.
Richard Beninger (Psychology) – Can developments in neuroscience be used to unconsciously influence human behavior, on CBC.ca.
George Smith (School of Policy Studies) – NHL owners and players union have to put aside bitter emotions in order to come up with a new deal, in the Toronto Star.
Nick Bala (Law) – Canada needs better sperm donor regulations, on Maritime Morning (Halifax, Moncton and Saint John talk radio).
Brandon Tozzo (Political Studies) – The U.S. government agrees to a deal to avoid the 'fiscal cliff,' on CKNW (Vancouver radio).
Robert Pike (Sociology) – Indian village bans women from using cellphones, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.