Queen's in the News: May 8, 2013
Richard Chaykowski (School of Policy Studies) - Conrad Black’s characterization of the study of labour relations as “ludicrous” and “anachronistic” is as perplexing as it is disturbing, in the National Post.
John Smol (Biology) – National Research Council is open for business, in the Toronto Star.
Anne Ellis (School of Medicine) – How bad is this allergy season going to be, on CBC Radio (French speaking channel), CBC Ontario Morning and CKWS Television.
Neil Bearse (School of Business) – How successful will the revamped Windows 8 launch be, on CBC Radio.
Garth Smith (Pediatrics) – Students learn how to deal with symptoms and effects of mental illnesses, in the Kingston Whig Standard.
Nick Bala (Law) – Caution needed in how new cyberbullying laws are implemented, on Halifax News Net.
Jason Gallivan (Centre for Neuroscience Studies) – How does the human brain compute tool use, on medicalxpress.com.