Queen's in the News: November 29, 2012
Daniel Woolf (Principal) – More flexible timetables and staff training will help fight student stress, in the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star and the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Louis Gagnon (School of Business) – Mark Carney is named the head of the Bank of England, in the National Post.
Peter Hodson (Biology) – High levels of plastics found in Great Lakes, in the Toronto Star.
Jane Tolmie (Gender Studies) – Op-ed on why blame an innocent mother for her children’s murder, in the Huffington Post.
Don Drummond (School of Policy Studies) – Who could replace Mark Carney as the head of the Bank of Canada, on CBC Radio Toronto’s Metro Morning.