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Queen's in the News: October 23, 2012

Daniel Woolf (Principal) – Studying abroad helps student compete in the global job market, in the Globe and Mail. 

Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) – Canadian military secrets revealed by spy Jeffrey Delisle, on Global TV National and the Halifax Chronicle-Herald; the crisis in Syria may be spreading to Jordan and Lebanon, on CTV News Channel

Barry Cross (School of Business) – Strong dollar is giving businesses the power to invest in productivity-enhancing machinery, in the National Post. 

Nick Graham (School of Computing) – Developing physically active video games to improve the fitness levels of teenagers with cerebral palsy, in the Toronto Star. 

Rob Morrison (English) – The literary history of Frankenstein and vampires, on QR77 (Calgary radio). 

Louis Gagnon (school of Business) –Jim Flaherty announces plans to privatize CMHC within five to 10 years, on Radio Canada (Ontario broadcast).    

Conor Wild (Neuroscience) – New research can lead to better-designed hearing aids, in the Kingston Whig-Standard.

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