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Queen's in the News: September 21, 2012

Kate Harkness (Psychology, Psychiatry) – How to families cope with the change of pace in September, in the Globe and Mail.

Joyce Davidson (Geography) – How are women expressing themselves with home décor, in the Globe and Mail.

Keith Pilkey (Mechanical and Materials Engineering) – Auto sector is experiencing a renaissance in attracting human capital, in the National Post.

Bob Ross (School of Kinesiology and Health Studies) – Study finds obesity rates three times higher among Canadian boys than girls, at canada.com, Montreal Gazette, Calgary Herald and the Ottawa Citizen.

Pradeep Kumar (Policy Studies) – CAW continues talks with GM, Chrysler, in the Red Deer Advocate.

Brian Cumming (Biology) – Ontario jellyfish causing a stir among swimmers and boaters north of Trenton, on CKWS Television.

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