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The ambassadors met with university administrators for lunch at Summerhill. (University Communications) Principal Daniel Woolf addressed the ambassadors. (University Communications) High Commissioner to Malaysia, Hayati Biniti. (University Communciations) Principal Woolf exchanges business cards with Radnaabazar Altangerel, Mongolian Ambassador. (University Communications)

June 24, 2014

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Ingrid Johnsrude (Psychology) discusses her research on familiar voices in noisy areas in the Daily Mail

Tandy Thomas (School of Business) comments on World Cup advertising in the Toronto Star.

John Casselman (Biology) talks about his work on a new fishery in Manitoba in the Toronto Star.

Sharry Aiken (Law) weighs in on dual citizenship and diplomatic protection on CBC.ca.

 

Ingrid Johnsrude (Psychology) discusses her research on familiar voices in noisy areas in the Daily Mail

Tandy Thomas (School of Business) comments on World Cup advertising in the Toronto Star.

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Queen's fires up the barbecue

Tomorrow's the day! The Queen’s Summer Barbecue takes place from 11:30 am – 1:30 pm at Grant Hall Agnes Benidickson Field. All staff and faculty are invited to attend. 

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Tuesday June 24, 2014

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Program Assistant, Economics

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A map turtle up close Carleton prof Jayne Yack shares the research she is conducting at QUBS on acoustics in insects. Mark Szenteczki (Artsci'14) displays a grey rat snake. Open house visitor Katie Kerr reaches out to touch a map turtle. Outreach and stewardship intern Danielle Porter shares details about Elbow Lake Environmental Education Centre, a QUBS facility.

Pope Francis wants Mafia excommunicated: Queen's University expert

2014-06-23

Queen’s University papal expert Robert Dennis can comment on Pope Francis denouncing the Mafia and saying mobsters are excommunicated. The announcement came after the Pope travelled to the southern region of Calabria and met with the father of a three year old boy slain in the region’s drug war.

Dr. Dennis is also the Vice-President of the Canadian Catholic Historical Association.

June 23, 2014

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Sharry Aiken (Law) discusses Canada's $50M pledge for refugees in the Ottawa Citizen and other print publications.

Robert Engen (History) spoke to Canada.com for their special online project about the First World War.

Anne Johnson (Mining Engineering) weighs in on Aboriginal consultation on pipeline plans on Station 14

Sharry Aiken (Law) discusses Canada's $50M pledge for refugees in the Ottawa Citizen and other print publications.

Robert Engen (History) spoke to Canada.com for their special online project about the First World War.

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June 20, 2014

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Jana Raver (School of Business) discusses her workplace harrassment report in the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star and numerous print and radio outlets.

John Andrew (School of Business) comments on Toronto's real estate market in the Globe and Mail

Mary-Jo Maur (Law) talks about Manitoba's adoption information process in the Lawyers Weekly.

 Jana Raver (School of Business) discusses her workplace harrassment report in the Globe and Mail, Toronto Star and numerous print and radio outlets.

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Queen's University expert discusses Peter MacKay's comments on the lack of female judges

2014-06-20

Queen’s University expert Erin Crandall is available to discuss Justice Minister Peter MacKay’s suggestions that there are less female judges because women have a stronger bond with their children.

The Isabel's inaugural season announced

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Friday June 20, 2014

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Queen's University expert comments on Aboriginal consultation for Northern Gateway project

2014-06-19

The federal government has approved Enbridge’s $6.5-billion Northern Gateway pipeline project with 209 conditions, including a commitment to embarking on further consultations with Aboriginal communities.

Queen’s expert Anne Johnson is available to discuss this consultation process and ways the mining industry affects Indigenous Peoples and local communities.

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