Queen's in the News
November 15, 2006
Source: Queen's University
Art Mcdonald (Physics) discusses the inaugural John C. Polanyi Prize presented to he and his team in a CanWest News service story that appears in the National Post, Vancouver Sun, Calgary Herald, Ottawa Citizen, and Edmonton Journal.
Emeritus professor Elia Zureik (Sociology) continues to receive coverage for research by the Queen's-based Surveillance Project on international attitudes toward surveillance, most recently in the Toronto Star, CBC-Radio, Macleans.ca and Canada.com.
Jason Laker (VP Student Affairs) continues to comment about students' transition into post-secondary education, most recently in the Toronto Sun.
Emeritus professor Stewart Fyfe (Political Studies) comments about reasons for low voter turnout in the Kingston Whig-Standard, and about electing councillors at-large in the Cornwall Standard-Freeholder.
Denis O’Donnell (Medicine) discusses reasons why women face worse symptoms for similar severity of men with COPD on cbc.ca.