Source: Queen's University
Queen's in the News
October 10, 2006
MacDougallís (Civil Engineering) research on testing straw as a modern
building material is featured in the Globe and Mail.
David Walkerís (Medicine) opinion piece about baby boomers' impact on health
care appears in the Toronto Star.
Virginia Walker (Biology) appears on CBC-TVís The National to discuss her
research that examines bacteria that can make ice cream smoother and
artificial snow last longer.
Charles Beach (Economics) continues to discuss his findings that suggest
Canada attracts a higher percentage of skilled workers than the United
States, most recently on CBC-Radioís Ontario Morning.
John Smol (Biology) continues to discuss Canadaís need to plan to reduce
greenhouse-gas emissions, most recently in the Calgary Herald and Saskatoon
Vincent Mosco (Sociology) discusses the impact of websites in municipal
election campaigns in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Dick Zoutman (Pathology and Molecular Medicine) discusses the development of
a web portal designed to assist in pandemic planning in the Kingston
Janet Allenís (Agnes Etherington) first poetry book is featured in the
Samantha King (Kinesiology and Health Studies) continues to discuss her new
book Pink Ribbons Inc. Ė Breast Cancer and the Politics of Philanthropy,
most recently in the Monterey County Herald.