Source: Queen's University
Queen's in the News
October 18, 2006
(Kinesiology and Health Studies) continues to discuss the corporatization of
breast cancer, most recently in the National Post.
Joe Pater (NCIS) appears on CKWS-TV and in the Kingston Whig-Standard to
discuss his prestigious award for contributions to the cancer research
Kathy Brock (Policy Studies) discusses the debating strategy of Kingston’s
candidates for mayor in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Margaret Little (Women’s Studies) comments on Kingston’s municipal election
candidates’ understanding of the issues in the Kingston Whig-Standard.
Wendy Craig (Psychology) discusses bullying on CBC-TV’s Newsworld.
Janet Brooke (Agnes Etherington) comments on CBC-Radio's the Arts Tonight
regarding cuts to the Museum Assistance Program.
Kip Pegley (Music) is profiled in the Metro Toronto paper's Learning Curve
Peter Hodson (Biology) discusses risks to fish in the great lakes when
toxins from shells fired enter the water on CKWS-TV.
Roel Vertegaal (Computing) discusses ‘Witness the Fitness,’ an art display
in downtown Kingston on CKWS-TV.