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The Globe and Mail
In tough job market, highly educated feel the squeezestress of underemployment for years. After completing his master’s, Mr. Darrah
In tough job market, highly educated feel the squeeze
The Globe and Mail / Posted 16 hours ago
stress of underemployment for years. After completing his master’s, Mr. Darrah bounced from job to job, teaching classes at Queen’s University, St. Lawrence College and other institutions, but never making enough to make ends meet. He enrolled in... Read more
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The Irish Times
Who to see at the Beatyard feativalWord stage (curated by Wasps vs Humans) and band/musician interviews (Saturday
Who to see at the Beatyard featival
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
Word stage (curated by Wasps vs Humans) and band/musician interviews (Saturday and Sunday) courtesy of Culture Vultures. Queen’s University Belfast 9.30pm £22/£20 shine.net Circus is the night Yousef first established in Liverpool a decade and a... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
‘Frozen chosen’ get new CO at CFB Alertin a statement. Tsai-Lamoureux holds a Bachelor Degree in Applied Science (Met
‘Frozen chosen’ get new CO at CFB Alert
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted yesterday
in a statement. Tsai-Lamoureux holds a Bachelor Degree in Applied Science (Metallurgical and Materials) from Queen’s University in Kingston, a Master of Science (Biomedical Engineering) from Dalhousie University in Halifax and a... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Student investors leap into trading worldat York’s Schulich School of Business. Other schools across Canada have simila
Student investors leap into trading world
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
at York’s Schulich School of Business. Other schools across Canada have similar funds managed by students. The Queen’s University Investment Council manages a $700,000 portfolio, while the Ivey Business School at the University of... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Queen's University Belfast losing touch with society over proposed hike in fees, says student body Queen’s University in Belfast has suggested raising tuition fees to £6,300 Q
Queen's University Belfast losing touch with society over proposed hike in fees, says student body
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
Queen’s University in Belfast has suggested raising tuition fees to £6,300 Queen's University has been blasted as "deeply irresponsible" for... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Penalty cleanup Stampeders focus; quick recovery; in & outPlace turf three weeks ago in Ottawa, a return didn’t seem imminent. But the S
Penalty cleanup Stampeders focus; quick recovery; in & out
Calgary Sun / Posted 3 days ago
Place turf three weeks ago in Ottawa, a return didn’t seem imminent. But the Stamps’ second-year defensive tackle out of Queen’s University dodged a bullet and is almost ready to return from the ligaments he strained in his foot when it got... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
The Food 53: Ten industry heavyweights who have a direct say in what’s for dinnercontentious. Her career path seems unlikely: After earning an undergraduate de
The Food 53: Ten industry heavyweights who have a direct say in what’s for dinner
The Globe and Mail / Posted 3 days ago
contentious. Her career path seems unlikely: After earning an undergraduate degree in science, mining and engineering from Queen’s University, she spent five years in the field, consulting on mining and military explosives, followed by 10 years as... Read more
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The Verge
This $25,000 robot will let you knock over some wooden blocks in VRholy grail of virtual reality isn’t just seeing these fantastic worlds and expe
This $25,000 robot will let you knock over some wooden blocks in VR
The Verge / Posted 4 days ago
holy grail of virtual reality isn’t just seeing these fantastic worlds and experiences — it’s feeling them. Researchers at Queen’s University Belfast have taken a step forward toward that end with their HapticVive system, which uses an HTC Vive... Read more
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Farming Life
Sarah joins the teamlives close to the family farm helping out when possible; alongside keeping she
Sarah joins the team
Farming Life / Posted 6 days ago
lives close to the family farm helping out when possible; alongside keeping sheep with her husband. She studied Law at Queen’s University and worked for Danske Bank for three years before taking up the role of group manager for the Donard Group... Read more
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The Irish Times
Robert Dunbar: the Father (Christmas) of Irish children’s literatureBooks Ireland. A native of Dunseverick, Co Antrim, he was educated at Bushmill
Robert Dunbar: the Father (Christmas) of Irish children’s literature
The Irish Times / Posted 8 days ago
Books Ireland. A native of Dunseverick, Co Antrim, he was educated at Bushmills Grammar School and studied English at Queen’s University Belfast, where he was a contemporary of Seamus Heaney. He lectured at the Church of Ireland College of... Read more
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The Irish Times
Tributes paid to Robert Dunbar, champion of children’s literatureGrammar School, where he attained the highest mark in English A level in Northe
Tributes paid to Robert Dunbar, champion of children’s literature
The Irish Times / Posted 8 days ago
Grammar School, where he attained the highest mark in English A level in Northern Ireland, before studying the subject at Queen’s University Belfast, where he was a contemporary of Seamus Heaney. After teaching at Coleraine Tech and Rainey Endowed... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Inmate was justified in stabbing other prisoner, Ontario judge saysotherwise you’ll find yourself in a very dangerous situation.” The decision se
Inmate was justified in stabbing other prisoner, Ontario judge says
The Globe and Mail / Posted 10 days ago
otherwise you’ll find yourself in a very dangerous situation.” The decision sets out contradictory demands for inmates, Queen’s University law professor Lisa Kerr said. On the one hand, Mr. Short would have been charged for possession of a... Read more
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Crosscut
Local entrepreneur grows food of the futureon them, as a kid. Spending her childhood watching ants is part of what motivat
Local entrepreneur grows food of the future
Crosscut / Posted 11 days ago
on them, as a kid. Spending her childhood watching ants is part of what motivated her to pursue study biology at Canada’s Queen’s University, where she graduated in 2008. After she finished her PhD in 2013, however, she decided that she could make... Read more
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Chatham Daily News
CK teens competing for CNE titlemost rewarding thing from receiving that title,” said McBrayne, who is entering
CK teens competing for CNE title
Chatham Daily News / Posted 11 days ago
most rewarding thing from receiving that title,” said McBrayne, who is entering her second year of concurrent education at Queen’s University. Vaughan currently works at a Canadian Tire and has a summer co-op at a greenhouse while McBrayne works... Read more
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Newsmax
Ireland Hits Brexit Alarm in Biggest Foreign Crisis in 50 Yearstensions between unionists and nationalists that were always there," said Lee M
Ireland Hits Brexit Alarm in Biggest Foreign Crisis in 50 Years
Newsmax / Posted 12 days ago
tensions between unionists and nationalists that were always there," said Lee McGowan, senior lecturer in politics at Queen’s University Belfast. With the violence in Northern Ireland largely ended and the single European market embraced,... Read more
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Business Wire
Outpost Medicine Expands Senior Leadership Teamat Oxford University, where he was a member of the Oxford Continence Group. Dr.
Outpost Medicine Expands Senior Leadership Team
Business Wire / Posted 12 days ago
at Oxford University, where he was a member of the Oxford Continence Group. Dr. McMurray holds a B.Sc. and Ph.D. from Queen’s University Belfast. Ms. Kennedy most recently served as Senior Director, Clinical Science at Takeda. During that... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Turkey’s Erdogan uses FaceTime, social media to thwart military coupstreets, which is essentially saying, I can’t control the situation, you do it
Turkey’s Erdogan uses FaceTime, social media to thwart military coup
The Globe and Mail / Posted 12 days ago
streets, which is essentially saying, I can’t control the situation, you do it for me,” said Vincent Mosco, a media expert, Queen’s University professor and authority on political communication. “I think he certainly would have preferred to be in... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Lee Valley Tools founder Leonard Lee treated customers as friendshe received an engineering diploma from Royal Roads Military College in Victori
Lee Valley Tools founder Leonard Lee treated customers as friends
The Globe and Mail / Posted 14 days ago
he received an engineering diploma from Royal Roads Military College in Victoria and an economics degree from Queen’s University in Kingston. He then entered the federal civil service in 1963. “My grandmother thought he’d won the... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Pokémon fans take to streetsJuly 7. “I’ve walked 69.5 km so far. I wouldn’t have walked that far ever if i
Pokémon fans take to streets
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 14 days ago
July 7. “I’ve walked 69.5 km so far. I wouldn’t have walked that far ever if it wasn’t for this game.” Manning attends Queen’s University and said Kingston police stopped him and a friend one night as they played on their phones. “We were... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Complex war on child pornblocking images entitled with certain keywords would also help. But David Skil
Complex war on child porn
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 15 days ago
blocking images entitled with certain keywords would also help. But David Skillicorn, a computer science professor at Queen’s University, said it is costly and difficult. “It’s not such a magic-wand kind of thing,” Skillicorn said from... Read more
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redOrbit
Meet the newest addition to our solar system: Dwarf Planet 2015 RR245in the new future. The discovery of dwarf planet such as this are of vital imp
Meet the newest addition to our solar system: Dwarf Planet 2015 RR245
redOrbit / Posted 15 days ago
in the new future. The discovery of dwarf planet such as this are of vital importance to researchers, Pedro Lacerda of the Queen’s University Belfast Astrophysics Research Centre told The Guardian. Such worlds are “extremely rich and complex,” as... Read more
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Northumberland Today
CFUW announces seven scholarship recipientson to Loyalist College, Mutton to Brock University and Maracle to Trent Univers
CFUW announces seven scholarship recipients
Northumberland Today / Posted 15 days ago
on to Loyalist College, Mutton to Brock University and Maracle to Trent University, with the remaining winners heading to Queen’s University. “All seven students had a very impressive record of academic achievement, coupled with a history of... Read more
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Psych Central
Drug Combo May Improve Care for Fibromyalgiawidespread pain and typically accompanied by fatigue, as well as sleep, mood, a
Drug Combo May Improve Care for Fibromyalgia
Psych Central / Posted 16 days ago
widespread pain and typically accompanied by fatigue, as well as sleep, mood, and memory problems. In the new study, Queen’s University researcher Ian Gilron, uncovered a more effective way of treating the disease by combining two drugs that... Read more
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Farming Life
Walking the supply chain!including the world leading Food Fortress program developed in partnership with
Walking the supply chain!
Farming Life / Posted 16 days ago
including the world leading Food Fortress program developed in partnership with the Institute of Global Food Security at Queen’s University. The importance of Research and development was discussed, highlighting the significant investments which... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
New Supreme Court and Court of Appeal appointmentsJudges of the Court of Appeal.Justice Ellen France graduated from Auckland Univ
New Supreme Court and Court of Appeal appointments
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 17 days ago
Judges of the Court of Appeal.Justice Ellen France graduated from Auckland University in 1981 and completed her Masters at Queen’s University in Ontario in 1983. After working at the Department of Justice, she joined Crown Law in 1992 and was... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Darkening world a challenge for Liberals’ sunny wayswho were children when 9/11 happened, and that’s their frame of reference,” Pro
Darkening world a challenge for Liberals’ sunny ways
The Globe and Mail / Posted 21 days ago
who were children when 9/11 happened, and that’s their frame of reference,” Prof. von Hlatky, a political scientist at Queen’s University, observes in an interview. That’s all changing. As Justin Trudeau and the other NATO heads of government... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
What makes a cheater stray?faithful. A study conducted by Susann Huschke from the University of Witwatersr
What makes a cheater stray?
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 21 days ago
faithful. A study conducted by Susann Huschke from the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa and Dirk Schubotz of Queen’s University, Belfast, states that “men in a relationship, including marriage, pay for sex.” The study, which... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
What makes a cheater stray?faithful. A study conducted by Susann Huschke from the University of Witwatersr
What makes a cheater stray?
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 22 days ago
faithful. A study conducted by Susann Huschke from the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa and Dirk Schubotz of Queen’s University, Belfast, states that “men in a relationship, including marriage, pay for sex.” The study, which... Read more
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asianage
What makes a cheater stray?faithful. A study conducted by Susann Huschke from the University of Witwatersr
What makes a cheater stray?
asianage / Posted 22 days ago
faithful. A study conducted by Susann Huschke from the University of Witwatersrand in South Africa and Dirk Schubotz of Queen’s University, Belfast state that “men in a relationship, including marriage, pay for sex.” The study, which interviewed... Read more
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The Irish Times
Famine emigrant descendants have hunger to commemorateCoogan’s scholarship in a particularly vitriolic exchange, Liam Kennedy, emerit
Famine emigrant descendants have hunger to commemorate
The Irish Times / Posted 23 days ago
Coogan’s scholarship in a particularly vitriolic exchange, Liam Kennedy, emeritus professor of Economic History at Queen’s University Belfast, accused Coogan of “providing junk food for the wilder reaches of Irish America”. Hunger to... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Kenjgewin Teg graduates 47 students in June ceremonyThe Convocation for 47 students from Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute was he
Kenjgewin Teg graduates 47 students in June ceremony
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 24 days ago
The Convocation for 47 students from Kenjgewin Teg Educational Institute was held on June 23. Pictured with Queen’s University representative Peter Chin are graduates of the Aboriginal Teacher Education Program including Tia Peltier, Brenda Francis,... Read more
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Raw Story
Ever noticed time seems to move faster when you’re in control of things? Science can explain whyworks, how things relate to one another and how our actions impact the world ar
Ever noticed time seems to move faster when you’re in control of things? Science can explain why
Raw Story / Posted 24 days ago
works, how things relate to one another and how our actions impact the world around us. To test this theory, researchers at Queen’s University, Belfast and Cardiff University are in the process of looking at how children experience binding. Perhaps... Read more
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The Sudbury Star
PASCAL: Family bonds at Firecrackerfriend Marlee Clement, a former teammate at Laurentian, has just returned home
PASCAL: Family bonds at Firecracker
The Sudbury Star / Posted 24 days ago
friend Marlee Clement, a former teammate at Laurentian, has just returned home to the Sudbury region, her studies had Queen’s University now in the books. A product of a highly active family environment, Clement is looking forward to striking... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Researchers explore Rivers station as part of Prairie legacy projectVIA Rail passengers east-west through the Prairies. Brydon’s interest in the A
Researchers explore Rivers station as part of Prairie legacy project
Brandon Sun / Posted 25 days ago
VIA Rail passengers east-west through the Prairies. Brydon’s interest in the Alphabet Railway piqued while studying at Queen’s University and was reignited years later while researching her family tree. Her great-grandfather had settled in... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Dr Welch seeks to motivate young peoplemake it in a man’s world and be just as good at a chosen field or even better.
Dr Welch seeks to motivate young people
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 25 days ago
make it in a man’s world and be just as good at a chosen field or even better. She first tried one year in engineering at Queen’s University in Canada. But one day it was as though Welch had a sudden epiphany—she looked around her classroom and... Read more
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The Irish Times
Northern Ireland businesses are in turmoil over uncertain futureshort term but the longer-term prospects are decidedly less favourable. Dagmar
Northern Ireland businesses are in turmoil over uncertain future
The Irish Times / Posted 29 days ago
short term but the longer-term prospects are decidedly less favourable. Dagmar Schiek, a professor in the School of Law at Queen’s University Belfast and director of the Centre of European and Transnational Legal Studies, has said that in the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Half of men who pay for sex are not single, study findsstudy conducted in 2014 by Dr Susann Huschke of the University of the Witwaters
Half of men who pay for sex are not single, study finds
Irish Examiner / Posted 29 days ago
study conducted in 2014 by Dr Susann Huschke of the University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa and Dirk Schubotz of Queen’s University Belfast. The survey included the views of men who paid for sex on both sides of the border, including 64%... Read more
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Ghanaweb.com
See the CV of Ghana's EC Bossa LL.B Hons from the University of Ghana and was admitted to the Ghana Bar in 1
See the CV of Ghana's EC Boss
Ghanaweb.com / Posted 29 days ago
a LL.B Hons from the University of Ghana and was admitted to the Ghana Bar in 1994. She holds a Master of Laws (LL.M) from Queen’s University, Canada and a Masters in Business Leadership (MBL) from the University of South Africa . Charlotte has... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
‘Not flawless’: Five speechwriters rate Obama’s historic address to Canadaexecutive has honoured Canada’s parliamentarians this way. Some years ago at t
‘Not flawless’: Five speechwriters rate Obama’s historic address to Canada
The Globe and Mail / Posted 29 days ago
executive has honoured Canada’s parliamentarians this way. Some years ago at the Centre for the Study of Democracy at Queen’s University, Tom Axworthy and Arthur Milnes, both political speechwriters in their own right, established the informal... Read more

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