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The Globe and Mail
Where to find an executive MBA to suit your stylein an overseas trade mission to help Atlantic Canadian businesses succeed in em
Where to find an executive MBA to suit your style
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
in an overseas trade mission to help Atlantic Canadian businesses succeed in emerging markets. Smith School of Business Queen’s University Location: Across Canada, with residential sessions in Kingston, Ont. Tuition: $98,000 Number of... Read more
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Psych Central
How Teens Learn to Manage Their Emotionswere able to manage rapid transitions between emotional states and the so-calle
How Teens Learn to Manage Their Emotions
Psych Central / Posted 2 days ago
were able to manage rapid transitions between emotional states and the so-called “emotional rollercoaster” of adolescence. Queen’s University researcher Tom Hollenstein and Jessica Lougheed explain that the study reflects a growing need to examine... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Local pharmaceutical firm fighting uphill battlehappening right here. Let’s do everything we can to get this one to work before
Local pharmaceutical firm fighting uphill battle
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 2 days ago
happening right here. Let’s do everything we can to get this one to work before we bring more in.” Dr. Jacalyn Duffin of Queen’s University medical school in Kingston runs a website that tracks drug shortages in Canada. She said the government... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Local pharmaceutical firm fighting uphill battlehappening right here. Let’s do everything we can to get this one to work before
Local pharmaceutical firm fighting uphill battle
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 2 days ago
happening right here. Let’s do everything we can to get this one to work before we bring more in.” Dr. Jacalyn Duffin of Queen’s University medical school in Kingston runs a website that tracks drug shortages in Canada. She said the government... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Local pharmaceutical firm fighting uphill battlehappening right here. Let’s do everything we can to get this one to work before
Local pharmaceutical firm fighting uphill battle
Welland Tribune / Posted 2 days ago
happening right here. Let’s do everything we can to get this one to work before we bring more in.” Dr. Jacalyn Duffin of Queen’s University medical school in Kingston runs a website that tracks drug shortages in Canada. She said the government... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Lake Manitou Area Association education night focusses on Manitou restorationlakeshore and underwater ecosystems in the region. Guests speakers of the eveni
Lake Manitou Area Association education night focusses on Manitou restoration
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 3 days ago
lakeshore and underwater ecosystems in the region. Guests speakers of the evening were Clare Nelligan, PhD candidate from Queen’s University, and Seija Deschenes, project coordinator of Manitoulin Streams. The discussion topic of the evening was... Read more
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News-Medical-Net
Low selenium levels linked to liver cancer risk? An interview with Dr David Hughesreceived his BSc Biochemistry degree from the University of Leeds, England in 1
Low selenium levels linked to liver cancer risk? An interview with Dr David Hughes
News-Medical-Net / Posted 5 days ago
received his BSc Biochemistry degree from the University of Leeds, England in 1990, his PhD in Medical Genetics from Queen’s University Belfast (QUB) in Northern Ireland in 1996, and a Postgraduate Diploma in Health Professions Education at... Read more
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Irish Central
After giving $2 billion to Ireland, Chuck Feeney ends his philanthropy thereNUIG (€39.7m); UCC (€79.1m); DCU (€112.8m); Trinity College Dublin (€80.6m); UC
After giving $2 billion to Ireland, Chuck Feeney ends his philanthropy there
Irish Central / Posted 6 days ago
NUIG (€39.7m); UCC (€79.1m); DCU (€112.8m); Trinity College Dublin (€80.6m); UCD (€31.4m); NUI Maynooth (€29.3m); and Queen’s University Belfast (€116.8m). Atlantic Philanthropies will have divested nearly $8bn by the time its operations... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Always ready to lend helping handknown Downie and The Tragically Hip for more than three decades, starting way b
Always ready to lend helping hand
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 6 days ago
known Downie and The Tragically Hip for more than three decades, starting way back when they were friends on the campus of Queen’s University. The fledgling band would play concerts in Mattson’s downtown Kingston apartment. Decades later, as the... Read more
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Barrie Examiner
Always ready to lend helping handknown Downie and The Tragically Hip for more than three decades, starting way b
Always ready to lend helping hand
Barrie Examiner / Posted 6 days ago
known Downie and The Tragically Hip for more than three decades, starting way back when they were friends on the campus of Queen’s University. The fledgling band would play concerts in Mattson’s downtown Kingston apartment. Decades later, as the... Read more
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SouthwesternOntario.ca
Eugene Lang: Farewell to the Tragically Hip, Canada’s greatest rock bandthroughout Ontario in their early days — the Hip were an oasis in a musical des
Eugene Lang: Farewell to the Tragically Hip, Canada’s greatest rock band
SouthwesternOntario.ca / Posted 7 days ago
throughout Ontario in their early days — the Hip were an oasis in a musical desert. – Eugene Lang is Adjunct Professor, School of Policy Studies, Queen’s University. He has seen the Tragically Hip live in concert more than fifty times over 30... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
A-level results 2016: What our bright young things hope to achieve in the futuredate this year as well, so my anticipation levels were through the roof. I’ve
A-level results 2016: What our bright young things hope to achieve in the future
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 8 days ago
date this year as well, so my anticipation levels were through the roof. I’ve been accepted to study English literature at Queen’s University. I haven’t decided on a career yet but this degree is something I’m interested in. Tara Fry. A*, two As... Read more
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Irish Central
Interview: How Irish Nobel Prize winner in Medicine ended river blindnessto go to Trinity College come about? At that time and place, if you were a Pro
Interview: How Irish Nobel Prize winner in Medicine ended river blindness
Irish Central / Posted 8 days ago
to go to Trinity College come about? At that time and place, if you were a Protestant you went to Trinity, or perhaps to Queen’s University Belfast. If you were a Roman Catholic you tended to go to University College Dublin, or University College... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
BDIA staff resignno case of dismissal here. We both have resigned,” said Holgate, a Belleville n
BDIA staff resign
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 9 days ago
no case of dismissal here. We both have resigned,” said Holgate, a Belleville native who has accepted a marketing job at Queen’s University in Kingston. Her last day at the BDIA is Aug. 19; McKibben’s is Aug. 26. “I’m just looking to pursue a... Read more
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Farming Life
Holstein NI raises over £13,000 for researchclub Holstein NI has presented a cheque for more than £13,000 to the Centre for
Holstein NI raises over £13,000 for research
Farming Life / Posted 11 days ago
club Holstein NI has presented a cheque for more than £13,000 to the Centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology (CCRCB) at Queen’s University Belfast. The money was raised as a result of the club’s inaugural open day and stock judging competition,... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
Meatballs on the pick-up menu at IKEAbiotechnology. Emily’s cousin Brayden Lucchetta graduated Cardinal Newman Seco
Meatballs on the pick-up menu at IKEA
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 11 days ago
biotechnology. Emily’s cousin Brayden Lucchetta graduated Cardinal Newman Secondary School in Stoney Creek and is going to Queen’s University to the Smith School of Business. — The Bizzline column appears regularly. Send your north Niagara... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
BIZZLINE: Meatballs on the pick-up menu at IKEAbiotechnology. Emily’s cousin Brayden Lucchetta graduated Cardinal Newman Seco
BIZZLINE: Meatballs on the pick-up menu at IKEA
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 11 days ago
biotechnology. Emily’s cousin Brayden Lucchetta graduated Cardinal Newman Secondary School in Stoney Creek and is going to Queen’s University to the Smith School of Business. — The Bizzline column appears regularly. Send your north Niagara... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Meatballs on the pick-up menu at IKEAbiotechnology. Emily’s cousin Brayden Lucchetta graduated Cardinal Newman Seco
Meatballs on the pick-up menu at IKEA
Welland Tribune / Posted 11 days ago
biotechnology. Emily’s cousin Brayden Lucchetta graduated Cardinal Newman Secondary School in Stoney Creek and is going to Queen’s University to the Smith School of Business. — The Bizzline column appears regularly. Send your north Niagara... Read more
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The Irish Times
A former IRA gunman and hunger striker tells his storybegan learning the craft of writing. In prison he took an Open University degr
A former IRA gunman and hunger striker tells his story
The Irish Times / Posted 14 days ago
began learning the craft of writing. In prison he took an Open University degree in sociology. He gained a doctorate from Queen’s University Belfast when he got out. His thesis was called Unrepentant Fenian Bastards. McKeown was released in 1992.... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Wildlife, plants feeling the heathas ramifications all through the ecosystem,” said Dr. John Smol, the Canada Re
Wildlife, plants feeling the heat
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 14 days ago
has ramifications all through the ecosystem,” said Dr. John Smol, the Canada Research Chair in environmental change and a Queen’s University biology professor. “It really is a wicked problem,” he said. Though there are “winners and losers” as... Read more
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Farming Life
Dunbia welcomes first graduatesgraduate programme in January 2016, Dunbia has welcomed its first seven graduat
Dunbia welcomes first graduates
Farming Life / Posted 15 days ago
graduate programme in January 2016, Dunbia has welcomed its first seven graduates to the company. The graduates from Queen’s University, University of Ulster, Harper Adams, University of Lancaster and CAFRE have completed an induction week at... Read more
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Manitoulin Expositor
Sudbury and District Health Unit welcomes new associate medical officer of healthto engage with our many partners and promote and protect health.” Previously,
Sudbury and District Health Unit welcomes new associate medical officer of health
Manitoulin Expositor / Posted 15 days ago
to engage with our many partners and promote and protect health.” Previously, Dr. Zbar was a senior resident with the Queen’s University public health and preventive medicine program. She holds a master’s in public health and business... Read more
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Columbia Star
Capital Rotary Club welcomes a Global Grant Scholarstudents in rural Japan for the past three years. Her Rotary Global Grant schol
Capital Rotary Club welcomes a Global Grant Scholar
Columbia Star / Posted 15 days ago
students in rural Japan for the past three years. Her Rotary Global Grant scholarship funds a year of graduate study at Queen’s University Belfast in Northern Ireland, hosted by the Rotary Club of Belfast. Glen is seeking a master’s degree in... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Lidl boss Conor Boyle: 'We will always look at what our competitors are doing and try to be the best that we can be'Malachy’s in north Belfast — his father’s old school. He’s now 39, and graduat
Lidl boss Conor Boyle: 'We will always look at what our competitors are doing and try to be the best that we can be'
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 18 days ago
Malachy’s in north Belfast — his father’s old school. He’s now 39, and graduated with a first in French and Business from Queen’s University. His first job was on a graduate programme run by telecoms giant, Nortel, a company which employed up to... Read more
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Farming Life
50 jobs for fast-growing arc-netand Edinburgh,” he continues. Currently the company is working with the Instit
50 jobs for fast-growing arc-net
Farming Life / Posted 18 days ago
and Edinburgh,” he continues. Currently the company is working with the Institute for Global Food Security (IGFS) at Queen’s University, Belfast, Cranswick PLC, and various Northern Ireland-based red meat producers. Explaining arc-net’s... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Big changes coming to Alberta’s theatre landscapeExit as a double-bill. (“An evening of shows about hell!,” Mr. Cloran now jokes
Big changes coming to Alberta’s theatre landscape
The Globe and Mail / Posted 21 days ago
Exit as a double-bill. (“An evening of shows about hell!,” Mr. Cloran now jokes.) Mr. Cloran took Theatrefront with him to Queen’s University in Kingston, Ont., then to Toronto, where he incorporated the company. Theatrefront went on to create... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Manny Batshaw helped modernize Quebec’s child-welfare systemAlthough his grades weren’t good enough to get into McGill University the first
Manny Batshaw helped modernize Quebec’s child-welfare system
The Globe and Mail / Posted 21 days ago
Although his grades weren’t good enough to get into McGill University the first time he applied, he transferred there from Queen’s University, graduating with a degree in social work in 1937. His first job was as a caseworker at Montreal’s Baron de... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
If you want to stand out, you have to think scrappyWhen Josh Cobden graduated with a political science degree from Queen’s Univers
If you want to stand out, you have to think scrappy
The Globe and Mail / Posted 21 days ago
When Josh Cobden graduated with a political science degree from Queen’s University in 1992, he found himself facing a question that plagues many of us: What career path should I take? When a professor introduced him to a former student who was then... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Tributes as top children's author passes Robert Dunbar awayDunbar went to Queen’s University alongside Seamus HeaneyOliver Jeffers, an awa
Tributes as top children's author passes Robert Dunbar away
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 22 days ago
Dunbar went to Queen’s University alongside Seamus HeaneyOliver Jeffers, an award-winning writer and illustrator from Belfast who now lives... Read more
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Yahoo Sports
Kelly McCrimmon on leaving the Wheat Kings to create Las Vegas' NHL culture (Puck Daddy Q&A)in terms of rules schedule and those types of things.” McCrimmon has a busines
Kelly McCrimmon on leaving the Wheat Kings to create Las Vegas' NHL culture (Puck Daddy Q&A)
Yahoo Sports / Posted 22 days ago
in terms of rules schedule and those types of things.” McCrimmon has a business degree from Michigan and an MBA from Queen’s University, which helps his cred in today’s complex world of managing a hockey team. We talked with McCrimmon about... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Sinn Fein is determined to keep control of Bobby Sands narrative and rewrite the pastof Bobby Sands was written in 2006 by Denis O’Hearn, an Irish-American, who cam
Sinn Fein is determined to keep control of Bobby Sands narrative and rewrite the past
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 23 days ago
of Bobby Sands was written in 2006 by Denis O’Hearn, an Irish-American, who came to Belfast in the 1970s. O’Hearn taught at Queen’s University, sent his children to Scoil na Fuiseoige and became a governor of the school. O’Hearn also co-authored... Read more
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Japan Today
Outgoing Canadian ambassador discusses diplomacy and trade relations ‹ Japan Todayconnections to Canada for the imperial family. For example, Prince Takamado, a
Outgoing Canadian ambassador discusses diplomacy and trade relations ‹ Japan Today
Japan Today / Posted 24 days ago
connections to Canada for the imperial family. For example, Prince Takamado, a first cousin of Emperor Akihito, studied at Queen’s University from 1978-81. Also, Princess Ayako, daughter of Prince Takamado, studied at Camosun College and later at... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Bert Hamilton’s distinguished academic life began with controversy1952, Dr. Hamilton began teaching at the University of Washington, in Seattle.
Bert Hamilton’s distinguished academic life began with controversy
The Globe and Mail / Posted 26 days ago
1952, Dr. Hamilton began teaching at the University of Washington, in Seattle. In 1968, he accepted a teaching job at Queen’s University, in Kingston, motivated by concerns that his sons could be drafted into the U.S. Army and sent to fight in... Read more
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Yahoo Sports
Las Vegas NHL team to hire Kelly McCrimmon as assistant GMfor McCrimmon in Brandon. The Hockey News also notes that McCrimmon has a busi
Las Vegas NHL team to hire Kelly McCrimmon as assistant GM
Yahoo Sports / Posted 27 days ago
for McCrimmon in Brandon. The Hockey News also notes that McCrimmon has a business degree from Michigan and an MBA from Queen’s University. In recent years league teams have moved towards analytics to get an edge on their opponents. Also the... Read more
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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 28 days 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 29 days ago
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 30 days ago
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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