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Dr. Jennifer Tomasone and Dr. Patricia Collins (Department of Geography and Planning and cross-appointed to SKHS) are co-Principal Investigators on a multi-institutional project to investigate how sustainable transportation interventions can support health, mobility, and equity outcomes in cities.  The project’s multidisciplinary team includes over 50 researchers in public health, environmental sciences, geography, and social sciences across...
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Dr. Elaine Power was interviewed on CBC (January 15, 2023) about the role that the government could play to increase food security and decrease dependency on food banks including tying social assistance rates to the cost of living, redesigning the Canada Child Benefit to target lower income families, improving the Employment Insurance program and ideally,...
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Congratulations to Dr. Courtney Szto and her team for winning Best Canadian Short at the 2022 BC Environmental Film Festival for their film Revolutions. Dr. Szto was the Executive Producer and a Co-Producer (with Director Jon Chiang) for this film, which looks at the waste created by bike manufacturing and consumption, encouraging us to think...
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Courtney Szto, PhD
Dr. Courtney Szto quoted in “‘Horrifying’: Experts react to Hockey Canada’s 900-plus cases of on-ice discrimination” in The Hockey News, 2 December 2022. Dr. Szto questioned the mechanisms to deal with allegations not witnessed by an official. “It is ultimately an imperfect system,” Szto added, although the “baseline data is really important because it legitimizes...
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Courtney Szto, PhD
Dr. Courtney Szto named among the top 22 BIPOC leaders and influencers in hockey by Black Rosie Media. Read more at: https://www.blackrosiemedia.com/post/top-22-bipoc-leaders-influencers-in-hockey  
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Dr. Robert Ross’ new research study featured in the Kingston Whig Standard: “New local study looks at personalized exercise plans versus one size fits all.”  
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Elaine Power, PhD
Listen to Dr. Elaine Power on Global News. Dr. Power says that the rising prices of good quality foods drives people to cut costs by buying less healthy options, which could have a negative health impact.
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Courtney Szto, PhD
Listen to Dr. Courtney Szto comment on a Saskatchewan-based senior hockey team removing the confederate flag from its logo on CBC Radio Sept 27, 2022.
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“Faculty members honoured for excellence in graduate student supervision”, Queen’s Gazette, July 26, 2022. The School of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs annually recognizes two leading graduate supervisors with the Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Supervision. The 2021 recipients are Samantha King (Kinesiology and Health Studies) and Stéphane Courteau (Physics, Engineering Physics & Astronomy).
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Dr. Robert Ross
“Studies reveal the ‘small change approach’ is effective in weight gain prevention”  Globe and Mail, June 27, 2022. Dr. Robert Ross talks to the Globe and Mail about his study focused on taking a ‘small change’ approach to diet.  
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