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“Queen’s student competing for Team Canada at World Para Swimming Championships,” Queen’s Gazette, May 16, 2022. Jessica Tinney, a fourth-year kinesiology student, has excelled at balancing academics, work, and athletics.
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Jessica Selinger, PhD
Dr. Jessica Selinger and colleagues’ research published in Current Biology “Running in the wild: Energetics explain ecological running speeds” has generated considerable media attention: Wallstreet Journal CBC Radio, Quirks and Quarks Science News New Scientist Popular Science Queen’s Gazette Stanford Press Release Daily Mail Phys.org Science Daily
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Dr. Robert Ross
Are diet and activity key to managing weight and obesity? Study by Dr. Robert Ross and colleagues featured in the Queen’s Gazette, May 2nd.
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Mental health efforts worth recognition KIN’ 20 alumna and current Queen’s Geography MA student, Ampai Thammachack, named a L’Oréal Paris Woman of Worth for continuing efforts to raise awareness for mental health and combatting stigma. Story in the Queen’s Gazette, April 13, 2022.
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Kaitlyn Patterson
Indigenous food sovereignty and land access in Katarokwi: The role of ‘All Our Relations Land Trust’ By SKHS PhD Candidate S. Kaitlyn Patterson in the Kingstonist, 31 March 2022.
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Terminal cancer patient denied magic mushrooms after Health Canada rule change. CBC, February 28, 2022. SKHS PhD candidate, Ron Shore, talks to CBC about psylocibin treatment for terminal cancer patient and how Canada needs to rethink the way it classifies the use of psychedelics.
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Chris McGlory, PhD
The Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) recently announced results for their Fall 2021 Project Grant competition. Dr. McGlory’s four-year program will focus on trying to understand why people lose muscle during periods of inactivity, such as those experienced by hospital patients when immobile after surgery. Losing muscle in hospital following surgery can trigger diabetes and...
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Student-led organization contributes to local youth shelter Health Studies student Celina Lovisotto (pictured top right) is the co-founder of the nonprofit organization Bags of Promise. “Reflecting on the challenges young homelessness individuals encounter on a daily basis, we identified a need for the community to come together and help anyway we can,” Lovisotto says. “Homelessness...
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In the Washington Post, “Washington football is using the military as a deodorant, and the whole thing stinks” Featuring: Dr. Samantha King
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Classroom Champions for Mental Health  Featuring: Dr. Mary Rita Holland, Megan McAllister, Madison Robertson & Dr. Stevenson Fergus
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