Mona Kanso
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Mona Kanso (Chemical Engineering) – Coronavirus from an engineering perspective

With the unprecedented events around COVID Mona decided to leverage her polymer knowledge and apply it to better understand the Corona virus. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies & Postdoctoral Affairs website – https://www.queensu.ca/grad-postdoc/research/share/grad-chat

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One Person’s Uprising is Another Person’s Riot

In a meeting of hearts, artists Winsom Winsom and Pamila Matharu talk with Qanita Lilla about their journeys and their ongoing mentor-mentee relationship. Winsom sheds light on her rich practice that traverses the globe, including her time in Kingston, and Pamila talks about Fresh Arts and finding her creative community. Together, they discuss vital pedagogies […]

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Today in YGK: Jan 23 2023

In this segment, our local news rundown includes the announcement of the new Board of Directors for Kingston’s BIA, an exciting upcoming performance by the Kingston Symphony, as well as a lawsuit brought unto the former president of Ontario’s Public Service Employees’ Union (OPSEU), Kingston native, Warren “Smokey” Thomas.

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The Scoop: Jan 18 2023

In this segment of The Scoop, we discuss Kingston city council’s decision to put a bid in to hose the 2024 Memorial Cup and what that means for the economy and finances of the city. We also discuss an impact assessment put forward regarding the Tannery Developments in the Kingston area.

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Bailey Milne
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Bailey Milne – PhD in Epidemiology – “Effect of infertility, mode of conception and endometriosis on congenital anomalies”

The effects of infertility, mode of conception and endometriosis on congenital anomalies are unknown. The overall objective of this study is to fill this knowledge gap and delineate the effects of infertility, mode of conception and endometriosis on the risk of congenital anomalies using population-based administrative data in Ontario.

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