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Campus Beat

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Each week, Campus Beat welcomes a new guest from the Queen’s community to discuss news, issues, upcoming events, initiatives, and services for the benefit of Queen’s students, faculty, staff, and alumni.
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Screening in Kingston

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A one hour movie news and movie review show based on films coming to Kingston’s independent Movie Theatre “The Screening Room”. The Screening in Kingston team reviews films, updates you on movie industry news and answers weekly fan questions!
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A 30 minute radio show featuring one to two graduate students each week. This is an opportunity for our grad students to showcase their research to the Queen’s and Kingston community and how it affects us. From time to time we will also interview a post-doc or an alum or interview grad students in relation to something topical for the day. Grad Chat is a collaboration between the School of Graduate Studies and CFRC 101.9FM
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Books@Queen's

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An exploration of the amazing collection at Queen’s, and the faculty, staff and students that love these books! A collaboration between the Queen’s University Library and Matt Rogalsky’s MUSIC 156 class. Subscribe by searching for “Books@Queen’s” in your favourite podcast app!
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Welcome to The Undrafted Podcast where we break down the biggest stories in sports around the world from basketball, football, soccer, tennis and much more. We give our hottest takes and coldest takes about our favorite teams and players. We may occasionally go on a tangent about movies and television as well.
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TALK with Timmy G

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Join us weekly for an engaging blend of interesting news, inspiring interviews, and wild facts from the world of music. With a focus on mental & emotional health issues (anxiety, depression, burnout, stress, food allergies) and addiction themes & recovery, each episode packs a powerful array of useful stuff for living a better life. Join TimmyG for your weekly brain bath! Contact info: info at timothydgauthier dot com
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Video game music is more than just bleeps and bloops: players expect game music to significantly contribute to their immersion and enjoyment of the game experience. In this podcast, the Game Music at Queen’s research team discusses how music effectively communicates narrative and other elements of gameplay, featuring music from your favourite game series.
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Questions of land rights are at the root of most current conflicts between indigenous peoples and the wider state. Competing conceptions of the land and authority over the land intersect with conflicts around resource extraction, the terms of consultation and consent, and the political status of indigenous peoples. Without resolving the conflicts around land in a fair and collaborative manner, real reconciliation will be difficult to achieve. This podcast presents a series of six live panel ...
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Obstetric fistula is a birth-related injury that results when women go through prolonged and obstructed labor. As a result, some women experience stigma and exclusion from their families and the community. This study focuses on understanding how these women are included in their families and communities after receiving surgical correction. For upco…
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Depressive disorders effect over 310 million people worldwide, reduce quality of life, co-occur with other physical disorders, and increase risks of premature death. Recent studies have suggested a link between the microbes residing in the human gut and the central nervous system, suggesting a bidirectional interaction called the microbiota-gut-bra…
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Hello and welcome to another edition of Campus Beat! In this episode, we share a recording of CFRC’s live broadcast of the 2024 Queen’s University Tricolour Awards Ceremony where Niki Boytchuk Hale, Kyla Gibson, Tara Rezvan, and Meena Waseem were inducted into the Tricolour Society. The event took place at the University Club on April 5th and was b…
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The diasporic (Jewish) experience is characterized by the dynamics of acculturation and enculturation; a twofold process entailing a degree of integration into the majority culture and at the same time a strong retention of the Jewish identity. The primary purpose of Dakota’s thesis is to demonstrate how diasporic Jewish communities in the Graeco-R…
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Isaac is investigating the role of CHIP mutations and inflammation in pulmonary arterial hypertension, while Sofia is examining the impact of BMPR-II loss on blood vessel growth in pulmonary arterial hypertension. Two different angles, but it is still in relation to pulmonary arterial hypertension. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat we…
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Hello and welcome to another edition of Campus Beat! In this episode, we have the privilege of chatting with Niki Boytchuk Hale, Kyla Gibson, Tara Rezvan, and Meena Waseem, this year’s Agnes Benedickson Tricolour Award Winners! Named in honour of Dr. Agnes Benidickson, former Chancellor of Queen’s University from 1980 to 1996, the Agnes Benidickson…
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Mary is interested in exploring intersections of girlhood and wild spaces in “Golden Age” (1865-1926) children’s literature. In particular, I want to consider how relationships with wild spaces (re)configure awareness of the body, especially when contextualized with the ED (disordered eating) rhetoric that continues to be quietly pervasive across c…
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During star formation, gas and dust that goes into forming a new star also go to forming an equatorial disk of material known as protostellar disks, these are where planets form. Young disks (<1Myr), as opposed to their older cousins, have only recently been able to be studied in detail thanks to recent advancements in ground based observing facili…
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Development and Application of Autonomous Multi-Agent Underwater Robot Swarms for Environmental Monitoring and Response in Canadian Freshwater Lakes. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies & Postdoctoral Affairs website.By CFRC.ca Podcast Network
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In this episode, we present an exclusive interview with Calder Bryson, Chief Electoral Officer for the Alma Mater Society undertaken on February 2nd 2024. Bryson discusses electoral processes for the AMS Executive Team following the January 31st withdrawal of a team member from JNN, the potential impacts for student engagement with the voting proce…
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In this extended episode of Campus Beat we feature interviews with community and student clubs seeking new fees or renewing existing ones during this year’s AMS and SGPS Elections and Referenda occuring February 6th and 7th. Several clubs did not respond to our requests for interview. The AMS Elections Team furnished us with available nomination pa…
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In this episode of Campus Beat, we welcome this year’s Alma Mater Society Executive Team candidates now running for election. Team JNN is the only slated team running in the 2024 AMS elections. Jason Kim, Noah Mawji and Nicolas Brasset also known as Nico join us to discuss their experience and their vision for AMS governance for 2024-2025. Followin…
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In this episode airing on CFRC 101.9 FM/cfrc.ca at 5:30 ET on January 31st, we feature discussions with the 2024-25 Society of Graduate and Professional Students Executive Candidates currently campaigning ahead of the February 6th and 7th 2024 election period. We were able to catch up with Emils Matiss, Simran Sharma, Katie Zutautas, Zaid Kassim, a…
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Sofia Guest (MSc student) talks about precipitation sources and summer snowfall in the Canadian Arctic, while Maddie Myers (PhD candidate) talks about how glacier surface mass change is affected by climate change. Both are part of the ICElab at Queen’s under the supervision of Dr Laura Thompson. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpa…
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Kharoll-Ann’s research examines the “#MoiAussi movement (#Metoo)” in the province of Quebec from the perspective of Black feminist activists and black women survivors. Angela Stanley’s research looks at “Queer and Disabled Afterlives of Racial Eugenics”. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduat…
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Heather has two primary objectives. The first is to demonstrate Public Pedagogy’s role as a foundational tenet of liberal democracy in that it promotes responsible citizenship and fuels social change through knowledge acquisition. The second is to build an evidence-based case for establishing a national museum of women’s history, amplifying the lit…
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Evalyn talks about her research-creation project that reflects on the relationship between arts leadership, creative practice, and cultural change. Using songwriting as an embodied, queer feminist method, this ‘portfolio’ format thesis includes three songs and six written chapters to examine the experience of being the Artistic Director of Buddies …
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Ozlem primarily talks about our weekly blog, Gradifying – Who Writes It, and Why? The beginning of this session however she talks about her own research on “irregular migration from Central America and Mexico to the United States”. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies & Postdoctora…
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The December 19th edition of Campus Beat features Erika Singh’s Campus Corner segment with highlights on holiday events and services offered by the Queen’s University International Centre (QUIC) and some of the resources available to students who may be impacted by the proposed cuts to courses at Queen’s University. Dinah Jansen also sits down for …
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Vince looks at queer sociality through the Boys Love media, a genre that portrays homoerotic relationships between two men by straight female creators for often assumed straight female readers. This genre was developed in Japan after WWII and was argued to liberate women from gender constraints. Since then, the genre has gained tremendous popularit…
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Natasha is particularly interested in Barbauld’s contributions to public debate in the nation following the French Revolution in 1789, which some Britons supported as an example to follow. For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage on Queen’s University School of Graduate Studies & Postdoctoral Affairs website – https://www.queensu.ca/…
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On October 1st 2023, The Conversation published an article entitled “Family Doctor Shortage: Medical education reform can help address critical gaps, starting with a specialized program”, a critical article of interest to every Canadian, including the 6 million Canadians who find themselves without a family doctor. The article is available via the …
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The Ethiopian criminal justice system relies on spoken language and written communication for its day-to-day business. In principle, the system is supposed to serve everyone equally without any discrimination based on legally prohibited grounds. In Ethiopia, there are about 2.5 million Deaf and hard-of-hearing people most of whom rely on either sig…
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Society benefits from altruistic individuals, but despite decades of research across disciplines, effective long-term interventions to increase altruistic behavior remain elusive. Therefore, we need to understand why, how, and when individuals will behave altruistically toward others (or not). For upcoming interviews check out the Grad Chat webpage…
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