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City of Kingston 2017 Celebrating Accessibility Awards - Nov 30, 2017

Celebrating Accessibility Awards ceremonyCity of Kingston Celebrating Accessibility Awards 2017

The event is being held  in Memorial Hall at City Hall on Thursday November 30th  from 1-3 pm

Featuring special guest speaker Meenu Sikand from the Rick Hansen Foundation.  A reception will follow the ceremony.

Please RSVP your attendance at:  www.accessibility-awards.eventbrite.ca.   The event is free to attend.


Mental Health Training - Fall 2017

Mental Health Training

Queen's Mental HealthStudent Wellness Services is happy to let you know that registration is open for the Fall 2017 Mental Health Training opportunities.  We are also excited to be offering a new program: SafeTalk Suicide Alertness Training.   

SafeTalk is a three hour session that prepares participants to recognize people who have thoughts of suicide and connect them with suicide intervention resources. Powerful videos illustrate the importance of suicide alertness, while discussion and practice stimulate learning.  More information is available on the registration page.  There is a fee to participate in this training: Students: $10, Staff: $20


Elevator work for Abramsky Hall, Morris Hall, Theological Hall

Elevators out of service on campus - Summer 2017

Sign which reads - Notice, elevator out of serviceBeginning on Tuesday, July 4, the passenger elevators in Abramsky Hall (EL1271), Morris Hall (EL1261) and Theological Hall (EL1031) will be removed from service while SGS Elevators modernizes all three units. Work is expected to continue until late August; however, separate notices will be issued to advise on the anticipated completion date for each unit once the crew enters into their final stage of work.


ABLE is calling for submissions to Volume 4!

Call for Submissions!

Able logoIt’s that time of year again, ABLE is calling for submissions to Volume 4

We want to personally invite you to add your voice, however you share it, to Collective Reflections’ fourth annual publication, releasing in March of 2017. Collective Reflections is THE publication on campus that features works discussing social identity, oppression and equity. Working through the Social Issues Commission of the AMS, we strive to give Queen’s students and the greater Kingston community a platform to share their experiences surrounding mental health (HeadsUp), race/culture/ethnicity (CultureSHOCK!), queer identity (OutWrite), social/economic status (BaseLine; find out more below in the PS!), feminism (Queen’s Feminist Review), and (dis)ability.