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Queen’s graduate students to take part in 3MT Finals.
Jason Mercredi offered his expertise and personal experience to Queen’s TRC Task Force.
Annual dating violence prevention campaign calls on bystanders, community to 'say something.'
Panel discussion explores the public’s relationship with Big Data.
PhD-Community Initiative a win-win for Kingston and Queen’s.
University commits to building good relations and effecting meaningful institutional change.
International expert Samir Sinha explores how the gadgets of today and tomorrow may help us age well.
Event marks culmination of year-long effort to respond to the Truth and Reconciliation Commission of Canada’s final report on the history and legacy of Canada’s residential school system.
The March 21 edition of the Gazette is published and available at many locations around campus.
Multi-Employee Group Employee Benefits Committee is reviewing the feedback it has received through education sessions and surveys.
Annual awards highlight outstanding contributions by students in peer and community leadership.
Alumna, staff member, and TRC Task Force member Vanessa McCourt talks about her time as a student and her work as an adviser at Four Directions.
Gaels claim sixth at 2017 U Sports Women's Hockey Championship; Men's hockey team falls in opener of national tourney.
Employee and Family Assistance Program (EFAP) provider Health publishes quarterly newsletter.
Steve Tresierra joined the Queen’s TRC Task Force to help build on existing foundation of Indigenous programming.
Together We Are blog continues to foster conversations within the Queen’s community on equity, diversity and inclusion.
Chef Mai Pham cooks up Vietnamese specialties as part of Hospitality Services' Global Chefs series.
The final community forum held by the Principal's Implementation Committee on Racism, Diversity, and Inclusion will take place Monday, March 20.
Queen’s restricting remote access to campus networks in effort to ensure and improve IT security.
Janice Hill wears many hats and takes on many responsibilities, but overarching all is an unwavering commitment to Aboriginal students.