[Nobel Prize Winner Dr. Arthur McDonald]

Gray's Contribute to Nobel-Winning Research in Astrophysics

The Gordon and Patricia Gray Chair in Particle Astrophysics has been in the media spotlight of late, thanks to Nobel Prize winner Dr. Art McDonald

[Homecoming 2015]

2016 Homecoming Dates Have Been Announced

Alumni from graduating years ending in ‘1’ and ‘6’, as well as members of the Tricolour Guard, are invited to return to campus this fall for Homecoming 2016. 

Alfred Bader

Beloved Alumni, Alfred & Isabel Bader, Give a Masterpiece to Queen’s

The Agnes Etherington Art Centre is poised to welcome Rembrandt's Portrait of a Man with Arms Akimbo.

[Supporting Queen's]

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Homecoming

Reunite with your alma mater. Plan your homecoming today.

[Services & Benefits]

The information you need, plus the perks of being a Queen’s alumnus.

Upcoming Events

February 14, 2016 | Branches | London, UK
Exclusive Opportunity for Queen's University alumni in London!Please join us for a tour of one of London’s newest attractions – Jimi Hendrix’s London flat. The tour will consist of talk by a staff... Learn more
February 23, 2016 | Branches | Toronto, ON
This is a series of book talk events, each one featuring a Queen’s alumnus who has published a book.
February 24, 2016 | Branches | Toronto, ON
Come out and hear from some of Toronto's most notable Queen's young alumni! Hear their “passion pitch” – where their degree has taken them and what inspires them every day to do what they love. The... Learn more

The Latest News

Black History Month

Black History Month was kicked off in Kingston on February 1 with an Opening Ceremonies event organized by the members of the Queen’s Black History Month Committee.

Nurturing a Family Tradition

“There were a lot of good causes I could give to, but because of my background and attachment to Queen’s, it seemed like an obvious choice.”

Former CRTC boss, KGH CEO to receive Kingston Branch Awards

As the longest-serving Speaker of the House of Commons, Peter Milliken, Arts’68, knows a thing or two about politics.

Find out what your Queen’s University Alumni Association is doing for you and how you can get involved.

Onward and upward. Further your career and take advantage of Queen’s networking opportunities, professional advice and alumni connections.

Connect with the global Queen's network of 144,930 alumni across 154 countries.

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1 day 23 hours ago
Hope to see lots of Gaels fans out to cheer on your hockey team today for the 54th edition of Historic Hockey at Springer Market Square. The three-team tournament hosted by the Hockey Hall of Fame features soldiers of the 2nd Regiment Royal Canadian Horse Artillery from Petawawa playing against Queen's and RMC to replicate Canada's first hockey tournament. We're sending our best from 2 RCHA and a bus-load of spectators to cheer them on. We'll also fire a howitzer artillery piece for every goal scored by the Gunners (hope we don't run out of blank ammunition!) Would be great to see lots of noisy Gaels fans out there to make it a great competition! Puck drop at 2:30 pm.
-Lieutenant-Colonel Sonny T. Hatton, Commanding Officer 2 RCHA.
2 days 18 hours ago
Two Queen's alumni -- Donna May Kimmaliardjuk, Artsci’11, and Haven Moses, Sc’15 -- are featured in the Let’s Take Our Future Further campaign.
The initiative recognizes Aboriginal university graduates who make a daily difference in their communities.

YouTube

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Flickr

3 months 5 days ago

Queen's Alumni posted a photo:

Tricolour Guard reception

Photo taken by Paula Petkovic

3 months 5 days ago

Queen's Alumni posted a photo:

Tricolour Guard reception

Photo taken by Paula Petkovic

3 months 5 days ago

Queen's Alumni posted a photo:

Tricolour Guard reception

Photo taken by Paula Petkovic

Instagram

4 days 1 hour ago
Two #QueensU students save an elderly woman after she drove her car into the waters of Elevator Bay. Find the full story at the Kingston Whig Standard
5 days 22 hours ago
Happy #GroundhogDay to all #Queensu alumni!
(See what we did here? Bill Murray would approve.)
2 weeks 3 days ago
#TricolourHug for #NationalHugDay #QueensU