This year’s launch celebration of Black History Month at Robert Sutherland Hall focused on shining a light on black Canadian heroes and their stories.
Stephanie Simpson, Artsci'95, Ed'97, MEd'11 and Director of the Queen’s Human Rights Office shares an illustrated edition of Martin Luther King Jr.’s Letter from Birmingham Jail.
On Jan. 24, Bell Let’s Talk announced a $1 million gift to renew the Bell Canada Mental Health and Anti-Stigma Research Chair. Heather Stuart, the first anti-stigma research chair has been reappointed to the position for another five-year term.
Photo credit: Stephen Wild
Queen’s Alumni Achievement Award winner Andrew Feustel (PhD’95) has been assigned to a 6 month NASA mission on the International Space Station.
Thanks to a generous $24M grant from The MasterCard Foundation, Queen’s is partnering with the University of Gondar to advance inclusive education for young people with disabilities in Ethiopia and other parts of Africa.
In this photo, students enrolled in The MasterCard Foundation Scholars Program attend a boot camp in New York City for those studying in North America. (Jake Naughton for The MasterCard Foundation).