Call for alumni volunteers at Spring Convocation
This year, for the thirteenth year in a row, Kingston will play host to the Kingston Canadian Film Festival (KCFF)—and as usual there will be a number of Queen’s alumni and community members at the helm.
Michael Petrou, Artsci'97, joins Prof. Carolyn Smart for a discussion of his work as a war correspondent for Maclean's magazine and his new book.
Two Queen’s alumni have been awarded the Order of Ontario, the province’s highest honour.
During her time as a student, Elizabeth Graham, Ed’27, played as a goaltender in for the Queen's University women's hockey team. She may also have been the first goalie to ever wear a mask in an organized hockey game.
A campus-wide nomination process is now underway to find a worthy recipient for the Queen’s University Alumni Association’s 2013 Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching.
The National Graduate Outcomes Survey (NGOS) reaches out to 2006 and 2007 graduates from undergraduate programs at Queen’s and 39 other universities across Canada.
Following Principal Woolf’s recent announcement about the reinstatement of Homecoming in fall 2013, many classes and groups have already confirmed their plans to return to campus in October.
Homecoming 2013 announcement, Dec. 11, 2012
Charles Baillie is the 2012 recipient of the John Orr Award.
Alumni Review author series continues with alumna Tanis Rideout.
For the fifth year in a row, Queen’s is gearing up to welcome new and continuing alumni volunteers back to campus for a weekend of learning and networking.
The 2012 John Orr award recipient is Queen’s Chancellor Emeritus Charles Baillie, a renowned business leader, a passionate advocate for education, and a dedicated philanthropist.
The Queen’s Student Alumni Association (QSAA) has won three prestigious 2012 accolades for its programming over the past year.
Eight Queen’s alumni are among the Canadians preparing for the 2012 Olympic Games.
Jessica Power, Artsci'08, an administrative coordinator for Queen’s School of Business, lives up to her surname, both at work and at play.
Rebecca Gibbons leaves in July 2012 for eight months as a fellow with the PFF Community Leadership Program in Nepal.
A Kingston high school teacher is among four recipients of the 2012 Baillie Award for Excellence in Secondary School Teaching from Queen’s.
Commerce student Jane Wu and her teammates took home top honours at the annual Paul and Tom Kinnear Business Plan Competition held March 29 at Goodes Hall.
Recent start-ups that have their origins here at Queen’s.
In December 2010, Kate McKenna, Artsci’08, BEd’09, beat out 2500 other eager contenders for the enviable year-long job of Transat Vacationer.