2013

Underwater Archaeologist Jonathan Moore, Artsci'91

Jonathan Moore, Artsci’91, goes to great depths for his job.

Karlyn Roberts Named New Western Regional Manager

Karlyn Roberts has been hired by Queen’s as the new manager of the Western Regional Office based in Calgary.

1978 Championship Gaels Football Team Returns For Homecoming

The football game is always a major focus for the Homecoming weekend.

Engineering Tomorrow's Leaders

Mike Norris, Sc’75, spent his years at Queen’s studying civil engineering. With two sons also graduating from Queen’s, Jonathan, Sc’11 and Andrew, Sc’07, Mr.

Advancing business leadership at Queen’s and across Canada

Stephen Smith, BSc ’72, is one of Canada’s leading entrepreneurs in the financial services industry.

Giving back to his community

John Rae, Arts’67, studied politics and economics at Queen’s and was also the editor of the Queen’s Journal.  Mr.

Sustainable Energy Expert Chris Turner, Artsci’96, Says Ontario Can Learn A Lot From Germany

Chris Turner, Artsci’96, is passionate about the environment, sustainable energy, and green technology.

About The Initiative Campaign

The Initiative Campaign will help us achieve our potential and define the Queen’s of the future.

Internet Entrepreneur Erin Maynes, Com'07

Erin Maynes is the CEO and co-founder of FoodiePages.ca.

Celebrating Volunteers - It's All About You

Meet our 2015 Ontario Volunteer Service Award Winners

Leading The Way In Student Wellness And Success

Right now, 4,300 first-year Queen’s students are having the time of their lives! Soon, though, things may change.

The Essential Nature Of A Humanities Degree

When Elamin Abdelmahmoud, began studying at Queen’s, he had a vague idea about what his future career might be.

Mike Rose And Susan Riddell-Rose Win 2013 Johnson Award

Mike Rose, Artsci'79, and Susan Riddell Rose, Sc’86, like to help children reach their full potential.

John Rae, Arts'67, Honoured To Win 2013 John Orr Award

John Rae graduated from Queen’s in 1967 and it’s left him with a condition that has infected him for more than four decades. He has a serious case of tricolour spirit.

Balancing Career With Lessons Learned At Queen's

Jock Climie, brings the heat to The Sports Network (TSN) studio panel during the Canadian Football League (CFL) season.

Leading The Way In Student Opportunities And Success

Eve is a fourth-year Queen’s medical student currently in Tanzania at a community health clinic founded by Dr. Karen Yeates

Talk By White Ribbon Campaign Executive Director Looks At Ways To Stop Violence Against Women

Todd Minerson, Artsci’95, has travelled all over the world trying to inspire men and boys to help stop violence against women.

Working Together To Understand Breast Cancer

At Queen’s, the goals are many but the most important one is quite simple: to help students discover, develop, and follow their passions.

Making math and science fun

A child stands in front of her class. Someone fills a cup with water, tips it over her head – and nothing comes out.

Working To End Breast Cancer

Jamaica Cass is a PhD Candidate in Microbiology and Immunology and is making cancer research her specialty.

Kerry Rowe: Engineering Environmental Solutions

Professor Kerry Rowe has been elected a fellow of the Royal Society of London (UK) that was founded in 1660 and has included the most eminent scientists and

Champion of the legal profession

Carman J. Overholt, Q.C., is a highly respected labour and employment lawyer who practises law in Vancouver.

Carman Overholt, Law'84, Wins Kathleen Beaumont Hill Award

Carman J. Overholt, QC, of Law’84, is a highly respected labour and employment lawyer who practises law in Vancouver, B.C. Carman has argued many noteworthy cases before the courts.

Who Cares about Mental Health? Nick Francis Does...

Sometimes the greatest challenge we face is other people’s perceptions.

United Nations Intern Kaylyn Kretschmer, Artsci'09

Kaylyn Kretschmer, Artsci’09, has always been interested in working for the United Nations.

Breaking the Silence

A Queen’s professor of community health and epidemiology, and self-described "stigma-buster," Heather Stuart addressed a mixed audience of Queen’s alumni and mental health professionals at Toronto'

Giving Exceptional Students Exceptional Opportunities

Queen’s strength is its people. Its teachers, its researchers and especially its students: our future artists, scientists and entrepreneurs. Scholarships such as the Betty Jean and John M.

Engineering Tomorrow's Leaders

It's a provocative statement. When we think of engineers, we think of them building bridges or dams. But leadership?

Better Understanding the Environment to Protect It

Queen’s University Biological Station director Steve Lougheed spoke to the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s National Board of Directors about his efforts to set up an Elbow Lake Environmental Education Centre.

Encouraging Tomorrow's Entrepreneurs

Think of it as a boot camp for entrepreneurs. Forty Queen’s students from disciplines ranging from business engineering to kinesiology and film studies spending the summer working together to develop genuinely commercial ideas.

Low-Tech, Low-Cost Life Saving

Africa today is in transition. Blessed with explosive economic growth, millions are beginning to enjoy material benefits that they could never have before imagined.

Connecting Through Communication

Jeremy Freedman wants Queen’s to know more about Israel. And Israel to know more about Queen’s – and Canada.

Making Noise About Mental Health

jack.org wants to help. Dedicated to informing young people about mental health it was founded by Eric Windeler, Com'82, and named for his son Jack.

Fields for Excellence

Queen’s is about encouraging excellence. Both inside the classroom and out.

Giving Back in Many Ways

"It had always been in the back of my mind that I would get involved with Queen's."

Professional Volleyball Player Colleen Ogilvie, Sc'13

Former Gaels volleyball player Colleen Ogilvie, Sc’13, has signed a professional contract to play volleyball in Poitiers, France.

Commerce '48: A Gift of Gratitude

Consider it a helping hand, reaching out across the decades. A gift from one group of Queen’s students who – grateful to their school – decided to pay it forward and help a new generation.

Ensuring Today's Students Have the Same Opportunities

When Gerry Sutton began his Commerce studies in 1945, he was a former RCAF pilot whose training had finished just as World War II was ending.

Actress Victoria Lord, Com'10

Victoria Lord, Com’10, feels her business degree is giving her an advantage in her new career as an actress.

Homecoming To Celebrate Crest Painting Tradition With Class Of '88

Alumni returning for Homecoming for their 25th reunion are invited to have a ‘brush’ with history

Keith "Skip" Eaman honoured by QUAA Montreal Branch

Keith “Skip” Eaman, Sc’72, is used to winning. He helped the Gaels win the 1968 Vanier Cup as a running back and punt returner. He won a Grey Cup with the Montreal Alouettes in 1974.

Volunteer Spotlight: Angela Saunders

As the new branch contact of the Queen’s University Alumni Association’s Vancouver Branch, Angela Saunders, Com’11, Artsci’12, is always on the run.

Keith "Skip" Eaman Honoured By QUAA Montreal Branch

Keith “Skip” Eaman, Sc’72, is used to winning. He helped the Gaels win the 1968 Vanier Cup as a running back and punt returner.

Emmy Award Winning Alumnus Peter Raymont To Screen New Film At Queen's

Acclaimed director Peter Raymont (Artsci'72) will be at Queen’s on May 25 for a screening of his latest film, West Wind: The Vision of Tom Thomson, hosted by Queen’s film Professor Clarke

Lecturer And RoyalHistorian.com Blogger Carolyn Harris (MA'07, PhD'12)

If you are a journalist who writes about European  royal families, you probably have Carolyn Harris (MA’07, PhD’12) on speed dial.

Writer And Editor Jean Mills, Artsci'78, MA'80

Jean Mills always knew her career would involve writing

Faculty of Law

Queen’s Faculty of Law is renowned for its distinctive combination of academic excellence and community engagement.

Message from the Principal

Queen’s history has been written alongside Canada’s. When Canada was emerging as a nation in the 19th century, Queen’s transformed itself into a national university.

Homegrown Talent At The Kingston Canadian Film Festival

This year, for the thirteenth year in a row, Kingston will play host to the Kingston Canadian Film Festival (KCFF)

Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace

The Centre provides an intellectual home for the Canadian labour and employment law community.

Writer Michael Petrou On Campus Feb. 13

Michael Petrou, Artsci'97, joins Prof. Carolyn Smart for a discussion of his work as a war correspondent for Maclean's magazine

Alumni Awarded Order Of Ontario

Two Queen’s alumni have been awarded the Order of Ontario, the province’s highest honour.

Hockey History Made At Queen's?

During her time as a student, Elizabeth Graham, BEd'27, played as a goaltender for the Queen's University women's hockey team.

Mike Rose and Sue Riddell Rose: Entrepreneurs Invest in Queen’s

Mike Rose, Artsci’79, and Sue Riddell Rose, Sc’86, studied geology and geological engineering respectively at Queen’s, but didn’t meet each other until they found themselves working at Shell Canada

Art Historian And Consultant Kamille Parkinson, PhD'05

The art of any given era reflects what was going on in the social, economic, religious, political and technological spheres

Improving People’s Lives

Mel Goodes, BCom’57, LLD’94, is one of Queen’s most generous benefactors.

Queen's Alumni Review Author Series Begins Oct. 16

The Queen's Alumni Review, in collaboration with the Queen's MasterCard program, presents a set of special evenings celebrating the literary excellence