2014

Faculty of Education

Originally founded in 1907, Queen’s Faculty of Education has graduated more than 23,000 teachers and education professionals who are now working around the world.

Campus Wide

Queen’s students, faculty and staff personify potential. But in order for these exceptional people to accomplish all they set out to do, we must strengthen our living and learning environment for all members of our community.

Sixteen Alumni Among Canada's 100 Most Powerful Women

16 Queen’s alumni are on this year’s list of Canada’s 100 Most Powerful Women.

In Memory And In Honour

Special Report to Queen’s Benefactors 2013-2014

In Honour

During the 2013-2014 fiscal year, gifts were made in honour of the following:

Q&A With John Orr Award Recipients Christiane And David Dodge

Congratulations David and Christiane Dodge

2014 Bell Lecture on Mental Health and Anti-Stigma

On June 10, 2014 at the National Gallery of Canada in Ottawa, Richard Reznick, Dean, Faculty of Health Sciences, and Mary Deacon,Chair, Bell Let’s Talk pre

Student Awards

Special Report to Queen’s Benefactors 2013-2014

Connecting Aboriginal Students And Alumni

The idea of a Queen’s Aboriginal Alumni Chapter came from graduating students who were anticipating some separation anxiety from their close Queen’s community.

Joe Lougheed, Artsci'88, Is 'Humbled' To Be This Year's Johnson Award Recipient

The recipient of the 2014 Johnson Award is Joe Lougheed, Artsci’88.

Human Mobility Research Centre

By bringing together expertise from medicine, engineering, health sciences and computer science, students, researchers, scientists and physicians at the 

Faculty of Health Sciences

Success in the Faculty of Health Sciences is measured by the impact we have on the lives we touch.

Olympic Doctor Honoured To Win Kathleen Beaumont Hill Award

If orthopedic surgery was an Olympic sport, Dr. Robert McCormack would be a gold medalist.

Faculty of Arts and Science

Queen’s valued tradition of offering one of the country’s best broad-based arts and science learning experiences amidst a renowned sense of spirit and community is not about to change.

Taylor Jennings Receives Volunteer Award

Taylor Jennings, Artsci'15, received an Ontario Volunteer Service Award for her work as a United Way volunteer.

Rob Baker Twitter Chat Set For May 29

He plays guitar for one of Canada’s most popular bands and has won more than a dozen Juno Awards.

School Of Graduate Studies

Our graduates and our faculty are leaders in their fields and their footprint can be seen across Canada and around the world.

Celebrating Alfred Bader At 90

The American Chemical Society marked Alfred Bader's 90th birthday this April with a story in its magazine Chemical & Engineering News.

The Bader Collection

Long-time benefactors Alfred (Sc’45, Arts’45, MSc’47, LLD’86) and Isabel Bader (LLD’07) presented Queen’s with a spectacular gift of 68 paintings from their personal collection of Dutch and Flemish

QUAA Award Recipients To Be Honoured In April

Two of Queen’s top benefactors, a respected CBC Radio broadcaster, and some exceptional young alumni are among the recipients of the Queen’s University Alumni Association Awards.

Tragically Hip Guitarist, Ex-City Councillor To Receive Kingston Branch Awards

Tragically Hip guitarist Rob Baker, and dedicated volunteer Carol Allison-Burra, are being honoured by the Kingston Branch

Shelagh Rogers, Artsci'77, Alumni Humanitarian Award Recipient

CBC broadcaster Shelagh Rogers, Artsci’77, will receive the Alumni Humanitarian Award

Alumni Nominated For Their First Juno Award

What started out as a Queen’s Drama Department class project 10 years ago has led to the first Juno Award nomination for a pair of alumni.

The Lee Family's Legacy Of Love

For almost 50 years, the late Donald and Betty Lee ran their laundry business and raised 16 kids – all of whom are Queen’s alumni.

Jeffrey Simpson Honoured By Ottawa Branch

Jeffrey Simpson, Arts’71, LLD’05, will receive the 2014 Agnes Benidickson Award

Library

The library is a gathering place — both physical and virtual.

Volunteer At Spring Convocation

Welcome the Class of 2014!

A New Vision for Richardson Stadium

The place where Queen’s becomes community

The Jack Project / jack.org

The Jack Project was founded in 2010 by Eric Windeler (Com’82) and his wife Sandra Hanington

Order Of Canada Recipients

Two Queen's alumni are among the 90 new appointments to the Order of Canada, announced December 30 by the Governor General of Canada.