Alumni Profiles

Alumni Walking 500 Miles To Fight Parkinson’s Disease

Harry McMurty, Artsci’85, Law’89, and Sue Thompson, Artsci/PHE’87, MA’89, will stop in Kingston June 4-5 during their New York-to-Toronto fundraising walk.

Giving Back To the Program That Shaped Their Lives

They took classes in basements, had a hotel for a residence, and spent a lot of their time trying to explain to people what Rehabilitation Therapy was.

Start Spreading The News About The Queen’s New York City Alumni Branch

Joining the New York City Alumni Branch is a great way for alumni to stay in touch with their Queen's and Canadian roots.

Former Globe And Mail Columnist "Humbled" To Receive Agnes Benidickson Award

Hugh Winsor, Arts’64, will receive the Agnes Benidickson Award, the highest honour bestowed by the Ottawa Branch, on April 26.

New QUAA President Sue Bates Believes In The Greatness Of Queen’s

Sue Bates, Artsci’91, takes over the role of Queen's University Alumni Association president from George Jackson, Artsci'85.

How Queen’s Inspired A CBC ‘Dragon’ And A Former Princeton University President

Shirley Tilghman, Artsci’68, DSc’02, is receiving the Alumni Achievement Award and Michele Romanow, Sc’07, MBA’08, is receiving the One to Watch Award at the QUAA Awards Gala.

Dedicated Former Toronto Branch President To Be Honoured At Alumni Awards Gala

Zhaodi Culbreath’s dedication to Queen’s is the reason he is receiving the QUAA's Marsha Lampman Branch Volunteer of the Year Award.

Former Globe and Mail columnist to be honoured by Ottawa Branch

Hugh Winsor, Arts’64, is this year's recipient of the Agnes Benidickson Award, the highest tribute given by the Ottawa Branch.

Tricolour Society Member And Former AMS President Honoured With Alumni Mentorship Award

Bruce Alexander, Com’60, LLD’11, says mentoring people has given him more satisfaction 'than anything else I have done.'

QUAA Alumni Humanitarian Award recipient uses human rights law to protect 10 million Kenyan girls

Human rights lawyer Fiona Sampson, Artsci’85, Law’93, was the driving force behind a landmark ruling that found Kenyan police at fault for failing to protect girls from rape.

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