Alumni Profiles

Putting Queen’s at the Forefront of Mental Health

David Walker, Meds’71, feels “mental health is not one of those issues you want to have considered done. You can’t let up.”

Police Officer Walks the Beat and Writes the Tweets

Some police officers fight crime by patrolling the streets. Constable Steven Koopman, Artsci’98, patrolled the World Wide Web.

Alumni Tour Joins Vimy Ridge Centennial

In April, more than 45 alumni travellers, the largest tour group in the 35-year history of the Queen’s Alumni Educational Travel Program, joined the 100th-anniversary ceremonies of the Battle of Vimy Ridge.

Hong Kong Branch Volunteer Is Not Your Average Crime Fighter

Edmond Chan, Artsci’97, examines suspicious bank transactions to identify criminal activities

Montreal Branch's Stirling Award To Go To Mental Health Advocates

Greg David, Com’89, and Neil Rossy, Artsci’92, are this year’s recipients of the Stirling Award, the highest honour given by the Montreal Alumni Branch.

Three Alumni to be Honoured by Kingston Branch

David Walker is the recipient of the Padre Laverty Award, while Steven Koopman and Cristiano Vilela share the Jim Bennett Award.

Commerce Grad’s Work with Charities, Aboriginal Youth Honoured with Alumni Humanitarian Award

John MacIntyre, Com'78, to be honoured at QUAA Awards Gala on April 8.

‘One of the World’s Best CEOs’ to Receive Queen’s Alumni Achievement Award

Retired RBC CEO Gord Nixon, Com'79, LLD'03, honoured for leading Initiative Campaign and years of service to the university.

Trio Cleaning Up at QUAA Awards Gala

CleanSlate UV founders Taylor Mann, Artsci'14, Scott Mason, Artsci'15, and Oleg Baranov, Sc'15, to receive One To Watch Award.

Alumna Advances the Work of Women for Peace

Most people are not familiar with gender mainstreaming or the critical role it plays in international development work.

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