Alumni Profiles

Masters of Anatomical Sciences Gave Alumnus ‘a Solid Understanding of a Pillar of Medicine’

Scott Belyea has gone from the Queen’s Master of Science Program in Anatomical Sciences to the University of Calgary's Cumming School of Medicine.

Keeping Up With Paralympic Medalist Stefanie Reid, Artsci’06

Queen’s alumni in London, UK will get the chance to meet the track star on Nov. 10 and hear her inspiring story.

Toronto Award Recipient Credits Her Queen’s Education for Successful Career

The president of one of Canada’s largest independent financial investment fund companies with control of more than $110 billion in assets credits her Queen’s education with helping her achieve her

Do Your Job With Pride, says Kathleen Beaumont Hill Award Recipient

The KBH Award is the highest honour bestowed by the Vancouver Alumni Branch. A special reception for Dr. Clarke takes place on Nov. 24.

Alumna Achieves Greatness on World Paralympic Stage in Rio

There is no question that Queen’s tricolour pride extends beyond borders but in the case of Stefanie Reid, Artsci’06, Queen’s is where the heart is.

Sheila A. Murray, Com’79, Law’82, Named 2016 Toronto Branch Award Recipient

Previous Toronto Branch Award recipients include Bell Media President Mary Ann Turcke, Academy Award-winning filmmaker Brigitte Berman, and current Queen’s Chancellor Jim Leech.

Distinguished Service Award profile: David Pattenden, Arts'67, MA'69, Law'71, MEd'74, LLD'03

David Pattenden is one of six members of the Queen’s community who will be honoured on Nov. 5 with the Distinguished Service Award.

Distinguished Service Award profile: Bob Pritchard, Sc’64

Bob Pritchard is one of six members of the Queen’s community who will be honoured on Nov. 5 with the Distinguished Service Award.

Distinguished Service Award profile: Barbara Palk, Arts’73

Former Queen’s Board of Trustees chair Barbara Palk is one of six members of the Queen’s community who will be honoured on Nov. 5 with the Distinguished Service Award.

Distinguished Service Award profile: Innes van Nostrand, Sc’86

Former Alma Mater Society president and longtime Queen’s supporter Innes van Nostrand, Sc’86, is one of six members of the Queen’s community to be honoured with the Distinguished Service Award, which will be given out at ceremony on Nov. 5.

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