Alumni Profiles

Black History Month

Black History Month was kicked off in Kingston on February 1 with an Opening Ceremonies event organized by the members of the Queen’s Black History Month Committee.

Former CRTC boss, KGH CEO to receive Kingston Branch Awards

As the longest-serving Speaker of the House of Commons, Peter Milliken, Arts’68, knows a thing or two about politics.

Alumnus Gets “Once-In-A-Lifetime” Opportunity To Photograph Nobel Ceremony

The Queen’s alumni network has helped graduates make connections, start their careers, and in one rare case, led to the opportunity to photograph the 2015 Nobel Prize.

Frances Laverty, wife of Padre Laverty, passes away at age 103

Frances Laverty – a half of one of Queen’s most beloved couples – passed away on Tuesday at the age of 103.

Gaels Alumni Break Ground At Richardson Stadium Revitalization

The new stadium will help train athletes every day in the best environment possible, allowing us to take our competition to the next level

Greg Bryk, Artsci'94, 'Bitten' By The Acting Bug

Greg Bryk has made the switch from the gridiron to the stage having starred in more than 65 films and TV shows.

New Charitable Donation Rules Are Coming – Are You Ready?

By Margaret O'Sullivan, Artsci'78, Law'81, Principal, O'Sullivan Estate Lawyers and Member of the Queen’s Gift Planning Advisory Committee.  

Actress Goes From Queen's University To Queen Of England

Eight years after graduation Rachel Skarsten is playing the Queen of England on TV.

Get To Know The Names Behind The Spring Branch Awards

It is time to nominate someone for one of the three spring QUAA Branch awards

Q&A With Johnson Award Recipient Michael Casey, Law’72

If there is a big event or major organization in Calgary, odds are Michael Casey has played a major role in it.

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