Alumni Profiles

Alumnus protects one of the world’s most valuable brands in China

Peter Chong, Law’90, enjoys the challenge of protecting Louis Vuitton from counterfeiters. 

Doing Justice to an Accomplished Alumnus

Honorary degree recipient, Kin Kee Pang, Arts’70, makes history in Hong Kong.

Making History in Hong Kong

For the first time, Queen’s confers an honorary degree outside of Canada as part of Queen's 175th-anniversary celebrations in Hong Kong.

Car Wars: How an Alumnus is Winning the Battle Against Traffic

Make It Home YGK founder Cristiano Vilela, Artsci’04, uses social media to help Kingston drivers avoid traffic.

Stirling Award Recipients Say It Is Fulfilling to Give Back to the Community

Gregory J. David, Com’89, and Neil G. Rossy, Artsci’92, are receiving the Stirling Award from the Montreal Alumni Branch on June 14.

Putting Queen’s at the Forefront of Student 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.

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