Alumni Profiles

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.

Distinguished Service Award profile: Ken Cuthbertson, Arts’74, Law’83

Former Alumni Review editor Ken Cuthbertson is one of six members of the Queen’s community who will be honoured on Nov. 5 with the Distinguished Service Award.

From Queen’s Anatomical Science Student To McGill Professor

Nicole Ventura, MSc’12, PhD’15, graduated from Queen’s Master of Science Program in Anatomical Sciences in 2012 but she has not left the world of academia.

Anatomical Sciences Alumna Says Program Offers Many Career Paths For Graduates

Alumni have gone on to many types of careers such as university professors, health services education coordinators, physicians, and other allied health professional programs.

Moving To Germany? Your Alumni Network Can Help

Steffonn Chan, Sc'07, reached out to the Germany Alumni Branch when moving to Europe. "It felt like I had a little bit of a family in Germany. I didn’t feel like a complete alien in a new country."

Remembering A Visionary Who Helped Revitalize University Avenue

Each and every day, thousands of Queen’s students, unbeknownst to them, benefit from the vision and generosity of alumnus Pat McNally, Sc’39.

Vancouver Branch Honours Nursing Grad With Kathleen Beaumont Hill Award

Dr. Heather F. Clarke, NSc’66, is being honored for her dedication to Queen’s and the School of Nursing.

Artist Celebrates The Doors Of Queen’s

Judith Gould, MEd'93, has produced a Doors of Queen’s University poster featuring 16 of her watercolour paintings of the most popular doorways on campus.

The Doctor With A Passion For Teaching

Michelle Gibson, MEd’13, is this year’s recipient of the Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching.

One Student’s Journey From Heartbreak To Graduation

Melanie Gray, Artsci'16, considered dropping out of Queen's after her mom died of cancer in 2014. A "life-changing' bursary allowed her to stay in school.