Alumni Profiles

John Rae, Arts'67, Honoured To Win 2013 John Orr Award

John Rae graduated from Queen’s in 1967 and it’s left him with a condition that has infected him for more than four decades. He has a serious case of tricolour spirit.

Balancing Career With Lessons Learned At Queen's

Jock Climie, brings the heat to The Sports Network (TSN) studio panel during the Canadian Football League (CFL) season.

Carman Overholt, Law'84, Wins Kathleen Beaumont Hill Award

Carman J. Overholt, QC, of Law’84, is a highly respected labour and employment lawyer who practises law in Vancouver, B.C. Carman has argued many noteworthy cases before the courts.

United Nations Intern Kaylyn Kretschmer, Artsci'09

Kaylyn Kretschmer, Artsci’09, has always been interested in working for the United Nations.

Professional Volleyball Player Colleen Ogilvie, Sc'13

Former Gaels volleyball player Colleen Ogilvie, Sc’13, has signed a professional contract to play volleyball in Poitiers, France.

Actress Victoria Lord, Com'10

Victoria Lord, Com’10, feels her business degree is giving her an advantage in her new career as an actress.

Keith "Skip" Eaman Honoured By QUAA Montreal Branch

Keith “Skip” Eaman, Sc’72, is used to winning. He helped the Gaels win the 1968 Vanier Cup as a running back and punt returner.

Lecturer And Blogger Carolyn Harris (MA'07, PhD'12)

If you are a journalist who writes about European  royal families, you probably have Carolyn Harris (MA’07, PhD’12) on speed dial.

Writer And Editor Jean Mills, Artsci'78, MA'80

Jean Mills always knew her career would involve writing

Art Historian And Consultant Kamille Parkinson, PhD'05

The art of any given era reflects what was going on in the social, economic, religious, political and technological spheres