Indigenous Studies Pioneer to be Honoured by Alumni Association

Marlene Brant Castellano, Arts’55, LLD’91, to receive the Alumni Achievement Award, the highest honour bestowed by the QUAA.

Tragedy Leads to a National Movement

After losing his son Jack to suicide, Alumni Humanitarian Award recipient Eric Windeler, Com'82, LLD'15, focused his life on making a difference in youth mental health.

New Graduate Goes from Queen's Senate to Canada's Senate

For four years, Jasmit De Saffel, Artsci’17, saw talented students – such as former rectors Mike Young, Artsci’16, and Nick Francis, Artsci’14 – cross the stage to receive the

Rising Media Star Generating a lot of ‘Buzz’

BuzzFeed Canada editor Elamin Abdelmahmoud, Artsci’11, to receive One To Watch Award at the QUAA Awards Gala.

Six Students Inducted Into Tricolour Society

This year’s Tricolour Award recipients are among the “best of the best” students at Queen’s, says Rector Cam Yung, Artsci’17.

Nine Alumni Among Order of Canada Appointments

Former Supreme Court of Canada Justice Thomas Cromwell, Mus'73, LLB'76, among the appointees. 

First Queen’s Alumna to Win Prestigious Chinese Scholarship

Heather Evans is one of 142 Schwarzman Scholars – picked from more than 4,000 applicants – to study at Tsinghua University in Beijing.

Aboriginal Leaders, Mental Health Advocate Among QUAA Award Recipients

Dr. Marlene Brant Castellano, Arts’55, LLD’91, among nine people to be honoured at Queen's Alumni Association Awards Gala.

Calgary Alumni Branch Honours Evan Hazell, Sc’81

Investment banker and alumnus to receive the Johnson Award, the highest honour bestowed by the Calgary Branch.

University Council to Honour Six People With Distinguished Service Awards

“These six people have done tremendous work for the Queen’s community,” says Chancellor Jim Leech.