News Stories

Putting Queen’s at the Forefront of 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.”

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.

Schulich-Woolf Rare Book Collection Acquires One of the Oldest Printed English-Language Books

One of the oldest English-language books in the world is now sitting on the shelves of the Schulich-Woolf Rare Book Collection at Queen’s University.

Innovation is Changing the Student Learning Experience

L.A. and San Francisco alumni events to feature Dr. Sidneyeve Matrix talking about innovation in the classroom.

Queen's Celebrates 175th in Hong Kong

Alumni, academic partners, students, and prospective students in the Asia-Pacific region are invited to a series of celebrations on May 20.

Queen's Leaders To Talk About Innovation at California Alumni Receptions

Alumni are invited to receptions in Los Angeles on April 19 and San Francisco on April 20.

Embracing Change - The Theme of This Year’s Alumni Volunteer Summit

AVS gives prospective and current volunteers the opportunity to network and develop their leadership skills through lectures with some of Queen’s top experts.

Three Alumni Named to Order of Canada

Michael Ondaatje, MA’67, Michael Adams, Arts’69, and William “Mac” Evans, Sc’64, LLD’14, are among 100 people to be appointed to one of our country’s highest civilian honours.

Alumnus To Blast Off On His Longest Mission

NASA astronaut Drew Feustel, PhD'95, to spend six months on the International Space Station.

Ottawa Branch Launches Bursary to Help Deserving Students

Ottawa-area alumni are raising $50,000 over the next five years in support of Queen’s Ottawa Alumni Branch Bursary.

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