News Stories

Life After ArtSci: One Faculty, Two Alumni Stories

Not all successful entrepreneurs are necessarily business grads. Scott Megginson, Artsci'89, and Sharon D'Acre, Artsci'96, took part in the inaugural Life After ArtSci Summit and shared just how their Arts and Science degree prepared them for successful careers in this Q&A.

UCARE Announces First Co-Chairs

Two alumnae have been selected as the first co-chairs for the University Council on Anti-Racism and Equity (UCARE), which works to build an inclusive campus community and learning environment for students.  

Bringing Queen's Engineering Students Together

The Innovation and Wellness Centre will be home to a range of engineering facilities, including labs, teaching studios, and a common room.

Celebrating a History of Resilience

Edward Thomas, Sc'06, MASc'12, has been investigating the expulsion of black medical students 100 years ago at Queen's and how this history has impacted the community. 

Queen's Love Stories

Whether they met in class, through participating in student activities, or by simple happenstance, these five couples are proof that love is definitely in the air at Queen's this Valentine's Day. 

New Bursaries to Support Racialized & First-Generation Students

An estate gift will create new bursaries for first-year Black Canadian students, first-year visible minority and racialized students, and first-year first-generation students.

Queen's Grads' Business Becomes International Product Development Centre

Laser Depth Dynamics, founded by Paul Webster (Sc'06, PhD'13) and Roger Bowes (Sc’92) in 2012, has been acquired by a leading developer of high-performance fibre lasers and amplifiers.

Principal's New Year's Message to Alumni

It was a year filled with accomplishment, commemoration, beginnings, and endings.  Principal Daniel Woolf looks back on the highlights of 2017 and gives us a preview of what to expect in 2018. 

Investing in the Next Generation

Learn more about emeritus professor in the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy, Dr. Ewan who focused on nuclear physics and sub-atomic research, particularly the solar neutrino problem and his gift back to Queen's.

Black Law Students’ Association Hosts Toronto Alumni Event

Law students and graduates gather in Toronto to help foster inclusivity, guidance and support.

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