News Stories

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.

Sheila A. Murray, Com’79, Law’82, Named 2016 Toronto Branch Award Recipient

Previous Toronto Branch Award recipients include Bell Media President Mary Ann Turcke, Academy Award-winning filmmaker Brigitte Berman, and current Queen’s Chancellor Jim Leech.

Distinguished Service Award profile: Barbara Palk, Arts’73

Former Queen’s Board of Trustees chair Barbara Palk is one of six members of the Queen’s community who will be honoured on Nov. 5 with the Distinguished Service Award.

Truth and Reconciliation Commission Task Force seeks alumni input

The Queen’s University Truth and Reconciliation Commission Task Force has set dates for five open consultation sessions.  Alumni are invited to attend– public me

Distinguished Service Awards Honours Some Of Queen’s Most Dedicated Supporters

This year’s recipients of the DSAs are Lynda Colgan, Ken Cuthbertson, Innes van Nostrand, Barb Palk, David Pattenden, and Bob Pritchard.

ReUnion Street Festival Becomes Integral Part Of Homecoming Weekend

It has been a part of Queen’s Homecoming for the last two years, and has quickly become one of the signature events of the weekend.

Banners Ready: Classes Prepare For Homecoming Pep Rally and Parade

Homecoming is just 6 weeks away - are you ready?

Happy 175th Queen’s! Alumni Asked To Post 175th Birthday Messages On Social Media And Celebrate In Their Hometowns

Queen's turns 175 years old during the 2016-17 academic year and the QUAA believes this is worth celebrating.

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