Research / Impact Profiles

Bell Let’s Talk and Queen’s renew partnership in Mental Health Research

Heather Stuart remembers the first time she spoke with Mary Deacon, chair of the Bell Let’s Talk mental health initiative, a national program dedicated to moving mental health forward in Canada.

Speaking Out Against Stigma

For 20-plus years, Queen's researcher Dr. Heather Stuart has been inspiring conversation about mental illness.

One Student’s Journey From Heartbreak To Graduation

Melanie Gray, Artsci'16, considered dropping out of Queen's after her mom died of cancer in 2014. A "life-changing' bursary allowed her to stay in school.

Alumni, Patricia and Gordon Gray, Contribute to Nobel-Winning Research in Astrophysics

Walk into Gordon and Patricia Gray’s Toronto-area home and the first thing you’ll notice is the chair.

Nurturing A Supportive Community

Queen's is not just a place to learn, but a place to live, work and grow. Physical and mental wellness are interconnected and both are essential for academic and personal success for students.

Leading The Way In Student Wellness And Success

Right now, 4,300 first-year Queen’s students are having the time of their lives! Soon, though, things may change.

Leading The Way In Student Opportunities And Success

Eve is a fourth-year Queen’s medical student currently in Tanzania at a community health clinic founded by Dr. Karen Yeates

Working Together To Understand Breast Cancer

At Queen’s, the goals are many but the most important one is quite simple: to help students discover, develop, and follow their passions.

Who Cares about Mental Health? Nick Francis Does...

Sometimes the greatest challenge we face is other people’s perceptions.