Transformational Gifts

Benefactors and Government Propel Campus Landmark Transformation

Alumni support is enabling a massive construction project that is transforming a popular corner of the Queen’s Main Campus.

Queen’s Parent Supports Interdisciplinary Water Research

When Ross Beaty says, “there’s no magic to water”, it would be easy to mistake his meaning. As an outspoken environmentalist and supporter of alternative energy, Mr.

16th Century Books for a 21st Century Library

Philanthropist Seymour Schulich and Queen’s Principal Daniel Woolf unveiled the Schulich-Woolf Rare Book Collection in Douglas Library today.

Remembering A Visionary Who Helped Revitalize University Avenue

Each and every day, thousands of Queen’s students, unbeknownst to them, benefit from the vision and generosity of alumnus Pat McNally, Sc’39.

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.

Gaels Alumni Break Ground At Richardson Stadium Revitalization

The new stadium will help train athletes every day in the best environment possible, allowing us to take our competition to the next level

Beloved Alumni, Alfred And Isabel Bader, Give A Masterpiece To Queen’s

The Agnes Etherington Art Centre is poised to welcome Rembrandt's Portrait of a Man with Arms Akimbo.

Great Moments In Queen’s Philanthropic History

Donations to Queen’s have had a transformative impact on the university over the past 174 years.

Business Education Has A New Name

In recognition of the generous gift of $50 million from Queen’s alumnus Stephen Smith, the School has a new name – The Stephen J.R. Smith School of Business

MBA'16 Class Gift Contributed To By All

In the spring of 2015, the Class of MBA’16 embarked early on their Graduating Class Campaign. Led by Mr.

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