A documentary worked on by Jennifer Ruth Hosek (Languages, Literatures, and Cultures) will premiere at the prestigious International Festival of New Latin American Cinema in Havana in December.
Rodando en La Habana: bicycle stories, a film from Cuban director Jaime Santos, explores the cultural meaning of bicycling and community in Havana. Dr. Hosek, who is cross-appointed to Film and Media Studies, served as associate director and research co-investigator on the film.
Queen’s University graduates stack up favourably in the job market, according to surveys that track the employment outcomes of university graduates.
The 2013 Ontario University Graduate Survey (OUGS), conducted for Ontario’s Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities, shows that 92 per cent of graduates from Queen’s undergraduate programs are employed six months after graduation. That number compares to an average of 87 per cent for Ontario’s universities.
In collaboration with Residence Life, Student Academic Success Services (SASS) will be running Get It Done: The Long Day Against Procrastination, a day-long writing event for first-year students designed to help them combat procrastination around writing their final assignments. The intention is for students to work on their writing projects in an informal, supportive environment facilitated by professionals and peers from the Writing Centre and Learning Strategies units.
The Queen’s Conservatory of Music is working with the Joe Chithalen Memorial Instrument Lending Library (Joe’s MILL) and First Avenue Public School to launch Sistema Kingston. The after-school music program for at-risk children focuses on positive social change through the pursuit of musical excellence.
ONE CULTURE, or THE COMMONALITIES AND DIFFERENCES BETWEEN THE ARTS AND THE SCIENCES
The claim of a rift between scientists and technologists on one hand, and humanists on the other, is criticized on several grounds. Using examples from chemistry, poetry, painting and ceramics a case is made for an underlying unity of science and the arts. The common elements of these human activities are creation with craftsmanship, concisely communicated, in a cross-cultural and altruistic way, with aesthetics figuring
To Queen’s, you are more than just a number. You’re more than an applicant reference number, more than a student number, and more than a high school average. You’re ready to change the world. At Queen’s, we’re ready to help you do just that. If you’ve decided that Queen’s might just be for you what are you waiting for?
Navigate your way from Undergraduate Student to Career
The Major Maps are a series of maps tailored specifically to each undergraduate program. Like a physical map, they will help you navigate the opportunities at Queen’s and stay on track with your goals. These Maps provide advice on academics, extra-curriculars, networking, international opportunities and career development all in one place.