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Something a little DIFFerent: The Diversity & Inclusion Film Festival


For this week’s Gradifying post I’ve decided to talk to the Society of Graduate and Professional Student (SGPS)’s International Commissioner, Atul Jaiswal, to hear more about an exciting event coming up – the Diversity & Inclusion Film Festival, and learn

Posted in Events, Guest Posts, International, Uncategorized

Let’s meet in half way


It seems like that Kingston will welcome the first week of April with a mix of rain and sunshine. For students who are wrapping up their final week of tutorials, volunteering works, or other events, this is also a hectic

Posted in International, views

Making Your Home for the Holidays When You Can’t Make it Home

Coming or going?

We’re going to keep it light at Gradifying this month. We’ve all been through enough. It’s been a long term. We (the proverbial ‘we’) are stressed, tired, maybe bruised up, and definitely ready for a break. I’m ready for a

Posted in Families, General, Holidays, International, Kingston, New Students, Staying Well

Finding a balance in grad school

Striking the balance

Work-Life balance – the most fantastical and elusive concept in grad school. Two things we know for sure, 1) It is essential, 2) grad students are bad at it. How does this happen! Well grad students tend to say yes

Posted in Families, Finances, General, International, Internship, Jobs and Careers, Kingston, New Students, Orientation, Staying Well, Student Perspective, Thesis, Transitioning, Uncategorized Tagged with: , , , , , , ,

Orientating yourself with (Downtown) Kingston

Go to Queen’s they said… Kingston is nice they said!  Well, they were right.  In my slightly biased opinion, I’d say that Kingston is a great place to live and if you find yourself beginning a new chapter of your

Posted in Guest Posts, International, Kingston, New Students, Orientation, Uncategorized Tagged with:

All about the @AccessHubQU

Here at Gradifying we are focusing on accessibility this month. Last week Sharday wrote an excellent post about accessibility and universal design. This week I will give you a peek at a neat new resource offered here at Queen’s –

Posted in All, General, International, New Students, Staying Well, Student Perspective Tagged with: , ,

International Students’ Language Barrier – Guest Contributor Xiaoqian Liu

Our second entry, a lovely piece by Queen’s 3MT winner, Xiaoqian Liu.

Posted in International, Student Perspective

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