Queen's University Gazette
Newly released data from RE$EARCH Infosource show Queen's success at attracting research funding.
Shaf Keshavjee, Ronald Lee and Yash Pal Ghai are being conferred honorary degrees at fall convocation ceremonies.
Queen's researcher Nikolaus Troje shows the way we walk actually affects our mood.
Queen's pledges to adopt all of the recommendations made in the noise impact assessment of the West Campus artificial turf field.
Tayyaba Ashfaq Bhatti and Elise Hewat are among 40 young Canadians selected to receive a Schulich Leader Scholarship this year.
PhD candidate Ciara Bracken-Roche recently co-authored one of the world's first reports on drones.
PeopleSoft Finance will be unavailable Friday, Oct. 17 beginning at noon until Tuesday, Oct. 21 at 7 am.
A new policy framework outlines what staff, faculty and students must do to protect the university’s electronic resources and sensitive information.
As Queen's prepares to mark its 175th anniversary, a new logo has been created for the occasion.
Featured Event:The PhD: Is it out of alignment?
Matariki Network of Universities visiting professor Rachel Spronken-Smith (University of Otago, NZ) will give a talk on Monday, Oct. 20 about aligning assessment and teaching methods in doctoral education.
Featured Event:Does This Make My Asperger's Look Big?
Celebrate Autism Awareness Month by catching Michael McCreary's "Does This Make My Asperger's Look Big?" tour, presented by the Queen's Equity Office and Faculty of Education.
Featured Event:Assertive Communication Training
This HR workshop will help participants develop assertive communication, a fundamental skill in the workplace that is critical to creating an open communication climate. Friday, Oct. 17, 9 am, Mackintosh-Corry Hall.
Nikolaus Troje (Psychology) discusses his research on walking style and mood in the Daily Telegraph (United Kingdom) and Daily Mail (United Kingdom).
Nicholas Bala (Law) comments on the case of the First Nation family’s refusal of chemo on CBCNews.ca.
Jonathan Rose (Political Studies) discusses theToronto election on CBCNews.ca.