Queen's University Gazette
Program developed by Occupational Therapy student fosters accessibility, inclusivity on Queen's campus.
The School of English will offer an expanded language and acculturation program in the 2015-16 academic year.
Michael Geist and other experts will promote awareness and understanding of unrestricted online access to scholarly material.
The Kahswentha Indigenous Knowledge Initiative hosts teach-ins and other events to raise awareness about Indigenous issues.
Highlights from the Sept. 30 meeting of Senate.
Family, friends and Queen's community turn out for dedication ceremony for Miklas-McCarney Field on West Campus.
Queen’s Athletics and Recreation is pleased to offer PA day camps on select days of the 2014-15 school year.
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Shaf Keshavjee, Ronald Lee and Yash Pal Ghai are being conferred honorary degrees at fall convocation ceremonies.
Featured Event:Transpass signup blitz
Queen's and the City of Kingston are making public transit more convenient and lighter on the wallet. Transit representatives will be on campus Oct. 23 and 29 to sign up Queen's employees for an unlimited monthly transit pass at a deep discount.
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) commented on the shooting in Ottawa in a large number of national and international media outlets including BBC World News TV, All in a Day and Business News Network.
Vincent Mosco (Sociology) commented on canada.com on the use of social media during the shootings in Ottawa.
David Gordon (School of Urban and Regional Planning) commented on the Ottawa shootings in the National Post.