Queen's University Gazette
Community members are invited to hear an update on Richardson Stadium construction on Wednesday, July 6 at 6 pm.
Enrichment Studies Unit course gives students a closer look at the Department of Classics.
New insight into energy production in human cells could lead to new treatments for metabolic diseases.
Inaugural concert of the Isabel String Quartet to be held at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts.
The Ban Righ Foundation is highlighting the achievements of women at the university and in the community with two new awards for mentoring and leadership.
Research finds that obese patients cost less than normal-weight patients after cardiac surgery
New certificate program helps staff members build skills and increase their understanding of financial activities at Queen’s.
New research shows language used by presidential candidates affects the outcome of elections
Time capsules buried at Richardson Stadium celebrate history and tradition as revitalization project continues.
Located in the JDUC, Parenting Room offers space to be a parent while still being a student.
PhD candidate Amanda Timmers is advancing knowledge of sexual response as an Ontario Women’s Health Scholars Award recipient.
Aboriginal Teacher Education Program members take part in National Aboriginal Day celebrations.