Queen's University Gazette
Programming game developed by team of four students takes top place at weekend hackathon event.
Howard A. Smith served in the Faculty of Education from 1971 to 2008.
Vaccine significantly reduces precursor to cervical cancer in girls as young as 14 years old.
New Queen’s nano-fabrication laboratory removes barriers to prototype development.
More than $1.5 billion is earmarked for research, innovation, the Canada student loan program, and Aboriginal education.
Flags lowered in memory of first-year Faculty of Law student who passed away of natural causes on April 24.
Library and Student Academic Success Services (SASS) staff surprise the Stauffer library’s café workers with flowers to mark their last day on the job for the 2014-2015 academic year.
lynda.com, a popular website offering thousands of instructional videos, is now available to students, faculty and staff.
Preserving the authentic record of individuals, corporations and the university is the focus for Queen’s Digital and Private Records Archivist Jeremy Heil.
Human Resources workshops encourage employees and managers to engage in an open dialogue about performance throughout the year.
To celebrate the university’s 175th anniversary in 2016, a group is collecting historic Queen’s moments – and they welcome your input.