Queen's University Gazette
Principal Daniel Woolf part of U15 executive heads delegation exploring French innovation ecosystem and its linkages to higher education.
Security Supervisor Tammy Aristilde receives Meritorious Service Medal for volunteer service in Haiti.
Centre for Teaching and Learning seeks nominations for Principal’s Teaching and Learning Awards.
Advanced Education and Skills Development portfolio given to results-driven MPP with ties to Queen’s.
Queen’s chemical engineering professor Andrew Daugulis elected to Canadian Academy of Engineering.
Queen’s Addictions Program makes an impact through education and philanthropy.
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.
New research shows language used by presidential candidates affects the outcome of elections