Queen's University Gazette
Visit by Isabel Bader coincides with inaugural violin competition, launch of art exhibition.
Following unanimous approval, new policy and corresponding procedures replace March 2009 Statement on Responsible Investing.
By taking a 'history of the present' approach in creating courses and projects, Steven Maynard won the Promoting Student Inquiry Teaching Award.
Three Queen’s researchers receive Canada Research Chairs from Government of Canada.
Enrichment Studies Unit enters milestone year offering youth a sneak peek at university life.
Queen’s researcher receives CIHR grant for interdisciplinary research program on Indigenous leadership in renewable energy development.
Diana Zhao credits Queen’s courses with opening her eyes to the many ways into the film industry.
Local teacher one of four recipients of the 2017 Baillie Award for Excellence in Secondary School Teaching.
International program with South China Normal University gives master’s students a diverse range of teaching and learning opportunities.
Queen’s researcher takes on a leading role in innovative ICU recovery study.
The Principal’s Commission on the Future of Public Policy is studying and developing recommendations for revitalizing Queen’s presence in the arena of public policy.
Queen’s to host Professor Werner Nell – Distinguished German professor and John G. Diefenbaker Award recipient.
Queen’s will host a special exhibit that celebrates the work of the Sudbury Neutrino Observatory scientists led by Nobel Laureate Art McDonald and explores the new experiments at the SNOLAB underground facility in Sudbury.
Innovation and Wellness Centre will start to rise in the coming months as demolition concludes.