Queen's University Gazette
Universities across Ontario have inquired about using the diversity and equity planning tool developed at Queen’s.
Aboriginal students turn to canvas to tell the story of their lives.
Exhibit highlights the accomplishments of former Chancellor Sir Sandford Fleming for Queen's, Canada and around the world.
A room dedicated to the memory of former Queen's professor George Whalley was unveiled on the opening day of a conference in his honour.
Rebecca Love (Artsci’12) has been awarded a Gates Cambridge Scholarship that will see her pursue a PhD in Medical Science at the University of Cambridge.
Making the world a better place for his sisters and home community drives Darian Doblej in his many pursuits.
Four Queen’s researchers receive funding from the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation.
Queen’s researchers lead an ambitious project to help sustain healthy fish stocks in Nunavut.
Queen’s pro bono student group provides free legal services to community groups and organizations.
Students, staff, faculty and alumni spread their theatrical wings as part of the city’s newest summer festival, the Kick and Push.
Through redesigning HLTH 415 into an active learning experience, PhD student Janette Leroux has experienced her own transformation as teacher and learner.
Sino-Canada Workshop for Aquatic Environmental Sustainability advances research collaboration between the two institutions.