Queen's University Gazette
More than $640 million has been donated to Queen’s University during the 10-year Initiative Campaign, surpassing the $500 million goal.
Barbara Lotan will join Human Rights Office later this month.
NSERC funds engineering outreach to Aboriginal students, Science Rendezvous event.
Inaugural HR Summit attracts managers interested in learning about tools and tips for enhancing workplace wellness.
With many connections to Fort McMurray, Queen’s sends message of support to those affected by fires.
Art McDonald (Physics, Engineering Physics and Astronomy), John Smol (Biology) to receive honorary degrees at May 16 graduation ceremonies.
Biology master's student Anastasia Shavrova competing for the national title of the Three Minute Thesis.
Queen’s researchers unveil holographic smartphone.
Human Media Lab at Queen’s unveils hand-held cylindrical display for gaming applications.
Faculty of Health Sciences to host third annual Department of Medicine Day.
Queen’s Board of Trustees has approved the policy on sexual violence.
Campus groups are developing facility accessibility design standards aimed at enhancing accessibility beyond the requirements in the Ontario Building Code.