Queen's University Gazette
National forum held in June to consider what health tools, practices and policies need to be developed to identify signs of frailty, and how care settings need to evolve to treat and to provide care and comfort to elderly in frail health.
Incoming students and their families get a close-up look at campus and all that Queen's offers through Summer Orientation to Academic and Resources.
Ahmed Hassan (Computing) receives the Outstanding Young Computer Science Researcher Prize for 2014 from the Canadian Association of Computer Science
With roots dating back to early 1900s, Queen's Players continues to give back to the Queen's and Kingston communities.
Vanessa Silve e Silva and her spouse Josafa have traveled from Brazil so she can pursue her PhD and have found Queen's to be a welcoming place.
Rebecca Luce-Kapler enjoyed a successful tenure as interim dean of the faculty in 2014.
New research defies traditional theories about how the brain processes actions.
HR offers certificate programs that both challenge and reward employees looking to further their professional development.
Annual open house marks Queen’s University Biological Station’s 70th anniversary and celebrates unveiling of new research and teaching facility.
Expressions of interest are due to the relevant Dean’s office by Sept. 8.
Initiative is examining the feasibility of a jointly sponsored pension plan for Ontario’s university-sector.
A new internal awards program is being launched to support research excellence at Queen’s.