Queen's University Gazette
Nobel laureate Art McDonald to deliver public lecture on neutrinos at Kingston City Hall.
Queen’s professor says family’s wishes often aren’t reflected in end of life medical treatment.
Research shows practice opportunities for recent ophthalmology graduates are diminishing.
School of Kinesiology and Health Studies associate professor Amy Latimer-Cheung renewed as the Tier 2 Canada Research Chair in Physical Activity Promotion and Disability.
The Dan School of Drama and Music performs excerpts of Handel's Messiah with members of Queen's, Kingston communities.
Student Wellness Services offers the 15 Days of Exams Health Challenge to help keep students healthy and connected at exam time.
Certificate in Law available to undergraduates at Queen’s and, as a fully online program accessible through eCampus Ontario, to undergraduates in universities and colleges across Ontario and Canada.
Dan Bradshaw and Dan McKeown have accepted continuing appointments as associate vice-principal (human resources) and associate vice-principal (faculty relations), respectively.
Queen’s University Library taking part in scholarly journals survey.
Queen’s Law receives Ontario Centres of Excellence Grant to develop intelligent simulation platform for law and other professional schools.
Graduate of art conservation program earns Kress Foundation Fellowship to work at Library Conservation Lab at the Trinity College in Dublin.
Five individuals and projects from the university are nominated for City of Kingston accessibility awards.