Queen's University Gazette
Queen’s professor Heather Stuart, the Bell Canada Mental Health and Anti-stigma Research Chair, has helped develop five guidelines to reduce the stigma surrounding mental illnesses.
Annual reception gives the university a chance to recognize teaching award winners across campus.
Cezanne’s Closet, Union Gallery’s gala fundraiser, has attendees draw lots to win artwork.
MBA program at Queen's School of Business places 86th in international ranking conducted by Financial Times.
Site will provide forum for engagement with the Queen’s and Kingston communities as the stadium revitalization project moves forward.
Surveillance expert David Lyon to provide commentary following screening of Edward Snowden documentary.
Money for infrastructure will help NCIC Clinical Trials Group continue its search for a cancer cure.
The new Queen’s Family Law Clinic helps self-representing litigants navigate the complex and often-times frustrating family justice system.
IBM Research Executive Don Aldridge is working with the Office of the Vice-Principal (Research) to explore potential innovations in computing and technology.
Interim protocol will provide a succinct compilation of the processes and practises used in relation to sexual assault support and response.
Dick Zoutman (Infectious Diseases) commented on the avian flu on CTV News Network.
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) was interviewed by Sun TV about the ISIS hostage situation.