Queen's University Gazette
Queen’s Master in Art Conservation program celebrates 40 years of renewal.
A working group is identifying the skills and knowledge all Queen’s students should develop during their studies.
Recipients of the Prizes for Excellence in Research discuss topics ranging from philosophy to Vitamin D.
HIST 210 students are using the Archives to learn more about Queen's history of tackling sexual assault on campus.
Researcher says medical staff should not prolong the dying experience.
Richi Tam (Com'13) helped create the Commerce Legacy Fund for Student Health and Wellness, which provides support for mental health initiatives to benefit Commerce students.
Annual Northern Research Symposium draws scholars from across campus to share their explorations into northern challenges.
Dr. James A. Low, mentor, colleague and friend to many at Queen’s University; passed away at home with family on Feb. 15 in his 90th year.
A new “two-plus-two” degree program will see Jilin students study computer engineering at Queen’s.
A new professional development series is assisting Health Sciences faculty members in attaining skills relevant to their roles as administrative leaders.
Hagar Akua Prah loves working with students as an outreach counsellor and student life advisor.
Queen's-based research institute has launched a multidisciplinary journal featuring studies that address the complex needs of Canada's military and veteran populations.