Queen's University Gazette
Annual open house marks Queen’s University Biological Station’s 70th anniversary and celebrates unveiling of new research and teaching facility.
HR offers certificate programs that both challenge and reward employees looking to further their professional development.
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.
Molecules hold promise for detecting, treating cancer and neurodegenerative diseases.
The university plans to renovate the former physical education centre to provide a hub for student health and wellness, student innovation and student learning in the heart of campus.
The Bachelor of Science degree is one of five online degree programs available through the Faculty of Arts and Science.
The third annual mental health lecture featured leading researcher Heather Stuart as well as actresses Marthe Bernard and Mary Walsh.
Nine awards handed out across Ontario for research projects aimed at improving the health of women
Momentum in data analytics seen in the coordination of a variety of events and initiatives to encourage the exchange of ideas and sharing of best practices and knowledge on how scholars manage data.