Queen's University Gazette
The Queen’s Law Clinics in downtown Kingston will expand experiential learning opportunities for students and make legal advice and representation more accessible for members of the community.
Strategic planning exercise will help meet evolving student needs.
Site will provide forum for engagement with the Queen’s and Kingston communities as the stadium revitalization project moves forward.
Queen’s has launched “major maps” for every undergraduate program to help students plan their degrees and career.
Valuation will determine special pension deficit payments required over the coming years.
Bo Wandschneider talks about the benefits and security of Microsoft's cloud-based platform.
The SGPS’ student advisors provide confidential advice and support to graduate and professional students.
The Department of Drama selected If We Were Birds, a powerful award-winning play by Erin Shields, as its major production this term.
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.
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) discusses a draft anti-terrorism law on CBC’s Metro Morning and Radio-Canada.
Louis Delvoie (Centre for International and Defence Policy) has his op-ed on terrorist objectives published in the Kingston Whig Standard.
Daniel Woolf and William Flanagan comment on the new Faculty of Law clinics in the Kingston Whig Standard.