Queen's University Gazette
Chef Claudia Alvarado is serving up some delicious dishes from Peru as part of chef exchange program.
Queen’s is offering researchers a free and easy way to facilitate compliance with the new Tri-Agency open access policy for peer-reviewed journal publications.
Queen's has partnered with the Limestone District School Board and MEI Academy to offer high school students to chance to study at the Bader International Study Centre.
Queen’s professor Kathleen Lahey says a change in tax policy has led to gender inequality in Alberta.
Armand Ruffo is a poet, playwright, biographer, filmmaker and Queen’s National Scholar in Indigenous Languages and Literatures.
The annual conference for the National Health Sciences Students’ Association (NaHSSA), including the National Health Care Team Challenge, hosted at Queen’s on March 6-7.
The Canadian Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Scholarships program will allow Queen’s students to expand their horizons abroad.
Physical Plant Services are inviting feedback through a client satisfaction survey and have launched a new website and Twitter account.
The university recently recognized the latest recipients of its employment equity, diversity, and accessibility awards.
Low and high intensity workouts result in similar weight loss, but higher intensity workouts reduce glucose levels.