Queen's University Gazette
Dr. Daniel Woolf, Principal and historian of Britain, shares his views on the Scottish Referendum.
Three major international rankings released this time of year.
Queen's law sutudent wins prestigious Canadian essay competition in military law.
The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts signals architectural firm Snøhetta's arrival in Canada.
Public school students share their artistic talent with an interactive mural at the Faculty of Education
Researchers at the Bader International Study Centre are excavating the castle estate's grounds to better understand how medieval people adapted to climate change.
New program gives medical students chance to practice their surgical skills.
Queen’s researcher says use of anti-inflammatory medicines after common eye surgery isn’t necessary.
A delegation from the University of Stuttgart was at Queen's to sign a memorandum of understanding to develop a dual degree in the fields of chemistry, chemical engineering and physics.
A special open house was held for Queen's students allowing them to see all that the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts has to offer.
Three professors named to Royal Society of Canada's College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists program.
Featured Event:Isabel architect Craig Dykers
The School of Urban and Regional Planning hosts on Friday, Sept. 19 a presentation by Craig Dykers, Isabel architect and founding partner of SNOHETTA.
Ian McKay (History) discusses the Scottish vote in the Globe and Mail.
Ali Dizboni (Centre for International and Defence Policy) discusses the latest on Iraq and ISIS on CBC’s Ontario Morning.
John Andrew (School of Urban and Regional Planning) comments on the top 4 things people pay more to live near, on Yahoo! Canada Finance.