Queen's University Gazette
David McTavish, a scholar of the Italian Renaissance, played an integral role in the development of art history at Queen’s.
Hockey, basketball, volleyball and water polo highlight final games before winter break for OUA leagues.
Omatseye Wilkie made an impression at Devon Canada Corporation during his 16-month internship with the company.
Dalton Kellett (Sc’15), a current member of the Queen’s Formula SAE Design and Race Team, has signed with Andretti Autosport.
Staff and faculty will have access to Microsoft's cloud-based collaborative suite in the new year.
Violinist Pinchas Zukerman to be conferred with honorary degree at a performance at the Isabel on Nov. 29.
Principal and Vice-Chancellor Daniel Woolf responds to a Toronto Star story about sexual assault on Canadian post-secondary campuses.
Inaugural lecture will focus on how Canada should respond to aging demographics.
David Yokom has returned to the university to lead a new collaboration between Queen’s and the Northern College Haileybury School of Mines.
Featured Event:Learning Cafe for Non-Unionized Employees
Non-unionized employees are invited to participate in a learning cafe on Wednesday, Nov. 26 in Robert Sutherland Hall Room 145 at 2 pm.
Featured Event:Policy Studies Speaker Series
Peter Harrison, professor emeritus and former Stauffer-Dunning Chair and director in the Queen's School of Policy Studies, will reflect on his work in the Arctic. Friday, Nov. 28 at noon in Robert Sutherland Hall Room 202.