Queen's University Gazette
Universities and employee groups are exploring the feasibility of a new Jointly Sponsored Pension Plan.
Adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities are much less likely to be screened for colorectal cancer, research shows.
Get It Done is a day-long writing event for first-year students, aimed at helping them get a start on their end of term assignments.
Three-day conference honours the life and work of George Whalley.
Ten Thousand Birds: Ornithology Since Darwin earning rave reviews and a number of awards.
The winners of the annual QUIC Photo Contest offer images from around the globe and here at home.
University receives funding to develop 20 online courses.
The Kingston Canadian Film Festival gives Queen's students the opportunity to share their work with Kingston audiences.
Queen’s University marks Freedom to Read Week with a series of readings of banned and challenged books at Speaker’s Corner in Stauffer Library.
Queen's Provost Alan Harrison provides an update on HLTH 102.