Queen's University Gazette
Ronald Lampman Watts, the 15th principal of Queen’s University, died Friday. He was 86.
Principal Emeritus Ronald L. Watts served as the 15th principal of Queen's University.
Armand Ruffo is a finalist in the non-fiction category for his work Norval Morrisseau: Man Changing into Thunderbird.
Professor Emeritus Arthur McDonald has been named the co-winner of 2015 Nobel Prize in physics.
One of Canada’s most renowned technology entrepreneurs will deliver an engaging talk as part of the Principal’s Forum.
Teri Shearer will work closely with Queen’s senior management team to advance the academic, operational, and budgetary goals of the university.
Alumnus Stephen Smith makes a historic $50-million gift to business education at Queen’s.
Nearly a third of all students in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science's common program are female.
Anesthesiologist from Rwanda visits Kingston to study research methods and improve the management of postoperative pain in his country.
Queen’s researcher part of international team studying access to life-saving cancer treatment.
Research Mentors program a key element for career development at Queen's University.
Human Resources launches an initiative to promote positive mental health for Queen’s faculty, staff and students.