Queen's University Gazette
The Kahswentha Indigenous Knowledge Initiative hosts teach-ins and other events to raise awareness about Indigenous issues.
Michael Geist and other experts will promote awareness and understanding of unrestricted online access to scholarly material.
A delegation from one of China’s leading universities paid a visit to Queen’s this week.
Highlights from the Sept. 30 meeting of Senate.
Students connect with employers at the two-day Engineering & Technology Fair.
Queen’s Athletics and Recreation is pleased to offer PA day camps on select days of the 2014-15 school year.
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Shaf Keshavjee, Ronald Lee and Yash Pal Ghai are being conferred honorary degrees at fall convocation ceremonies.
Queen's pledges to adopt all of the recommendations made in the noise impact assessment of the West Campus artificial turf field.
Featured Event:Transpass signup blitz
Queen's and the City of Kingston are making public transit more convenient and lighter on the wallet. Transit representatives will be on campus Oct. 23 and 29 to sign up Queen's employees for an unlimited monthly transit pass at a deep discount.
Featured Event:Does This Make My Asperger's Look Big?
Celebrate Autism Awareness Month by catching Michael McCreary's "Does This Make My Asperger's Look Big?" tour on Tues. Oct. 21, presented by the Queen's Equity Office and Faculty of Education.
Jill Scott (Vice-Provost, Teaching and Learning) commented in the Globe and Mail on creating an exciting learning environment.
Lynette Purda (School of Business) commented in the Globe and Mail on the volitile Euro.
Heather Bastedo (Political Studies) was interviewed by cbc.ca about voting in Toronto.