Queen's University Gazette
To recognize Queen’s 175th, retirees’ association creates bursary to support students resuming studies after a break.
More than $640 million has been donated to Queen’s University during the 10-year Initiative Campaign, surpassing the $500 million goal.
Queen’s has identified a new service provider for the university’s credit card program.
As they mark milestone anniversaries, Queen's and the Town of Perth celebrate the contributions of their shared founding father, William Morris, with plaques.
Undergraduate research work helps shed light on Robert Sutherland, one of the key people in the early years of Queen's University.
The Tragically Hip receives honorary degree at spring convocation.
Former U of A president chairs external team examining research and related innovation programs across the university.
The Isabel dedicates Tafelmusik’s world premiere performance to outgoing Provost Alan Harrison.
Barbara Lotan will join Human Rights Office later this month.
Queen's Engineering alum Michele Romanow returns to where her entrepreneurial path began.
Darren Heyland leads study to determine if trace element - selenium - improves cardiac surgery recovery.
Feedback received during the review of non-academic misconduct informed and contributed to the revised code.