Queen's University Gazette
Departments are asked to turn off lights, close windows and doors, and turn down thermostats when the university is closed between Dec. 24 and Jan. 4.
The Gazette takes a look at the top items that made news at Queen's University in 2014.
Queen's Board of Trustees has approved the Richardson Stadium revitalization project, with the new stadium expected to be completed in 2016.
Queen's School of Business will offer an intensive boot camp for aspiring entrepreneurs before they begin a two-year paid fellowship with a Canadian startup company.
Staff Recognition Awards handed out for contributions to the Queen’s community.
Career Services and the Alma Mater Society are challenging the myth that students need to do more and more in order to be successful in the future.
Research plays a prominent role at Queen's University and it should come as no surprise that many interesting projects are making news.
In 2014, Queen's University, its faculty and researchers garnered recognition at the national and international levels. The Gazette takes a look at some of the awards received.
Queen's University couldn't offer the learning and life experience it does without the valuable support of its many donors.
Featured Event:Principal's Forum
The Rt. Hon. Tricia Marwick MSP, Presiding Officer of the Scottish Parliament on "Scotland’s Constitutional Journey."
Saturday, Jan. 10 at 2:30 pm in Grant Hall.
Featured Event:QUIC orientation
Newly arriving students will find support during extended hours 1-7 pm on Saturday, Jan. 3. Keep warm, use the QUIC kitchen, and take advantage of resources such as computers with Internet and movies.
Christian Leuprecht (Political Studies) commented on Canadian snipers fighting in Iraq on Sun TV.