Queen's University Gazette
New Queen’s nano-fabrication laboratory removes barriers to prototype development.
Flags lowered in memory of first-year Faculty of Law student who passed away of natural causes on April 24.
Nearly a century after his death in the First World War, Kingston and District Sports Hall of Fame inducts Queen's and Kingston sporting legend.
A new program offered by the Enrichment Studies Unit will help elementary school students develop their teambuilding, leadership and communication skills.
Faculty members must reserve regalia for convocation ceremonies by May 8.
DB Krupp and Peter Taylor offer twist on evolutionary theory which could help explain racism and other forms of prejudice.
The third phase of the Tools for Research at Queen’s project will make it easier for faculty members to maintain and update their CV and annual report information.
Dr. Seegobin began his career with Queen’s University in 1989 in the School of Medicine’s Department of Anesthesiology, where he inspired students and residents for the next 26 years.
HLTH 415 aims to get students into the Kingston community to develop and promote health initiatives.
Queen’s University professor emeritus officially inducted as health care luminary for significant contributions to the improvement of health and health care in Canada and worldwide.
Robert (Bob) Gilbert was a highly productive, dedicated and creative scientist in the Department of Geography.
Programming game developed by team of four students takes top place at weekend hackathon event.