Queen's University Gazette
Low and high intensity workouts result in similar weight loss, but higher intensity workouts reduce glucose levels.
The university recently recognized the latest recipients of its employment equity, diversity, and accessibility awards.
Jill Kirby’s experience working with the Mass Observation Project enriches her teaching at the Bader International Study Centre.
With his family by his side, Ron Weisman, Professor Emeritus, Departments of Psychology and Biology, Queen’s University, died at home on Jan. 27.
Universities and employee groups are exploring the feasibility of a new Jointly Sponsored Pension Plan.
Donor-funded faculty positions enable Queen’s to recognize and attract top researchers and scholars, both from within the university and from around the world.
Expressions of interest in Bioinformatics, Creative Industries in the Global City, Biotechnology and Power Electronics have been invited to submit full proposals.
Adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities are much less likely to be screened for colorectal cancer, research shows.
Three-day conference honours the life and work of George Whalley.
Queen's Provost Alan Harrison provides an update on HLTH 102.