Queen's University Gazette
Katie Charboneau, Artsci’11, the first quadriplegic student to live on campus in residence, will receive the Steve Cutway Accessibility Award for her advocacy work at Queen’s and beyond.
Queensu.ca/implementationrdi is meant to inform the community of the committee’s ongoing work and provide updates as they arise.
Queen’s Family Health Team a leader in patient care for the past 10 years.
Queen's men's hockey team downs the Ottawa Gee-Gees in third and deciding game of opening-round series.
Students volunteering at community organizations through Queen’s Cares Reading Week.
Queen’s researchers receive NSERC funding to support Arctic, water purification research.
Energy management a focus for Physical Plant Services at Queen’s for more than two decades.
The university will recognize people who have made outstanding contributions to society on the national or international stage.
AMS hosts University District Summit with local community.
Two Queen's students competing in NSERC online video contest
Queen’s announces additional measures to assist students, researchers impacted by U.S. visa ban.
The Queen’s and Kingston communities mark Black History Month with a series of events throughout February.
Heather Stuart, the Bell Canada Mental Health and Anti-Stigma Research Chair at Queen’s, will continue her work thanks to $1 million gift from Bell Let’s Talk.
Through the Scholars Program, Queen’s begins partnership with the University of Gondar to advance inclusive education for young people with disabilities.