Queen's University Gazette
The Neuroscience Outreach Program is the first recipient of the Advocacy Award from the Canadian Association of Neuroscience.
New policy aims to ensure the university’s surveys, forms and record documents are inclusive and free from bias.
When he arrives in July 2017, Samuel Dahan will provide a major boost for the Queen’s Centre for Law in the Contemporary Workplace.
New funding will allow researcher Karen Yeates to expand the unique cancer screening program and improve health outcomes of women in low resource settings
Conference encourages graduate students from around the world to network and share their work with peers.
PhD student Linda Grussani named curator of Aboriginal art at the Canadian Museum of History
Queen’s researcher plays lead role in naming of newest UNESCO World Heritage Site.
New summer institute exposes international students to Canadian politics, culture and society.
James MacKinnon earns lifetime honour for his work in economics
New electronic system will make it more efficient to acquire products that support research and teaching activities.
New online, interdisciplinary master’s program offers energy and minerals/mining professionals a chance to zoom out, gain new knowledge for complex workplace.
School of Rehabilitation Therapy supports development of academic program aimed at improving health of Ukrainian veterans.