Queen's University Gazette
The pilot project will support the university's efforts to attract more international students.
The Ban Righ Centre hosts weekly lunches where female faculty get to connect with students and staff.
Judith Davidson is working to get innovative insomnia treatment into the offices of family doctors.
Campus conference to support institutions’ efforts to purchase local food.
Two planning students recently set up tables and chairs in front of Stauffer Library and observed the results for a research project.
The Queen's Accelerated Route to Medical School initiative enters its second year.
Kingston Literacy and Skills recently recognized a team from the Queen’s Library for winning the 20th annual Grate Groan-Up Spelling Bee.
Adding resveratrol supplements to your exercise routine may not enhance the effects of physical activity.
Donald A. Redmond served as Queen's chief librarian from 1966-77.
Featured Event:Bader Lecture
Roald Hoffmann, Nobel Prize Laureate & Professor Emeritus, Cornell, on "The Commonalities and Differences between the Arts and the Sciences." Thursday, Oct. 30, 4:15 pm. Chernoff Hall.
Featured Event:Transpass signup blitz
Queen's and the City of Kingston are making public transit more convenient and lighter on the wallet. Transit representatives will be on campus Oct. 23 and 29 to sign up Queen's employees for an unlimited monthly transit pass at a deep discount.
John Andrew (Urban and Regional Planning, School of Business) appeared on CBC's Ontario Morning talking about more people moving downtown.
Ian Janssen (School of Kinesiology and Health Studies) commented in the Toronto Sun on the percentage of overweight Canadians leveling off.
Judith Davidson (Psychology) talked about an award she won in the Kingston Whig Standard.