Changing Gears: Digital Special Edition Fall 2015
Arthur McDonald, a professor emeritus at Queen's University, is the co-winner of the 2015 Nobel Prize in physics.
Business education has a new name at Queen’s University, following a historic $50-million gift from alumnus Stephen Smith (Sc’72).
Whether it’s launching a new strategic plan, making deep cultural change, navigating an acquisition, or bringing a new product to market, the first 100 days are critical.
Christine Bruce, Artsci'78, takes the “road less travelled” approach to life.
“Kazakhstan? Duuuuuuuude, you don’t want to go there man!”
Cara (Chenman) Yin has given Queen’s University its first award at the national level of the Three Minute Thesis (3MT).
David Sharpe believes that solutions to addressing issues in First Nations communities lie in economic development and education. Through both avenues, he is making a big difference in the people's lives across the country.
She has criss-crossed the continent since graduating from Queen's in 2006 ... An intervention from Jean Royce changed this young man's career path ... Readers share their stories of change.