Queen's University

Dr. Ray Price Teaching Laboratory  


In June, 2012, Queen’s University recognized Dr. Ray Price's tremendous contributions.

The renovation and naming of the Dr. Raymond Price Teaching Laboratory, provides a lasting tribute. This project was spearheaded by Wayne and Gor-don Foo, and was enthusiastically championed by Paul Price.

Supported by graduates of Ray’s group, the room has been transformed into a state-of-the-art classroom designed for up to 50 students in a modern (non-Soviet era) laboratory setting. A professionally curated set of teach-ing samples for the Field Methods and Structural Geology courses is housed in the room. In addition, Ray’s Operation Bow-Athabasca Cordilleran map sheets have been mounted on the wall.