Queen's maintains solid research ranking
Queen's continues to place well in the annual ranking of Canada's top 50 research universities, Canada's Innovation Leaders, prepared by Research Infosource Inc.
Among all Canadian universities, Queen's ranks sixth in research intensity (sponsored research per full-time faculty member) and 12th for total research income, with $192.5 million in 2008.
In the medical/doctoral category, Queen's places eighth when financial input indicators, research output indicators and research impact indicators are calculated.
"I am extremely pleased that we are able to maintain our solid reputation in these research rankings, while we continue to honour our commitment to undergraduate education, grow our high-quality graduate student body, and support a diverse range of innovative graduate and research programming," says Vice-Principal (Research) Kerry Rowe. "Our world-class faculty should be commended for the hard work that keeps us high on this list."