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"Flip the Script" Sexual Assault Resistance Education Program


  • March 10th - 11th, 9:30 am - 4:30 pm


  • ALL Monday evenings in March, 6:30 pm - 9:30 pm


Location will be shared with participants upon registration.


Flip the Script" - Sexual Assault Resistance Education Program, is a twelve hour program delivered over two full days on a weekend providing information, skills, and practice in assessing risk from acquaintances; overcoming emotional barriers in acknowledging danger; and engaging in effective verbal and physical self-defence. As well, participants explore their own sexual values, desires, boundaries, and rights. This is an evidence based program developed by Dr. Charlene Senn from the University of Windsor.  

There is no fee to participate.  Women must attend all 12 hours of training in order to receive a certificate. 

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Please note: this is a special session open to women registered as GRADUATE students at Queen's University.


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Tri-Council Reception

This annual event celebrates research excellence at Queen's. Recipients of prestigious Tri-Council awards and their supervisors are invited to join.

Time: Wednesday, 28th February, 5:30 pm - 7:00 pm
Location: Biosciences Atrium

By invitation only.


Celebrating Graduate Studies

February 26 – March 2, 2018

Join us in celebrating Graduate Studies at Queen’s! We are hosting a variety of events to increase the visibility of all that our graduate students are achieving through research, community outreach, and social innovation and to introduce prospective graduate students to Queen’s. It’s a great way to get to know our university and to see if it is the perfect fit for you as you consider your education and career paths. Whether you have applied or not yet applied, we have events to suit your needs. You can connect with us virtually through online events or join us in person for a host of on-campus events.


Mindfulness for Wellness for Grad Students

In this drop in group we will introduce you to Mindfulness which is recognised as a powerful way of achieving and maintaining wellness. Mindfulness-based techniques are effective for coping with difficulties and improving the overall quality of your day-to-day life. Learn some basic ways of being in the present moment and regulating your mood. You are invited to drop in as and when your schedule permits, and when you need this. However, regular attendance and practice are recommended to get maximum benefits!