Congrats to Louise de Lannoy (Kinesiology & Health Studies), Amani Ibrahim (Computing), Victoria Donovan (Neuroscience) and Alyssa Abraham (Art History), who will progress to the Final on March 30. Thanks to all of our participants and everyone who attended Heat 2.
Congratulations to Rosanna Brown (Art History), Kassandra Yun (Environmental Studies), Caroline Wallace (Neuroscience) and Claire Boteler (Mathematics and Statistics), who will progress to the Final on March 30. Thanks to all of our participants and everyone who attended Heat 1.
Join us at this year’s 3MT competition, which starts with the opening heats on March 20-22 followed by the finals on March 30.
Congrats to our student presenters and thanks to everyone who attended our Big Data research showcase on March 1. Check out the video!
PhD-Community Initiative Project Featured on CKWS and CBC Ontario Morning
NOMINATIONS OPEN FOR 2017 AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN GRADUATE STUDENT SUPERVISION
The School of Graduate Studies invites nominations of faculty members for consideration for the 2017 AWARD FOR EXCELLENCE IN GRADUATE STUDENT SUPERVISION. The purpose of this award is to recognize those outstanding supervisors who demonstrate excellence in advising, monitoring and mentoring their graduate students. Two awards will be made: one in the Social Sciences and Humanities, and one in Life Sciences, Natural Sciences and Engineering.
Midori Ogasawara: Colonialism and Surveillance
Originally published in (e)AFFECT
Did you know fingerprinting was invented by the British for colonization purposes? How about that Japan used surveillance technologies to unjustly classify and imprison people living in Japanese-occupied China in the 1920s?
University Affairs Article on Queen's Grad Maps
See the article on our Grad Maps by Miguel Hahn (Career Services) & Rebecca Hugler (School of Graduate Studies) in University Affairs:
See our spotlight on PhD candidates, Mathieu Crupi and Piriya Yoganathan, and their involvement in cancer research and community outreach
A message from Dean Brenda Brouwer addressing the US Presidential Executive Order on immigration and international students seeking to spend a term or more at Queen’s University.