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This blog’s role is to create a hub for soliciting feedback and generating discussion about the project.
Several participants have agreed to chronicle their time in the Queen's Bachelor of Commerce program. View each blogger's profile and follow along to experience a year in this exceptional program. The views expressed here are those of individual students. They do not necessarily reflect the views or objectives of Queen's School of Business
The blog of Dr. Richard Reznick, Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences and Director of the School of Medicine.
Study skill tips from Queen's University Learning Strategies Development
Libraries are all about people — the intellectual works people have produced, the research they’re pursuing, the teaching and learning they’re engaged in and the library staff who facilitate this great exchange of ideas. The Office of the University Librarian encourages open communication amongst all these people, through many channels.
Daniel Robert Woolf is the 20th Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Queen’s University in Kingston, Ontario. He is an historian and proud alumnus, who has returned to his alma mater from the University of Alberta in Edmonton, where he had served as Dean, Faculty of Arts, and Professor, Department of History and Classics since 2002.
This blog consolidates news and information about labour relations activities at Queen’s.
Providing Queen's University students with relevant health information one blog at a time.
This blog is meant for students and staff who want to share their experiences here on Queen’s Campus as well as abroad. We provide a space for students to share their experiences and insights on intercultural perspectives, student travelling and volunteering, and also keep you updated on QUIC events!
Gradifying is for people who are considering grad studies at Queen’s and also for those who have already taken the plunge. It’s an interactive site regularly updated by a group of students from different programs who are writing from different perspectives, life stages, and situations.
Cyberpop! is a trendwatching blog dedicated to rounding up market research and academic studies on all things related to digital popular culture.
I'm an ethics professor and journal editor, 'do' mostly bioethics.