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The official Facebook page of the Queen's Concussion Awareness Committee.
AMS club focused on endangered species awareness and conservation. We hold many special events to raise awareness and fundraise for our cause, endangered species awareness and conservation.
The official Facebook Page of Richard Reznick, the Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario, Canada.
The Official Queen's Mining Facebook Page
The club educates students on disability law and mental health law, promotes health and well-being, and raises awareness of diversity in the legal profession
DrugSmart Pharmacy is an independently owned chain of community pharmacies aiming to provide you with the highest level of care when it comes to your daily health and medicinal needs.
We are a student-run society for the entire undergraduate engineering faculty. Our offices are located in the Student Lounge (right across the Tea Room) in Beamish-Munro Hall.
The Enrichment Studies Unit (ESU) offers enrichment opportunities to above average and gifted students in Grades 6 to 12, within the Queen's University setting.
Stayed connected with the latest news and information from the Equity and Human Rights Office at Queen’s University. Check out our Facebook page for information about upcoming events.
Educating leaders for the 21st century, the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science at Queen's builds on a tradition of spirit and loyalty to provide a distinctive learning experience at the frontiers of engineering innovation.
FILM240 is a course in social media culture, commerce, and communications at Queen's University taught by Sidneyeve Matrix.
A hip-hop dance club at Queen's University that offers hip-hop classes to students of all experiences and levels.
Official Facebook Page for Four Directions Aboriginal Student Centre at Queen's University. Four Directions Aboriginal Students Centre seeks to enhance the development and well-being of the Queen's University Aboriginal Community. Four Directions welcomes and encourages all students to develop an awareness and appreciation of the Aboriginal experience in Canada.
Golden Words is a weekly humour newspaper produced by the Engineering Society of Queen’s University at Kingston. It is the only weekly humour newspaper in Canada.
The Student Government For Graduate Computing Students
Queen's University IRC is dedicated to providing premium professional development, and practitioner-focused research, in the areas of human resources, labour relations and organization development.
The resource that helps connect Queen's students to work & volunteer opportunities in Kingston for the summer, school year, and post-graduation.
An Initiative of the Queen's International Affairs Association - www.queensmunprogram.com