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Front Page Slideshow

  • [Karen Hitchcock photo]

    Principal Emeritus Karen Hitchcock, the first woman to serve as Queen's Principal and Vice-Chancellor, passed away on July 10.

  • [photo of Patrick Deane]

    Welcome to Dr. Patrick Deane, who is now officially Queen's 21st Principal and Vice-Chancellor.
    (Photo: Bernard Clark)

  • The Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport, recently visited Queen’s to make a major national funding announcement in support of graduate and post-doctoral research. Read more and watch a video of the announcement here.

  • Thank you to Vasundhara, MSc Physics for this beautiful photo of Spring sunset at Mitchell hall, May 21, 2019

  • An interdisciplinary “green” team of researchers from Queen’s received the prestigious 2019 NSERC Brockhouse Canada Prize from the Right Honourable Julie Payettte, Governor General of Canada, at a ceremony at Rideau Hall on May 9. More photos

  • New Rembrandt

    Agnes Etherington Art Centre unveils Head of an Old Man with Curly Hair – a 1659 painting by legendary artist Rembrandt, rarely seen by the public. Linda and Daniel Bader donated the piece to the museum in memory of Daniel’s late father and Queen’s alumnus, Alfred Bader.

Spotlight

  • [Student Wellness Services moving to Mitchell Hall]
    Student Wellness Services Closed July 15-19

    All Student Wellness Services offered at the Lasalle Building will be closed July 15-19 as they move to Mitchell Hall and will reopen on July 22. Some services will still be available on campus.

  • 2020 Rhodes Scholarship

    Thinking of applying for a 2020 Rhodes Scholarship? You will need institutional endorsement. The internal deadline to apply is September 9th 2019.

  • First-Year Student Webinars!

    First-year students can register for weekly webinars all summer to help support the transition to Queen’s. Hosted by staff and upper-year students, topics include course registration, living in residence, orientation week, academics, student life, study permits, and more! We look forward to connecting soon!

  • [image of dress]
    Agnes Etherington Art Centre

    The Spring/Summer 2019 exhibits at the Agnes launched on May 3.

  • [tour group on campus]
    Campus Tours

    The best way to get to know Queen's is by coming for a visit. Book a Campus Tour this summer.

  • [parents with students at graduation]
    For Parents and Guardians

    Visit our website regularly to find information and resources that will empower your student to succeed, both academically and personally, at Queen’s.

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