The Queen's University Alumni Association (QUAA) is proud to recognize the achievements of outstanding alumni and students at the annual QUAA Awards Gala. Recipients of these awards demonstrate the best qualities of the Queen’s community and illustrate the impact our alumni have on the world.
The 2023 Gala Awards feature several exciting changes to better reflect the exceptional contributions of the Queen’s alumni community in all its diversity.
The Alumni Achievement Award is now the Distinguished Alumni Achievement Award and remains the highest honour presented by the QUAA.
The Outstanding Alumni Achievement Award is a new award that recognizes mid-career alumni who are making significant contributions in their field, setting an example for future alumni to follow.
The Alumni Global Citizenship Award, formerly the Alumni Humanitarian Award, recognizes an individual or group of alumni for distinguished work or volunteer service which has helped others at home or abroad.
The Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Indigenization (EDII) Award, formerly the Alumni Mentorship Award, recognizes alumni who have made a significant contribution through mentorship, advocacy, or guidance to either an individual or group and advances EDII.
The terms of the Marsha Lampman Volunteer Award, formerly the Marsha Lampman Branch Volunteer Award, have broadened to include branch, chapter, and reunion volunteers to recognize the growing diversity of Queen’s alumni volunteers.
Join us in celebrating their wide-ranging contributions and exceptional volunteerism at the QUAA Awards Gala on June 17.