Queen’s University Alumni Association (QUAA) is proud to recognize the achievements of outstanding alumni at the annual Alumni Awards Gala.
Award recipients are made up of alumni, faculty, students, and volunteers, many of whom are leaders in their communities and innovators in their field. However, the majority of nominations could not be facilitated for 2021 due to COVID-19. We are now accepting nominations to celebrate our accomplished alumni.
Nominations are Open for 2022 Alumni Awards
Do you know someone who's a leader, supports their community, and deserves to be recognized? Nominate them for our 2022 Gala Awards before June 2, 2021. QUAA encourages nominations of all qualified and deserving individuals. Queen's and QUAA are committed to equity, diversity, and welcome nominations of eligible Queen's alumni, faculty, students, and volunteers of all races, ethnicities, ages, abilities, sexual orientations, and gender identities. If you'd like more information about the nomination process and awards, please contact Natalie Shearer.
Congratulations to our 2021 Alumni Award Recipients
Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching - Dr. Anne Petitjean
Dr. Petitjean is both a leader and advocate for science education in the Queen's community. She goes above and beyond to ensure her classroom is inclusive for all students and is a valued mentor within the Department of Chemistry.
Queen's Student Alumni Association Volunteer of Distinction Award - Alyssa Martschenko, Artsci'21
Alyssa Martschenko, Artsci`21, has completed her second year with QSAA and has achieved exceptional levels of brand awareness and engagement. She was the driving force behind the Alumni and local business highlight project and creating visually engaging online educational and awareness content with the help of her team that has established a strong and consistent brand identity. Alyssa’s involvement beyond QSAA has also allowed exceptional reach and influence with the Queen’s community through StudioQ, Queen's University Ukrainian Students' Association, the Alma Mater Society and Queen's Project on International Development.