Queen's Alumni Review
Find out about how Dr. Troy Day is using math to chart the course of the virus, five emerging researchers at Queen’s University that have been awarded new chairs, and about Tiff Macklem’s job to help steer the country’s economy during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The Class of 2020's final year was far from what they imagined, but it has united the newest group of Queen’s alumni in spirit and resolve.
Read the cover story by Dr. Anita Jack Davies, MEd’07, PhD’11, on engaging Queen’s alumni on issues of race.
The COVID-19 pandemic has challenged Canada and the Queen’s community to think creatively about how they can harness their expertise and research skills to help confront the crisis, socially, economically, politically, and technologically.
On Wednesday, June 30, Queen’s University Hong Kong Branch celebrated Canada Day with a virtual tour of Queen’s main campus.
On March 31, 2021, all alumni were asked to join the Queen’s Toronto alumni community for an one-hour informal and interactive discussion on self-care. Some great tips and resources to best nurture yourself and help manage anxiety and stress for a healthy body and mind were shared during this event.
On Saturday, Oct 17, we gathered virtually to celebrate the moments that unite us during Homecoming 2020.
Thank you for making a difference. We thank our generous donors for their support on National Philanthropy Day, November 15, 2020.
In the spirit of Queen's Day (Oct. 16), we wanted to show our appreciation to some of our alumni for their incredible contributions and impact on the Queen's University community. Watch how we surprised them. Queen's Day recognizes the day (Oct. 16, 1841) that the school received it's Royal Charter.