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.
University to recruit a top scholar to the university to work in imaging science, an emerging field that is revolutionizing art conservation.
As a student, Stephanie Beakbane, Artsci’12, made a gift to Queen’s to support mental health on campus. Today she continues to give her time and money because she believes it is making a difference.
Leslie O’Donoghue, Law’88, gives back to the community because it makes her happy “and for me, happiness leads to success.” Learn why the dedicated volunteer was honoured by the Calgary Branch on Nov. 7 with the Johnson Award.
"If you want to be the best, you've got to make a sufficient investment," says Queen’s parent and philanthropist Aubrey Dan on why he made a transformative gift to the Dan School of Drama and Music at Queen's University.