Queen's Alumni Review
Read about Dr. David Card (Artsci’78, LLD’99), winner of the 2021 Nobel Memorial Prize for Economic Sciences, an award he shares with Dr. Joshua D. Angrist of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Dr. Guido W. Imbens of Stanford University. Learn about Queen's Writer in Residence, El Akkad, who won the 2021 Scotiabank Giller Prize for his most recent book, What Strange Paradise.
As the School of Nursing celebrates its 80th anniversary, alumni reflect on how the profession has changed, and how they have changed with it, read about how celebrated author Helen Humphreys goes back in time on a personal journey to a lost world while inspired by the Fowler Herbarium, how Queen's is helping to find a cure to cancer, and climate research.
Take an in-depth look at how Queen’s has become first in Canada, Fifth in the World, in an influential new ranking and uncover how an award-winning photograph by an alumnus illustrates how Queen’s researchers are combating a global problem: algae.
On June 9, 2022, the Queen’s University Alumni Association hosted its first-ever hybrid QUAA Awards Gala. Hosted by Lisa Hood, Artsci’04, this fully immersive hybrid gala was designed to bring the entire alumni community together to connect, celebrate, and share in tricolour traditions.
On May 19, six Queen’s University alumni from various disciplines volunteered their time to speak to an intimate group of recent graduates at The Golden Ticket event. They shared their experiences, words of encouragement, and a few ingredients that if combined could be a recipe to future success.
On March 31, Principal and Vice-Chancellor Patrick Deane hosted Re-imagining Education for Impact, an in-person and virtual event at the Fermenting Cellar in Toronto’s Distillery District.
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.