Gift Enhances Library’s Schulich-Woolf Rare Book Collection

Philanthropist Seymour Schulich donates three books, including one printed in 1477.

A Life Transformed, Black Awareness Heightened

Michael Coleman, Law’17, the co-founder of the Queen’s chapter of the Black Law Students’ Association of Canada, continues to mentor students while balancing a thriving legal career.

Jane Philpott named Dean of Faculty of Health Sciences at Queen's

Accomplished physician, educator, and politician will assume the role in July 2020.

Working to Improve Canada's Mental Health

Heather Stuart, the Bell Canada Mental Health and Anti-Stigma Chair at Queen’s, has increased her focus on connecting people with resources.

Tributes Pour In for Beloved Alumna Shirley Purkis

The proud Queen’s supporter and decades-long volunteer passed away on Jan. 23 at the age of 100.

Law’84 Alumna Wants to Improve Mental Health in the Legal Profession

Retired judge Anne-Marie Hourigan is now working with the Mental Health Commission of Canada to help both lawyers and inmates. 

More Students Eligible To Attend Queen’s Through Canada’s Most Prestigious Scholarship

The number of available Schulich Leader Scholarships is increasing – helping up to 10 Queen’s students develop into the next generation of technology innovators each year.

Queen’s Launches Memorial Fund to Honour Iranian Plane Crash Victims

Faculty of Arts and Science student Amir Moradi among the 176 people (including 57 Canadians) who perished on Jan. 8 near Tehran.

Women in Computing Conference Comes Full Circle

A Queen’s professor and alumnae help inspire and bring together leaders in research, education, and industry at one of Canada’s top computer conferences for women in technology.

Proposed Student Centre Design Wins National Architecture Award

John Deutsch University Centre (JDUC) recognized with 2019 Award of Excellence from Canadian Architect magazine for revitalization plans.

Seven Alumni and Professors Emeriti Appointed to Order of Canada

Governor General recognizes members of the Queen's community for their contributions ranging from health care reform to advancing women and minorities in the banking industry.