Alumni Profiles

Continuing a Tradition

John Bates, Artsci’84, and Sue Bates, Artsci’91, are buying used Queen’s jackets and donating them to current students.

Eight Alumnae Among Canada’s 100 Most Powerful Women

List is proof that Queen’s continues to produce Canada’s next generation of leaders, says Queen’s University Alumni Association president.

Chancellor Honoured For His Philanthropic Leadership

Jim Leech, MBA’73, named Outstanding Volunteer by the Greater Toronto Chapter of the Association of Fundraising Professionals.

Gordon and Katherine Keep Honoured by Vancouver Alumni Branch

Geology donors Gordon, Artsci’79, and Katherine Keep, Artsci’81, received this year’s Kathleen Beaumont Hill Award.

Celebrating Achievement

Biology graduate and international development expert has helped people in more than 60 countries over her 35-year career.

Engineering Alumnus Racing with Andretti Autosport

Dalton Kellett, Sc’15, says studying engineering at Queen’s makes him a better race car driver.

The Trailblazing Women of Queen’s

In honour of Persons Day and Women’s History Month, we look at some Queen’s alumnae who inspire others.

Tribute Event Honours Alumnus

Gordon Vogt Film Screening Room dedication on Oct. 2 featured a silent film screening with a live musical soundtrack. 

Three Law Alumni Among Canadian Lawyer's Top 25 Legal Influencers

Esi Codjoe, Frank Walwyn, and Thomas Cromwell make the list because of their level of respect, and ability to influence public opinion and help shape the laws of Canada.

Queen’s Gave Japanese-Canadian Internment Camp Survivor a Second Chance

“Queen’s did not judge him by his family heritage … only by his capabilities and potential,” says son of Howie (Hisao) Toda, Sc’52, during memorial bench ceremony.

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