Alumni Profiles

Law’90 Graduate Recognized for Taking Indigenous Trade Global

Wayne Garnons-Williams lobbies to change government laws and policies to improve Indigenous economic trade rights.

Queen’s Honours Doug Hargreaves

The university renames the main thoroughfare through West Campus as Hargreaves Way. 

Bringing Together the Queen’s and Indigenous Communities

David Sharpe, Law’95, hopes his gift to fund the Indigenous Knowledge Initiative at Queen’s will help create a more welcoming environment for Indigenous students and faculty.

Meet the New Law Dean

Mark Walters, Law’89 alumnus and former faculty member, returns to lead the Faculty of Law’s next phase of remarkable development. 

Four Alumni Seek Grey Cup as CFL Season Gets Underway

The 2019 Canadian Football League season is underway, and four former Gaels are vying for the Grey Cup.

Seven Honorary Degrees Being Conferred During Spring Convocation

The presentation of honorary degrees is one of the many traditions of convocation at Queen’s University. This spring, seven recipients will be honoured during the ceremonies.

Former Lawyer Chooses Non-Profit Work over Legal Career

Former AMS President James Hughes, Com’87, left his law firm for a more rewarding career helping others.

Alumnus Recognized for Inspiring Students

Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching recipient Steve Lamontagne, Artsci’15, MSc’17, PhD’21, finds unique ways — such as a tweet from the principal — to motivate his students.

Stem-Cell Trailblazer wins Prestigious Award

Dr. Connie Eaves, Arts'64, MA'66, earned the prestigious Canada Gairdner Wightman Award for her paradigm-shifting cancer research.

Alumni Association to Honour “World's Most Admired Central Banker”

Former Bank of Canada Governor and Chancellor Emeritus David Dodge, Arts’65, LLD’02, is receiving the Alumni Achievement Award on April 6.

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