Alumni Profiles

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.

Law Grad Becomes Jeopardy! Champion

Jordan Nussbaum, Law’15, wins $17,800 on popular TV quiz show.

Filmmaker and Photographer’s Career Is Clicking

Justin Wu, Artsci’08, has worked with everyone from Bella Hadid to Jay-Z and Jeremy Irons.

Alumna Called the “Best Lawyer for Aboriginal Law in Canada.”

Jaimie Lickers, Artsci’03, Law’07, has argued several precedent-setting cases in front of the Supreme Court of Canada.

“Literally the Only Thing Keeping Me Alive Was Being in School”

A car accident in 2010 ended Jane van de Ven-Dantes’ bedside nursing career, but “life-changing” support from Queen’s gives her story a happy ending.

New Alumni Association President Focused on Helping Volunteers

Jeremy Mosher, Artsci’08, wants to bring volunteers together to share and learn from each other.

‘Queen’s is a Place of Service’ says Agnes Benidickson Award Recipient

Former Queen’s Board of Trustee member Kathleen Macmillan, Artsci’78, to receive the highest honour bestowed by the Ottawa Alumni Branch.

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