Alumni Profiles

Remembering A Visionary Who Helped Revitalize University Avenue

Each and every day, thousands of Queen’s students, unbeknownst to them, benefit from the vision and generosity of alumnus Pat McNally, Sc’39.

Vancouver Branch Honours Nursing Grad With Kathleen Beaumont Hill Award

Dr. Heather F. Clarke, NSc’66, is being honored for her dedication to Queen’s and the School of Nursing.

Artist Celebrates The Doors Of Queen’s

Judith Gould, MEd'93, has produced a Doors of Queen’s University poster featuring 16 of her watercolour paintings of the most popular doorways on campus.

The Doctor With A Passion For Teaching

Michelle Gibson, MEd’13, is this year’s recipient of the Alumni Award for Excellence in Teaching.

One Student’s Journey From Heartbreak To Graduation

Melanie Gray, Artsci'16, considered dropping out of Queen's after her mom died of cancer in 2014. A "life-changing' bursary allowed her to stay in school.

Alumnus Receives Major Public Relations Award

Daniel Tisch, Artsci’88, MBA’96, is this year’s recipient of the Philip A. Novikoff Memorial Award from the Canadian Public Relations Society.

Making the Most of Your Gift –Donate Marketable Securities

Have you already decided how much you would like to give to your favourite charity? If so, you might want to consider donating publicly listed securities instead of cash.

Alumni Walking 500 Miles To Fight Parkinson’s Disease

Harry McMurty, Artsci’85, Law’89, and Sue Thompson, Artsci/PHE’87, MA’89, will stop in Kingston June 4-5 during their New York-to-Toronto fundraising walk.

Giving Back To the Program That Shaped Their Lives

They took classes in basements, had a hotel for a residence, and spent a lot of their time trying to explain to people what Rehabilitation Therapy was.

Start Spreading The News About The Queen’s New York City Alumni Branch

Joining the New York City Alumni Branch is a great way for alumni to stay in touch with their Queen's and Canadian roots.

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