Awards

Alumna Receives Award from Women in Mining Canada

This award is being presented in recognition of the role Dr. Jamieson has played in mentoring, supporting and guiding young women in their studies and helping them in the early days of their mining careers.

Awards Gala Honours Trailblazers and Community Builders

The QUAA Awards Gala on April 6 is a celebration of Queen’s most accomplished alumni.

Leading the Charge for Same-Sex Parental Equality

Alumni Humanitarian Award recipient Kirsti Mathers McHenry, Law’03, gave Ontario its push to reform parental recognition law.

Alumna Passionate about Sharing Black History

Judith Brown, Arts’70, has been advocating for the African and Caribbean communities on campus and in Kingston for decades.

Five Alumni Named to the Order of Canada

Brent Belzberg, Lyse Doucet, Ross D. Feldman, Gordon Gray, and Gregory Zeschuk will receive one of the country’s highest honours.

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.

Schulich Leader Scholarships Awarded to Four Queen’s Students

The scholarships – worth $80,000 or $100,000 – are among Canada’s largest and most prestigious awards for science, technology, engineering, and math students.

‘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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