Schulich Leader Scholarships Awarded to 10 Queen’s Students

Canada’s most prestigious STEM scholarships, worth up to $100,000, supports the next generation of entrepreneurial-minded, technology innovators.

Awards Gala Celebrates Queen’s Most Accomplished Alumni

Ten graduates — including an employment law pioneer and dedicated Indigenous leader — and one organization will be honoured by the Queen’s University Alumni Association on April 4.

More Students Eligible To Attend Queen’s Through Canada’s Most Prestigious Scholarship

The number of available Schulich Leader Scholarships is increasing – helping up to 10 Queen’s students develop into the next generation of technology innovators each year.

Design rendering of the revitalized JDUC
Rendering courtesy HDR + MJMA.

Proposed Student Centre Design Wins National Architecture Award

John Deutsch University Centre (JDUC) recognized with 2019 Award of Excellence from Canadian Architect magazine for revitalization plans.

Brian Osborne, Duncan Sinclair, Peter Harrison
Professors emeriti Brian Osborne, Duncan Sinclair, PhD’63, LLD’00, and Peter Harrison.

Seven Alumni and Professors Emeriti Appointed to Order of Canada

Governor General recognizes members of the Queen's community for their contributions ranging from health care reform to advancing women and minorities in the banking industry.

Deborah Shannon Trudeau
International Women's Forum President Deborah Shannon Trudeau, Artsci’76. (Photo courtesy IWF)

Nine Alumnae Among Canada’s 100 Most Powerful Women

Queen’s graduates honoured for being exceptional leaders and making a difference in fields such as finance, insurance, military, and manufacturing.  

Students Plan to Make a Difference

Hear how four recipients of Canada’s most prestigious scholarship in science, technology, engineering, and math plan to change the world.

The 2019 Distinguished Service Award recipients
Principal Patrick Deane, left, and Chancellor Jim Leech, right, presented this year's recipients of the Distinguished Service Award. From second left: Provost Tom Harris; Yolande Chan; Merv Daub; Jill Atkinson, representing Sue Blake; Chris Tabor; and Janean Sergeant. (Photo by Bernard Clark)

Six Recognized with Distinguished Service Award

Four alumni among the group honoured by University Council for their exemplary service to Queen's.

Ian Wilson, Britton Smith, and Aubrey Dan.
Ian Wilson, Britton Smith, and Aubrey Dan.

Improving Health Care, the Arts, and Access to Public Records Earns Order of Canada Honours

Former Chief Librarian and Archivist of Canada Ian Wilson, Arts’67, MA’74, LLD’09, and well-known Queen’s benefactors Britton Smith, LLD’09, and Aubrey Dan are among the 83 recipients.

James Hughes

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.