News Stories

Celebrating 100 Years of Commerce

Digital storytelling campaign showcases the breadth and depth of the program’s 100-year legacy.

Nobel Chemistry Prize Winner to Inspire Queen’s Students, Researchers

Nobel Prize Inspiration Initiative brings research leaders to campus on Sept. 25 to meet and share inspirational stories with the public and the next generation of scientists.

Agnes Etherington Art Centre Debuts National Rembrandt Tour

Campus art museum is first stop on Queen’s-curated tour of famed artist’s works and influences.

School of Computing Celebrates 50th Anniversary

While computing technology has changed immensely over the past five decades, a strong sense of community remains for alumni, students, staff, and faculty members.

Federal Funding for Women Entrepreneurs in Kingston

Queen’s University to receive up to $3.2M to support and strengthen business ventures led by women.

Land Donation gives Queen’s Access to Unique Ecosystem

The Bayview Bog, which took thousands of years to develop, can now be used by professors and students for fieldwork and research.

International Alumni Step Up to Help Student Entrepreneurs

An alumni network made up of seven cities around the world is mentoring students who want to expand their businesses globally.

Queen’s Remembers Principal Emerita Karen Hitchcock

First woman to serve as principal and vice-chancellor of Queen's University died July 10 at her home near Albany, N.Y.

Celebrating 25 Years at The Castle

Alumni from as far away as Singapore and Hong Kong gathered in England for the 25th anniversary of the Bader International Study Centre.

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. 

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