Research / Impact Profiles

Nobel Laureates Share Their Thoughts on Research Success

Nobel Prize Inspiration Initiative excites sold-out audience at Queen’s University.

Supporting the Future of Research

Federal Minister Kirsty Duncan visits Queen’s to make major national funding announcement in support of graduate and post-doctoral research.

Bridging the Gap Between Science and Art

A lab affiliated with the Beaty Water Research Centre participated in a creative collaboration with Art the Science.

A Minute in History

Queen's University professor and alumnus Steven Maynard, MA'87, consults on first-ever LGBTQ Heritage Minute.

Stop the Stigma: Q&A with Bell Mental Health Research Chair Dr. Heather Stuart

In honour of Bell Let's Talk Day, former rector Mike Young, Artsci'16 sat down for a Q&A with Dr. Heather Stuart, Bell Mental Health and Anti-Stigma Research Chair. Watch Dr. Stuart share her 5 tips to learn how you can help. 

Bell Let’s Talk and Queen’s renew partnership in Mental Health Research

Heather Stuart remembers the first time she spoke with Mary Deacon, chair of the Bell Let’s Talk mental health initiative, a national program dedicated to moving mental health forward in Canada.

Speaking Out Against Stigma

For 20-plus years, Queen's researcher Dr. Heather Stuart has been inspiring conversation about mental illness.

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.

Alumni, Patricia and Gordon Gray, Contribute to Nobel-Winning Research in Astrophysics

Walk into Gordon and Patricia Gray’s Toronto-area home and the first thing you’ll notice is the chair.

Nurturing A Supportive Community

Queen's is not just a place to learn, but a place to live, work and grow. Physical and mental wellness are interconnected and both are essential for academic and personal success for students.

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