Student Stories

Four Queen's students receive Canada’s largest STEM scholarship

Schulich Leaders receive $100,000 or $80,000 scholarships for undergraduate study.

Opening the Door for Outstanding Students

Schulich Leaders met with Karen Bertrand, Vice-Principal (Advancement) to share how their scholarships have provided the opportunity to pursue their studies at Queen’s.

Students Recognized for Distinguished Service to the University

The Agnes Benidickson Tricolour Award is the highest honours a student can receive from Queen's University.

Elder-in-Residence Position Empowers Education Students

Donor-funded position helps students learn and teach Indigenous studies.

Six Students Inducted Into Tricolour Society

This year’s Tricolour Award recipients are among the “best of the best” students at Queen’s, says Rector Cam Yung, Artsci’17.

Four students at Queen’s receive Canada’s largest STEM scholarship

Schulich Leader Scholarships were created by philanthropist Seymour Schulich to encourage high school graduates to embrace STEM fields (Science, Technology, Engineering, Mathematics).

New QSAA President to Help Students Make Successful Transition After Graduation

Max Garcia and a team of student volunteers prepare students for life after Queen’s.

Working for QSAA Has ‘Made Me Grow as a Leader’ says Volunteer of the Year Award Recipient

Anisha Jain, Artsci’17, will be honoured at QUAA Awards Gala on April 8.

Five Distinguished Students to Receive Agnes Benidickson Tricolour Award

Induction into the Tricolour Society is one of the oldest and highest honours a student can receive from the university.

Former Queen’s Rector to Receive Outstanding Student Award from Alumni Association

Mike Young, Artsci’16, to be honoured at QUAA Gala Awards Dinner on April 8 for his dedication to the Queen's community.

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