Alumni Achievement

Stephen Smith, Sc’72, to be Inducted into Canadian Business Hall of Fame

The engineering alumnus, who donated $50 million to Queen’s in 2015, is one of Canada’s top entrepreneurs. 

Engineering Alumnus Racing with Andretti Autosport

Dalton Kellett, Sc’15, says studying engineering at Queen’s makes him a better race car driver.

The Trailblazing Women of Queen’s

In honour of Persons Day and Women’s History Month, we look at some Queen’s alumnae who inspire others.

Queen's Legal Aid Director and Alumna Appointed to Nunavut Court of Justice

Former Director of Queen's Legal Aid is now a judge in the Nunavut Court of Justice. 

Bettering the Student Experience for His Peers Earns Law’19 Student Top Queen’s Award

Queen's Law student Adam Grotsky, Law'19, Artsci'16, is the newest inductee into the Tricolour Society. 

Alumna Called the “Best Lawyer for Aboriginal Law in Canada.”

Jaimie Lickers, Artsci’03, Law’07, has argued several precedent-setting cases in front of the Supreme Court of Canada.

A Minute in History

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

Building Teacher Networks Across Borders

A group of teacher-candidates travels to Africa in support of 1 Million Teachers, a startup created by a Queen's alumnus.

The Path to NASA

Astronaut Dr. Andrew Feustel, PhD'95, DSc'16, will serve as flight engineer and later as commander of the ISS. Learn more about his journey from Queen's University to NASA.  

Life After ArtSci: One Faculty, Two Alumni Stories

Not all successful entrepreneurs are necessarily business grads. Scott Megginson, Artsci'89, and Sharon D'Acre, Artsci'96, took part in the inaugural Life After ArtSci Summit and shared just how their Arts and Science degree prepared them for successful careers in this Q&A.

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