Amazing Alumnae

Eight Alumnae Among Canada’s 100 Most Powerful Women

List is proof that Queen’s continues to produce Canada’s next generation of leaders, says Queen’s University Alumni Association president.

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.

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.

First Queen’s Alumna to Win Prestigious Chinese Scholarship

Heather Evans is one of 142 Schwarzman Scholars – picked from more than 4,000 applicants – to study at Tsinghua University in Beijing.

12 Alumnae Among Canada’s 100 Most Powerful Women

Notable Queen's alumnae are among 2017 Canada's most powerful women. 

Artsci Grad Becomes Canada’s First Inuk Heart Surgeon

Donna May Kimmaliardjuk, Artsci’11, is completely comfortable doing open-heart surgery every day as a resident at the University of Ottawa Heart Institute.

How Queen’s Inspired A CBC ‘Dragon’ And A Former Princeton University President

Shirley Tilghman, Artsci’68, DSc’02, is receiving the Alumni Achievement Award and Michele Romanow, Sc’07, MBA’08, is receiving the One to Watch Award at the QUAA Awards Gala.

Twelve Queen’s Alumnae Among Canada’s 100 Most Powerful Women

The CEO of Vale Canada and the head of Canada’s leading premium chocolate retailer are among the 12 Queen’s University alumnae named to this year’s list of Canada’s 100 most powerful business women