Arts & Science In the News

Dr. Elizabeth Goodyear-Grant (Political Studies) has been awarded the 2020 Faculty of Arts and Science Award for Excellence in Graduate Teaching. The award, given annually by the Faculty of Arts and Science, recognizes faculty members who, in the judgement of their graduate students, have made outstanding contributions to promoting graduate student excellence.

The Queen’s community and the Faculty of Arts and Science is remembering Robert (Bob) Pike, a Professor Emeritus in the Department of Sociology, who died Saturday, Jan. 9. He was 82.

Dr. Pike grew up in England and attended the London School of Economics, graduating with a BA in Economics and Sociology (1961), and then his master’s. He would then travel to Australia and earn the first-ever PhD in sociology from the Australian National University.

P. Andrew Evans is the first researcher at a Canadian university to earn the Harry and Carol Mosher Award

New guidelines provide opportunities for people to get healthy 24 hours a day

Robert Ross, Ian Janssen, Jennifer Tomason, Amy Latimer-Cheung

With COVID-19 posing many challenges to overall physical and mental health, it is more important than ever for people to have a clear understanding of what they can do throughout the day to stay healthy.