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Challenging themselves

The Dean’s Changemaker Challenge hosted its fall pitch competition last week with eight teams vying for funding to develop a new business venture. The Challenge is a hands-on learning opportunity for students to collaborate with other undergraduate students from across the Faculty and make meaningful changes in ways that matter.

Remembering the victims of Dec. 6

For the first time since the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic, the Queen’s community will be joining together in person without gathering restrictions for a live ceremony to mark the National Day of Remembrance and Action on Violence Against Women on Dec. 6.

Earning Their Place in History

ASUS celebrates 132 years with first all-women executive, council In 1890, the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) was established as the all-male Arts Society and took the name ASUS after merging with the all-female Levana Society in 1967. The fundamental purpose of the Society is to enhance the educational experience of Arts and Science students in and out of the classroom and to represent and advocate on behalf of the student body to the faculty and administration.

Mentors Help Navigate Graduate Process

Now entering its fourth year, the Faculty of Arts and Science Grad Mentor program is a peer mentoring program that connects prospective students with current MA and PhD students to aid them in their decision-making process.

A true champion for women honoured

A true champion for women in the technology industry, Faculty of Arts and Science Professor Wendy Powley has earned yet another honour for supporting gender diversity in computing.

Two alumni named to Order of Ontario

The former speaker of the Ontario legislature and the creator of an Indigenous charitable foundation focused on reconciliation are two Queen’s alumni who are among the 24 new appointments to the Order of Ontario the province’s highest honour.