Queen’s Black Alumni Chapter (QBAC) is launching a kickoff event scheduled for Oct. 20 in Kingston during Homecoming.
Four master’s students in the School of Urban and Regional Planning (SURP) at Queen’s University have won the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (CMHC) challenge to bring fresh and innovative ideas to creating affordable rental housing in Canada.

Note: This article was originally written by Leigh Cameron in the Queen's Gazette

Galen Watts (Cultural Studies) secures one of five top spots in the 2018 SSHRC Storytellers contest.

Hunting, fishing, harvesting wild rice, and building your own shelter – DEVS 480 is a course unlike any other. These activities aren’t just worth marks, they are also what you need to do to keep your belly full and maintain a roof over your head.

It has been a year to celebrate for the Faculty of Arts and Science. Increased enrolment numbers, combined with significant efforts made towards campus diversification, the implementation of the first phase of the faculty renewal plan, and many more exciting initiatives are recognized and celebrated within the pages of the Faculty’s 2017–2018 Annual Review. Making this year’s edition even more significant is the fact that it serves to mark Dean Barbara Crow’s first year at Queen’s University.

Note: This article was originally published by the Queen's School of Graduate Studies

2018 Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Supervision — Recipients

On Wednesday, August 23, 21 teams competed for seed funding for their innovative start-ups at the Dunin-Desphande Queen’s Innovation Centre Summer Pitch Competition. Arts and Science students were among seven of the 21 teams competing.

Curious about the new Fall Term Break and how it will work?

Watch the short video below to find out what you'll need to know.

Note: This article was originally written by Anne Craig in the Queen's Gazette.

Queen’s University researcher John Smol earns elite recognition from Royal Society.

Queen’s University regrets to inform the community of the death of Dan School of Drama and Music Professor Kim Renders.

Kim, a pioneer in the Canadian theatre scene, passed away on July 17, 2018 in Kingston. Craig Walker, Director of the Dan School, says her death is a loss beyond Queen’s University.

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