Queen’s University and the Faculty of Arts and Science is proud to announce a partnership with world-renowned Canadian photographer, and Queen’s Honorary Doctorate recipient (2007),Edward Burtynsky to help realize his new public art piece titled Standing Whale.

With more than 120 online courses on offer and over 130 of experience in distance learning, Arts and Science Online (ASO) is renowned for its innovative and diverse approaches to education.

Students chose online learning for a variety of reasons, including distance students pursuing a degree, a professional looking to earn a certificate or an on-campus student looking for interesting courses to take during their studies.

As part of a bundled science announcement made today by the Minister of Innovation, Science, and Industry, François-Philippe Champagne five researchers at Queen’s University have been named Tier 1 Canada Research Chairs (CRC) – including two new appointments and three renewals. The prestigious honour recognizes outstanding researchers acknowledged by their peers as world leaders in their fields.

With support from the Government of Canada's New Frontiers in Research Fund, new research extending the lifespan of metals could save billions across the infrastructure, microchip, and health care industries.

The Faculty of Arts and Science has subsidized the attendance fee of 25 students attending the 10th annual Women in Science and Engineering Conference: Above and Beyond. The funding will come from the Faculty’s Equity, Diversity, Inclusion, and Indigenization Fund.

The Faculty of Engineering is also providing funding for 25 students to attend the conference.