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Winter Applications Are Now Open!

Planning to start your online degree, certificate, or courses with us this Winter 2020? Applications are now open! Ready to apply? Submit your application...Read More

ASO Student Portrait Photo Contest

Calling all photography-savvy ASO students! Here at ASO, we are in the process of re-designing the look and feel of our website. One of the things we'd like to do is update our...Read More

Available: Teaching Assistant / Academic Assistant Position for WRIT 265

We're hiring! Queen's Arts and Science Online is seeking a Teaching Assistant/Academic Assistant for...Read More

Congratulations to our 2019 ASO graduates!

A huge congratulations to the 44 Arts and Science Online students who graduated this June from their online degrees and/or certificates...Read More

Available: Teaching Positions for PSYC 221 Cognitive Psychology

Interested in teaching online for PSYC 221...Read More

Get to Know Our Online Students - 2018 Lifestyle Survey Results

Curious to know about who our distance students are in Arts and Science Online? Check out...Read More

New Multimedia Informed Consent Protocol to Remove Barriers to Equity

The Faculty Office has adopted Informed Consent 2.0 - the Multimedia Informed Consent Protocol developed by Rebecca Sweetman, Instructional Design...Read More

Available: Teaching Assistant / Academic Assistant Positions for WRIT 120

Queen's ASO is seeking Teaching Assistants / Academic Assistants this Summer 2019 Term for...Read More

Available: Associate Director, Instructional Design and Curriculum Development Position

Queen's Arts and Science Online is hiring ! We are seeking an Instructional Designer with exceptional leadership skills to join our dynamic team as the Associate Director,...Read More

Queen’s program teaches policy makers & development professionals how to use evidence to better measure impact and finance their projects

The prevalence of poorly designed or executed policies and projects is no secret to practitioners. From water supply programs that fail to counter waterborne disease, to education programs that have...Read More