(Pictured above from left to right - Pradeep Kumar and Jason Foster, President of CIRA-ACRI)
Dr. Samosh earned his PhD from the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University with a specialization in Organizational Behaviour. Dr. Samosh also holds an MSc in Management from the Smith School of Business at Queen’s University, and an Hon. Business Admin. degree from the Ivey School of Business at Western University.
To see a list of graduates for Fall 2021 please click here
Dear 2021 Queen’s MIR Graduates,
I am particularly pleased, on behalf of myself and the faculty and staff of the MIR and PMIR programs, to extend our congratulations to you on the occasion of achieving the Queen’s MIR degree. This is a significant accomplishment, and we are very proud to have you join the ranks of the Queen’s MIR Alumni. Your class has been, quite simply, remarkable.
Congratulations to Adjunct Professor Tony Giles on being among the recipients of the Canadian Industrial Relations Association / Association canadienne des relations industrielles (CIRA-ACRI) Canadian Freedom of Association Award award.
The annual award recognizes an outstanding contribution on promoting understanding of, and compliance with international standards regarding the right to organize and bargain collectively, as those standards apply to Canada.
A silver lining of the remote delivery of the MIR program during 2020-21 academic year is that we were able to “bring in” an incredible number of our wonderful Alumni to speak virtually with our MIR class, in a variety of ways! It all began when we had an overwhelming response to our call for Orientation Week Alumni Roundtable participants - we needed to channel this generosity!
With deep sadness, we announce the death of alum, Susan Fitzgibbon, on April 14, 2021.
Susan held a BA and MA in Geography, and a Master of Industrial Relations, all from Queen’s.
Our condolences go out to Susan’s friends and family.
How will our graduate PMIR courses be delivered this summer and in Fall 2021/ Winter 2022 period? Some important information on our plans around Covid 19 and Remote Learning.
How will our graduate MIR courses be delivered in Fall 2021/ Winter 2022 period? Here are some questions you may be asking as we begin the 2021-22 year.
There is still time to learn about our graduate level programs and apply for the next intake period! Please join us to find out more about this exciting field of study!