Queen’s Graduate English Society (GES)
The Graduate English Society (GES) consists of all graduate students registered at Queen’s University in the graduate program of the Department of English Language and Literature for the current term; it is an organization through which students can voice and address concerns common to the graduate student body. To represent the interests of its members, the GES sends delegates to meetings, sponsors social and academic functions, and keeps the membership informed of all activities of interest. The GES strives to foster a mutually respectful, supportive, and inclusive community. Social, political, and professional interests specific to the English graduate student body shape the GES’s goals and guide its actions.
- To learn more, visit the GES website.
- Follow on the Queen’s GES on Facebook.
- To contact the GES co-Presidents, contact Meghan Burry.
Scholars of Colour at Watson Hall
The Scholars of Colour at Watson Hall comprises graduate students of colour in the departments of English Languages & Literature, History, Philosophy and Classics.
The Scholars of Colour provide a supportive community for graduate students of colour, hosts events and workshops, and works to make resources on campus accessible to all students.
Spotlight on Research
English PhD Candidate Rachel Friars has just published an article entitled "#AcademicTwitter: Research Communities and Pandemic Networking" in ACCUTE'S winter 2022 edition of The Angle.