The Conversation: Natural language coding means that people won’t need to learn specialized coding languages to write programs or design websites. But large corporations will control the means of translation.
September 24, 2021
A new student-designed mural on campus brings a message about consent in all its forms.
September 23, 2021
Day of reflection to include a sacred fire gathering, campus-wide moment of silence, and educational opportunities.
Student Wellness Services adapts to increase access and support during the pandemic.
September 22, 2021
The Fowler Herbarium, a museum of over 140,000 dried plant specimens, is critical for identifying, monitoring, and conserving plant biodiversity in Eastern Ontario.
The new Education Leaders-in-Residence Program will help faculty members bring new pedagogical practices to the university.
September 21, 2021
Patients in most countries do not have access to basic cancer medicines, according to new research from Christopher Booth (Oncology) and collaborators at the World Health Organization (WHO).
Queen’s University has entered into an international partnership with the Government of Egypt to train their next generation of experts in the field of artificial intelligence and data science.
September 20, 2021
The Conversation: Inuit living in their traditional territory must travel long distances — often with no personal support — for specialized health-care services like cancer care, obstetrics and dialysis.
September 15, 2021
Second-Year Stride Week offers in-person and online programming, resources and events to help second-year students settle into campus life and community.