The university has embarked upon a mission to make the Anishinaabe First Nations People, Six Nations Confederacy, Two Row Wampum, Métis Nation, LGBTQ2S+ Pride, and Trans Pride flags visible throughout campus.
January 19, 2021
This year’s Kingston Climate Change Symposium, co-sponsored by Queen’s, focused on lessons being learned during the pandemic.
Principal Patrick Deane is moving closer to a new strategic framework through a series of town halls.
The Queen’s School of Policy Studies is laying out strategies for building a better society in the wake of COVID-19 in a series of white papers.
January 18, 2021
Queen’s researcher Christopher Cotton is one of the authors of “Building the Canadian Shield,” an approach that says a longer lockdown will save more lives and cost less economically.
A total of 426 varsity student-athletes were recognized for having earned at least a 3.5 grade-point average over the past academic year at Queen's.
Queen’s Engineering joins six Ontario universities in fellowship to increase diversity in engineering and technology.
The third-year Queen's commerce student is a standout on the rugby field, on the basketball court, and in the classroom.
January 14, 2021
The Conversation: Netflix series alludes to and obscures social, racial, and political tensions in England’s Regency era, the extraordinary decade that marks the dawn of the modern world.
Alireza Bakhshai has been recognized for contributions to the development of synchronization techniques for power electronics converters.
January 13, 2021