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Nominations open for annual awards that recognize students for campus and community impact

Faculty, staff, local community members and peers are invited to recognize students who display extraordinary leadership at Queen’s and in their communities. Nominations for Student Affairs’ annual awards are open until March 1, 2021.

The Equity, Diversity, Inclusivity and Indigenization Impact Award is presented to Queen’s students, individuals, and groups, who have shown their commitment to empowering the diversity of the Queen’s community and have worked to further understand the interplay and intersections among different identities.

The Peer Leadership Award is presented to students who through their commitment, skill, dedication, and interest in helping others, have exemplified excellence in peer-to-peer assistance and outreach.

Named in honour of Brian Yealland, the Chaplain at Queen’s University for 32 years, the Brian Yealland Community Leadership Award is presented to Queen’s students, individuals, or groups, who work with and encourage youth who are experiencing social, behavioral, economic or other challenges by helping them realize their worth as individuals and their potential to achieve. 

More information about these and other awards and funding programs is available on the Division of Student Affairs Website.