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HR Intranet

Human Resources has created a new intranet to house all resources for staff and faculty. 

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Pensioners and Retirees

Our comprehensive retiree benefits plan helps you manage routine and unexpected costs while protecting you and your family's health. 

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Our Commitment to Employment Equity

The University acknowledges its responsibility to maintain an employment equity program, including processes, plans and procedures, that address the historic under-representation in the employment of women, members of visible minorities and racialized groups, Indigenous peoples, persons with disabilities, 2SLGBTQ+ persons and other such groups designated by legislation or otherwise. 


Queen's Gazette

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Sophie de Goede

May 26, 2022

de Goede receives national recognition

Gaels rugby and basketball star is one of the recipients of the 2022 Lois and Doug Mitchell U SPORTS Athletes of the Year Awards.

May 25, 2022

Community garden pilot to grow employee health and wellness

Located in the courtyard adjacent to Jeffery Hall, communal garden plots will be available this season for Queen’s employees as part of a pilot initiative.

[Collage of photos with text: Art of Research photo contest]

May 25, 2022

Cast your vote for the Art of Research

The public has until June 2 to vote for their favourite Queen's research photo in the People’s Choice category.

A woman enters an MRI machine for a brain scan.

May 24, 2022

Cancer groundshot: Access to proven treatments must parallel development of new therapies

The Conversation: Globally, most cancer patients die not because they don’t have access to newer drugs, but because they don’t have access to even basic treatments.

Land Acknowledgement 

Let us acknowledge that Queen's is situated on traditional Anishinaabe and Haudenosaunee territory. We are grateful to be able to live, learn, play, and work on these lands and waterways.