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In The News

PPS is constantly making a positive change within the Queen's community. 

Here are just a few notable times that PPS made the headlines.  

Green Initiatives Moving Full Steam Ahead

A Look Inside Mitchell Hall

Mitchell Hall is Ready to Open its Doors 

Sustainable Kingston and Queen's University Partnership Signing

Tree Being Removed Near Summerhill

Campus Construction - Details About Summer 2018 Construction

Raising Awareness about Deaf Culture - Building Inclusion into the Workplace

Summer Sustainability - Energy Management Program

Engineering Teaching and Learning Lab - A Functional, Collaborative, and Vibrant Environment

West Campus District Energy Conversion

Community Garden Plots at Queen's University - Sustainability

Student-Focused Renovations at Mackintosh-Corry Hall

Real-World Learning, Real-World Impact - Connor Reed

Livable Cities Design Award of Excellence - Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts

Queen's Buys St Mary's of the Lake Hospital Property

Innovation and Wellness Centre Progress - Glass, Metal, and Stone Come Together On IWC Project

Wellness Services Will Be Increased With The New Innovation and Wellness Centre

Remembering Fifth Field Company

CKWS - Utilities Kingston Cheque Presentation and Conservation Efforts Coverage - "Queen's University Invests 10.7 Million Dollars In Water and Energy Conservation

Utilities Kingston Cheque Presentation - "Funding Powers Sustainability Efforts"

Theological Hall Room Renovation - "New Theological Hall "White Room" Revealed Following Renovations"

Dumpster Art - "From Trash to Treasure"

Reducing Queen's University's Carbon Footprint at Chernoff Hall - "Creating a Smaller Carbon Footprint"

Central Heating Plant - "Reducing Energy Demand"

Drop Bike - "Bikesharing Service Moves Into High Gear"

Safety First at Innovation and Wellness Centre - "Innovation and Wellness Centre Project Boosts Safety Precautions" 


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