News

Queen’s updates Degree Level Expectations to better reflect our mission

Communications staff - May 18, 2022

Additional Degree Level Expectations to ensure students complete their studies with the ability to contribute to a diverse world in a more inclusive and equitable way.

Search committee formed for new Vice-Provost and Executive Director, Bader International Study Centre

Communications staff - May 16, 2022

The Office of the Principal and Vice-Chancellor is initiating a search for the next Vice-Provost and Executive Director of the Bader International Study Centre.

Queen’s joins the Moose Hide Campaign

Communications staff - May 13, 2022

Advocacy walk held in support of grassroots movement of Indigenous men and boys seeking to end violence against women and children.

Queen’s secures second consecutive top 10 position globally in Times Higher Education Impact Rankings

Communications staff - Apr 27, 2022

Queen’s places 7th in international rankings out of over 1,500 institutions in advancing the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals.

Artist chosen to create mural for Athletics and Recreation Centre

Communications staff - Apr 25, 2022

Anna Jane McIntyre’s illustration entitled “We!” symbolizes an opportunity to visibly illustrate the diversity of the Queen’s community.

Employee Experiences Survey to examine organizational culture

Communications staff - Apr 21, 2022

Queen’s employees will have an opportunity to share their views on their workplace experiences.

Special Recognition of Staff Awards Live Broadcast

Communications staff - Apr 14, 2022

The annual Special Recognition of Staff Awards was presented during a special ceremony on Thursday, April 14 at 5 p.m. at The Isabel.

University launches Principal’s Global Scholars and Fellows Program

Communications staff - Apr 06, 2022

Queen's increases support for forcibly displaced students, faculty, and researchers.

Queen’s economic and social impact

Communications staff - Apr 01, 2022

New Deloitte report highlights how Queen’s University generates over $1.6 billion annually in local economic and social benefits.

Creating meaningful change through the arts

Communications staff - Mar 28, 2022

Queen’s researcher, Ben Bolden, UNESCO Chair in Arts and Learning, is committed to improving access to arts education worldwide.

Queen’s building to serve as temporary home for Kingston Youth Shelter

Communications staff - Mar 25, 2022

Construction of sleeping pods at MacGillivray-Brown Hall will provide safe spaces for local youths.

Queen’s commits to reduce carbon footprint of university’s investment portfolios by 2030

Communications staff - Mar 15, 2022

Strategy calls to maintain significantly lower emissions than the global benchmark and drive meaningful change.