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  • Feature Story: Tom Hollenstein November 2020

    While some adults may be struggling through the constant changes brought on by the pandemic, Tom Hollenstein says most adolescents are resilient and have the ability to adapt easily.

    Read Tom's full story here

  • Feature Story: Fall Convocation 2020 Video

    Congratulations Class of 2020! You have demonstrated grit, determination, resilience, a love of learning, a willingness to explore ideas and shared your passion. Take the time to reflect and celebrate all of the hard work and the accomplishments that have brought you to this moment. Queen's Psychology Faculty share their thoughts and best wishes in this video.

    Read the full congratulations message an watch the video

  • Feature Story: Graduate Fall 2020 Convocation

    Each year Queen’s University, like so many universities around the world, invites its students to a convocation ceremony to mark their transition from students to graduates. The convocation ceremony is one of the most joyful celebrations we hold on the campus.

    Read the full Convocation story here

  • Feature Story: Chelsea Wood-Ross, October 2020

    Queen’s Psychology first year PhD student Chelsea Wood-Ross has recently published her work, “Brain of Thrones: Cognitive Effort and Perceived Performance During a Cognitive Task in Major Depressive Disorder” in the journal Cognitive Therapy and Research.

    Read Chelsea's full story here

  • COVID-19 Resource Page