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  • Gerald J.S. Wilde, Emeritus Professor in the Department of Psychology, died on 1st January 2019 in Oaxaca, Mexico at the age of 86.
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  • Feature Story: Barrie Frost, November 2018

    Barrie J. Frost, MA, PhD, LLD (h.c.), FRSC, FAAAS, FCPA, and Emeritus Professor in Psychology at Queen's University in Kingston, Ontario, died peacefully on October 4th 2018 at the age of 79 after a courageous battle with cancer. His wife Ginny and his sons, Andrew, Tim, and Hugh were with him.
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  • QChaT was founded by Steve Lamontagne (PSYC PhD student) in 2017 to encourage undergraduate students to connect with graduate students in Psychology.
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  • Feature Story: Kalee DeFrance, September 2018

    Congratulations to Queen’s Psychology’s Kalee DeFrance on being awarded the prestigious Michael Smith award from the Social Science and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC).
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  • Feature Story: New Faculty 2018

    The Queen’s Psychology community is very excited welcome for the fall of 2018 our newest faculty members Dr. Luis Flores, Dr. David Hauser, Dr. Tim Salomons, Dr. Jeremy Stewart, Dr. Anita Tusche, and Dr. Sari van Anders.
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  • Feature Story: Wendy Craig, July 2018

    On June 29, Queen’s University’s Head of Psychology, Wendy Craig, was appointed an Officer to the Order of Canada by Governor General Julie Payette. Dr. Craig’s appointment was in recognition of her seminal research on bullying and its impact on youth, as well as her groundbreaking efforts to link basic research, public policy, and community action together to solve the issue.
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  • A total of 24 Queen’s University researchers are recipients of more than $3 million in combined funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC). The Insight and Partnership Grants programs are designed to support their work in a range of disciplines that build knowledge and understanding about people, societies, and the world.
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