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RELS Undergraduate Student Interviewed on GRAD CHAT

RELS Undergraduate Student Interviewed on GRAD CHAT Radio Program

Our very own RELS undergraduate student, Meghan O'Sullivan, became the first ever undergraduate student to be interviewed on GRAD CHAT, a radio program sponsored by the School of Graduate Studies.

Meghan presented at Queen's Inquiry at Queen's Undergraduate Research Conference that took place this past March where she met Colette Steer, host of Grad Chat.  She has hopes of continuing her studies at Graduate School, so Colette invited her to speak about her research on the program.

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RELS Faculty Participate at Queen's Northern Research Symposium

RELS Faculty Invited to Speak at 2018 Queen's Northern Research Symposium

The 6th Annual Queen's Northern Research Symposium organized by the Department of Geography and Planning took place on April 12th in the BioSciences Building.  The event brought together students, postdoctoral fellows, research associates and faculty for a day of presentations, open dialogue and networking.

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RELS Students Well Represented at Annual I@Q

RELS Students Well Represented at Annual Inquiry@Queen's Undergraduate Research Conference

 

   Five of our own participated at this years' Inquiry at Queen's Undergraduate Research Conference  held at Stauffer Library on March 8th and 9th, 2018.

   Congratulations to Amy Hetherington, Meghan O'Sullivan, Andie Rexdiemer, and Harrison Weston who presented on a variety of topics:

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Jason Kelly Nominated for Teaching Award

Jason Kelly nominated for ASUS Teaching Award

Dr. Jason Kelly was recently nominated for the W.J. Barnes Teaching Excellence Award for the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society, an annual award presented to a deserving member of the Faculty of Arts and Science who has made a significant contribution to teaching.

More information about this award including nomination criteria and past winners can be found at the Centre for Teaching and Learning website.

 

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