Organizational Culture Supporting our community

Queen’s University is an institution that values truth, responsibility, respect, freedom, and wellbeing.

The UN SDGs provide a useful framework for us to reflect upon these values as they are predicated on a fundamental truth that true success is only achieved when all members of a community feel respected, safe, valued, and empowered.

As a university for the future, we will continuously strive to live our values ensuring that our organizational structure, human resources, processes, and culture are properly aligned to fulfill our mission. We acknowledge that this work is ongoing and is part of a reflective process, committed to constant improvement and refinement.

This year's Nixon Academic Leadership Award winners were recognized during the Academic All-Stars breakfast. From left: Ethan Martin; Madelyn Bullock; and Lucas Huang.


Cheering on our Academic All-Stars

Athletics and Recreation hosted the Academic All-Stars breakfast at Grant Hall on Tuesday, with 443 varsity student-athletes being recognized for having earned a 3.5 grade-point average or higher in the 2022-23 academic year.

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Celebrating inspiring women

Cultivating compassion for Thrive Week

Reaffirming continuing relationships between Indigenous communities and Queen's

Sacred fire closes out week of learning and reflection

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