National Day for Truth and Reconciliation Events

September 30 - October 2

Vice-Principal Research

Pushing the boundaries of knowledge

Participants of an Interspecies Nature Hike stop to bask in the warmth of the midday sun at the edge of Gould Lake.
Photo by: Omar Bachour
Photo courtesy of The Art of Research

Queen's Research Portfolio

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Partnerships and Innovation


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Advanced Computing

Cognitive Analytics Hub
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Digital Research

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Safeguarding Your Research

The ever-changing geopolitical environment calls for extra precautions to protect the security of your research, and intellectual property.

Learn how to safeguard your research

Researcher Resources

  • Resources for Research at Queen’s (R4R@Q)
  • Integrating EDII in Research
  • Research Contracts
  • Indigenous Research
  • Login access for TRAQ and Topaz

Projects in development to improve Research at Queen's

  • Research Discovery Network
  • TRAQ 2.0
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Research Prominence

Sara Mainville—a lawyer at JFK Law LLP, a graduate of Queen’s Law, and a member of Couchiching First Nation in Treaty 3—speaks to participants on the topic “Written Guides to Live within Anishinaabe Inaakonigewin (Law).”

Sep 26, 2023

Indigenous law beyond the classroom

Lindsay Borrows, an Assistant Professor in the Faculty of Law, is bridging boundaries between Indigenous legal traditions, language revival, and the broader legal community. 

A female doctor speaks with a female patient

Sep 22, 2023

Solving Canada’s shortage of health professionals means training more of them, and patients have a key role in their education

The Conversation: Each encounter that health-care students have with patients and families helps them understand real-world patient needs. That means all Canadians have a role in educating future health-care providers.

Dr. Stephen Scott, Vice-Dean Research at Queen’s Health Sciences

Sep 20, 2023

How does the brain control your voluntary movements?

Stephen Scott is inducted into the Canadian Academy of Health Sciences for his world-leading research on voluntary motor control.

Upcoming Events

Partnerships and Innovation Events




Event Presentation
10:00 am - 11:30 am

Are You an Inclusive Leader?

Join the WE-CAN community of women entrepreneurs as we explore the seven pillars of inclusive leadership with EDI trainer Ophelia Rigault.

Join us to learn about being an inclusive leader




Event Presentation
10:00 am - 11:00 am

Virtual Cafe: Becoming a Paid Speaker

Are you a woman-identifying entrepreneur who's interested in increasing her business revenue through paid speaking?

Join us to learn about becoming a paid speaker




Event Presentation
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Seaway Coworking, 310 Bagot Street, Kingston

WE-CAN Thrive Event for Women Entrepreneurs

Join the WE-CAN community of women entrepreneurs for an in-person panel and series of actvities intended to help us THRIVE together!

Join us to learn for the WE-CAN Thrive event