TRAQ 2.0 Project
The Vice-Principal (Research) is pleased to announce a three-phase plan to modernize, upgrade and streamline research support services currently supported by Tools for Research at Queen’s (TRAQ) and Topaz Elements.
The new one-stop portal, slated to start a phased-in launch in mid-2021, will feature design and functionality changes that have been requested by our TRAQ and Topaz users over the past decade. The ultimate project goal is to remove barriers and make research administration at Queen’s more responsive and adaptable to the diverse and ever-changing landscape.
Queen's Research Discovery Network
Launching in summer 2021, the Queen's Research Discovery Network (RDN) provides you with a powerful public profile that is optimized for discovery by internal and external stakeholders alike.
Discover exciting new interdisciplinary connections with others on campus and showcase your research to visitors from academia, industry, the media, the local community, and the world!
Resources for Research at Queen’s (R4R@Q) series
Queen’s greatly values the incredible contributions of our researchers and their teams on the local, national and international stages. But you are not alone! Queen’s offers a myriad of services to help researchers develop the best possible roadmap to success from project conception through to knowledge mobilization. To learn more, please join us for R4R@Q!
R4R@Q is here to acquaint Queen's researchers with the resources and people who are here to help.
Questions? Please contact Andrea Hiltz (email@example.com)View 2020/21 Series
Indigenous research is conducted by or with First Nations, Inuit, Métis or other Indigenous societies and individuals while engaging with Indigenous knowledge systems in a culturally appropriate manner. It addresses issues relevant to Indigenous peoples and results in meaningful outcomes that benefit them directly.Learn more about Indigenous research
Integrating EDII in Research
- Unconscious Bias & Best Practices in Peer Review
- Researchers Preparing Grant Applications
- Compelling ideas and resources
- Additional Resources
The research promotion team at Queen’s works with faculty and students to mobilize research outputs and impact to a variety of different stakeholder groups.
- Media Relations
- The Conversation Canada
- Art of Research Photo Contest
- Blind Date with Knowledge
CREDIT: “Under the Umbrella” by Grace Adeniyi-Ogunyankin, Canada Research Chair in Youth and African Urban FuturesLearn more about research promotion