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    • The Honourable Kirsty Duncan, Minister of Science and Sport, recently visited Queen’s to make a major national funding announcement in support of graduate and post-doctoral research. Read more and watch a video of the announcement here.

    • Thank you to Vasundhara, MSc Physics for this beautiful photo of Spring sunset at Mitchell hall, May 21, 2019

    • Science Rendezvous Kingston 2019 was the most successful to date with 5,200 visitors & 400 volunteers learning about #STEAM research at Queen’s & in the Kingston community. See more photos, including of Queen’s alumnus Canadian Astronaut Drew Feustel (PhD’95, DSc’16), here.

    • Thank-you to Edwin Ocran (BHSc) for this great photo of Joseph-Stauffer Library, Spring 2019.

    • An interdisciplinary “green” team of researchers from Queen’s received the prestigious 2019 NSERC Brockhouse Canada Prize from the Right Honourable Julie Payettte, Governor General of Canada, at a ceremony at Rideau Hall on May 9. More photos

    • Agnes Etherington Art Centre unveils Head of an Old Man with Curly Hair – a 1659 painting by legendary artist Rembrandt, rarely seen by the public. Linda and Daniel Bader donated the piece to the museum in memory of Daniel’s late father and Queen’s alumnus, Alfred Bader.

    • Queen’s paid tribute to Principal Daniel Woolf with portrait unveiling and a special concert by world-renowned jazz singer Claire Martin.

    • The grand central atrium at Mitchell Hall was filled as Queen’s celebrated the official opening of the university’s newest building on Saturday, March 30 with donors, including lead donor Bruce Mitchell, government officials, and members of the campus community. Read more here.

    • Queen A&R and the Varsity Leadership Council held their 2nd annual Pathways to Education mentorship day bringing together Pathways to Education students and Queen’s student-athletes for activities and discussions on resilience, goal setting, and mental health awareness. Article.

    • For the first time since its founding in 2015, the Queen’s Hyperloop Design Team has advanced to the final stage of the SpaceX Hyperloop Pod Competition, and has been selected as one of only 21 teams across the world to compete in California this summer. Visit their page

    • Indigenous economies are brought to life through objects from the Agnes collection for students in ECON 244: Economics of Indigenous Communities. (Photo: Tim Forbes)


    • They, Hirself, Em, And You: Nonbinary pronouns in research and practice

      They, Hirself, Em, and You is a three-day conference bringing together linguists and other researchers and practitioners working on topics relating to nonbinary pronouns in English. June 11-13, 2019

    • Register for SOAR 2019

      Join us for the Summer Orientation to Academics and Resources (SOAR) – a one-day orientation program for incoming students and their families, running throughout the month of July.

    • Teaching and Learning Enhancement Grants 2019

      These grants fund innovative research projects that focus on aspects of teaching in higher education. DEADLINE: June 26, 2019

    • Educational Research Grants 2019

      The Centre for Teaching and Learning is pleased to offer grants for educational research projects. DEADLINE: June 26, 2019

    • Spring Convocation

      Spring Convocation runs from May 23 through June 12. Congratulations to all our graduands!


    • Agnes Etherington Art Centre

      The Spring/Summer 2019 exhibits at the Agnes launched on May 3.

    • Campus Tours

      The best way to get to know Queen's is by coming for a visit. Book a Campus Tour this summer.

    • For Parents and Guardians

      Visit our website regularly to find information and resources that will empower your student to succeed, both academically and personally, at Queen’s.

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