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Queen’s recognized by federal government for equity and inclusion tool

Queen’s was among 18 employers recognized by the Government of Canada on October 5 at the annual Employment Equity Achievement Awards for their work in innovation.Continue...

News in Brief

Dean of the Faculty of Health Sciences Richard Reznick was presented with the Medical Council of Canada’s 2017 Outstanding Achievement Award in the Evaluation of Clinical Competence.Continue...

Queen’s grad takes home provincial art award

When Jessica Peterson was first told she had won the BMO 1st Art Competition for Ontario for her artwork Overindulgence, her immediate reaction was panic. “Oh my god,” she remembered, “I left [the painting] in a barn!”Continue...

David Walker receives Padre Laverty Award for contributions

On June 1st, the Queen’s University Alumni Association awarded David Walker with its highest honour.Continue...

Professor Ascough wins prestigious innovative teaching award

Moving away from the traditional style of teaching to an interactive classroom, Professor and Director of the School of Religion Richard Ascough is a firm believer in trial and error.Continue...

Tricolour award winners announced

On Monday Jan. 30, the five students to receive the Tricolour award were announced.Continue...

The Disraeli Project wins award forty years in the making

Michel Pharand and his colleagues are joining the ranks of the many Queen’s faculty and alumni to be recognized for their innovative work in academia.Continue...

Students awarded

Eight recipients of the Agnes Benidickson Tricolour Award were announced this week, a near-record number for the past 30 years.Continue...

Professor wins award

A lifetime achievement award for professor Larry O’Farrell is the culmination of four decades of work in the dramatic arts at Queen’s.Continue...