graduate students

Teaching goes both ways

These days, your undergraduate experience isn’t complete without Teaching Assistants.Continue...

New space to increase grad student interaction

Any graduate students who have ever had to compete against undergrads for a seat in Stauffer Library will be happy to hear that a new study space is about to open, reserved solely for them.Continue...

Welcome to grad school

Recently The Queen’s Journal shed some light on the reality of how graduate students’ funding packages can be drastically changed from their original agreement. However, certain aspects about this reality warrant more attention — especially regarding how graduate student poverty and professional development experiences are tied to these cuts.Continue...

Graduate students facing cuts to funding packages

Back in March, graduate student Melissa Forcione received her first funding package offer letter from the Queen’s Department of Geography and Planning. Months later, she found herself scrambling when that funding package was revoked.Continue...

Law Student’s Society holds election forum for candidates

The Queen’s Law Student Society (LSS) held its first election forum on Jan. 28 in the Law lounge of Sir John A. Macdonald Hall.Continue...

SGPS addresses concerns raised about restructuring

The Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) council passed a motion on Tuesday to look into the society’s hiring practices after students raised concerns about the council’s restructuring of the society’s commissions.Continue...

SGPS transparency called into question

A recent restructuring at the Queen’s graduate student society has led to the removal of several commissioners, setting off an inflamed debate over the transparency of executive decisions.Continue...

Student initiative needed

Universities can offer as many career resources as they want, but it doesn’t matter if students aren’t taking their own initiative.Continue...

Students accuse public agency of misconduct

An Ontario government agency was accused of academic misconduct last month after two Queen’s graduate students claimed a report they authored appeared on the agency’s website containing changes they hadn’t agreed to.Continue...