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No experience required for the AMS

When Maggie Fisher applied to work at Common Ground in first year, she had no previous experience in the food industry.Continue...

AMS Head Managers hired

On March 6, the AMS announced hiring for their eight head manager positions for 2017-18.Continue...

School of Computing posts application for second tenure-track position since 1995

After hiring their first tenure track professor in over 20 years this January, the School of Computing has opened up applications for another tenure track position scheduled to begin July 1.Continue...

Incoming AMS Executive Council transitions in

On the night of Feb. 12, Team JBP made the calls to hire their executive council — the 13 commissioners and directors operating beneath them.Continue...

AMS Executive Council hiring announced

On Feb. 13, Team JBP — AMS President elect Jenn Li, Vice President (Operations)-elect Brian MacKay and Vice President (University Affairs)-elect Palmer Lockridge — announced their newly hired Directors and Commissioners.Continue...

Introducing the first tenure-track computing professor in 10 years

As the first tenure-track professor hired into the School of Computing this decade, Farhana Zulkernine’s appointment has been a long time coming.Continue...

School of Computing to hire first tenure-track professor in 10 years

Max Garcia loves the Denver Broncos, and earlier this year he watched them win the highest accolade in the NFL. For him, that kind of joy isn’t easily topped.Continue...

If new positions have one, tell us what the purpose is

Frustration over the hiring of more university admin instead of departmental faculty is clear, but it’s hard to draw the parallel when the exact purpose of these admin positions is blurry.Continue...

Profs, not admin positions requested

Last Thursday, Principal Daniel Woolf announced the hiring of two vice-principals, one of which will take on a newly created position in Queen’s administration.Continue...

Computing hiring system crashes

“Sum ergo computo. I am therefore I compute.” So reads the slogan for the Queen’s School of Computing, but budget cuts and a decade-long hiring drought threaten the school’s future as a cutting-edge program.Continue...

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