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Non-academic misconduct statistics published for 2016

Between May 1 and Dec. 31, 2016, 30 investigations were launched through the AMS’ non-academic misconduct (NAM) system, a report to Assembly detailed.Continue...

Former BISC students discuss incidents of sexual misconduct

Every year, over 5,000 km away from Queen’s main campus in Herstmonceux, England, more than a hundred first year students begin their studies at Queen’s Bader International Study Center (BISC) with the same excitement as any first year students. During the 2014-15 academic year, however, the first two months alone would offer a very different experience.Continue...

NAM contract signed after a month long delay

For 118 years, Queen’s has given disciplinary and judicial power of its students, to their peers, through the country’s sole peer-lead non-academic disciplinary system. For the past year, the University’s Intake Office has limited the student government’s power by overseeing all cases brought to their judicial system.Continue...

News: Year in Review 2015-16

This year The Journal’s news section covered a variety of topics ranging from academic freedom to Bieber Fever. The following is a collection of the news highlights from the year.Continue...

Senate discusses the direction of non-academic misconduct

At the last Senate meeting of 2015, discussion ranged from the continuing review of non-academic discipline to a policy on sexual misconduct.Continue...

NAD review committee members announced

Queen’s has announced the members of the advisory committee set to review the University’s Non-Academic Discipline system this fall.

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AMS Assembly Recap — Oct. 22

AMS Assembly on Oct. 22 was notably marked by the appearance of Principal Daniel Woolf to discuss the...Continue...

Board of Trustees Oct. 2 preview

On Friday Oct. 2, the Queen’s Board of Trustees will hold their first quarterly meeting of the academic year.Continue...

Interim protocol replaces non-academic discipline system as it’s set for review

Queen’s announced last Friday that an interim protocol will replace its current student non-academic misconduct system while an advisory committee conducts a review of the system as a whole.Continue...

Non-academic discipline system set for review

Based on a decision made by its Board of Trustees, Queen’s University announced on Friday that an advisory committee will review its student non-academic misconduct system.Continue...

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