Principal Woolf

Education principals

Just like coffee and textbooks, uncertainty isn’t hard to find on Canadian university campuses.Continue...

Second term sought

Principal Daniel Woolf doesn’t want his time at Queen’s to come to an end.Continue...

Nov. 28 Senate meeting recap

Following Principal Daniel Woolf’s announcement to withdraw from his campaign to be reappointed for a third term as Principal, the Nov. 28 Senate meeting saw updates from several working groups and task forces.Continue...

Principal Woolf updates Assembly on JDUC revitalization

AMS Assembly convened on Nov. 16, beginning with updates on the upcoming JDUC revitalization and student involvement in the process.Continue...

Queen’s sees significant rise in international students this academic year

In the first Board of Trustees meeting of this school year, Principal Daniel Woolf pointed to a substantial increase in the amount of international students studying at Queen’s.Continue...

Senate Recap: October 3

This Wednesday marked the first Senate meeting of the 2017-18 academic year. At the meeting, senators discussed developments from the Truth and Reconciliation (TRC) Task Force, the Principal’s Implementation Committee on Diversity and Inclusion (PICRDI) and enrollment statistics.Continue...

News in Brief

Catch up on what's happening on campus in brief — from Principal Woolf seeking reappointment to new debit machines at food vendors on campus.Continue...

AMS and administration visit Queen’s Park

On Monday, several Queen’s students and administrators travelled to Queen’s Park in Toronto to speak with Members of Provincial Parliament (MPPs).Continue...

Less popular Fall Break option among students to be recommended by task force

On Feb. 15 members of AMS Assembly convened in Dunning Hall for a meeting with sparse discussion, beginning with the ratification of incoming commissioners and directors, later leading into a twist announcement regarding Fall Term Break.Continue...

Queen’s debates response to torn or burnt degrees

In April of this year, alumnus Scott Vrooman tore up his Queen’s Commerce degree on camera, and brought the pieces back to Principal Daniel Woolf’s office in protest for the Board of Trustees decision not to divest from fossil fuel.Continue...

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