April 7, 2023

Alleged enrolment fraud involves Queen’s alumni

Nunavut Tunngavik Inc. (NTI) is investigating potential enrolment fraud involving two Queen’s alumni sisters, Nadya Gill, JD and LLM ’22, and Amira Gill, BASc ’19 and MASc ’21, who claimed Inuk heritage. 
April 7, 2023

Queen’s discusses sustainable investment strategy

Queen’s Investment Committee held a Responsible Investing Town Hall to share the University’s actions across investment portfolios, which hold $1.9 billion in assets.  
Licensing for the Queen’s StuCons (QSC) service is underway, with differing accounts on whether the process is on track.  
Eight days after publicly announcing they were seeking to organize, residence dons voted yes to unionizing with United Steel Workers (USW).
Swaths of students took to Aberdeen St. for St. Patrick’s Day celebrations on both March 17 and 18 which posed an “immediate threat to safety in the area,” according to Kingston Police. 
Queen’s released the results of the 2022 Student Health Surveys consisting of three concurrent surveys.
Queen’s Centre for Enterprise Development (QCED) was dissolved on March 6.
The University recently released the 2022-23 Queen’s Enrolment Report, which depicts student enrolment as of Nov. 1, 2022.
The Senate Committee on Academic Development and Procedures (SCADP) has recommended changes to the policy on the Exam Bank, according to a report presented to the Senate on Feb. 17, 2023.  
On March 15, United Steelworkers (USW) announced that Queen’s University residence dons filed an application to unionize on USW’s Instagram page.
Queen’s overall revenue is anticipated to be $37.6 million lower than was outlined in the 2022-23 operating budget. 
Two Queen’s alumni, Chase Edgelow, BSc ’06, and Stephen Penstone, BSc ’15, were recognized as “changemakers” by The Globe and Mail on Feb 24.
Conversations on equity were amplified this week on campus by Queen’s first in-person Student Voices Week.
21 recommendations have been made on the Queen’s sexual violence policy going into its triennial review.  
The U-Flourish Student Mental Health Research program is composed of researchers at Queen’s seeking to understand how to support students’ mental health and well-being.
“Welcome, boomers. Let’s talk about health care,” is how award-winning journalist André Picard started his lecture, “Medicare 2050: Rebuilding the Health System for an Aging Society” on March 2 at Ellis Hall. 
Successful women at Queen’s gathered virtually on International Women’s Day on March 9 to discuss how they broke the glass ceiling and how other women can, too.
Queen’s University plans to implement a new health education program in the James Bay region to increase the number of Indigenous health care professions.  
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