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Psychology department starts faculty name pronunciation initiative

Uncertainty surrounding the pronunciation of faculty members’ names is being eliminated by multiple departments at Queen’s.Continue...

Meet some of Queen’s newest Schulich Leaders

Ten first-year students at Queen’s received the Schulich Scholarship award this year.Continue...

Defence Attaché speaks on Russia-Ukraine conflict

Canadian Defence Attaché to Ukraine Colonel Robert Foster presented his views on Russia’s war in Ukraine on Wednesday, as the conflict reaches its 7-month mark.Continue...

PSAC 901 demands Queen’s do more for COVID-19

In an open letter to Principal Patrick Deane, the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC) 901 said Queen’s is not doing enough to protect employees, students, and the Kingston community.Continue...

EDII calendar works to make events more accessible

Resources for equity-deserving students will become more accessible this school year.Continue...

Queen’s professor wants to bring approach to biology into the 21st century

At the intersection of biology, philosophy, and politics is Dr. Colin Farrelly’s research. Looking at health research, Dr. Farrelly asks, “How do healthy people stay healthy?”Continue...

Queen’s Endowment fund goes green

Queen’s Endowment fund planted a new investment strategy to meet sustainability goals and maintain long-term performance.Continue...

Federal government recognizes two Queen’s research affiliates

The Canadian Cancer Trials Group (CCTG), headquartered at the Queen’s Operational and Statistical Centre, is “the biggest and most sophisticated clinical trial unit in the country,” Director of CCTG Janet Dancey said in an interview with The Journal .Continue...

Queen’s move-in day returns

Approximately 4,600 first-year students began their journey at Queen’s with residence move-in day on Sept. 5. Ann Tierney, vice provost and dean of student affairs, spoke to The Journal outside Victoria Hall on move-in day about the logistics.Continue...

Donald Gordon Centre workers unanimously approve wage parity deal

After recent concerns around pay equality between staff the Donald Gordon Hotel and Conference Centre and main campus, workers and employers have come to a resolution.Continue...

Queen’s remembers Isabel Bader

Queen’s is mourning the loss of Isabel Bader, LL.D ’07, a major donor to the school alongside her late husband Alfred Bader, who passed away in 2018.Continue...

Queen’s opens new Albert Street residence

By the end of this week, first-year Queen’s students will be calling the university’s newest residence at 156 Albert Street home.Continue...

AMS introduces Lettuce Love Gardens

Nestled outside the LaSalle building is the AMS’ newest environmental initiative: the Lettuce Love Gardens.Continue...

Queen’s Student Wellness promotes its reproductive health services

Queen’s University Student Wellness Services (SWS) showed their support for all student’s pregnancy decisions with a post on their @queensuniversitybewell Instagram page last month.Continue...

StuCons Head Manager steps down

Queen’s Student Constables (StuCons) is missing a key member of their leadership team as Orientation Week approaches.Continue...

Masking at Queen’s will not be mandatory this fall

Come September, masks will be encouraged, but not mandatory.Continue...

Class of ’26 looks forward to first year at Queen’s

In a somewhat post-pandemic world, Queen’s incoming students are set to have a different experience than first-years in the past two years.Continue...

SGPS works to get representation for Indigenous graduate students

The Queen’s Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) is committed to finding an Indigenous Student Liaison before the start of the fall semester.Continue...

Queen’s HanVoice supports North Korean defectors’ resettlement efforts in Canada

A pop-up museum in Toronto offered a snapshot of North Korean life beyond the country’s missile tests and strongman dictator.Continue...

Uncovering leaders: ‘Owen the Rector’

Owen Crawford-Lem, ArtSci ’23, was elected in March 2022 as Rector—one of the three highest officers of the University.

He is already known as “Owen the Rector”...Continue...

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