Academics

Without academic accountability, universities suffer

High schools in Ontario make a huge effort to prepare graduating students forpost-secondary education, but there’s one thing they can’t prepare them for: the unregulated academics of Canadian universities.Continue...

Certificate in Urban Planning Studies passes at senate

At an April 17 Senate meeting, the university approved a new certificate in Urban Planning Studies, which will be available in September.Continue...

Commerce program to terminate ranking system

After taking a hard look at the stress and anticipation experienced by Commerce students each year, the Faculty of Commerce has decided to eliminate the public ranking system that previously pitted peers against each other.Continue...

Female professors deserve better

Actions speak louder than words. And the lack of action on wage inequity speaks volumes.Continue...

Make your program work for you

Sometimes, the most difficult path to follow is your own.Continue...

Talking Heads: What department other than your own would you like to take a class in?

What department other than your own would you like to take a class in?Continue...

AMS hires new Academic Affairs Commissioner

The AMS has hired Tyler Lively, ArtSci ’16, as Academic Affairs Commissioner following the Oct. 15 resignation of Read Leask.Continue...

A new home away from home

Kevin Rush, a former Wilfrid Laurier student, says transferring to Queen’s wasn’t as simple as it sounds.Continue...

Professor looks to keep language program live

LinguaeLive isn’t only a platform that pairs students together to learn each other’s languages — it’s a way of evening the linguistic playing field, according to creator Jennifer Hosek.Continue...

Africa Day builds partnerships

Five years after the inaugural event, Queen’s held its second Africa Day Symposium — a conference on the various research being done in Africa.Continue...

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