Academics

AMS raises concerns on enrolment plans

The AMS is calling for the University to hold off on increasing enrolment, according to a report passed at a special AMS Assembly on Saturday.Continue...

Ontario decreases annual tuition cap

The Ontario government is reducing the cap on annual tuition fee increases over the next four years, limiting inflation rates.Continue...

Politics prof sets anonymity policy

Some POLS 241 students say they were left confused after their professor's instruction lead them to think they wouldn't be able to interact with TAs until the end of September.Continue...

The minor difference

When choosing your classes, adding a minor to your major can increase your chances of future employment, according to Career Services.Continue...

Ten-year report plans enrolment growth

With enrolment targets for the next two years passed by Senate late last month, a long-term, big picture document is in the works for an early 2014 release.Continue...

National scholarship returns

The Queen’s National Scholar (QNS) program, which was created in 1983 to attract exceptional professors to Queen’s, will be reinstated in June 2013.Continue...

Department retracts bad behaviour clause

The department of psychology has rejected a civility clause for PSYC 300 that deducts 10 per cent of a student’s overall mark for bad behaviour.Continue...

Prof deducts grades for bad behaviour

The AMS is raising questions over a civility clause for PSYC 300 which deducts marks for bad behavior.Continue...

Austere innovations

Queen’s University’s administration is due to submit comments on the provincial Government’s Discussion Paper on the reform of post-secondary institutions at the end of the month.Continue...

Faculty Board proposes accelerated medical school

If a proposed new program passes at Senate, select students could proceed to medical school at Queen’s after only two years of undergraduate education.Continue...

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