Administration

Stand-off on labour talks

QUFA President Paul Young and Queen's Provost Bob Silverman weigh in on the ongoing labour negotiations from either side of the bargaining table.Continue...

University plans to delete deficit by 2013

The new fiscal year's operating budget plans to limit enrollment, fund faculties and solve the pension deficit.Continue...

Student health services grow

Government and University funding for HCDS expands the counselling services available at Queen's. By September, three additional counsellors and a mental health nurse will be employed by HCDS.Continue...

University strikes two new vice-principal roles

Janice Hill (Kanonhsyonne) and Stephanie Simpson have accepted the new positions of associate vice-principal (indigenous initiatives and reconciliation) and associate vice-principal (human rights, equity and inclusion), respectively.

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Direct entry applications up 15 per cent from last year

Undergraduate applications have increased by 15 per cent from 2017, according to Interim Provost Tom Harris’ Sept. 25 report to Senate.Continue...

U of T mental health policy puts students in the periphery

A university mental health policy that cuts students off from support services is no health policy at all.Continue...

What you need to know about Queen’s new budget

This month, Queen’s Board of Trustees approved the University’s 2018-19 operating budget to tackle faculty recruitment, research and a growing pension solvency deficit.

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Several departures mark shuffle of Queen's senior administration

In Nov. 2017, Principal Daniel Woolf told the Joint Board/Senate Committee he wouldn't seek a third term as Queen’s University’s principal.

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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...

Students protest admin response to campus party

As Senate members and visitors entered Robert Sutherland Hall for their monthly meeting on Nov. 29, they were welcomed at the front doors by a crowd of students holding signs that read “my culture is not a costume” and “institutional silence is violence” among others.Continue...

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