Administration

Sexual assault policy still inaccessible

The University’s release of a temporary sexual assault protocol was a good move, but the policy needs to be heavily advertised and made readily accessible.Continue...

First employee resource group for women launched

Following years of examination into equity issues at the University, the first Employee Resource Group (ERG) for women was launched this month.Continue...

Philosophy prof reveals discrimination

Adèle Mercier, a professor in the philosophy department, has accused Queen’s of using intimidation tactics to silence her and two other professors after she filed a complaint of gender discrimination against the department.Continue...

Campus Master Plan becomes official

The new Campus Master Plan has been approved after almost a year and a half of consultation and development.Continue...

Principal Woolf releases five-year plan

In a document released last Friday, Queen’s has set its priorities for the next five years, which includes improving its international reputation and student engagement.Continue...

Enrolment group releases first draft

The Strategic Enrolment Management Group (SEMG) released their first draft framework on Monday, which contains long-term enrolment projections for the University.Continue...

Student Affairs undermine NAD

The AMS is concerned that the University is encroaching on the mandate of the student-run Non-Academic Discipline system (NAD) at Queen’s.Continue...

Student Affairs undermine NAD

The AMS is concerned that the University is encroaching on the mandate of the student-run Non-Academic Discipline system (NAD) at Queen’s.Continue...

Enrolment has potential

The University is looking into establishing a planning committee to propose a new enrolment strategy by spring 2013, says Provost Alan Harrison.Continue...

Fine Arts to resume

Admission to the Fine Arts program will resume come 2013.Continue...

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