Alumni

Alumni give hospital patients a CleanSlate

For newborn infants in hospitals, the smallest exposure to germs can be deadly. A new device, created by Queen’s graduates, ensures that smartphones are one less risk to an infant’s health.Continue...

Former Queen’s student appointed as new human rights commissioner

Queen’s alumna Renu Mandhane has been appointed as the new Chief Commissioner of the Ontario Human Rights Commission.Continue...

Student self-government at risk

One of Queen’s most important values is that Queen’s students govern themselves. This sense of student ownership for the “broader learning environment” differentiates Queen’s from other universities.Continue...

Grandfather and granddaughter reunite for Homecoming

Sixty-six years following his graduation from Queen’s, John Greenberg, Sci ’49, rejoined his family and friends for a Homecoming to remember.Continue...

Queen’s alumni caught in Nepal earthquake

The Journal spoke to two Queen’s alumni who happened to be in Nepal in the midst of recent earthquakes.Continue...

Sunjay Nath returns to inspire

“You! You think you’re funny. You will fill in for him.”Continue...

Treasured tales

At 4 p.m. last Saturday, I opened my door to five eager faces, all of which were attached to women sporting shirts that read “Aberdeen Alumni”. I had just met the former tenants of my...Continue...

Alumni spotlight: Queen’s connections in Canada’s capital

The sense of camaraderie that comes with being a student at Queen’s is so strong that “classmate” just doesn’t quite cover it — we often refer to being a part of the “Queen’s family”....Continue...

Art conservationist looks back

Queen’s Art History programme has produced plenty of successful alumni, and Srebrenka
Bogovic-Zeskoski is no exception.Continue...

Former students create first "smart bike"

Former Queen’s students have developed Valour, the first bike ever that connects to a mobile phone via Bluetooth.Continue...

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