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'Journal’ staffer nominated for JHM award

The Journal’s Editorials Illustrator, Clanny Mugabe, has been selected as a finalist for the John H. McDonald (JHM) award in the category graphic/illustration of the year.Continue...

Queen’s professors win Ideas Worth Teaching Award

Two Queen’s educators have won an Ideas Worth Teaching award for a business course that teaches students how to integrate traditional Indigenous ways of knowing with modern business practices in the workplace.Continue...

Queen’s student receives Pathy Fellowship

Prishni Seyone, ArtSci ’20, was chosen to be a part of this year’s Pathy Fellowship cohort. She plans to use the funding to turn her non-profit, Starts with Youth, into a full-time job.Continue...

Proposed JDUC design wins architectural award

Canadian Architect magazine announced on Nov. 29 that plans for the JDUC revitalization project had won the 2019 Canadian Architect Award of Excellence.Continue...

Journal staff nominated for international student journalism award

The Online Journalism Awards listed Journal Managing Editor Iain Sherriff-Scott as a finalist for the David Teeuwen Student Journalism award last month.Continue...

Journal staff recognized for Best Campus Feature Story

Former Journal Lifestyle Editor Josh Granovsky took home first place for Best Campus Feature Story at the Canadian Community Newspaper Awards on June 8, for his article “Standing strong in the face of antisemitism.”Continue...

News in Brief

This May, recently-retired Queen’s professor, Jacalyn Duffin, was inducted into the Canadian Medical Hall of fame—joining five others dubbed ‘medical heroes’ for their contributions to the field.Continue...

Queen’s professor honoured with Women in Mining award

After a career spanning over 30 years, Queen’s professor Heather Jamieson has been recognized with a prestigious mentorship award.Continue...

Queen’s student writes award-winning essay honouring trustee

Following his submission of an essay on the late Ernie Checkeris, Queen’s Curriculum Studies PhD student Jackson Pind won a Government of Canada History Award and a $2,000 cash prize.Continue...

Queen’s PhD student receives award for cancer research

When Caitlin Miron arrived in France for an internship in 2015 with a collection of biochemical compounds in hand, she wasn’t sure where her work would lead. Two years later, she’s one of seven PhD students to be recognized by Mitacs for her outstanding cancer research.Continue...

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