Board of Trustees

Board of Trustees approves over $100 million in capital projects, conditionally

On July 14, the Queen’s Board of Trustees approved two major capital projects — totaling over $100 million — provided that the funding can be secured before their respective construction begins.Continue...

AMS to announce retailers in Queen’s Centre

The AMS will finalize the two retailers to fill the empty spaces in the Queen’s Centre at a Board of Trustees meeting Friday.Continue...

AMS food bank fee no longer mandatory

After two years of financial stability, the AMS food bank will face funding shortfalls in the 2019-20 school year.Continue...

Queen’s receives first sexual violence report

At its March meeting, the Queen’s Board of Trustees received the University’s first sexual violence report.Continue...

Undergraduate trustee election sees sole candidate

With the Undergraduate Trustee position uncontested this year, the AMS unanimously confirmed Tyler Macintyre, Sci ’20, to begin his election campaign on Thursday.Continue...

Trustees ratify policy renewals

On Friday, the Board of Trustees renewed policy items following their recommendations from previous Senate recommendations.

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Botterell renovation nearly $2 million overbudget

Following the recommendation of the Capital Assets and Finance Committee, the Board of Trustees approved a $1.9 million budget increase for the ongoing renovation of Botterell Hall on May 11.

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Three new members join Board of Trustees

On June 21, Queen’s Board of Trustees announced the appointment of three new members whose three-year terms began June 1.Continue...

Board of Trustees October 13 meeting recap

The Board of Trustees met on October 13 for their first session of the 2017-18 academic year to discuss changes and developments at the University since their last meeting in May.Continue...

Revised agreement to internalize University’s technology transfer services

A motion passed at the March 3 Board of Trustees meeting will allow for the internalization of the University’s technology transfer services, meaning Queen’s will now have the right to negotiate license agreements with third parties related to new university technologies and inventions.Continue...

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