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...

Six people awarded Distinguished Service Award

The Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts was home to the Distinguished Service Awards reception on the evening of Nov. 4.Continue...

Queen’s ends fiscal year with $3.3 million deficit

The first Board of Trustees meeting of the academic year took place on Sept. 30 at Richardson Hall—the first to take place in-person at since March 2020.Continue...

Queen’s Endowment fund goes green

Queen’s Endowment fund planted a new investment strategy to meet sustainability goals and maintain long-term performance.Continue...

Capital projects at Queen’s incorporate accessibility

Over the summer, many capital projects are progressing across Queen’s campus. This includes renovations and the development of new projects.Continue...

Board of Trustees approves new residence insurance program

The Board of Trustees has approved a new insurance program for students living in residence next year.Continue...

$400,000 donated by former Board of Trustees member under investigation

David Sharpe, Law ’95, resigned from Queen’s Board of Trustees and as chair of the Queen’s Law Dean’s Council in 2021.Continue...

Board of Trustees meeting welcomes Honourable Murray Sinclair as 15th Chancellor

With warm welcomes and appreciative farewells, the Winter 2021 semester concluded with a Board of Trustees meeting on May 7. The Board discussed new annual policy statements on health and safety, student health and wellness, and sexual violence prevention and response.Continue...

Queen’s now projects reduced deficit of $16.5 million

The University’s Operating Fund is now projecting a reduced deficit of $16.5 million, instead of the budgeted $24 million deficit , according to a report submitted to the Board of Trustees in March.Continue...

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