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Mason responds to report

Mike Mason, the former Queen’s adjunct professor accused of making allegedly racist and sexist comments last fall, said he agrees with the Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) report condemning the University for their handling of the situation.Continue...

Transparency Required

The University’s handling of Mike Mason’s case has been shrouded in mystery, a typical reaction that the administration has had over the past several years of bad PR incidents.Continue...

Free to friend profs

Given the ubiquity of social media, it’s only a matter of time before students start to friend, follow or otherwise subscribe to their professors.Continue...

Ready to strike

Queen's administration filed a No Board Report on July 25, calling an end to conciliation meetings with QUFA.Continue...

Report guided by Queen’s researchers recommends shift towards digital healthcare

Queen’s played a major role in the development of national health policy recommendations, guiding a report released on Aug. 25.Continue...

Queen’s association works to create safe space for queer staff

Queen’s University Association for Queer Employees (QUAQE) works to create a space for employees to be themselves in their workplace. Alexandra Pederson, QUAQE co-founder, said the association has two goals: to advocate and to create a network for queer Queen’s employees.Continue...

Queen’s uses new software for processing academic accommodations

Queen’s launched a new academic accommodations portal for students and faculty on May 2.Continue...

Queen’s Black Faculty & Staff Caucus issues statement on Ukraine

On Mar. 21, Queen’s Black Faculty & Staff Caucus issued a statement on Russia’s invasion of Ukraine.Continue...

Schools without sexual misconduct policies fail their students

There’s a pervasive culture in higher education that prioritizes university faculty who have committed sexual misconduct over their students.Continue...

Faculty falter when addressing Indigenous topics

For Misko McGregor, (Comm ‘21), an Algonquin-Ojibwe student from Kitigan Zibi First Nation in Québec, it was a strange experience weighing in on his classmates’ presentations with his professor during the Indigenous component of his second-year Business Ethics course.Continue...

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