graduate students

Teaching goes both ways

These days, your undergraduate experience isn’t complete without Teaching Assistants.Continue...

SGPS offers virtual office hours to students

While SGPS President Justine Aman said the Society is focused on staying up to date with the needs of graduate and professional students, she acknowledged there’s more work to be done.Continue...

Graduate students push for summer tuition suspension, worry about lack of income

As the University maintains summer tuition fees, graduate students have been left with their financial stability hanging in the balance during the COVID-19 pandemic.Continue...

Report finds food insecurity among female-identified graduate students, international students

Female-identified graduate students with family responsibilities are the most likely to experience food insecurity at Queen’s, a recent report found.

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Graduate peer support centre to open this month

The SGPS will open a new peer support centre for graduate students, according to the Society’s vice-president (Graduate), Leo Erlikhman.Continue...

Queen’s student talks mental health at Jack Summit

Queen’s student Grace Wedlake attended the annual Jack Summit to discuss mental health before a federal minister.Continue...

New space opens for graduate students on campus

This December, the SGPS and Stauffer Library celebrated the opening of the Helen Howard Graduate Students Reading Room.Continue...

News in Brief: Week 8

Office of University Ombudsman under review; University introduces new graduate childcare initiative.Continue...

New space to increase grad student interaction

Any graduate students who have ever had to compete against undergrads for a seat in Stauffer Library will be happy to hear that a new study space is about to open, reserved solely for them.Continue...

Welcome to grad school

Recently The Queen’s Journal shed some light on the reality of how graduate students’ funding packages can be drastically changed from their original agreement. However, certain aspects about this reality warrant more attention — especially regarding how graduate student poverty and professional development experiences are tied to these cuts.Continue...

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