News in Brief

News in brief

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News in Brief

Some Saudi Arabian students to finish degrees in Canada; New hires in the Office of Indigenous InitiativesContinue...

News in Brief

Two honourary degrees awarded in Fall convocation; Ground broken on new building in Williamsville; University research fund open for applications.Continue...

News in Brief: Mayor's Innovation Challenge

The Mayor’s Innovation Challenge (MIC), an annual contest hosted by the City of Kingston, is returning for its second year.Continue...

News in Brief

The Saturday Club celebrates 120 years; Human Rights Office report late

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News in Brief: week 5

University strikes two new search committees; Richard Reznick awarded honourary fellowship from Royal College of Surgeons in England; Kingston Police break up fight between bicycle owner and alleged thief; Queen’s receives $15.5 million of Government of Canada’s $558 million discovery research investment; Queen’s hosts conference to celebrate Indigenous Health Network mentorship initiative.

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News in Brief: Winter week 9

Nuisance party bylaw will not be in effect for St. Patrick’s Day; over 60 electric vehicle charging stations planned for main campus; 2018-19 AMS corporate head managers hiredContinue...

P&CC Head Manager resigns

Samantha Lall, Head Manager of P&CC, tendered her resignation early Thursday morning, marking the second year in a row the P&CC Head Manager has resigned.Continue...

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Queen’s approves revisions to travel reimbursement and expense policy

Effective March 20, Queen’s has revised its policy around university-related business travel.

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Learning Outcomes Framework to go to vote

Queen’s Senate will be voting on a new Learning Outcomes Framework for students in April.Continue...

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