Research

A summer of experience at the Queen's Biology Station

Contrary to my initial belief, waders — the waterproof overall type garment that fishermen use — aren’t invincible.Continue...

Bell, let’s talk

Donating to mental health research should be applauded, but the work doesn’t end there.Continue...

ASUS Academics Commission to launch Indigenous research journal

In an effort to address “holes” in the way ASUS serves students, ASUS Academics Commissioner Mitch Thibault, ArtSci ’17, has formally launched an undergraduate Indigenous Studies research journal.Continue...

The Disraeli Project wins award forty years in the making

Michel Pharand and his colleagues are joining the ranks of the many Queen’s faculty and alumni to be recognized for their innovative work in academia.Continue...

Senate addresses a lack of staff, Aboriginal students, and science reviews

Senate kicked off their year of meetings on Sept 27. by reviewing highlights of the summer and putting forth focused plans for action in the 2016-17 academic year.Continue...

University receives $2.1 million for research

The Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council (SSHRC) awarded $2.1 million in research funding to 22 Queen’s researchers through the SSHRC Insight program.Continue...

Board of Trustees set to vote on $87.5 million Wellness Centre project

During the July 14 meeting of the Queen’s Board of Trustees, over $100 million in University funds will be discussed — and potentially approved — for major capital projects.Continue...

NSERC, shine the light on smaller universities

The pursuit of knowledge, not the pursuit of finances, should matter most to those with the power to grant research opportunities.Continue...

Altitude research brings Queen’s student to Mount Everest

For most students, a birthday means throwing a party or going out to a favorite restaurant. For Queen’s PhD candidate Jeremy Walsh, his 30 th birthday was spent watching the sun rise at the base...Continue...

Queen’s researchers lead study on young people’s health

Queen’s researchers have found a correlation between the health of young Canadians and relationships with family, school, peers and community.Continue...

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