Senate

Permanent closure of PHE recommended

At this Tuesday’s Senate meeting, Arts and Science Interim Dean, Gordon Smith, announced that the School of Kinesiology and Health Studies (SKHS) has formally recommended the permanent closure of the Bachelor of Physical Health Education (BPHE) program.Continue...

If diversity isn’t Senate’s job, they can make it their responsibility

It’s time University administration stopped skimming over the difficult issues that affect us all.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...

Senate debates responsibility for lack of racial diversity amongst Queen’s professors

At Senate this week, a response to a letter addressed to the University’s governing body last December, was presented by the Senate EducationContinue...

Letter to the Editor: April 11

There seems to be some confusion over what the Sessional Dates Framework proposal does and does not propose. I am writing to try and clear up questions you might have.Continue...

Learning Outcomes Framework to go to vote

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

Queen’s Climate Action Plan challenged at Senate

At the start of the March 22 Senate meeting, Principal Daniel Woolf said the recent influx of letters the Senate received about a fall reading week proposal had been submitted too late for consideration.Continue...

Cut Senate a break

If you want to write an angry letter about how important Orientation Week is to you, you should be writing to your faculty, not Senate.Continue...

New sexual assault policy only the beginning

Talk of amending parts of the new sexual violence policy has begun just a week after the Queen’s Board of Trustees approved the document....Continue...

Queen’s invests $3 million in campus classrooms

Queen’s has announced that it will be investing $3 million towards classrooms to improve the teaching and learning environment on campus.Continue...

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