Senate

Proposed fall term break presented to Senate

The Feb. 23 Senate meeting began with Principal Daniel Woolf asking for a moment of silence for a Queen’s student who passed away on January 29. He left the student unnamed out of respect to his family.Continue...

Senate debates funding, student opportunities, programs and enrolment

The first Senate meeting of 2016 kicked off with heated discussions about post-secondary funding, job and internship opportunities and perceived over-enrollment at Queen’s.Continue...

Senate to vote on dual Masters degree

The Queen’s Senate will consider several motions at Tuesday’s meeting, including a proposed dual degree and changes to an international certificate.Continue...

New online degree in Health Studies

The Faculty of Health Sciences will be introducing a new, entirely online degree for its Bachelor of Science Honours (BScH) program beginning in September 2016.

The program, called...Continue...

Senate discusses the direction of non-academic misconduct

At the last Senate meeting of 2015, discussion ranged from the continuing review of non-academic discipline to a policy on sexual misconduct.Continue...

AMS NAD sees only three cases from May 1 to Oct. 5

While the AMS’s non-academic discipline (NAD) system handled 29 cases between May and October last year, only three have been processed during that same period this year.Continue...

Queen’s Senate Nov. 3 recap

Principal Daniel Woolf held a moment of silence for late Principal Ron Watts at the start of the second meeting of the Queen’s Senate this academic year.Continue...

Queen’s Senate Sept. 29 recap

The year’s first Senate meeting began on a somber note, as Principal Daniel Woolf informed staff of the passing of first-year student Andrea Mariano and addressed recent disturbances in the University District.Continue...

Queen’s Senate Sept. 29 preview

The Queen’s Senate — one of the University’s three governing bodies — will hold its first meeting of the year on Sept. 29 at 3:30 p.m. in Robert Sutherland Hall, Room 202.Continue...

QJPolitics: Why trash a good thing? The Senate works!

It’s not long until Parliament resumes sitting in Ottawa. After a 31-day delay by Prime Minister Stephen Harper, the legislative agenda is being reset with a Speech from the Throne — to...Continue...

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