SGPS

Three of five positions uncontested in SGPS elections

Queen's Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) is holding executive elections on Feb. 11-12.Continue...

No stance is the wrong stance

The Society of Graduate and Professional Students' (SGPS) recent decision to not take a stance on the bombing of two universities in Gaza was careless and lacked transparency.Continue...

Deadlines without consideration

Yesterday, the Graduate Studies Executive Council (GSEC) lowered graduate time-to-completion limits for PhD and Master’s Candidates to four years and two years respectively.Continue...

Poor housekeeping

The safe space in the Grey House, a place that caters to Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgendered and Questioning (LGBTQ) students, is at risk.Continue...

Grey House groups face removal

OPIRG, the Levana Gender Advocacy Centre and EQuIP have been given until September 30 to move out of the Grey House.Continue...

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...

SGPS responds to CFS-O lawsuit over Student Choice Initiative

SGPS President Jeremy Abramska says the Ontario government’s Student Choice Initiative will have a “dramatic effect” on his more than 4,000 graduate constituents.Continue...

SGPS hosts Queen’s International Women’s Conference

On Mar. 16, the SGPS hosted the Queen’s International Women’s Conference in Robert Sutherland Hall—continuing the celebration one week after International Women’s Day.Continue...

News in Brief

Aesculapian Society to depart from AMS, join SGPS

Last week, medical students in the Aesculapian Society voted to become a member society of the SGPS.

Effective Sept. 1, 2019, the Society...Continue...

University establishes working group for graduate experience

A new working group is in the process of drafting recommendations that could potentially change the graduate experience at Queen’s.Continue...

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