SGPS

SGPS to delay signing non-academic misconduct agreement in favour of conducting internal review

After the Board of Trustees approved the University’s revised Student Code of Conduct in May, the new non-academic misconduct (NAM) system required student governments to sign an agency agreement by student governments to execute their portion of the discipline system.Continue...

Board of Trustees begins the year with messages from new Provost and student leaders

The first Board of Trustees meeting began on Sept. 30 with a moment of silence for Brady Faroldi and Donald Hargreaves, two members of the Queen’s community who passed away in recent months.Continue...

SGPS council meeting highlights internal privacy issues

On September 13, the Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) held their first council meeting of the academic year.Continue...

SGPS motion restricting student fees causes concern

At an April meeting of the Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS), a proposed motion on student fee eligibility criteria set off some alarms.Continue...

Breastfeeding-friendly spaces open on campus

Thanks to two Nursing students, mothers on the Queen’s campus now have three new spaces where they can breastfeed.Continue...

Law Students' Society debates AGM's legitimacy

“A growing number of students [are] expressing concerns that the [Law Students’ Society] is out of touch with its student body,” Law Students’ Society student senator Ian Moore said in his year-...Continue...

2016-17 SGPS executive elected

The Society for Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) has announced the results of the 2016 SGPS election and referendum .

Saba Farbodkia was elected for...Continue...

SGPS debate sees little contention

With five of the six positions uncontested, this year’s graduate society all-candidates’ debate saw more cohesion than contention.Continue...

2016 SGPS Election

For candidate profiles, visit: www.qjlongform.com

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Parenting Room opens on campus

The Society of Graduate and Professional Students (SGPS) has opened a space for student parents on campus.Continue...

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