Student Engagement

Trudeau stops by

In the first installment of the sit-down series this year, Justin Trudeau speaks to the Journal about student issues, engagement and his time in the political sphere.Continue...

At first assembly, incoming AMS executive presents vision

On Monday, the AMS held its annual incoming assembly, providing the new executive—Team AJW—with a chance to present their priorities to the body.Continue...

Queen's launches 2019 National Survey of Student Engagement

Last month, Queen’s launched the 2019 National Survey of Student Engagement (NSSE) for first- and fourth-year students.Continue...

AMS Symposium sees low turnout

The inaugural Student Advocacy Symposium saw a low attendance rate despite mandatory advance registration.Continue...

First AMS ‘Student Advocacy Symposium’ taking place this weekend

On Sunday, the AMS will host its first-ever Student Advocacy Symposium.Continue...

Satisfaction survey needs the complexity of student perspectives

Queen’s spirit can be distilled: tricolour face paint, the Oil Thigh, purple engineers, red Queen’s Bands kilts, or the silhouette of Grant Hall. But for senior students looking back on their years at the University, Queen’s is more complicated than that.Continue...

It’s up to the AMS to increase student engagement

As President Jennifer Li told those who attended this year’s AMS Annual General Meeting, “it’s no secret that engagement with the AMS hit an all-time low this year.” Now it’s time we start asking why.Continue...

Make our AMS yours

Queen’s is an exceptional school, filled with exceptional students. These are students who are involved in clubs, sports teams, faculty societies and community groups; they’ve made many meaningful contributions to the Queen’s experience.Continue...

No more excuses

Around this time last year I walked into the JDUC’s McLaughlin Room in anticipation of attending my first town hall meeting — it was to solicit student input on the changes to the minimum tuition payment deadline.Continue...