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​Academic Showcases

Queen's students gain valuable experience and skills through competitions, team challenges, and at conferences - both Queen's- and student-run. They also showcase their talents and research by participating in many inter-collegiate, provincial, national, and international competitions.

  • [Inquiry at Queen's]
    Inquiry@Queen's - a celebration of inquiry-based learning showcasing the research of undergraduate students
  • [Queen’s Law places third in world-wide ELSA Moot Court Competition]
    Queen’s Law places third in world-wide ELSA Moot Court Competition
  • [Queen’s Law wins Canada’s inaugural environmental law moot]
    Supreme Court of Canada Justice Thomas Cromwell and Queen’s law students accepting 1st prize at the Willms & Shier Environmental Law Moot
  • [Queen's Model Parliament]
    Queen's Model Parliament on Parliament Hill in Ottawa

Explore some of the different showcase opportunities available at Queen's...

General Academic Showcases

  • Inquiry@Queen's Undergraduate Research Conference: A celebration of inquiry-based learning that showcases research projects from Queen's undergraduates.

  • Three Minute Thesis (3MT™): A university-wide competition for Queen’s Masters (thesis only) and doctoral students in which participants present their research and its wider impact in three minutes or less to a panel of non-specialist judges.

  • Queen's Model Court: The premier law event on campus for undergraduate students. Spanning three days, the event includes four mock trials with unique focuses - one criminal, one corporate, one environmental, as well as a Non-Academic Discipline hearing facilitated by the Commission of Internal Affairs, which explores the judicial arm of the AMS.

  • Queen's Model Parliament: An interactive political conference that is held every January in the House of Commons in Ottawa.

  • Queen's Model United Nations: Canada's premier mid-sized Model UN conference. It aims to bring together students from across the province that share a strong interest in international affairs and a passion for learning.

  • Andrina McCulloch Public Speaking Competition: A joint program of the Department of Drama and the Student Life Centre. The competition is open to all Queen's students.

Program-specific Academic Showcases

Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science
  • IEEE Student Project Competition: Open to all engineering and computer science undergraduate students to present the results of their design or research projects.

  • Engineering Competition: Pits engineering students against each other in a day-long competition for the right to represent Queen's at the Ontario Engineering Competition.

  • Electrical and Computer Engineering Competition

  • Student design teams: Offer students at all levels a chance to apply their budding academic and practical knowledge to a variety of challenging real-world projects.

Faculty of Law