DEVS MA students share a study/lounge area with MA students from two other programs: Cultural Studies and Gender Studies. Located in Mackintosh-Corry Hall adjacent to the cafeteria, the space includes individual study carrels hardwired for computers, individual lockers, meeting rooms for TA office hours, and a communal lounge.
The Queen's library system has invested heavily in its development studies holdings, allowing Queen's students and faculty access to a comprehensive range of online journals covering all facets of the discipline alongside building a substantial holding of books and monographs in the field.
DEVS has a small allocation to assist MA students to present papers at conferences. For more information, contact the Graduate Assistant.
The School of Graduate Studies (SGS), in partnership with student service providers at Queen’s, offers Expanding Horizons - a series of workshops and seminars to support the academic, personal, and professional success of graduate students. Topics relate to professional skills and career development.
Studies in National and International Development (SNID) is a weekly interdisciplinary seminar series that examines issues of local, national and global development. Presenters include Queen's faculty, graduate students, and guest scholars. The seminars take place on Thursday afternoons; they are free of charge and open to the public.