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Faculty & Staff

Faculty & Staff Resources

At Queen’s, we value our people and are committed to providing a supportive and rewarding work environment.

From department assistants and librarians to admissions coordinators and researchers, our staff and faculty are the heart of the Queen's experience.

International Educator Resources
  • International Educators' Resources:
    Developed by the Queen's University International Centre in the area of risk and responsibility in study abroad.

  • International Educators Training Program (IETP):
    Practical competency-based training to those working in the field of international education (e.g. study abroad, international student advising, administration of international programs, intercultural communication, etc.).

  • SGS 802. English Language Communication Skills for Teaching Purposes:
    A graduate level course offered to Graduate Students/Teaching Fellows who are non-native speakers of English and who need to improve their English-language communication skills to better support undergraduate students in their learning. The course focuses on teaching strategies, classroom communication skills, cross-cultural awareness, and English pronunciation. Contact the Centre for Teaching and Learning for more information.

Spotlight

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    Teaching Development Day – September 6

    Diversity and Inclusion in Queen’s Learning Environments

    TD Day brings together students, faculty, and other teaching staff to collaborate and build strong, inclusive communities of teaching and learning at Queen’s.

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    Faculty180

    Faculty180 is a new software tool that provides a convenient place to keep a record of and manage CV-type information. Available to all Queen’s faculty, librarians, and archivists.

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    lynda.com

    Why not pick up some new skills this summer? lynda.com lets you learn at your own pace and is free for Queen's students, faculty, and staff.

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    Increase in Phishing Attacks at Queen’s

    Beware of emails asking you to verify personal information, such as your NetID and password. Learn how to identify phishing messages and protect yourself.