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  • [law students on stage]

    Queen's Law students raised more than $25,000 for charitable causes in the 2017-18 school year through talent shows like Cabaret (pictured) and Lawlapalooza, sports, live music and more

  • [students on stage]

    The Dan School of Drama and Music brought together nearly 100 high school students from the Ottawa region on April 23 for a full day of workshops and music making on a grand scale, culminating with a mass ensemble performance in the stunning Performance Hall at the Isabel.

  • [grad students working in Coastal Engineering Lab]

    Learn what goes on at the Queen's Coastal Engineering Lab, the largest university hydraulics laboratory in Canada. (Photo: Bernard Clark)

  • [Buttons with text "Ask me about ...."]

    On April 18, more than 30 Queen's researchers, students and administrators participated in "Queen's on the Hill" in Ottawa – a day of advocacy and a research showcase reception. Researchers wore "ask me about" buttons that highlighted their areas of expertise.

  • [George Ewan and Art McDonald]

    Professors Emeritus George Ewan and Art McDonald flip through the pages of the Nobel Prize plinth, to be installed between Ontario Hall and Grant Hall as soon as the weather cooperates!. (Photo by Bernard Clark) Find more photos...

  • [collage of winning photos]

    Congratulations to the winners of this year's Art of Research photo contest! Photos by (clockwise from top-left): James Xie, Naseem Loloie, Stephanie Dickey, Alexandra Pedersen, Fei Chen, and Derek Esau. Read the story…

  • [at the Eastern Ontario Regional Seminar of the Royal Society of Canada]

    Pictured (l-r): Dr. Amir Fam (co-chair), Dr. Stéphanie Bélanger, Dr. Craig Walker, Dr. Anne Croy, The Honourable Peter Milliken, and Dr. John Burge (co-chair) at the Eastern Ontario Regional Seminar of the Royal Society of Canada, held at Queen’s on April 14.

  • [children asking question to Drew on screen]

    Queen’s hosted the only Educational Downlink from NASA by a Canadian university on April 6. Members of the Queen’s and Kingston community had the opportunity to ask questions to Dr. Drew Feustel aboard the ISS during a live Q&A. (Photo by Garrett Elliott. See Facebook album…)

Spotlight

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    BFA Grad Exhibition

    (un)titled. is a showcase of this year's Bachelor of Fine Art Honours graduating class.

    Ontario Hall, April 23–28
    Closing reception on April 28, 7–10 pm

  • [new graduate at convocation ceremony]
    Apply to Graduate - Spring 2018

    April 30 is the deadline to apply to graduate for Spring 2018 and to reserve Convocation guest tickets.

  • [Good luck with exams!]
    Library Hours

    Need somewhere to study on campus? Stauffer Library will be open 24 hours until April 25!

  • [picture of students writing]
    Student Academic Success Services

    Get help with exam preparation, writing, and learning strategies – SASS offers workshops and classes, one-to-one consultations, and online resources.

  • [student loading truck]
    Resources for Moving

    Here are some resources to make your move out process as seamless as possible!

    Moving out of Residence? We've got you covered too!

  • [kids at summer camp]
    Summer Camps

    Queen’s has a wide variety of camps for children of all ages – from sports and eco-adventures to geography, art, math, drama and much more!

Experience Queen's

Queen’s, we have an astronaut.

Drew Feustel, PhD’95, is on a six-month mission on the International Space Station to serve as Commander.