Increasingly, educators and students alike are seeing the benefits – and the need – for the kind of learning that takes place outside the classroom.
There’s no journalism program at Queen’s, but that doesn’t mean there’s no student interest in the media or in media careers.
Jeffrey Kofman, Artsci'81, engaged students in the world of modern journalism in a unique course held at the BISC.
Zach Katsof, Artsci’06, is one young alumnus who’s proving that career success is more about the person than his or her degree credentials.
For Bruce Lampard, Sc’91, being president of the Canadian branch of Doctors Without Borders is challenging, but the job has its rewards.
John Paterson, Sc’78, MSc’83, and his wife Maureen (O’Shaughnessy), Sc’81, have achieved their dream of building an eco-lodge in the mountains of Costa Rica
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Kelli-anne Johnson, Sc'16, gets career advice from Annette Bergeron, Sc'87.
Alana Sergeant, Mus'13, Ed'14, talks to Cynthia Johnston Turner, Mus'85, Ed'86.