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Faculty & Staff Resources

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

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

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.


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    Ask an Astronaut!

    On April 6, Queen’s is hosting a Q&A with Drew Feustel, PhD’95, while he is aboard the International Space Station. Community members will have the chance to ask him a question LIVE during the event!

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    Art of Research Photo Contest

    Voting is now open for the Art of Research “People’s Choice” category! Vote for your favourite image before Tuesday, March 20 at 4 pm.

  • [Sherwood Lecture]
    John M. Sherwood Lecture

    Dr. Michael Gordin, Princeton University: Identifying Einstein: Being German or Jewish in Prague (and Elsewhere)
    Thursday, March 22 at 5 pm, University Club

  • [students and patient in the clinic]
    Open House – March 26

    The Standardized Patient & OSCE Program is expanding and will be hosting an open house for Queen’s faculty, staff, and members of the Kingston community.

    School of Medicine, 1–4 pm. More about the program…

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    Faculty of Arts and Science Fellowships

    A new pre-doctoral fellowship program will recognize up and coming Indigenous scholars and enhance their academic profile. Application deadline April 1.

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    onQ Support

    Everything you need to get up and running with onQ, Queen's Learning Management System!

  • [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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    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.