This past April, graduate and undergraduate Education students, hosted a student panel discussion event to increase the awareness of discrimination and diversity in educational settings.
The Master's of Industrial Relations (MIR) Alumni Conference 2008: State of the Practice Seminar Series recently gave MIR students a chance to "mix and mingle" with alumni graduates and experts who are now working in the field.
A group of dedicated Queen's graduate students in Environmental Studies, Biology and Education have unveiled their trash art as a way to raise awareness of the physical waste produced in the Biosciences Complex and around campus.
Graduate students from Queen's recently hosted the 7th annual Art History and Conservation conference at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre called "Context & Meaning." Students from Queen's and international universities, scholars, and interested members of the public were invited to examine the concept of art in context.
Scholars and graduate students recently addressed the myth of the "Great White North" as a major theme in contemporary debates about Canadian geography and identity at a recent two-day workshop held February 1 and 2.
The theme for this year's Graduate Studies in Education Symposium is "Towards a Global Community: Theoretical and Practical Perspectives on Education," with guest speaker Dr Eva Krugly-Smolska, Associate Professor for the faculty of Education at Queen's, who will kick-off the event.
Associate Vice-Principal and Dean of Graduate Studies and Research Janice Deakin announces that David Gordon has been appointed Acting Director, School of Urban and Regional Planning (SURP), beginning February 1, 2008 and ending June 30, 2009.
While most of Queen's newest crop of graduates will leave the world of classrooms for the first time this spring, other graduates have taken more unusual routes to attaining degrees.
Your next career move may involve getting a graduate degree.
Funding for obesity research is available under a variety of CAMBIO-sponsored programs.
It's been and gone, but Queen's Department of Electrical & Computer Engineering, hosts since 1962 of the Symposium, are still a buzz.
About 800 incoming graduate students attended a September 2 orientation session - called "A Splash of Success, Changing the Tides of Tomorrow" -- to learn about the myriad of support services offered to them for their 2008/2009 school year.
Future international students at Queen's will benefit greatly from new doctoral scholarships announced by the federal government.
The School of Graduate Studies and Research is pleased to announce the 2008 recipients of the Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Supervision to Dr. Julian Barling from the School of Business and Dr. James Cordy from the School of Computing.
About $16.89 million invested by the Ontario Government in support of this program is aimed at developing partnerships between researchers and industry through the supply of grants that fund graduate student and post-doctoral internships of four, eight or in some cases 12-month durations.
On September 23, 2008 GSES (Graduate Students for Environmental Sustainability) coordinated a site cleanup as part of the TD Great Canadian Shoreline Cleanup.
The first Mexican research trainees to participate in a new federal government initiative partnering Canadian researchers with those from the developing world are about to begin their studies at Queen's University.
On October 6, 200, a workshop -- Tips for applying for scholarships and fellowships -- was held for graduate and professional students.
On Wednesday October 8th in Grant Hall, the School of Graduate Studies held a reception to congratulate and thank new Queen's graduate students who had received a Tri-council award (NSERC, SSHRC, CIHR) for the first time.
On October 18-19, our French Studies graduate students held their first conference to examine the relationship between memory and history from an interdisciplinary perspective.