Queen's has received an invitation from the Chinese Embassy in Canada for applications in the China-Canada Scholars' Exchange Program (CCSEP) for the academic year 2010-11.
We invite graduate students in the humanities to take part in Shift: Queen's Graduate Journal of Visual and Material Culture.
Queen's has signed an agreement that will see some of China's most promising doctoral students study at the university.
Kim McAuley will be joining the School of Graduate Studies as an Associate Dean from July 1, 2010 to June 30, 2011. Dr. McAuley is replacing Brenda Brouwer who will be on administrative leave.
PhD candidate Kashif Ali's paper, "Distributed Receiving in RFID Systems" has won the best paper award at the IEEE Local Computer Networks Conference, said Dr. Selim Akl of Queen's Computing Department.
We are pleased to announce the launch of the second issue of Shift: Queen's Graduate Journal of Visual and Material Cultureon 01 October 2009.
Marc Epprecht of the Department of Global Development Studies has received the Desmond Tutu Award recognizing his "Outstanding Contributions to the Study of Sexuality in Africa."
Over this past summer, Student Affairs has been working hard at putting together a website specifically for our graduate students.
The School of Graduate Studies announces the 2009 recipients: * Lynda Jessup (Art) and * Kimberley McAuley (Chemical Engineering).
When she submitted her MSc thesis in Community Health & Epidemiology to the School of Graduate Studies earlier this month, Jenn Carpenter, an assistant professor in the Department of Emergency Medicine, reached a landmark for graduate studies at Queen's - the 1,000th electronic thesis submission since the introduction of the E-Thesis program in July 2007.
Graduate & Bachelor of Education students once again delivered the Safe Spaces in Education Forum this year, allowing members of the Kingston & Queen's communities involved in Education to get together to discuss "safe spaces".
Want to know a little more about some of our new programs? Over the summer months they have been working hard to get their websites ready for you.
Principal Tom Williams has announced that David Gordon has been appointed Director of the School of Urban and Regional Planning for a five-year term commencing July 1, 2009.
Congratulations to Graduate Students for Environmental Sustainability (GSES) who unveiled a Trash Art display in February highlighting excessive paper consumption at Queen's University.
Queen's Doctoral students Daniel Cownden (Maths & Statistics) and Timothy Lillicrap (Neuroscience) have won the international game-theory tournament called Cultaptation and 10,000 euros for their innovative and intuitive program called "DiscountMachine".
Residents here outsmart the rest of Canada, with more PhD holders per capita than any other major Canadian city, according to Statistics Canada figures and some number crunching by Sun Media.
Andrew Feustel always wanted to go into space. But his path to getting there took him deep underground.
Congratulations to Guy Tegomo, PhD student in French Studies, who participated in the 35th Annual Congress of the African Literature Association (ALA) which took place from the 15th to the 19th of April 2009 in Burlington, VT (USA).
Department Heads and Graduate Coordinators from a number of Queen's Schools and Faculties gathered to consider the potential for Professional Master's programs at Queen's University.
Scheduled leaves and vacations are a recognized benefit in terms of personal health and workplace productivity.
Psychology professor Niko Troje and PhD candidate Dorita Chang have been turning Minyan Wang's world upside down.
The Ontario Centre for Engineering and Public Policy (OCEPP) is pleased to announce that Jana Levison has taken up the post of inaugural junior fellow.
Student Activists Encourage Paper Use Awareness with Transformative Trash-Art