Research about trust and conflict management..
Profile on Melaina Weiss, Philosophy student and rugby player
Profile of Ryley Beddoe, civil engineer and varsity basketballer
Want to know what an amorous frog sounds like? Ask Samantha Klaus
A collaborative research and training program by NSERC
OUA champion and art historian.
Shannon Coyle, Gender Studies and Norman Barwin Scholarship for Reproductive Health award winner
Profile of three Urban & Regional planning varsity athletes
Challenges of graduate study can be amplified for international students by having to manage them in a new country, and (often) in a new language
a workshop series on Cultural Skills for the Canadian Context
Did you know that Cultural Studies PhD candidate Mimi Gellman...
This yearly event is calling for proposal submissions.
Grad students being more than just academics.
An invitation from Provost and Vice-Principal (Academic) Bob Silverman to international students
Funded by the Ontario Ministry of Health & Long Term Care, a Scholar Awards Program in Women's Health has been established
SHIFT, graduate journal of visual and material culture third issue released
Stressed out or anxious, the Health Counselling and Disability Service is there for you.
Audrey Kobayashi and Roderick Lindsay are the 2010 recipients of the Award for Excellence in Graduate Supervision.
Lots to learn at this orientation
First day back and into TD Day!
Are you eligible to graduate?
Arming yourself will skills now will help you keep the what-am-I-going-to-do-with-my-life fears in check come graduation day...
Lynda Jessup leaves her post as director of cultural studies for one year knowing she has helped build something special.
New graduate program set to train engineering students who are capable of creating positive change
The new collaborative program Biomedical Engineering is already very popular
Graduate students got to showcase their work at the recent Canadian Biomaterials Society conference
There are plenty of benefits to hosting conferences...
School of Graduate Studies bids a fond farewell....
Civil Engineering student Audrey Roy-Poirier wins CSCE Hydrotechnical Award.
At the end of May, a group of scientists, engineers, and environmental managers from universities, government and private companies gathered at Queen’s
Graduate students all together - fantastic!
MES student bikes across Canada for his thesis research
Confirmation date changed
Mohamed Hefny gets SPIE Award for his research work
Learning Stategies new module on ways to cope with presentation anxiety
announcement of thesis writing workshop
Expanding Horizons what is it and for who?
MIR student, Jordan Harding helping others
The School of Graduate Studies submitted its Academic Plan to the Vice-Principal (Academic) on April 15, 2010
The School of Policy Studies is looking forward to launching the new Professional Master of Industrial Relations (PMIR) program, which starts officially in September of this year
Queen’s Theological College and the Department of Religious Studies have joined forces to become the new Queen’s School of Religion.
Tuesday saw the 2nd reception honouring tri council scholarship holders.
Congratulations to Art History student Eric Weichel on his conference paper winning the President’s Prize, British Society for Eighteenth-Century Studies.
All graduate students are strongly encouraged to participate in online accessibility training now offered by Queen’s
Grad students are at it again...
Two more programs have their new websites up and running.
The Psych department welcomed prospective students to campus
Claire Grady Smith gives her account of participating in the conference
Poverty 2010: An Interdisciplinary & Community-based Graduate Conference to be held at Queen’s October 14-16, 2010
The SGS is calling for nominations for the 2009 Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Supervision
New program, new website
Great support for last nights open house
The ninth “Context & Meaning” conference by Queen’s Graduate Visual Culture Association will be entirely bilingual.
The CBS Conference, to be held this year at Queen's University on June 2 - 4, in the Biosciences Complex, is an opportunity for researchers from academia, the clinic, and industry to share their most recent findings in all aspects of biomaterials research.
Grand Opening celebrations for the new Queen's Centre kick off with an open house and ceremony at the new School of Kinesiology and Health Studies.
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 paves the way for China’s top aspiring PhD students by signing agreement with the China Scholarship Council