Nine School of Urban and Regional Planning (SURP) students have embarked on an intensive field trip to Shanghai as part of an inaugural international planning project course
Mike Condra, HCDS spoke recently at an Expanding Horizons workshop for graduate students on Mental Health Helping Skills.
Roy Jahchan, interested in the interaction between law & policy and offering his time to be on the Principal's Commision on Mental Health
2010-11 academic year produced 27 graduate academic allstars
Kelli Chamberlain, Gaels women's soccer captain and Physical Therapy student
Heather Ridgway, varsity soccer athlete and research focus in Rehabilitation Science.
Casper Christiansen, Biology is continuing his climate change research up in the Arctic north.
12th annual Rosa Bruno-Jofre Symposium in Education in March 2012 invites submissions.
Expanding Horizons workshops next week are in different venues
Emma, PhD in Neuroscience and winner of the "Dance your PhD" video contest.
Master’s student in the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, Dhyanesh Chaudhari loves his research and applying his skills outside the lab.
The Enrichment Studies Unit calls for proposals from Queen’s University departments, faculty members and graduate students to instruct in Spring 2012
When Ciara Murphy set out to write a play about women in the military as part of her graduate work, she wasn’t doing it theoretically.
When Dr. James Miller received an email from a graduate student in China asking if she could come and study with him for a year, he didn’t hesitate.
Profile on Robin Schock, M.Ed and what she is doing now.
Expanding Horizons workshop series for graduate & professional students is all set to go.
Hospitality Services has a one time offer for grad students
Drs Kirby & Wade-Woolley, Faculty of Education, working on the development of reading in us all.
Welcome Orientation a great start for our grad students to know what's on offer just for them
Congratulations to Jillian Burford-Grinnel and Josephine Tsang.
Profile on Prof Andrew Pollard, Mechanical & Materials Engineering
With a Bader Fellowship in hand, it was off to Europe for this Art Historian
Charles Beach and Virginia Walker are the 2011 recipients of the Award for Excellence in Graduate Supervision.
Bursaries, meeting rooms, quiet places to study and lunch time speaker series are just some of the activities and support offered at the Centre.
Recent graduate Dr. Christopher DeLuca won the Canadian Association for Curriculum Studies (CACS) Outstanding Dissertation Award for excellence in curriculum studies at the doctoral level.
Elizabeth Allen is now working with KEDCO's business development team
Helping you optimise your academic performance
Queen’s Libraries have more than just books, they have specialized resources and librarians just to help you!
Graduate students - congratulations from us all
Sachil Singh, PhD candidate in Sociology and his research using a surveillance studies lens to look at the South African credit card economy.
When PhD student Zozan Pehlivan found out she’d won a prestigious dissertation fellowship from the Institute of Historical Research (IHR) in the United Kingdom, she couldn’t believe her luck. “
Dr. Amy Latimer knows why she goes into work every day. “I hope to be able to make a difference in the lives of others,”
Peter Atudiwe Atupare always knew he wanted to go to law school. But after earning a law degree (LLB) in his native Ghana, he knew it wasn’t enough.
Pursuing a PhD in the Department of Microbiology and Immunology, Cass, 25, is making cancer research her specialty.
When Pamela Sweet started her Master’s degree in Urban Planning at Queen’s, she had no idea where it was going to take her.
Dr Andrew Feustel, PhD '99 in Geological Sciences took off today on his second flight into space.
Profile on Dr Ugo Piomelli, Mechanical & Materials Engineering
Casey Hurrell, History has been chosen to attend this summer's prestigious research program at Columbia University in New York City
Dr Fabio Colivicchi outlines the Department's international collaborations and the importance of building strong ties with other scholars
Natasha Sharpe has come a long way since doing her Master’s in Philosophy at Queen’s
Profile on Christopher Garnham, Biochemistry
On the afternoon of April 13, 2011, the Third Annual Queen's School of Computing Awards ceremony took place with five going directly within the graduate community.
From organizing community gardens and bike repair workshops, to promoting drinking fountains, solar panels and recycling, when it comes to “greening” the Queen’s campus, the SGPS Sustainability Committee always has a handful of valuable projects on-the-go
Grad students have lots to teach. Erin Smith and Eric Hardjo share a laugh as they describe the experience of teaching high school kids how to make mini wind turbines using mostly found materials.
Help develop a leadership development program for emerging leaders at Queen’s University by completing this survey
Looking for volunteers for Kingston's first Science Rendezvous as part of a National event.
One of the recipients of this year's Steve Cutway Accessibility Award
Updates on SOLUS that you need to know from the Office of the Registrar.
The annual meeting is set for May 31st, 2011, but a call for abstracts is now open.
For most people, earning one PhD would be accomplishment enough. That’s why Terry Bridges, who is working on his second doctoral degree, laughs when he considers his current trajectory...
Undergraduate students can get real experiences now to prepare for graduate studies...
What Ivana couldn’t have predicted was her research becoming immediately relevant in the wake of an international disaster
More information on transcripts, tax forms and graduating.
Congratulations to Dr Winn
Abstract submission deadline for 13th Rehabilitation Research Colloquium has been extended to April 1st.
Profile on Chi Yan Lam, Education
Graduate Student History Association hosts the 8th McGill-Queen's graduate conference
Opportunity to do some work overseas
Our grad students host 2nd annual conference
Find out about the combined graduate program in Economics and Law
Learn about the changes to our registration system.
The School of Graduate Studies has enlisted Yazan Qasrawi (computing) to write a blog for international students
An American who came to Queen's to further his studies...
How will this affect you?
For PhD candidates Jess Cockburn and Vikki Ho, the reasons for taking an interdisciplinary approach to research are clear...
For the 13th Rehabilitation Research Colloquium, which will be hosted by the School of Rehabilitation Therapy, at the Queen's University Club, on May 20th, 2011
The call for nominations for 2011 are now open
For Dr. Niko Troje, it all started with flies and bees -- but it was pigeons that brought him to Queen’s...
Psychology are holding their annual open house for prospective grad students today.
Queen's New Grading System
The more you have to do, the more you will get done.
Narij Kumar, Biology Phd candidate moved from Mumbai to Canada.
Profile on Kinesiology &Health studies student Shea Balish
Profile on Education Master's student.
Goodluck to our curlers
Open House a success
Biological motion perception - your perception of body language
Welcome reception and more