Missed it the first time around. Here they are
Best wishes for a safe break
Registration for Winter workshops is now open
Queen's students organize 12th Annual Health & Human Rights Conference
Profile on Sharday Mosurinjohn
Queen's Alum Elsa Hansen's work at the Centre for Communicable Disease Dynamics at Harvard.
Profile on Civil Engineering & varsity rugby twins, Tim & Pat Richardson.
Graduating and a baby all in one day
715 grad students attained their degrees this week.
Graduate students are also in the mix of Queen's Academic Allstar varsity athletes for 2011-12.
Floxy Akhuetie moved from Nigeria to Kingston to pursue her Master’s in Environmental Studies.
Techno-natures 2012: the Syracuse/Queen’s/Cornell Geography & History Exchange
When asked what the future has in store for Doctoral student Emma Dargie, she stated, “I will go wherever my passion takes me.”
Winter recieves QUAA award
Kelly Ogilvie has travelled the world gaining amazing work experience in the field of healthcare.
Profile on Education Alumnist, Tammy Chen and her work with "Bright Futures of Burkina Faso
Reception held to hand out first certificates
Congratulations to Dr Akl and Dr Walters on their awards
The centre piece for next year's Artignite, submissions to curate Allumage are open
Ban Righ Sharing Strategies Panelists Give Women an Inside Look at the Transition from Grad Student to Faculty Member
On August 30th the Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarship program chose to make its official announcement of this year’s recipients at Queen’s campus.
Getting to know a new campus can be like acquainting yourself with a small city – within the new city you’re also trying to navigate
On September 1, the Pero sisters will take part in a fundraising journey where they will paddle for three days.
Profile on Sarah Bingham, Urban & Regional Planning's study exchange to Australia
Profile of Stacey Alari (Sociology) research into re-entry processes of female offenders in Ontario
Arlinda Rucco wants to focus on chronic disease and program evaluation
Master’s of Public Health alum Wei Cao’s journey through Queen’s
Profile on David Beking, Public Health who turned to Queen's to find a program that focused on the study of health and not just illness
Profile on Jennifer Bossio, Clinical Psychology student who loves the idea of helping people with her work in any way she can.
Profile on Sara Wafa, Public Health and the summer she spent in Geneva at the World Health Organisation
Profile on Megan Bond, Education and as she explains "teachers wield a lot of power, it's a gift to have that kind of influence"
The award is designed to attract and retain world-class doctoral students in natural sciences and engineering, social sciences and humanities, or health sciences
With balance of time and an organized schedule, it is possible to have a summer that is active, fun, and productive
Profile on Paula Muis, MPH candidate who is taking the opportunity to do something different and getting a sense of what else public health can provide
Profile on Kerri Froc, PhD candidate in Law
Queen's Master's of Public Health has arrived a a critical juncture for professionals and interdisciplinary students.
Exploring avenues for linking up with other students researching similar ideas
Profile on Public Health alumnist Alexa Mazzarello
Queen’s University is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr Brenda Brouwer as Vice-Provost and Dean of the School of Graduate Studies
Written by grad students for prospective and current grad students, they will give you tips on getting through grad studies
Today 285 graduated students got their degrees
How they fared in our inaugural bootcamp
Nik Wootton (Civil Engineering) and his colleagues get to combine research and professional development.
Profile on Laura Smithson, Neuroscience candidate, athlete and dedicated volunteer
From snapping turtles to fireballs and icecream, this year Science Rendezvous was nothing short of fascinating.
The Queen's Neuroscience Outreach Program started out with Queen's grad students wanting to interact with each other, their departments and the Kingston community. That was in 2004.
Wrap up of the inaugural 3MT competition and what it means to our grad students
Profile on Rebecca Scott (Sociology) and her interdisciplinary work in Brazil
Profile of Ana-Joel Falcon-Weibe, Ph.D candidate in Art History
The final of Queen's inaugural 3 minute thesis competition was brilliant!
After 3 great heats, the final of the 3 minute thesis competition is here.
heat 3 of 3mt was on yesterday and didn't disappoint
Profile on Barbara Meneley, Ph.D candidate in Cultural Studies and artist
Profile on Eduations iScore work
profile on heat 2 of the 3mt competition
Profile on Anthony Bassutti, Geography masters candidate
Dr Nick Graham and several computing grad students exploring the possibility of using interactive video games to help young people struggling with cerebral palsy.
Profile on the Peer Support Centre and two grad student volunteers
GSEC approved a policy statement on the Accommodation of Graduate students with disabilities.
Reading and translation french course to fulfill language requirements for some grad students.
Education alumnist, Alyson Huntly has found her dream career...
Christine Doe’s love of travel has taken her to the other side of the world, exposing her to new languages, and ultimately, to Queen’s for a PhD in Education (major in Cognitive Studies, minor in Curriculum Studies).
Queen's is one step closer to approval of a graduate certificate in community relations for the mining industry
Tara Spears, Urban & Regional Planning, is the inaugural recipient.
Donna Woolcott, Executive Director of Ontario Universities Council on Quality Assurance, visited Queen's today..
Three Minute Thesis competition for grad students is now open
Outline of how to nominate for the Excellence in Graduate Supervision award
Profile of Fatmah Fallatah on pursuing her Masters in Nursing at Queen's while living in Toronto
Kevin House, was offered the opportunity to spend six months in Australia as part of his Master's program.