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From A Student's Perspective - Life & Adventure

What have our graduate students been up to during their stay at Queen's? How have they taken the Queen's experience and made it their own? Read the stories below to get an exciting look at graduate life from a student's perspective.


Dan MulderDan Mulder
Anatomy & Cell Biology
Being at Queen's is a family affair
Ana-Joel FalconAna-Joel Falcon-Weibe
Art History
"Don't set limits on yourself"
Catherine CoppCatherine Copp
Art History
A Bader Fellowship and off to Europe
Christopher GarnhamChristopher Garnham
Biochemistry
Possibilities for Antifreeze proteins
Amanda TraceyAmanda Tracey
Biology
A true labour of love...
Samantha KlausSamantha Klaus
Biology
Languages or frog calls!
Nicolle DomnikNicole Domnik 
Biomedical & Molecular Sciences
Possibilities at grad school
Vicki Ho and Jessica CockburnVikki Ho/Jess Cockburn 
Cancer Research
A transdisciplinary program.
Yaoting ZhangYaoting Zhang
Chemistry
Balancing complex research
Pat & Tim RichardsonPat & Tim Richardson
Civil Engineering
Team work in the lab & on the rugby field
Nik WoottonNik Wootton
Civil Engineering
An integrated learning experience
Ian CuthbertsonIan. A. Cuthbertson
Cultural Studies
"Give researchers a venue & they'll impress you"
Daniel VenaDaniel Vena
Cultural Studies
High flying ambition
Mimi GellmanMimi Gellman
Cultural Studies
Arts '49 Principal Wallace Award Recipient
PHoto of Dhyanesh_ChaudhariDhyanesh Chaudhari
Electrical & Computer Engineering
Applying own creative ideas in spare time!
john lamJohn Lam
Electrical & Computer Engineering
A Bright Future - John had an idea!
PHoto of Floxy-Akhuetie Floxy Akhuetie
Environmental Studies
An Environmental Passion
photo of Joanne LinnayJoanne Linnay
Environmental Studies
CIDA funded Cape Town research.
Atanu Sarkar  Atanu Sarkar
Environmental Studies
Medical Doctor & MES Student 
Atanu Sarkar  Atif Kukaswadia
Epidemiology
Avid scientist & writer
Bassutti_ThumbnailAnthony Bassutti
Geography
Merging science and social science...
laura branscombeLaura Branscombe
Geological Engineering
An internship paved the way for graduate study.
Sara Korosi Sara Korosi
Global Development
A track record of ambitious involvement...
maggie walshMaggie Walsh
Industrial Relations
Cornell or Queen's? That was the question.
jodan harding Jordon Harding
Industrial Relations
Student & fundraiser - a natural link for this man.
photo o f Sarah-BarnesSarah Barnes
Kinesiology & Health Studies
Shooting for the Stars
Peter AtuparePeter Atupare
Law
Queen's first PhD in Law
patrick reynolds & sonPatrick Reynolds
Mathematics & Statistics
He's unabashedly passionate about math!
photo of Ellen and KayEllen & Vanessa
MD/PhD
Medical Doctor & Researcher!
Jamaica CassJamaica Cass
Microbio & Immunology
Cancer Research not just a numbers game
christina guzzoChristina Guzzo
Microbio & Immunology
Luck or just loads of hard work!
laura smithsonLaura Smithson
Neuroscience
Keeping Fit, Keeping Smart
ian cameronIan Cameron
Neuroscience
The Last Frontier for this pioneer.
Melaina Weiss Melaina Weiss
Philosophy
The Philosophy behind Rugby...
Sara PavanSara Pavan
Political Studies
Research World opens up for Sara...
DSaunders_thumb.jpgDaniel Saunders
Psychology
Biological Motion Perception!
Photo of Kelly OgilvieKelly Ogilvie
Public Health
Getting practical about Public Health...
Photo of MPH student, Osama_BerradaOsama Berrada
Public Health
Arriving at a critical juncture...
Sarah WafaSarah Wafa
Public Health
A Summer in Geneva
David BekingDavid Beking
Public Health
Aspiring to Help the Marginalized
Tessa Elliott_Thumbnail.Tessa Elliott
Rehabilitation Science
Looking at Gait & Mobility in People with MS
PriscillaFerrazi_Thumbnail.Priscilla Ferrazzi
Rehabilitation Science
Canadian arctic mental health & criminal justice
Heather RidgwayHeather Ridgway
Rehabilitation Science
Choosing the right school
TomFlynn_ThumbTom Flynn
Rehabilitation Science
His Mum was right!
Photo of Kelli ChamberlainKelli Chamberlain
Physical Therapy
Pursuing her career while giving back to her sport
PHoto of Dr James Miller & An JingAn Jing
International CSC student
Came to Queen's to study with Dr Miller
Sachil Singh Sachil Singh
Sociology
Using a surveillance studies lens
Tara SpearsTara Spears
Urban & Regional Planning
Inaugural Sue Hendler Fellowship
Kevin HouseKevin House
Urban & Regional Planning
The first to go on an exchange to Australia