Linking academic and professional communities to advance knowledge and build capacity for creative leadership in public policy and industrial relations is a fundamental part of the School’s activities. Together, with its associated institutes and centres, the School offers a full calendar of extra-curricular programs including weekly speakers’ series, distinguished lectures and conference programs throughout the year.
These activities are supported by our faculty and fellows, who, as members of national and international networks, are involved in transforming research into action. They bring students, faculty and alumni as well as other members of the Queen’s community together with policy leaders, senior practitioners and prominent scholars for the consideration of major questions facing our society, our country and our world.
For information on events, please contact:
Chris Cornish - firstname.lastname@example.org.
Dear Premiers: How Does 20 Years of Fiscal Austerity Sound? (Oct 23, 2015)
If Canada had a System-Wide Healthcare Strategy, What Form Could it Take? (Oct 15, 2015)
Inequality, Social Policy, and the Election (Oct 8 2015)
October 4 - 6, 2015
Attracting and Retaining New Talent in an Accountability Era: Deputy Ministers Speak Out (Oct 1, 2015)