News & Events

Notice of facilities work: Impact on access to Lederman Law Library
Beginning Thursday June 22, and continuing until end-of-day Monday June 26, work being done on the flooring will prevent access to the Lederman Law Library. Law students and faculty will still be
Fireplace Reading Room
Stauffer Library: Fire alarm and paging system testing
Beginning at 1 pm today, Siemens will be in Stauffer Library to resolve an issue with the fire alarm strobes and paging system.  This will require some audible testing. We expect that the tests of
Kathleen Ryan Hall Exterior
Facilities Update – Kathleen Ryan Hall roofing and air conditioning
Physical Plant Services has contracted Amherst Roofing to complete some needed shingle replacement at Kathleen Ryan Hall. Barriers and scaffolding will be put up on the south side of the building,
Smiling librarians at GAC-MAC table
175th anniversary of the Geological Survey of Canada
In 1842, the Canadian government established the Geological Survey of Canada (GSC), which has the distinction of being Canada’s first science agency, and is now part of Natural Resources Canada’s
Botterell Hall
Notice of Construction Noise: June 12 – Mid August
Due to an ongoing capital project on the west side of Botterell Hall, there will be some construction noise heard in Bracken Health Sciences Library, particularly in the lower levels. While the
Steven Maynard and his students from HIST 312 attend the opening of the exhibition The Taste of the Library that they created and curated
Submit Your Nomination! Promoting Student Inquiry Teaching Award
Nominations are now being accepted for 2017 Promoting Student Inquiry Teaching Award. Please consider nominating a colleague, or self-nomination. This award is sponsored and coordinated by Queen’s
Douglas Library exterior on a sunny day
Facilities Update: Water shut-down in Douglas and Lederman Law Library
Physical Plant Services is scheduling water shutdowns in building across campus to ensure we are in compliance with the water use by-law implemented by the City of Kingston. The two dates and
Nancy McCormack
Law Librarian Publishes New Book on Statutory Interpretation
Nancy McCormack’s new book, How to Understand Statutes and Regulations, 2nd ed., offers a clear and comprehensible overview of how legislation comes into being, how it is constructed, and how the
rows of books on shelves in Downsview
Downsview Preservation Partnership
We are pleased to announce that Queen’s University has partnered with four other Ontario universities to support the long-term preservation and access to scholarly print materials. Keep@Downsview