News & Events

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I@Q: Celebrating Undergraduate Research
Inquiry@Queen's (I@Q), an annual conference that promotes and showcases undergraduate research at the university, is coming up on Thursday, March 9 and Friday, March 10. All events are open to the
Queen's Royal Charter
175th anniversary: A day to remember
On March 7, 1842, the first students arrived to begin their studies. Queen’s will mark the 175th anniversary of this important moment in its history with a special meeting of Senate. Several
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Union Gallery - New Shows and Reception
The Union Gallery is pleased to announce its new student group exhibitions: Groundwork, featuring work by fourth year BFA students; and Islands and The Woods by third year Queen’s Music student
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Notice: Special event in 1923 Reading Room on March 9, 2017
On March 9, 2017, the 1923 Reading Room in Douglas Library has been reserved for a special event. Set up will begin at noon, and tables will begin to be moved at about 1:30 pm. The room will be
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Student2Scholar wins the 2017 OCULA Special Achievement Award
Two Ontario projects received the OCULA Award for Special Achievement. Student2Scholar is an online learning tool focused on graduate research skill development. La Casita Azul is a learning resource
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Join us for a Freedom to Read Week pop-up Exhibit
  Freedom to Read Week is an annual event that encourages Canadians to think about and reaffirm their commitment to intellectual freedom, which is guaranteed them under the Charter of Rights and
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Notice: Replacing fire alarm panel in Stauffer Library Wednesday February 22
On Wednesday February 22 between 8 am and 5 pm the fire alarm panel in Stauffer Library will be replaced. In order to do this the accessible rotunda entrance will need to be temporarily closed
Katie Charboneau
Congratulations to Katie Charboneau on winning the Steve Cutway Accessibility Award
During her time at Queen's, Katie Charboneau, Artsci’11, worked to change attitudes on campus, and helped bring attention to physical barriers. She spearheaded the creation of a Queen’s Accessibility
Dr. Denise Anthony with the text "Big Data"
Matariki Lecture: Big Data, cyber security and healthcare
Big Data offers both great promise but also serious perils for healthcare, as it does for other institutions of modern life. The rush to turn the promise into reality, however, without understanding