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Attention Laptop Users
There are 12 study spaces in Stauffer Library for you! They have a wide screen monitor, mouse and keyboard ready to plug into your own laptop. These stations are located near the main spiral...
Painting: Humming Birds
New Virtual Exhibit: Indigenous Art in Stauffer LIbrary.
We are pleased to announce a Virtual Exhibit highlighting Indigenous Art that is displayed in 12 new study spaces on the Queen’s campus. These group study rooms at Queen’s University’s Stauffer...
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Happy Canadian Library Workers Day
Here at Queen’s University Library, we are known for our strong research collections, superb facilities, and of course, our dedicated staff.  Our employees work to support our strategic priorities...
Indigenous painting
Opening: Group Study Rooms with Indigenous Names and Art
We are pleased to announce the official opening of twelve new group study rooms in Stauffer Library. These rooms have been given Indigenous names, and Indigenous artists were commissioned to create...
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Page Frights Pop-Up Exhibit
Join us for a pop-up exhibit of creepy books from W.D. Jordan Rare Books and Special Collections and the library! We will have pumpkin carving stencils and other giveaways. Check out #pagefrights...
DAVID MURAKAMI WOOD
Securing the Big Data City
Please join us for a BD175 Queen's Seminar Series Event!  Dr. David Murakami Wood will be speaking about "Securing the Big Data City" on Tuesday, October 18, 2016 from 12:30pm to 1:30pm.  "Smart...
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GIS Day
GIS Day provides an international forum for users of geographic information systems (GIS) technology to demonstrate real-world applications that are making a difference in our society. This year we...
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Please join us for the 34th Annual Archives Lecture
The 34th Annual Archives Lecture, “The Treasure Room: An Intriguing History of Collecting at Queen’s”, will be presented by Deirdre Bryden, Archivist (University Records) on Thursday October 20 at 2:...
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Special Collections: September Highlights
Classes This month we worked with four different departments across campus to share our collections with 170 students. Andreas Vesalius’ De Humani Corporis Farbrica (1555), the first modern anatomy...