News & Events

Fireplace Reading Room
Special Lecture: Visiting Professor Deborah Britzman
Along with the Faculty of Arts and Science, the School of Graduate Studies, the Faculty of Education, we are pleased to invite you to attend the following events:   1. The Vast Unfinished Business...
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Entering the next phase of Collaborative Futures
As we reach another project milestone, we wanted to provide an update on the Collaborative Futures Shared Library Services Platform (LSP) project. We are pleased to let you know that since our last...
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The Union Gallery presents the exhibition Ever Passing
January 26 - March 16, 2018 | Reception: January 26, 5-7pm Artworks often engage with time by capturing a moment and preserving it within the work. Yet, the notion of time can also be incorporated...
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Peer Opportunities
Student Affairs' peer programs are recruiting for 2018-19! With more than 10 programs recruiting students to work in peer support roles, there's an opportunity for you, whether you're interested in...
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The Art of Research photo contest
This contest is now open -- Something to keep in mind when conducting research at the library! The goal of the contest is to creatively capture the research process across disciplines and...
The castle
Interested in studying abroad this summer?
Find out how you can study abroad this summer at Bader International Study Centre! Info sessions Jan 10, 17 and 31 from noon - 1 pm in Gordon Hall, Welcome Centre Webinars Jan 9, 16, 30 from noon...
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I@Q Undergraduate Research Conference – Call for Proposals
Undergraduate students from any discipline with research, inquiry and experiential learning experiences and creative projects to share are invited to submit an abstract for the 12th Annual Inquiry@...
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Holiday magic on campus
We wanted to share a little bit of Queen's holiday magic in Douglas Library with you. We always say the 1923 Reading Room is one of the most enchanting places on campus.
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CORA polling data now freely available
Queen’s University Library in collaboration with the Canadian Opinion Research Archive (CORA) and the Ontario Council of University Libraries (OCUL) is making CORA polling data freely available to...