News & Events

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Reminder: Please keep your belongings in sight
Campus Security often reports an increase in personal property thefts on campus this time of year. Laptop computers, cell phones, money, bicycles, and other valuables can be stolen while left...
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Creating a LINQ to Learning
Thank you to many members of the Queen’s community who joined us to preview the Watson Hall LINQ earlier this week. We were pleased to see the enthusiasm for this new node in the Queen’s University...
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Announcing a New Virtual Exhibit
We are very pleased to announce our latest virtual exhibit “History 400/802: The British Discover their Past.” In the Winter 2017 term, Queen's Principal, Dr. Daniel Woolf taught a combined...
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RBC Foundation Visiting Fellowships 2018
We are pleased to share a research funding opportunity for scholars at Canadian universities. Visiting Fellowships at the Bodleian Libraries, for the duration of three months OR one University of...
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Request Reserves for Fall/Winter 2017
As we all prepare for the upcoming academic year, we look forward to processing requests for Reserves course materials. Ares, our course reserves management system, allows instructors and students to...
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Canadian Travel Exhibit Now Open
Our new exhibit, Canadian Travel: Celebrating over 150 years of travel in Canada, is now open. Please visit W.D. Jordan Rare Books and Special Collections on the 2nd floor (6th level) of Douglas...
One of the Oldest Printed English-Language Books
We are thrilled to announce that one of the oldest printed English-language books has found its new home here at Queen's, as part of the Schulich-Woolf Rare Book Collection. We have recently acquired...
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Schulich-Woolf Rare Book Collection
Distinguished Canadian philanthropist and entrepreneur Seymour Schulich and Queen’s University Principal, Daniel Woolf have partnered to gift their personal collections of rare books to Queen’s. In...
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New Exhibit: The Taste of the Library
Please join us for The Taste of the Library: An Exhibit of Historical Canadian Cookbooks, curated by the students of Professor Steven Maynard's HIST 312: Canadian Social History. The exhibit takes a...