News & Events

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
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Deadline Extended! I@Q Undergraduate Research Conference – Call for Proposals
We are pleased to announce that we have extended the deadline for the submission of proposals to Tuesday February 7, 2017! Undergraduate students from any discipline with research, experiential
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New exhibition: O Cinema Português / Portuguese Cinema
The Department of Languages, Literatures and Cultures and Camões I.P. invite you to an exhibition: O Cinema Português / Portuguese Cinema.  The adventure of the cinema of Portugal started with the
Union Gallery Entrance
The Union Gallery features a new exhibition: Striking the line
The Union Gallery is delighted to present a juried exhibition of student work from Queen’s University. Striking the line will be featured from January 21 - March 4, 2017. Opening reception is on
Student presenting at Inquiry@Queens
I@Q Undergraduate Research Conference – Call for Proposals
Undergraduate students from any discipline with research, experiential learning experiences and creative projects to share are invited to submit an abstract for the 11th Annual Inquiry@Queen’s
Douglas Library Construction
New Virtual Exhibit: 175 years of Queen's University Library
We are pleased to share a new virtual exhibit in honour of Queen’s 175th anniversary. This timeline exhibit outlines a history of the library, and is filled with stories exemplifying the strengths
Queen's Royal Charter
Queen’s Royal Charter Digitized by Archives
  Queen’s University Archives is pleased to announce the digitization of Queen’s Royal Charter. Originally known as “Queen’s College at Kingston”, Queen’s University was incorporated by a Royal
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W.D. Jordan Rare Books and Special Collections Update
This year was incredibly busy and exciting for us in W.D. Jordan Rare Books and Special Collections. We have renovated our space, acquired wonderful works for our collections, and recently unveiled