News & Events

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
2015 award recipient, Gabor Fichtinger, School of Computing
DEADLINE EXTENDED: Promoting Student Inquiry Teaching Award
The call for submissions has been extended to Monday October 17, 2016 at 4 pm. Nominations continue to be accepted for the 2016 Promoting Student Inquiry Teaching Award. Please consider nominating a
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Greening the Library: We recycle
We are committed to reducing waste! Queen’s diversion initiatives need all of our participation to succeed, and we are asking for your help to reach our goals. We recycle at the Library, and have
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Rare Books & Special Collections Summer Review: New Acquisitions and New Spaces
We know it's a bit late, but we wanted to update you on all of the changes that happened this summer! New Acquisitions We've been very busy actively adding to our holdings across all our
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Legal Database Training Sessions for Law Students
Training sessions are open to all upper year students (1Ls can sign up for their own sessions through their ILS class in OnQ). Lexis Advance® Quicklaw®              September 26, 11:30 AM, room 211
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Announcing the launch of Treasures and Tales: Queen’s Early Collections
Treasures and Tales: Queen’s Early Collections, curated by Deirdre Bryden, Archivist, University Archives, and Alicia Boutilier, marks Queen’s 175thanniversary by bringing the past to life through