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Front Page Slideshow

  • Brain Scan

    The wiring of the brain, as revealed through MRI. Images generated by the recently updated Queen's MRI Facility. Find out more.

  • The colours of autumn can be found all around Queen’s campus including in the courtyard between Mackintosh-Corry Hall and Richardson Hall in this image taken by Ozlem Atar, PhD candidate in Cultural Studies.

    The colours of autumn can be found all around Queen’s campus including in the courtyard between Mackintosh-Corry Hall and Richardson Hall in this image taken by Ozlem Atar, PhD candidate in Cultural Studies.

  • Research Feature: Dark Matter Detectives

    The hunt for dark matter is a quest to find the missing mass of the universe and Queen’s researchers are leading the way. Discover Research at Queen's. #DarkMatterDay

  • Researchers at Queen’s University and Kingston Health Sciences Centre are celebrating the completion of a $2.5 million Skeletal Observation Lab that offers X-ray vision insights into the biomechanics of nearly any joint in the human body. Photo: KHSC. Read the story here.

  • A sold-out crowd and over 2K viewers online participated in the Nobel Prize Inspiration Initiative, at Queen’s, featuring Laureates Martin Chaflie & Art McDonald, Canada’s Chief Science Advisor, Mona Nemer and award-winning journalist, André Picard. Watch the video.

     

     

  • Theological Hall in the evening

    A serene moment is captured on campus at twilight near Theological Hall by Sarah Jeonghyun Mun, a master’s student in economics.

  • Join Principal Patrick Deane for a conversation about Queen’s and its future. Share your thoughts and aspirations for our university at one of four scheduled events. 

  • New Rembrandt

    Agnes Etherington Art Centre unveils Head of an Old Man with Curly Hair – a 1659 painting by legendary artist Rembrandt, rarely seen by the public. Linda and Daniel Bader donated the piece to the museum in memory of Daniel’s late father and Queen’s alumnus, Alfred Bader.

Spotlight

  • Stauffer@25 Speaker Series

    Indigenous activist and journalist Tanya Talaga will give a lecture, Rights Before We Talk Reconciliation, at Stauffer Library on Nov. 26.

  • IGnite Series

    Featuring Queen’s researchers Lindsay Morcom and Aaron Vincent, the IGnite series showcases the breadth of research happening at Queen’s. Don’t miss the event on Wednesday, Nov. 27 from 6-9 pm.

  • Queen’s Innovation Centre Summer Initiative (QICSI) Program

    The Queen’s Innovation Centre Summer Initiative (QICSI) Program is accepting applications for 2020.

  • [Visit Student Wellness Services in Mitchell Hall]
    Student Wellness Services: Mitchell Hall

    The new Côté Sharp Student Wellness Centre is now open! Now located in Mitchell Hall, 1st Floor: Student Wellness Services, Accessibility Services (QSAS), Medical and Mental Health Services.

     

  • [tour group on campus]
    Campus Tours

    The best way to get to know Queen's is by coming for a visit. Book a Campus Tour this summer.

  • [parents with students at graduation]
    For Parents and Guardians

    Visit our website regularly to find information and resources that will empower your student to succeed, both academically and personally, at Queen’s.

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