2013

2013 News

Sep 11, 2013 — The Technology, Engineering and Management (TEAM) program is pleased to announce a major new industry partnership.
Representatives from Magna International were on campus on September 9 to announce the new partnership and meet this year's group of TEAM students. Dave Pascoe, Vice President of Engineering and R&D, told the incoming TEAM class that Magna is thrilled to partner with Queen's University to develop innovators and leaders for the 21st century.

Sep 10, 2013 — International lecture named after Queen's University professor
In a rare honour, a new lecture has been named after Queen’s University professor Kerry Rowe, a world leader in geoenvironmental engineering.

Sep 09, 2013 — A message for returning students from Dean Woodhouse
With excitement of Frosh week behind us, we set our sights on the academic year ahead.

Sep 05, 2013 — Deciphering the Genetic Code for Life
Dr Brendan J. Frey Ph.D. will present a seminar in Humphrey Hall Auditorium on September 19th, 2013 at 2:00pm, discussing his research in the areas of computational genome biology and machine learning. This seminar is intended for a general audience and is open to the Queen's Community.

Aug 14, 2013 — Funding addresses sustainability in the Far North
With an eye to promoting the sustainability of remote communities, Queen’s professor Mark Green (Civil Engineering) has designed a six-year program that allows young researchers to address sustainability challenges in the Far North

Aug 01, 2013 — Internship program draws top international students to Queen's
Some of the world’s best undergraduate students are studying at Queen’s this summer through a unique research internship that pairs young talent with Canada’s leading researchers.

Jun 11, 2013 — Keith "Skip" Eaman honoured by QUAA Montreal Branch
Keith “Skip” Eaman, Sc’72, is used to winning. He helped the Gaels win the 1968 Vanier Cup as a running back and punt returner. He won a Grey Cup with the Montreal Alouettes in 1974.

Queen’s University is situated on traditional Anishnaabe and Haudenosaunee Territory.