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            Front Page Slideshow

            • Of Canada’s approximately 60 Indigenous languages, all but 6 are in imminent danger of extinction. Queen's researcher Lindsay Morcom is working with Indigenous communities to help address this. Discover Research at Queen's. #IndigenousEducationMonth

            • Brain Scan

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

            • 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.

               

               

            • 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. 

            Spotlight

            • 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.

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              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.

               

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              Campus Tours

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

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              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.

            Experience Queen's

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            Canada's Definitive University Experience

            For more than 175 years, Queen’s has attracted some of the most academically-accomplished students in the world, a collection of bright minds and ambitious spirits.