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Last spring, the University hired a new position to look into the potential of expanding experiential learning for Queen’s students. According to Career Services, the program is still in its research stage and has yet to develop any firm plans.
The Queen’s National Scholar (QNS) program, which was created in 1983 to attract exceptional professors to Queen’s, will be reinstated in June 2013.
The department of psychology has rejected a civility clause for PSYC 300 that deducts 10 per cent of a student’s overall mark for bad behaviour.
The AMS is raising questions over a civility clause for PSYC 300 which deducts marks for bad behavior.
Two new Indigenous language courses are at full capacity in the first year of them being offered at Queen’s.
Of over 140 100-level courses listed in the Faculty of Arts and Sciences course calendar, five are taught in a blended format. But the gradual move towards this new method of learning isn’t always the most cost-effective way to study.
The Canadian Association of University Teachers (CAUT) recently released their report on Queen’s investigation into a former professor’s conduct.
If a proposed new program passes at Senate, select students could proceed to medical school at Queen’s after only two years of undergraduate education.
Offenses traditionally processed through the Non-Academic Discipline System have been rerouted to school administrators, leaving the future of Queen's peer-to-peer method uncertain.
Canada’s critical infrastructure isn’t adequately safeguarded against terrorism and other threats, a Queen’s-affiliated study suggests.
I recently submitted two questions for Provost Alan Harrison for the March 27 meeting of Senate. One is: why do we already have a financial exploration, or “business case,” for expanding online learning, and not a word on the subject in our new Academic Plan? The other is: why won’t ...
University representatives and local government officials met last Friday to discuss the finances of Queen’s blended-learning system.
Ontario universities are adopting a new student record that documents extracurricular involvement. Queen's administration said they won't be following suit.
Discussions over the GPA grading system resumed in Senate on Tuesday when a fourth-year student was invited by the Principal to speak on behalf of students.
A B.C.-based mining company led by two Queen’s alumni has donated $500,000 to the University.
Students with sleep disorders are eligible to register with disability services. They can receive assignment extensions and extra time on exams.
Come September, Queen’s will no longer offer dual degrees with the Faculty of Arts and Science for students enrolled in Nursing, Applied Science and Commerce.
Next year, students at Algoma University and University of Northern British Columbia will take one course for three weeks as part of an alternative class structure developed at Colorado College.
The Queen’s Entrepreneurs' Competition is moving to Toronto for the first time on Thursday.
On Tuesday, Queen’s Senate tabled an initiative that called for guidelines for future program suspensions.
The Academic Plan that will direct the University’s academic future was unanimously approved at Tuesday’s Senate meeting.
The current media coverage regarding the suspension of BFA admissions for 2012-13 is not the publicity I had in mind.
AMS Assembly voted to create a committee last night that will investigate the University’s decision to suspend admissions into the fine arts program.
Adjunct assistant professor Mike Mason has not attended his class since he announced that students had complained to the history department about terms used in his lectures.
Queen's should take a cue from new educational initiatives that are changing the way we learn.
More universities adopt second reading weeks, but Queen's may not follow suit.
Newfoundland and Labrador’s largest school board has taken flak for a new policy that prevents teachers from assigning zeros when students are caught cheating. The Eastern School District’s policy has been criticized as too lenient because cheaters are given a second chance to retake assignments and tests. It’s applicable to ...
Two student-run online companies offering academic services are set to launch this week at Queen’s.
Features debunks the myth that upper-year students can easily transfer from Arts and Science into Commerce.
Twenty-three Canadian Forces members are enrolled in undergraduate programs at Queen's.
Third-year students in the Fine Art program have returned to Ontario Hall after an administrative error forced their removal from the building last year.
Queen’s offered two blended learning classes this fall, combining lectures with online learning. The movement is a necessary change as class sizes continue to grow, but the blended format has some inherent pitfalls.
An article published in the Journal on March 25 considered the status of student writing at Queen’s, as well as the impending preliminary report from the Academic Planning Task Force on April 28.
The so-called “Wikipedians” of Imperial College hope to turn Wikipedia into an official research tool, in acknowledgement of its enormous popularity among students.