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New exhibition in the Studio: Light is Everywhere

Photos by and of patients from St. Mary’s of the Lake Hospital
January 22 - February 2, 2018
The Studio Gallery is open from noon - 1:30 pm, Monday - Friday. 
 
Reception/Exhibition launch Monday January 22 from 6 - 8 pm at The Studio Gallery (B144), Duncan McArthur Hall. Light refreshments will be available at the Exhibition launch.
 
Light is Everywhere is a collection of exhibition-quality photographs by patients living at St. Mary’s of the Lake, and by Chris Miner, the first SMOL Artist-in-Residence. Some patients are unable to speak and others have limited mobility. The artist-in-residence program allowed individuals to share their interests, concerns, and aesthetic abilities through photography.
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Upcoming Free Lecture: Deborah Britzman, "The Vast Unfinished Business of the WRITING BLOCK"

​Along with the the Faculty of Arts and Science,  School of Graduate Studies, and Queen's University Library, the Faculty of Education invites Faculty and graduate students to attend the following events:

The Vast Unfinished Business of the Writing Block: a psychoanalytic contribution to to understanding writing anxieties and inhibitions in the University.

The lecture is being presented by Professor Deborah Britzman on Thursday, February 1, in Duncan McArthur Hall, room A237 at 4 pm.

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Dr. Rosa Bruno-Jofré named among most influential Hispanic Canadians

Rosa Bruno-Jofré named among most influential Hispanic Canadians 

January 5, 2018 

Dr. Rosa Bruno-Jofré, Professor of History of Education and former dean of the Faculty of Education, was named as one of TD Bank's 10 most influential Hispanic Canadians by the Hispanic Business Alliance in cooperation with the Canadian Hispanic Congress.

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Student Experiences: Exchange Student

January 4, 2018
By: Alexandra Rohrer

The education system in Switzerland is different than your system. In Switzerland, we have four main subjects every Primary School teacher must teach and an additional choice of elective subjects (we choose 3). The main subjects are: German, Mathematics, English, and Human & Environment. The six additional subjects are: Arts, Textile handicraft, Mechanical handicraft, French, Gym, and Music.

Alexandra with friends on Student Street

Con-Ed works with KLF&A on contest to curb young adult smoking

Con-Ed works with KLF&A on contest to curb young adult smoking

December 15, 2017 

Fourth year Con-Ed Student Joseph Lee is working with Kingston Frontenac and Lennox and Addington Public Health on a contest to curb smoking in young adults. The campaign is called WouldURather and is part of Ontario's Leave the Pack Behind Program. You can find out more on the Whig Standard

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