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CSSE Conference

CSSE 2018 Conference

Join us at the 2018 CSSE Conference in Regina.

All Queen’s alumni, students, faculty, and friends are invited to the Queen’s Alumni Reception. Many of our faculty and graduate students will be presenting their research at this conference. See the details below, follow us on Twitter and share your photos using hashtag #QueensCSSE2018

Student Experiences: With Queen's Alternative Practicum the sky is your limit

May 17, 2018
By: Laura Schindel

What I love most about the Queen's Alternative Practicum experience is how vague and broad it is, "something educational outside the typical classroom setting," the sky is your limit. Being in the Artist in Community Education (ACE) Program, I just had to do something that involved some art. Our instructors told us to dream big because this was an opportunity to do something or to have an experience we always imagined having.

Crawford Gallery First Day of Spring

Student Experiences: My Path to Graduate School

April 28, 2018
By: Andrew Coombs

I am constantly amazed by the multitude of paths that my fellow graduate students have taken to our program. We are drawn from around the world to Duncan MacArthur Hall, bringing with us a stunning array of experiences, skills, and knowledge. It is this diversity that makes our Faculty such an illuminating (and productive) place to be.

Graduate Student Andrew Coombs with colleagues at Queen's University

New local lending library in West Park Ribbon Cutting

New local lending library in West Park Ribbon Cutting

Community based project by Queen's Faculty of Education Technological Department

On Wednesday April 25th at 6:30 pm a group of Queen's Faculty of Education Students along with local dignitaries will be unveiling a local lending library as part of their required course work and as a Community Based Project. The unveiling will include refreshments and child friendly activities as well as a few words from local officials.