Dr. Nahee Park

Dr. Nahee Park is working to shed light on the origins of “cosmic rays”

The Earth is constantly bombarded by high energy particles, some containing a million times more energy than any particles created by the sun. Dr. Nahee Park is working on the detection technologies that could solve mysteries surrounding these so-called “cosmic rays” and their celestial origins.

Ingenuity Labs Robotics and AI Symposium

Ingenuity Labs Robotics and AI Symposium

The Ingenuity Labs Research Institute will host its first annual Robotics and AI Symposium this fall, featuring a keynote by Prof. Amy Loutfi, debates about the future of robotics and AI, and a research thesis showcase competition.

Dr. Paul Hungler

From Virtual Reality to competency-based learning, Dr. Paul Hungler finds inspiration in innovation

Dr. Paul Hungler is designing adaptive VR/AR simulations that adapt to suit the expertise level of the participant. The Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemical Engineering and Ingenuity Labs hopes that these systems will one day revolutionize engineering education.

STEM:InA provides support to Indigenous students

Student support initiative STEM: Indigenous Academics spans three faculties

The faculties of Arts & Science, Engineering, and Health Sciences have joined forces to provide targeted academic support services for Indigenous students in STEM-oriented programs.

Homecoming 2021

Homecoming 2021

Registration for Queen's Homecoming is now live! Learn about what we and other faculties have planned for Oct. 14-17. Homecoming allows alumni to connect with former housemates, classmates, friends, and faculty from around the world. #UnitedByMoments

Community Spirit in the Faculty of Engineering

Community Spirit in the Faculty of Engineering

Community is just one of the many reasons students choose Queen's Engineering. We have the greatest learning community for engineering in Canada, working together to redefine engineering and shape the world in new and exciting ways.

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