January 29, 2018
Upper-Year Student eNewsletter
(Second, Third & Fourth-Year Students)
Important Dates & Deadlines
February 5 
Registration for Summer Term classes begins
February 19
Family Day (classes will not be held)

February 20 - February 23
Mid-term Reading Week

March 2
Last date to drop Winter Term and multi-term classes without academic penalty

March 2
Last date to request / make changes to your Personal Interest Credit for the Winter Term.
Life After ArtSci   
Saturday, Feb 10, 2018
10 am - 4 pm 
Life After ArtSci facilitates the opportunity for you to engage with successful Arts
and Science alumni from diverse sectors. Attendees will hear from leaders in emerging industries and CEOs, all of whom graduated from Queen's Arts and Science. From the medical cannabis industry to international consulting to philanthropy, Life After ArtSci will discuss careers in every sector. With a networking catered lunch and workshops facilitated by Career Services, you will have the resources to propel your professional career. Life After ArtSci will challenge the question "What can you do with an Arts and Science degree?" and prove any profession is possible. For only $10 you have the opportunity to hear from dozens of Queen's alumni, attend multiple workshops, and participate in a catered networking lunch.  
Get your ticket now!
Internship Postings

Are you interested in doing a 12-16 month, professional, paid internship after your 2nd or 3rd year of undergraduate studies? Check out a recent list of quip postings here
Master of Earth and Energy Resources Leadership (MEERL) Webinar
Join a short, 30-minute webinar on February 6 at 4:00 pm to learn more about the Master of Earth and Energy Resources Leadership program at Queen's University. The session will be hosted by Mike Doggett, professor for the MEERL program and mineral economics consultant, and Maraika De Groot, special projects coordinator for MEERL and geological engineer from Queen's University.

In the meantime, browse the MEERL website.

Arts Management and Leadership Webinar 

Join a short, 30-minute webinar on February 8 at 12:00 pm to learn about Queen's University's four-month grad diploma in Arts Management and one-year master's in Arts Leadership. Hear from professors and a current grad student in the program.

In the meantime, read about these new programs on our website. 
QUIC Photo Contest

Calling all student photographers! Do you love travel, new places and different cultures? Submit your best photos from abroad, or your time in Canada for the
Winners will receive a prize and may have their photo published. The contest deadline is January 31. See more details and contest instructions here
Call for Proposals:  12th Annual I@Q Undergraduate Research Conference
Undergraduate students from any discipline with research, inquiry and experiential learning experiences and creative projects to share are invited to submit a proposal for the 12th Annual Inquiry@Queen's Undergraduate Research Conference, March 8-9, 2018 in the Queen's Learning Commons, Stauffer Library. You will be able to:
  • share your research and other learning experiences with the Queen's community
  • experience an academic conference
  • enhance graduate and career skills including critical thinking, effective writing and presentation skills
  • engage in scholarly communication with students and faculty from many disciplines.
The deadline for the submission of proposals is February 7, 2018. Information on submitting an abstract can be found here. For questions, please contact iatq@queensu.ca or Jackie Druery, Queen's University Library.
Student Awards

Queen's offers numerous Undergraduate Student Awards for academic achievements and accomplishments. See this web page to view the different opportunities available. Please be aware of the deadlines as they differ between awards. The application is a cover letter outlining how you meet the requirements for the award and your achievements and a resume.  
Thinking about taking a course at another university?

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