First-Year News
March 11, 2020
Important Dates
March 16
Dean's Changemaker Challenge

March 30
Last day to apply for admission to the Upper Year Program at the BISC

April 3
Winter term classes end

April 9-25
Winter examination period

April 10
Good Friday (Examinations will not be held)

May 1
Summer term begins
Coronavirus COVID-19 Information
Queen’s University administrators are actively monitoring reports on the evolving outbreak of coronavirus COVID-19 that can cause acute upper respiratory illness and pneumonia. Protecting the health and safety of our students, staff, and faculty is a primary concern, and we are continuously assessing what may be required in response to any spread of the virus. For more information, please see , which includes a travel advisory that was issued on March 9, as well as . Questions and concerns can be directed to . Please also see the Gazette stories: Queen’s appoints COVID-19 response lead and Prevention and response to COVID-19
Exam Schedule Available

It is getting close to the end of the semester so this is your reminder that the exam schedule is available and you can now view your exam dates and times on SOLUS. Check and confirm your exam dates and times carefully! Set a reminder, set your alarms and set your study schedule around your exams so you don't miss them.
Need Help? Come see PASS

Have questions about your classes or concerns about how you are doing? Want to discuss your Degree Plan options? Come into Dunning Hall, Monday to Friday between 9-4 and see a PASS advisor.
Dean's Changemaker Challenge

Make some changes around here! Share your ideas with Dean Barbara Crow from 11:00 am -1:00 pm on March 16 in Mac-Corry Student Street. We challenge you to tell us what needs to change so that we can develop courses that will help you turn your ideas into reality. Learn more at QUartsci/challenge
How Matter Matters - Part of the Fireplace Series

March 13th 2020 at 9:45
Learn Something New
This chat brings together two scholars who spend much of their lives thinking about matter – what it is and what it does. Bronwyn Parry, Professor of Global Health and Social Medicine at Kings College London (and herself a strange amalgam of anthropologist, sociologist and human geographer) here engages in conversation with Associate Dean Nick Mosey of Queen’s University to discuss how matter comes to matter in chemistry, forensics and wider social and public life. In thinking through these questions they consider how we understand presence and absence, wear and tear, and the politics of track and trace. These scholars invite you to join them in unpacking the interplay between mechanical forces, chemical reactions and affective materialities. Learn more here.
I@Q Undergraduate Research Conference

The 14 th  Annual  I@Q Undergraduate Research Conference  will be held in Stauffer Library March 12-13, 2020. Everyone is welcome to attend. This conference celebrates the research of a new generation of scholars. Please join us to listen, learn, and engage with them.
This year’s program includes 34 oral and 21 poster presentations from undergraduate students across the disciplines at Queen’s and Carleton University. Students will present their work in the Queen’s Learning Commons in Stauffer Library. 
All events are open to the Queen’s and Kingston communities. No registration is required. Visit the I@Q website for the  full conference program . We hope you can drop by for a session or two and posters with pizza.
YOU can help improve wellbeing at Queen’s.

Please review and comment on the Queen’s Draft Campus Wellbeing Framework.
The Draft Campus Wellbeing framework is the result of 6 months of campus-wide consultations. The draft framework represents the shared wellbeing vision of more than 1 , 800 Queen’s students, staff and faculty. Help advance a culture of wellbeing at Queen’s.  Download and review the draft framework today.
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