Important messages, dates and news from the Faculty office.

We are pleased to inform you  that our Annual Review 2019-20 is now available. It tells the stories of a remarkable year, and celebrates the many achievements of our staff, faculty, and students. 

Digital version: 

More information, as well as last year's edition, can be found at
Thank you to everyone who joined us for our first Coffee and Conversation with the Dean event on August 24. We hope everyone enjoyed this informal way of staying in touch with the Dean and our FAS community. We would like to invite you to our next informal event, which will be a brown bag lunch with the Dean, faculty, staff, and students, at 12:00 noon EDT today, via Zoom.

Join the meeting here.

Meeting ID: 811 9670 4946
Passcode: 391470
Find your local number here
Please join the conversion and feel free to bring a lunch with you!
Are you a graduating master's student? Find out about the Pathy Foundation Fellowship, which is now accepting applications for the 2021-22 cohort. 

The deadline is November 12, 2020. See the attached graphics for more information.
The Pathy Foundation Fellowship is an exciting opportunity for graduating students from Queen's (one of only five universities in Canada eligible) to engage in an intensive 12-month leadership program designed to support them in implementing a community development project anywhere in the world.  Successful candidates will receive up to $40,000 in funding and receive formal training in Community Change at the Coady International Institute.  
The 12-month fellowship is for graduating undergraduate and masters students who have: 
  • The capacity and potential to develop as effective change-agents;
  • A meaningful connection with a community of their choosing anywhere in the world; and
  • An innovative idea of how this community could be strengthened. 
For more information, please email Derya Güngör at
More information can be found at 1-1 student advising appointment requests can be sent to
Join us on Oct. 16 for Queen's Day and recognize the day in 1841 the university received its Royal Charter. Post a photo to social media with the hashtag #QueensuDay to show your pride and a chance to win a prize pack. 

Contagion Cultures Lecture Series
This series is a Faculty of Arts and Science collaboration which helps to make sense of this pandemic through the expertise and insights of Arts and Science faculty members.

The series is live-streamed on Zoom every Tuesday at 4:00 PM EDT/EST.

Upcoming events:

October 20 - The Black Death: A Global Pandemic and its Consequences in the Middle Ages - Adnan Husain, Department of History, Margaret Pappano, Department of English

October 27 - Libraries and COVID-19: How libraries are working to optimize digital access during a pandemic - Mark Swartz, Queen's University Library

For more info on the series and to register please visit:
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