what to watch for

Friday, June 3
Last date to drop Summer Term classes (May-June/6W1) without academic penalty

Tuesday June 7, 2022
Last date to apply for accommodation for an official examination conflict for the June, July and August examination sessions

Friday June 17, 2022
Summer Term classes (May-June/6W1 Session) end

Monday June 20, 2022 to Thursday June 23, 2022
Summer Term assessments in May-June/6W1 Session classes (TENTATIVE)
what's happening in FAS
  • Reminder - Queen’s mandatory mask requirement suspended
  • Course registration
  • Change of plan
  • Academic Standing Letters 
  • Academic advising Zoom drop-in sessions
  • Prize for Student Data Visualization 
  • Info session on QUIP internships
  • Queen's Global Summer Inauguration
  • #ICYMI
REMINDER - QUEENS MANDATORY MASK REQUIREMENT SUSPENDED

Further to the update on Queen's masking mandate that you received on Friday, May 27, Queen’s suspended its mandatory mask requirement as of today, Wednesday, June 1. If you have any questions, please reach out to your supervisor, department head or manager, or contact Meghan Hatch at mmh12@queensu.ca
COURSE REGISTRATION

Course registration is taking place from Monday, July 18 - Friday, July 29. The timetable will be officially released on Monday, June 20. You can view your personal enrolment appointment time, which is the earliest you can register, in SOLUS starting on Monday, July 11. Please see our Course Registration page and stay tuned for more information at the end of June.
CHANGE OF PLAN

If you would like to request a change to your Program/Plan, you may submit a request between June 13 - July 1. If your request is approved, your Program/Plan will be changed and you will be notified via your @queensu.ca email account. Learn more on our Change of Plan webpage.
ACADEMIC STANDING LETTERS

If you received a letter via SOLUS on Tuesday, May 24 about your current academic standing and you have questions, check out our Info & Options Webinar. We explain what these letters mean, review the options available to students, and provide some information on resources available for helping repair your GPA.
ACADEMIC ADVISING ZOOM DROP-IN SESSIONS

We’ve added two more sessions a week to our academic advising zoom drop-in session schedule. If you have quick questions, drop in for a 10-minute, one-on-one appointment with an academic advisor. These sessions are now available via Zoom on Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays from 1:30-3:00 pm. 
PRIZE FOR STUDENT DATA VISUALIZATION

Dean of Arts and Science Barbara Crow invites undergraduate, graduate, and professional students to submit original works of data visualization to be considered for the Data Visualization Prize. It is an opportunity for students to show off their data visualization skills and research. Data visualizations may include everything from charts, to graphs, to maps, to 3D models. The visualizations should be interactive, and can be animated or web-based stories designed to enhance the communication of original research findings.

INFO SESSION ON QUIP INTERNSHIPS

Test-drive a career and gain a competitive edge with a paid, professional internship. Queen’s Undergraduate Internship Program (QUIP) provides an opportunity to participate in a 12-16 month work experience after your second or third year of studies. Learn more about the program and what the experience could add to your degree and CV at the upcoming QUIP information session on Tuesday, June 7 from 5:30 - 6:30 pm. 

Have questions about QUIP? Visit our QUIP webpage or contact Chandra Erickson, Experiential Learning and Programming Coordinator, at asc.el@queensu.ca.
QUEEN'S GLOBAL SUMMER INAUGURATION

You are invited to the inauguration of the Queen’s Global Summer on Monday, July 4. The Queen’s Global Summer provides a wide range of academic courses, events, and activities woven around the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals with a focus on issues of global significance and global challenges.

The dominant theme for the inaugural event on July 4 is gender equality. Following introductory remarks by Dr. Amitava Chowdhury, Project Leader of the Queen’s Global Summer, and Dr. Barbara Crow, Dean of the Faculty of Arts and Science, Dr. Laina Bay-Cheng of the University of Buffalo will deliver a keynote lecture entitled, Dignifying Girls: Making Sexual and Social Worlds Worthy of Young Women. The lecture will be followed by a performance by Tsiokeriio (Diio) Hagen who will tell stories through songs, which has been part of an oral tradition for many years. Each song has an origin story, relating to the creation of life.

To register, please visit the Queen’s Global Summer Inauguration event page.
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