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Diversity and Inclusion
10/01/2018 - The new year brought good news for the University, which has been shortlisted for two major national diversity awards.
Research and Engagement
20/12/2017 - Queen's has launched a new Centre for Public History at an international conference entitled 'Why Public History?', held at the University from 7–8 December 2017.
15/12/2017 - Drs Hien Quoc Ngo and Michalis Matthaiou (Centre for Wireless Innovation, ECIT, Queen's University Belfast) have received the 2017 IEEE Communications Society (ComSoc) Leonard G Abraham Prize.
7/12/2017 - An academic from the Institute for Global Food Security has won a major award – and made a little history – for his contributions to peer-reviewing.
13/11/2017 - An historian from Queen’s has released a new book which surveys early twentieth-century predictions about future developments in technology and their potential impacts on the way we live.
25/10/2017 - Two astronomers from the Astrophysics Research Centre at Queen’s observed the recent solar eclipse from a research base in Idaho's Sawtooth Mountains.
18/09/2017 - A book written 25 years ago by a Queen’s University Professor is still making its way around the world, influencing the future of Geography as a discipline.
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