Queen's Chief Executives’ Club held a breakfast event at Pinsent Mason's Belfast Office (L-R) Alistair Stewart,QUB; Andrea McIllroy-Rose, Pinsent Mason and Queen's Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Greer
Launch of School of Pharmacy Fellowship programme acknowledging three individuals who have made a significant contribution to Pharmacy: L-R: Carmel Hughes, Tom Eakin, Anne Friel, Dr Terry Maguire.
This month Queen's Film Theatre celebrates turning 50. Visit https://queensfilmtheatre.com/ to see their special programme of events
McAleer & Rushe present Acting President and Vice-Chancellor, Professor James McElnay with an honorary trowel at the topping-out ceremony at the new student accommodation building.
Queen’s and Belfast City Council hosted the launch of the 2018 Global Peace Index. The keynote speaker was Steve Killela, Founder and Executive Chairman of the Institute for Economics and Peace.
His Excellency Mr. Y.K. Sinha, High Commissioner of India to the United Kingdom today visited Queen’s and met with a number of student ambassadors and members of the senior management team.
Queen's University's Riddel Hall has been named 'Belfast Wedding Venue of the Year' at The Northern Ireland Wedding Awards 2017
Queen’s welcomed the Australian Trade and Investment Commissioner, Mr David Watson, where he met with experts from the Institute for Global Food Security and the local agri-food sector
Pupils from Springhill Primary School and St Joseph’s Primary School in Belfast joined RSPB and Queen's staff at Elms Village for the Big Birdwatch wildlife survery
Congrats to Neill Weir, Estates, on coming 2nd in the world’s most prestigious outdoor footrace. He completed 250km in 7days over rough country terrain with only a place in a tent and water provided.
Lord Andrew Dunlop Under Secretary of State for NI visited Queen’s University. He discussed the UK EU referendum with Prof David Phinnemore and met with Isabel Jennings Director of MRCI.
Ireland and Ulster Rugby star Andrew Trimble, who is studying Finance at Queen's, launched the inaugural Rugby Fest Event with fellow Ulster player Jacob Stockdale, and Queen’s and UU student players.
Liam McLornan won the N. Ireland award for best cleaning operative in Education, at The British Institute of Cleaning Science awards, with supervisor Carol Clarke
Widening Participation Unit hosted an event in the Great Hall, celebrating the success of its Queen’s Academy.
The Welcome Centre Summer Craft Fair on Wednesday 31 August, included local craft makers and free in-store tastings of artisan food products.
The Naughton Gallery exhibition Future Ruins explores city planning, the navigation of urban landscapes, and the body’s relationship to its manmade surroundings. Runs until Sunday 2 October.
Wellbeing at Queen's arranged walking tours of Botanic Gardens and Friars Bush for staff throughout August.
Queen’s Sport are celebrating the Summer Scheme’s 20th anniversary. The scheme offers high quality opportunities for children aged 6-14 to take part in sport regardless of their ability.
Queen’s Marine Laboratory’s fourth annual Open Day offered public the chance to see local marine life, a hermit crab shell-changing station, microscopes, underwater cameras and the wave tank facility.
Tim Dornan, Professor of Interprofessional and Medical Education, was awarded the Association for the Study of Medical Education’s Gold Medal 2016 for his outstanding contribution to medical education
Liam O'Hare has been appointed Chair of the Children’s Research Network for Ireland & Northern Ireland. The Network supports work to better understand & improve the lives of children and young people.
Academics from across Queen's University gathered recently to discuss the fallout of the UK referendum and to discuss what's next for the UK and the EU.
Professor Sean Connolly, Professor of Irish History, has been elected a British Academy Fellow in recognition of his outstanding contribution to research.
Curtis Gilmore, East Belfast, graduated today in Maths, Paula O’Hare, North Belfast, Maths with Finance, and Rory Hopkins, East Belfast, with a Masers in Astrophysics.
Nigerian Simisola OLadeji graduated today with a Masters in Pharmacy. She was joined by parents Akinyele and Oluwatoyin.
Shadow Secretary of State Vernon Coaker MP visited Queen's University today to meet with President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Patrick Johnston
Queen’s Friday Choir, launched by Staff Wellbeing to help promote physical, emotional and psychological wellbeing, gave their first performance marking Mental Health Awareness Week on Friday 20 May.
The Institute for Global Food Security at Queen's University welcomed over 200 children to their labs for the Primary Food Science 2016 event on Thursday 29 May.
An Indonesia Culture Show took place at Queen's Univeristy. Watch the video at https://youtu.be/TRkqyeH1vps
Professor Stephen Smartt, Director of the Astrophysics Research Centre at Queen’s, and leader of the PAN-STARRS project
To mark World Cancer Day, scientists at Queen’s launched a Europe-wide initiative, ‘Vision 70:35’, to increase cancer survival to 70 per cent by 2035.
Enterprise, Trade and Investment Minister Jonathan Bell launches Queen’s University’s initiative to promote local food producers, as part of Northern Ireland's Year of Food and Drink 2016.
Pictured at the recent Global Challenges Debates Series are (L-R) Professor Richard English, Professor John Brooke from Oxford University, Professor Margaret Topping and Professor David Livingstone.
The former President of Ireland and UN Commissioner for Human Rights, Mary Robinson, delivered the Inaugural Senator George J. Mitchell Annual Peace Lecture at Queen's.
Cedar Foundation and Queen’s Management School at Riddel Hall are service users, academics, Department officials and representatives from the voluntary and community sector.
Civil Engineering student and part of the Queen's Elite Athlete Programme, Miles Taylor (left), recently won Bronze in 2019 World Rowing u23 Championships representing Ireland
Queen’s student Lewis Loane was awarded the Catalyst Invent overall prize for his “Signal Optimister,” which aims to improve the sound quality between guitars and amps. Pictured with Gavin Kennedy.
Professor Chris Scott, Dr Iseult Wilson and President and Vice-Chancellor Professor Ian Greer, pictured at the renaming of The Patrick G. Johnston Centre for Cancer Research at Queen's University.