Rohan Naik from Houston, Texas, who graduated with an MA in Public History from Queen’s, has described his experience as “terrific” despite the onset of the pandemic during his time in Northern Ireland.
An historian from Queen’s University has won the 2021 James S. Donnelly Sr. Prize for Books on History and Social Sciences at the American Conference of Irish Studies (ACIS) for their book on the history of Irish divorce.
February 2021 saw the launch of Queen’s University Belfast’s first Online Winter School, centring on the theme of ‘Pandemics: Past, Present, Future’.
Queen’s University Belfast is delighted to welcome Sara Dayani Llopis Guevara, an International Affairs major from George Washington University, as the first Inclusive Ireland Scholar to study abroad at the university in 2021.
Students in Queen’s University’s Drama programme have had a unique opportunity this spring to learn and collaborate with students from the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (UNC) and the National Universities of Ireland-Galway (NUIG).
An historian from Queen’s University has launched a new book on one of the most controversial political movements in the American Christian Right.
Queen’s University Belfast’s Chancellor, Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton has said that the new Biden administration in the USA is committed to the success of Northern Ireland economically and politically.
Queen’s is this year celebrating a very special anniversary, with 2020 marking 175 years since the establishment of the Queen's Colleges in Belfast, Cork and Galway and the beginning of the history of Queen’s University Belfast.