News, blogs, events and information for Queen's staff
2021 Vice-Chancellor's Research Prizes recognise research, engagement and impact across Queen's13 January 2022
Vice-Chancellor welcomes signing of Belfast Region City Deal as a “momentous occasion”15 December 2021
Queen’s receives Impact Award at special event celebrating the Technician Commitment9 December 2021
Queen's named among NI's top companies for environmental leadership for fourth consecutive year8 December 2021
“As bystanders, we can have the most effect by challenging the behaviours that we see and happen most often.”
John Finnigan, Student Wellbeing Adviser, Directorate of Academic and Student Affairs, on how being an active bystander can reduce the prevalence of gender based violence in our communities.
Staff across the University share a range of expertise and perspectives related to themes at COP26, the UN’s climate change conference currently being held in Glasgow.Staff blog
A message from our Chancellor
A message from Secretary Hillary Rodham Clinton, who was installed as Queen's University Belfast's eleventh and first female Chancellor on 24 September 2021Find out more
Our latest 'Spotlight on our Staff' profile features Professor Emma Flynn, Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research and Enterprise.
As Pro Vice-Chancellor for Research and Enterprise, Emma is responsible for enhancing the University's high-performing and innovative research environment.
Key updates and information
Along with the information and communication you receive from your School or Directorate, the University produces a range of communications to keep you informed about what is happening across campus and within the University community.Find out more
Network with colleagues from all over the University, build contacts, share experiences, arrange events and socialiseFind out more
A Bite of Queen's tours, Staff Wellbeing, Green at Queen's and charity fundraisingExplore
The Staff Forum empowers staff to share their views and ideas on how to improve their experience at workFind out more