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Latest News

Read about the latest alumni achievements and find out more about current University news. For full details, just click on the title.

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Scientist recognised as one of the UK's leading Asian women

 

 

Research scientist Dr Geetha Srinivasan, from Queen's University Ionic Liquid Laboratories (QUILL), has been nominated in the 2014 Asian Women of Achievement Awards, recognising her as one of the leading Asian women in the UK.

 

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Queen's encourages legacy giving

   

‘Will to Give’, a consortium of thirty-six local charities including Queen’s Foundation, launched a major initiative at Parliament Buildings, Stormont recently, to raise awareness of the importance of legacy gifts.

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MOOC supported by Orange Order leader and Coiste na nlarchimí

   

A new Queen’s online programme entitled Identity, Conflict and Public Space: Contest and Transformation, is being supported by both the Orange Order and Coiste na nlarchimí. The latest MOOC ‘goes live’ on 28 April.

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Queen’s social networks

   

As a graduate of Queen’s there are numerous social networks and groups to help you stay in touch with your Alma Mater. Make sure to keep up with the conversation via LinkedIn, Twitter and Facebook.

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Calling all recent master’s graduates!

   

If you have recently graduated with a master’s degree from Queen's – or are expecting to do so in July 2014 – then we need you to complete the Postgraduate Taught Experience Survey. The online survey is designed to help universities improve the quality of their postgraduate taught degree provision.

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Queen’s - World War One Engagement Centre

   

Queen’s is to become a Living Legacies ‘World War One Engagement Centre’ as part of a major international collaborative research project on the events of 1914-18.


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Cancer Research Information Evening

   

More than 40 people attended a Cancer Research Information Evening in the Centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology at Queen’s on 3 April.

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Queen’s breakthrough cancer discovery

  

Researchers at Queen’s Centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology (CCRCB) have made a discovery which could signal new treatments for women at risk of cancer.

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Queen's student on top of the world

  

Aidan Hughes, a trainee barrister from Portstewart, has outshone aspiring lawyers from around the world to win a global mediation competition in the USA.

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Brian O’Driscoll, Katie Melua and Dermot Desmond to receive honorary degrees from Queen’s

   

International rugby legend Brian O’Driscoll, musician Katie Melua and
businessman Dermot Desmond are among 12 people to receive honorary degrees this year from Queen’s.

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