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Nominate a 2021 Graduate, Student or Alumni Volunteer Queen's win at UK Model NATO competition
We are looking for the Queen’s Graduate, Student and Alumni Volunteer of the Year! Nominate someone special from Queen's University before Friday 30 April. Students from the School of History, Anthropology, Philosophy and Politics won first-place in the UK-wide Model NATO competition held remotely.
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1.8 billion people could live with untreated vision loss New particle accelerator designed by Queen's team
The Centre for Public Health at Queen's has played a key role in presenting a Commission report calling for eye care to be included in mainstream services. A team from Queen's has developed a particle accelerator, similar to the mechanics behind the Large Hadron Collider, which is the size of a large room.
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30 new funded doctoral scholarships in AI announced Join the Chief Executives' Club at Queen's
Doctoral scholarships announced by Queen’s hope to provide opportunities to explore the challenges of Artificial Intelligence (AI) in every field. The Chief Executives’ Club at Queen’s continues to serve local business with a busy online programme throughout the pandemic. Find out more today.
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The Book Club, with the Seamus Heaney Centre New InterSim Centre delivers first teaching programme
In collaboration with the Seamus Heaney Centre at Queen's, we are delighted to present an online series of conversations with esteemed writers and authors. The KN Cheung SK Chin InterSim Centre has delivered important skills training to prepare medical students for their professional careers, during COVID-19.


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Devastating impact of COVID-19 on stomach cancer ACE-CSE award for Queen's cyber security education
Research by Queen’s and the Northern Ireland Cancer Registry highlights COVID-19’s impact on the diagnosis of oesophageal and stomach cancer. Queen’s has been named one of the UK’s first Academic Centres of Excellence in Cyber Security Education, awarded by the National Cyber Security Centre.


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Clare Smyth wins third Michelin star Meet Martin McKee, public health champion
Queen’s Honorary Graduate, Clare Smyth MBE, is the only woman in the UK to win three Michelin stars for her own restaurant, Core by Clare Smyth. Meet Martin McKee CBE, Professor of European Public Health at LSHTM and creator of the European Centre on Health of Societies in Transition.


Book Club Series: In Conversation: Marian Keyes & Louise Kennedy

Join Ciaran Carson Fellow, Louise Kennedy, in discussion with the renowned novelist, and SHC Fellow for 2021, Marian Keyes. Marian is the international bestselling author of fourteen novels including Watermelon, Rachel's Holiday, Sushi for Beginners, This Charming Man, and The Break. With a chatty conversational style and whimsical Irish humour, but themes including alcoholism, depression, addiction, cancer, bereavement, and domestic violence her novels have sold over 40 million copies worldwide and been translated into 36 languages.

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DR JOHN KREMER LECTURE: Doing Sport Psychology: The Good, The Bad and the Downright Ugly

Dr John Kremer has been actively involved in sport and exercise psychology as an academic, and with a wide variety of teams and individuals at international level. He most recently chaired the inter-departmental strategy group that developed a sector-wide action plan for sport and wellbeing across Northern Ireland.

This lecture will look at the current state of applied sport psychology and consider ways to ensure that the services on offer are genuine and that athletes are given an opportunity to help explore their true sporting potential. To register your interest in attending please email

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ADAPTING TO CHANGE: The Impact of COVID-19 on the Workplace

Join us in partnership with the Careers, Employability and Skills team, for a live panel discussion and Q&A event that will look at how COVID-19 has disrupted the traditional workplace model and what this means for employers and recent graduates. Featuring a panel of employers, recent graduates and wellbeing experts sharing their stories and experiences, attendees will learn how the workplace has changed and adapted to the challenges posed by COVID-19 and the effect that this has had on employees.

Attendees will also have the opportunity to participate in a live Q&A session. Email to register your interest.

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