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Graduate news

Space for Grace: Stories from the Catholic Chaplaincy  

A new book by graduate Dominic O'Reilly, which tells the story of the Catholic Chaplaincy at Queen's is to be launched next week (04 October).



International

MOHAMMED BIN RASHID UNIVERSITY OF MEDICINE AND HEALTH SCIENCES HOLDS WHITE COAT CEREMONY

Queen's international healthcare partner in Dubai - the Mohammed Bin Rashid University of Medicine and Health Sciences - has welcomed its first group of medical students.

World health

Queen's Professor addresses UN Assembly in New York

Queen's medic, Professor Mark Lawler, has addressed the United Nations General Assembly in New York on the important role precision and personalised health plays in improving disease outcomes.



Society

Freedom of Liverpool for Queen's 'Hillsborough 96' academic

Professor Phil Scraton, who campaigned tirelessly on behalf of the families who lost loved ones in the Hillsborough Disaster in 1989, has been awarded the Freedom of the City of Liverpool.



International

QGA welcomes international students to Belfast

The Queen's Graduates' Association (QGA) hosted over 50 international students for a traditional Belfast breakfast on Saturday as part of the University's welcome week. 

University News

Opening of Queen's new £20m School of Law

Stormont's First and deputy First Ministers were among guests who attended the official opening of Queen's new £20 million School of law on Friday 16 September.



Graduate News

Irish Government appoints Queen's graduate as new Secretary General of Department of Jobs

Dr Orlaigh Quinn, who holds a Doctorate in Governance from Queen's, has landed a top government role in Dublin. 

International

Belfast launches US intern placement programme

An initiative that will enable Queen's students to develop their employability skills on an international stage has been launched by Belfast's Lord Mayor.



Health

Queen's contributes to global study on blood pressure

Researchers at Queen's Centre for Public Health have contributed to a major global study which reveals new hypertension and blood pressure genes.

Research

Minister announces £3.6m research funding

Agriculture, the environment, chronic kidney disease, population genomics and thermoelectric materials research at Queen's are all set to benefit from £3.6m funding.



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