Development & Alumni Relations Office 


Focus on women in leadership

Queen's is joining with Women in Business for two international conferences to highlight the role of women in leadership across the public and private sectors.


Queen's offers advice for A-Level results students

Queen's has issued advice to students who will receive their A-Level results today (Thursday 18 August). 

Culture and Arts

New arrangement for Queen's and Ulster Orchestra

Queen's has announced a new creative partnership with the Ulster Orchestra that will enable the University's music students to work more closely with professional performers.


Holstein NI raises over £13,000 for CCRCB

The Centre for Cancer Research and Cell Biology at Queen's has received £13,000 from local dairy cattle breed club Holstein NI. 


'Think Tank' appointment for Queen's Professor

One of Queen's top political scientists, Professor Beverley Milton-Edwards, has been awarded a Visiting Fellowship at the Washington DC based 'think tank' Brookings.


Culture and Arts

Queen's goes to the Proms!

A new work by Professor Piers Hellawell is to be premiered as part of the 2016 BBC Proms at London's Royal Albert Hall. 


Alumni news

Champion of children's books

Tributes have been paid to Robert Dunbar, Queen’s graduate and former children’s author who died in July. Illustration by Laureate na nÓg, PJ Lynch.


Queen's Goes to the Olympic Games!

Two current Queen's students and a recent graduate of the University are on the plane to Rio for the Games of the XXXI Olympiad. 


Queen's linguist appointed to new Leadership Fellowship

Professor Janice Carruthers, Head of the School of Modern languages at Queen's has been appointed to a UK Leadership Fellowship in Modern Languages.


£800,000 for research into the role of sound in conflict

The Senator George J Mitchell Institute for Global Peace, Security and Justice at Queen's has secured a major research award from the Arts and Humanities Research Council.  


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