Development And Alumni Relations Office

Sport

QUEEN’S HONOURS HEROES OF FIRST SIGERSON CUP SUCCESS

At a gala event at Riddel Hall at the University, Queen’s GAA recently honoured the surviving members of victorious Class of 1959 team that won the University’s – and Northern Ireland’s – first Sigerson Cup.

University News

LINKS and An-Najah University to collaborate on Early Childhood Development programmes

Queen’s has signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with An-Najah National University, the largest university in Palestine, to work together on early childhood development.

Environment

GOOD ENVIRONMENTAL PRACTISES ARE GOOD FOR QUEEN’S AND FOR NORTHERN IRELAND!

Staff at the Development and Alumni Relations Office at Queen’s University are doing their bit to promote good environmental practises and reduce our carbon impact.

Student News

SANTANDER SUPPORTS QUEEN’S UNIVERSITY WOMEN FOOTBALL TALENT IN GETTING AHEAD(ER)

A Queen’s undergraduate with a passion for football has been spending three days at the Nou Camp in Barcelona, home of footballing legend Lionel Messi.



Research

QUEEN’S SCIENTISTS TAKE THEIR RESEARCH TO WESTMINSTER

Two Queen’s researchers, shortlisted from hundreds of applicants, went to Parliament this week, to take part in an Exhibition of Posters by early-career research scientists, engineers and mathematicians.

 

Graduate and Student News

CELEBRATING 20 YEARS OF QUEEN’S GRADUATE AND STUDENT AWARDS

A stellar line-up of former winners of the prestigious First Trust Bank Queen’s Graduate and Student of the Year Awards will gather at the University this week, to mark 20 years since their launch in 1999.



University News

Norma Sinte announces retirement

After 19 years supporting and leading the University's major fundraising initiatives, Director of Development and Alumni Relations Norma Sinte is to retire at the end of March. 

Student News

£150,000 TO IMPROVE STUDENT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES

An innovative new pilot project will see £150,000 set aside for mental health services for students in Belfast who are studying at Queen’s and Ulster universities.

Health

RESEARCHERS MAKE CHRONIC LUNG DISEASE BREAKTHROUGH 

Queen’s scientists have discovered that targeting a specific enzyme can significantly reduce inflammation, lung damage and mucus obstruction, which could improve the lives of people with Cystic Fibrosis and Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease.

 

Graduate News

‘AN ENGINEER IMAGINES’ – MARCUS ROBINSON’S TRIBUTE TO PETER RICE

Photographer, painter, filmmaker and Queen’s Honorary Graduate Marcus Robinson, pays cinematic homage to Peter Rice, innovative structural engineer and celebrated Queen’s engineering graduate.  



Graduate News

QUEEN’S GRADUATE NAMED IN TIMEWISE POWER 50 AWARDS

Diageo Director and Queen’s alumna Belinda Brown has been named in the 2019 Power 50 Awards – the annual list that celebrates the most outstanding senior business figures in the UK who work flexibly.



 

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