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University News

NORTHERN IRELAND LEADERS REFLECT ON FEMALE LEADERSHIP

Queen’s Chief Executives’ Club has hosted ‘Reflections on Female Leadership’, covering the journeys of three women holding the top political and admin roles in Northern Ireland.



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Philanthropy

MAJOR BOOST FOR QUEEN’S ROWING ACADEMY

Thanks to the generosity of donors the key areas of coaching, equipment provision and individual athlete support will all benefit in a major boost for rowing at Queen’s.

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Health

URGENT ACTION NEEDED AS ONE MILLION CANCER CASES ARE UNDIAGNOSED IN EUROPE DUE TO COVID-19

With an estimated 1,000,000 cases currently being missed across Europe, the time to act is now – according to the European Cancer Organisation – if we are to prevent COVID-19 from stopping us tackling cancer.

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University News

QUEEN’S MANAGEMENT SCHOOL AWARDED PRESTIGIOUS EQUIS ACCREDITATION

Queen’s Management School has become one of just 197 business and management schools around the world to have been awarded EQUIS (EFMD Quality Improvement System) accreditation.



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Business

QUEEN’S SPIN-OUT COMPANY RAISES £316,000 FOR MARINE SURVEYING TECHNOLOGY

A Queen’s spin-out company that is capitalising on the growing requirement for environmentally-conscience survey work to support the green revolution, has secured major funding to revolutionise underwater technology.  

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Society

QUEEN’S HISTORIAN RELEASES NEW BOOK ON AMERICAN EVANGELICALS AND THE RADICAL RIGHT

An historian from Queen’s University has launched a new book on one of the most controversial political movements in the American Christian Right.

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Student News

A LAWPOD TRIBUTE TO LORD KERR

In a recent LawPod episode, Queen’s School of Law students paid a unique and illuminating tribute to the work and legal legacy of Lord Brian Kerr of Tonaghmore, esteemed graduate, Honorary Graduate, former Graduate of the Year and Honorary Professsor of the University.

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Scholarships

SCHOLARSHIPS AND NEW JOBS – MEET GRADUATE JOHNNY HANNA, PARTNER IN CHARGE, KPMG IN NORTHERN IRELAND

Two generous annual scholarships and 200 new local jobs are high on the agenda at KPMG in Northern Ireland, led by Queen’s Law and Accounting graduate, Johnny Hanna.

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Graduate News 

MEET KIRSTY HEGARTY – THE QUEEN’S GRADUATE AIMING FOR GOLD!

Kirsty Hegarty, the Northern Ireland hopeful aiming for the top at the Tokyo Olympic Games, talks to Queen's about her time at University, her preparations for July and her advice for student athletes.   

 

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University News

QUEEN’S HOSTS MAJOR ONLINE SERIES 'THE PARTITION OF IRELAND'

A series of public talks marking the centenary of the partitioning of Ireland, recorded and produced by the BBC and featuring a wide range of expert speakers and perspectives, will be released weekly starting on Monday 26 April at 12.00 midday.

 

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