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Graduate News

QUEEN’S WELCOME CENTRE OFFERING AN EXCLUSIVE 10% DISCOUNT TO ALL GRADUATES ON ALL ONLINE MEMORABILIA PURCHASES!

A new online retail facility has been launched by Queen’s Welcome Centre, offering graduates around the world a chance to rekindle and celebrate their memories of life at the University – plus a special discount on all purchases!   




Science and technology

QUEEN’S TO JOIN FORCES WITH INTERNATIONAL PARTNERS ON MAJOR ESO PROJECT

Queen’s has been awarded a grant to design and build software for SOXS, a state-of-the-art device to be installed in the European Southern Observatory in Chile.

 

 

Graduate News

ANNUAL MEETING OF CONVOCATION – GIVING QUEEN’S GRADUATES A VOICE

The deadline to submit motions for the Annual Meeting of Convocation on 15 November – or to nominate someone for election to Standing Committee – is Thursday 25 October 2018.



Society

POPE DID NOT DO ENOUGH TO ADDRESS ABUSE IN IRELAND – LATEST QUEEN’S RESEARCH

Just 30 per cent of Irish people believe that Pope Francis did enough to address clerical abuse during his recent visit to Ireland – according to Queen’s research.

 

Health

JOINING FORCES TO IMPROVE OUTCOMES FOR CANCER PATIENTS

Backed by funding from The Health Foundation, Queen’s University is joining forces with HSCNI Business Services Organisation (BSO) to explore the routes to cancer diagnosis and how they link with patient outcomes.



Society

CONSTITUTIONAL UNCERTAINTY AND POLITICAL DISPUTES WILL PUT GREEN BREXIT AT RISK

The ability to devise and deliver environmental policies that suit local circumstances will be eroded after Brexit, according to research from Queen’s.



Arts and Culture

QUEEN’S FILM THEATRE AT 50!

As QFT celebrates its 50th anniversary, film reviewer, freelance writer and Queen's graduate Caitlain Rafferty takes a look at Queen’s Film Theatre past and present. 

Health 

EXPERTS WARN BREXIT WILL HARM UK CANCER RESEARCH AND THE HEALTH OF CITIZENS

Brexit will have substantial ramifications for UK cancer research and for the future health of society, according to the latest joint study.

Society

QUEEN’S RESEARCH FINDS ADULTS OVER 50 WHO WERE BREASTFED AS BABIES EARN MORE

In addition to the health benefits of breastfeeding, research from Queen’s suggests it may also have a significant impact on an individual’s lifetime earnings.



Global Challenges Debates

IS WAR BETWEEN SCIENCE AND RELIGION INEVITABLE?

Queen’s graduates, students and staff are invited to a public debate entitled ‘Is War between Science and Religion Inevitable?’ the next in the University’s Global Challenges Debates Series.

 

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