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A magician, a juggler, opera singers, a best-selling author, the First Trust Bank Queen’s Graduate of the Year and the Vice-Chancellor, all helped make the 2015 Charter Day Dinner hugely memorable!
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Details of the 2015 First Trust Bank Queen’s Graduate of the Year, Mr John Lecky, were announced at this year’s Charter Day Dinner.
Fifty-five years after the first performance of the then controversial play Over the Bridge, Queen’s University and Lagan Press celebrate a memoir from its director, the late James Ellis.
23-25 October 2015
Queen’s sent its first ever delegation of international students to compete at the 20th FEXCO Asian Games in Shanghai, China, in October.
The European Commission has granted ‘marketing authorization’ for ORKAMBI® (lumacaftor/ivacaftor), a cystic fibrosis treatment developed by Queen’s.
The Centre for Secure Information Technologies (CSIT) at Queen’s is being awarded a Queen’s Anniversary Prize for Higher and Further Education.
An international team led by Queen's, has devised a high-precision method of examining magnetic fields in the sun's atmosphere.
Members and guests of the University's graduate association in London, enjoyed another excellent evening at the QUAL Annual Gala Dinner.
An international team led by researchers at Queen's has designed a liquid with holes in it – the world's first ‘porous liquid.’
Double awards copper fasten Queen’s international reputation for world-leading research in astrophysics.
A major history of Ireland's oldest surviving medical institution has had its Northern Ireland launch at a reception at Queen’s.
The ever popular Lassus Scholars Christmas Concert, led by eminent Queen’s graduate Dr Ite O’Donovan, is confirmed for Dublin’s NCH.
Director of the Centre for Shared Education at Queen’s is appointed inaugural Chair at prestigious UN body.
A gift of £800,000 from the Ulverscroft Foundation is helping Queen’s to tackle eye disease in children living in impoverished rural districts of China.
History was made today (23.10.15) as Denise McBride QC and Siobhan Keegan QC – both Queen’s graduates – became the first female High Court judges in Northern Ireland.
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