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[RESOURCES] Study Skills Coaching @ Stauffer

[RESOURCES] Study Skills Coaching @ Stauffer

Looking for a quick, drop-in, one-stop-shop for study skills questions? Look no farther! Student-led Study Skills Coaching is free, drop-ins only, and available during evening hours! Where? Stauffer Library, rm. 143 When? Tuesday + Wednesday + Thursday Time? 6:00-8:00PM Who? For everyone! Drop-in only. Cost? FREE! Learning Strategies volunteers, known as Peer Learning Assistants, are […]

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[Community] February Video Art Month

[Community] February Video Art Month

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS! This February, we’re showing video art in the Artel’s gallery, featuring four emerging video artists. Gallery hours will be a space for discussion about that week’s video and an opportunity for local video artists to meet for future collaborations and projects. Deadline for Submissions is January 10th. Artists from anywhere can apply, but preference will be given to Kingston artists. Please submit only one video per artist.

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[Community] Call for Submissions

CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS! Are you a photographer? Aspiring filmmaker? Do you write poetry or prose? Are you a fine artist? The Undergraduate Review is looking for creative submissions for our 28th volume. Deadline is February 1st.

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[Community] AIESEC Queen’s Volunteer Opportunity

[Community] AIESEC Queen’s Volunteer Opportunity

A student run non-profit organization that facilitates global exchange opportunities is recruiting! If you’re interested in developing leadership skills in sales, finance, Human Resources or Marketing, apply to be part of AIESEC and become a member of an international organization!

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[Community] Female student leaders lacking

[Community] Female student leaders lacking

In 1884, Queen’s became the first university west of the Maritimes — and ahead of much of the world — to have female graduates. Today, more than 55 per cent of the Queen’s undergraduate student body is female, and Senate enrolment reports tell us that each incoming class sees a higher composition of female students than the one before. I strongly believe the amount of student ownership and meaningful opportunities at Queen’s are second to none. Yet 130 years after women first came to Queen’s, we’ve yet to attain gender parity in leadership positions outside the classroom.

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