Ellis Hall – Auditorium
History of Ellis Hall
Ellis Hall is named after Douglas Stewart Ellis (1885-1955), a Queen’s graduate who taught Civil Engineering between 1910 and 1955. He was also the Dean of Applied Science from 1943 to 1955.
Ellis Hall was constructed after WWII to help alleviate the extreme pressure on the Faculty of Engineering for more scientific courses at Queen’s.
What’s Inside Ellis Hall
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Come listen to a professional astronomer share the wonders of the Universe before heading to our outdoor observing deck to view the Moon and planets. Next, head up to the dome to gaze into deep-space with our 14″ reflecting telescope, sure to dazzle inquiring minds young and old!