Eco-Adventure Camp offering virtual summer camp experience

Eco- Adventure Camp, a camp run by the Queen’s University Biology Station, normally to sets off for Elbow Lake each morning from Queen’s University by school bus to make the almost 40 minute drive, and drop the kids off for a day filled of learning, canoeing, hiking and gaining an

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Local researchers launch survey on tick bites

Researchers at Queen’s University want more information about the patient experience for people who have been bitten by ticks.   Emilie Norris-Roozmon, an MSc Candidate in biology, said she’s launched an anonymous online survey to track patterns in the symptoms associated with tick bites, and try to understand the steps people go through

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Remembering former Queen’s Principal Karen Hitchcock (1942—2019)

The 18th principal and vice-chancellor of Queen’s University, Karen Hitchcock, passed away at 76 on Wednesday, Jul. 10, 2019. Before serving as principal of Queen’s from July 2004 to April 2008, Hitchcock was president of SUNY‘s University at Albany from 1996 until 2003. She was also known for her work

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