Gender Affirming Assistance Project launches in Kingston

The grassroots collective, Gender Affirming Assistance Project (GAAP), is a community-based group based in the Katarokwi/Kingston region that seeks to support two-spirit, trans, non-binary, and gender diverse community members. Two Queen’s students, Jenna Huys and Jane Mao, are leading the initiative that aims to reduce the barriers for people when

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Queen’s Psychology students seeking young adults to participate in study

Two Master of Science (MSc) candidates in the cognitive neurosciences program within the Department of Psychology at Queen’s University launched a study in May to investigate alcohol and cannabis use during the pandemic in their study demographic. Michelle Blumberg and Lindsay Lo noticed that the current COVID-19 climate were having

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Queen’s Psychology issues public call for Indigenous art project

The Queen’s University Department of Psychology have invited Indigenous artists from Kingston and the surrounding area to submit qualifications for consideration to design, fabricate and install artwork. The work will be installed for permanent display in the lobby of Humphrey Hall/Craine Building during the summer of 2020. The project is

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