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Thank Q Memorial Bursary
Help us recruit the best undergraduate and graduate students by providing for those in financial need.
The Arts and Science Innovative Learning Fund
The broader learning environment at Queen's requires that our learning spaces, equipment, technology, speakers and lecture series, and field study programs remain relevant and enriching for our studen ...
Queen's Law Learning Commons
Recent renovations to the law building have included the development of the Learning Commons, a new space that reflects the needs of our students.
Experiential Learning Fund
There is no better way for students to apply classroom theory than to work in a real-life setting under the close supervision of experienced practitioners.
Transforming Student Learning
The Transforming Student Learning fund supports Smith School of Business Curriculum transformation and teaching enhancement.
The Hodgson Learning Centre Fund
Driven by former Hodgson students who wish to establish a lasting tribute, we aim to create a dedicated space in Miller Hall for hands-on teaching around exploration and resource geology.
The Science 1967 Endowment Fund provides discretionary funding to the Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science to enrich the learning environment for undergraduate engineering students.
The Class of Law 1990 is raising funds to support the Experiential Learning Fund.
The Class of Law 1970 is raising funds to support the Experiential Learning Fund.
Experiential Learning Fund
Electrical and Computer Engineering
Through the continued tradition of generous support from our ECE alumni community, we can continue to ignite learning opportunities for some of the brightest students in the country.
Experiential Learning Fund
The Math Department Trust Fund
Your gift will be used to support activities which enhance the learning experience of our students such as undergraduate conference travel, peer-to-peer tutoring, math club programming, invited lectur ...
Experiential Learning Fund
Bounce Back is an academic and learning support program for first-year undergraduates who are struggling in their studies.
Teaching Excellence Fund
Provide extraordinary learning opportunities from equity and social justice workshops to supporting a student-run education conference.
The Class of Law 2010 is raising funds to support the Experiential Learning Fund.
Experiential Learning Fund
Science 1958 Fund - Established by the class of Science 1958 to support a wide variety of activities which contribute to the enrichment of the Applied Science learning environment.
Experiential Learning Fund
Gifts directed to The Athletic Therapy Fund supports a wide variety of athletic therapy initiatives, training in teaching, clinical and field learning environments.
The BFA Programme Trust Fund
Gifts to this fund will be invested in priority equipment and programming for the BFA Programme to enhance our students' art making techniques and processes, and foster a learning environment that enc ...
Experiential Learning Fund and Queen’s Faculty of Law Bursary
The Medical School Excellence Fund
The Medical School Excellence Fund was established to help maintain the excellence and intimacy of the learning environment, attract the best students and faculty, build on educational programs and an ...
Experiential Learning Fund
The Cultural Studies Program
Gifts to the Cultural Studies Program Trust will be used to enhance the learning experience of our students through academic and cultural activities.
Experiential Learning Fund
Queen's Biomedical Innovation Team
The Queen's Biomedical Innovation Team (QBiT) is an undergraduate student-run interdisciplinary design team that focuses on biomedical device design and innovation.
Queen's Business Law Clinic Fund
The Queen's Business Law Clinic Endowment Fund was established to support the functions and operations of the Queen's Business Law Clinic at Queen's Faculty of Law.
The Queen's Law Emergency Fund
As part of its ongoing response to COVID-19, Queen’s Law is dedicated to help students with immediate and short-term financial challenges posed by the pandemic.
The BISC Vice-Provost Excellence Fund
Established to support all aspects of the Bader International Study Centre in attracting students, supporting student initiatives, faculty initiatives and developing facilities. Funds to used at the d ...
The Vice-Provost BISC Bursary
Established by the Vice Provost and Executive Director and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students who have been selected to attend the Bader International Study Centre.
The Claire L Leggett International Study Award
Established by Claire Leggett and awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to undergraduate students studying on a formal Queen's Exchange or studying at the Bader International Study Centr ...
The Rita Friendly Kaufman Fund
Support opportunities for families, children and teens to explore their creative potential and learn about visual art and culture through hands-on studio programs and in-gallery sessions at the Agnes ...
Engineering and Applied Science Tinker Trailer
The Tech 'N' Tinker (TNT) Trailer is designed to physically travel to schools, increase awareness of STEM, and deliver makerspace outreach workshops to students, schools, educators, and community grou ...
School of Nursing 80th Anniversary
Guided by the SON 2021-2022 Strategic Plan and centered on three pillars of foci: nursing care and practice, wellness, and equity, diversity, inclusion, Indigeneity, and accessibility (EDIIA).
QYEA GPA Society Toronto
Support of QYEA's GPA Society will support Queen's Engineering and will provide resources to innovative programs and activities.
The Class of OT and PT 1990
As part of their 25th reunion OT and PT 90 have decided that it would be a good idea to give back to the School of Rehabilitation Therapy and Queen’s through a reunion class gift.
Celebrating 50 years in support of the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
The Science '74 Leadership Traditions Fund provides discretionary funding to the Dean of Engineering to support and encourage the tradition of student leadership through student-directed activities.
The Science '79 Forever Fund provides funding to enable undergraduate students to participate in competitions, conferences and projects, and supports activities of the Queen's Engineering Society.
The Science '64 Equipment Fund was established by the class of Science 1964 to provide discretionary financial support for equipment needs.
The Queen's Law Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Indigenization (EDII) Fund in memory of Rosemary Ofei-Aboagye King
School of Religion
Our programs of study at the School of Religion seek to foster knowledge and understanding of religion in its wide variety of global and local forms.
Science '84 would like to raise $1,000,000 before our 35th Reunion in 2019 toward the Queen's Innovation Commons.
The QUBS Community Outreach Fund
Support environmental education initiatives and community outreach, and help enhance programming and facilities at QUBS and the Elbow Lake Environmental Education Centre.
In celebration of their graduation, the MFin'16s are supporting the Master of Finance Program Fund and the Queen's University Alternative Assets Fund (QUAFF).
The Department of Physics
Gifts to this fund will support top priorities within the Department of Physics, Engineering Physics, and Astronomy and further enhance the quality of our teaching and research programmes.
The Department of Classics Trust
Gifts to this fund will be used to support, at the discretion of the Head of the Department of Classics, initiatives intended to enhance our thriving academic environment.
The Science '78 is Dynamite Campaign has set a goal to raise $1,000,000 between now and the 40th Reunion in 2018.
Queen's Law School Fund and the Dean Bill Flanagan International Studies Award
The Library's rich and deep collections are central to the academic enterprise and amongst the very best in the country.
The Dean's Excellence Fund allows the Dean to allocate resources to innovative initiatives, academic awards and various student teams, activities and programs.
The Political Studies Trust Fund
This expendable fund is used at the discretion of the Department Head to support students and enhance programs and infrastructure in the Department of Political Studies.
In celebration of their 5th reunion the MBA Class of 2011 will be participating in a reunion class campaign in support of the MBA Legacy Fund.
In celebration of their 10th reunion the MBA Class of 2006 will be participating in a reunion class campaign in support of the MBA Legacy Fund.
Class of Geo'95
In honour of our 20th anniversary, let's raise enough to fund a "Class of '95 Named TAship" for four years.
Your support will enable us to offer more performance opportunities to our students, and expand our high quality programming further into the Kingston community.
In celebration of the MBA Class of 1990s 30th reunion in 2020, the class has chosen to support The MBA Legacy Fund, The Smith COVID-19 Relief Fund, and the Smith EDII Fund.
Dean of Arts Trust Fund
Your support gives the Dean of Arts and Science the flexibility to fund a variety of projects and initiatives.
The MBA Legacy Fund
The MBA Legacy Fund was established to provide support for projects in the full-time MBA program
QUAAF is a student directed hedge fund managing a portion of Queen's university's endowment funds.
Queen's Chemical Engineering continues to be an exciting place to learn, with challenging and innovative undergraduate programs in Chemical Engineering and Engineering Chemistry.
Dean's Innovation Fund
The Dean's Innovation Fund provides a flexible fund that supports the foundation for our program.
Curriculum Transformation Fund
The Curriculum Transformation Fund provides on-going support for Smith School of Business for course development, including case study development, research assistants, faculty professional developmen ...
Accelerating Thought Leadership
The Accelerating Thought Leadership Fund is used to attract and retain outstanding, innovative and research, driven faculty,in a highly competitive market,;who will ensure our students receive an exce ...
Goodes Hall Enhancement
Goodes Hall Enhancement fund supports the upgrades of Smith School of Business' home, Goodes Hall.
Sci'08 has chosen to focus their class giving on the Tech N Tinker (TNT) Trailer.
The ArtSci 1993 Undergraduate Bursary
Established by the Class of Arts & Science 1993. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students who self identify as First Nations, Metis, Inuit, or as members of the African and Caribbean Stu ...
The School of Nursing Initiatives Fund
Established to support a variety of needs, including assisting with student-led initiatives, conferences and guest lecturers, or other initiatives that enhance teaching and learning in the School of N ...
Grant Edey Experiential Learning Fund in Mining
Established by Grant Edey, BSc 1971 (Mining Engineering) to support experiential learning programming for students in the Robert M. Buchan Department of Mining, including industry/partnership speaker events, field trips, and industry visits.
the Centre For Teaching and Learning Fund
Your gift to the Centre will provide grants and other resources to support teaching scholarship and professional development that will help promote excellence in teaching and enhance the quality of student learning across the University.
the Blended Learning Modalities Fund
Your gift will be used to develop and assess the use of Blended Learning Modalities to prepare learners for their clinical responsibilities in Respirology and Critical Care services, with a goal of improving patient care.
the Experiential Learning Fund
The Experiential Learning Fund was established to support the functions and operations of the clinical program offerings and moot programs at Queen's Law.
the J D McCowan Prize in Integrated Learning
Established in honour of Dr. James D. McCowan. Awarded to a graduating student or graduating members of the student team that have made a significant contribution to the Integrated Learning Initiative during their time in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Arts and Science Innovative Learning Fund
The "broader learning environment" at Queen's requires that our learning spaces, equipment, technology, speakers and lecture series, and field study programs remain relevant and enriching for our students. Enhancements move forward with your support.
the Shell Experiential Learning Fund
Established by Shell Canada Limited to cover Queen's University student projects related to the Oil and Gas industry including, but not limited to, Technology Engineering, Geological Sciences, Mining, etc.
Law Building Renovations Fund
Regular upgrades to the Law Building's facilities and to our state-of-the-art teaching and learning resources enhance the student experience and help us provide the best possible education for the next generation of legal professionals.
the Muslim Societies, Global Perspectives Fund
This fund will support the teaching, outreach learning, such as conferences and lectureships, interdisciplinary and student initiative components of the Muslim Societies, Global Perspectives initiative at Queen's.
the D.D. Monieson MBA Scholarship
Established in honour of Prof. Emeritus D.D. Monieson. Awarded to graduating student teams in the MBA program, which have embraced the team-learning model and applied the management tools and skills to become a peer exemplar.
the Math Department Trust Fund
Your gift will be used to support activities which enhance the learning experience of our students such as undergraduate conference travel, peer-to-peer tutoring, math club programming, invited lecturers and welcome receptions.
the Medical School Excellence Fund
Established to help maintain the excellence and intimacy of the learning environment in the School of Medicine, attract the best students and faculty, and build on current educational programs. It will provide annual discretionary funding for the Dean.
the Linguistics Trust Fund
At the discretion of Linguistics and the Head, funds are used to support an enhanced learning experience for students in the Linguistics Degree Plans at Queen's University.
the Science '40 Memorial Fund
Established by the class of Science '40 as a discretionary fund for the Faculty of Applied Science to enrich the learning environment for engineering students.
the Poole Family Interactive Creative Arts Fund
Established by Alice Poole, Arts 1942, to allow the Faculty of Arts and Science to increase programming and collaborative approaches for teaching and learning for arts students at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts.
the Nursing Initiatives Fund
Established to support a variety of needs, including assisting with student-led initiatives (not merit or need-based student awards), conferences and guest lecturers, or other initiatives that enhance teaching and learning in the School of Nursing.
the Perry J. Lao International Exchange Award
Established by the friends and family of Perry Jason Lao to honour his passion for traveling and life-long learning. Awarded on the basis of need and academic merit to students who are participating in an official international bi-lateral exchange.
the School of Religion General Fund
Funds will help the School of Religion maintain a creative and stimulating learning environment from which our Faculty, students, and alumni make significant contributions in the fields of religious studies and theology, both in Canada and globally.
the Queen's University Alternative Asset Fund (QUAAF)
The QUAAF strives to create an environment of continuous learning for aspiring Capital Markets professionals enrolled in the Queen's Full Time MBA Program. The Fund will provide students with exposure to alternative investment assets.
the Centre for Business Venturing Endowment Fund
Established to provide funding to the Queen's Centre for Business Venturing. The focus of the Centre is on students and is reinforced through investment in Curriculum and Coaching, Faculty and Research, hands-on learning and developing infrastructure.
the Queen's Chair in Pediatrics Research and Education
The Chair will help to attract and support academic leadership in the Department of Pediatrics and strengthen Queen's reputation of academic excellence as a leading research institution with a vibrant learning environment.
the Life Sciences '83 Fund
Established by the class of Life Sciences 1983 to support the acquisition of state-of-the-art laboratory equipment and innovative educational technologies that will enhance experiential learning in Life Science Student Laboratories.
the Library Watson Fund
Established by the Estate of Hugh Watson to create a non-acquisition trust and used to support Queen's signature library facilities and their evolving learning and research environments.
the Visual Art Trust Fund
Gifts to this fund will be invested in priority equipment and programming for the Fine Art (Visual Art) Program to enhance our students' art making techniques and processes, and foster a learning environment that encourages experimentation and invention.
the Science 1967 Endowment Fund
Established by the class of Science 1967 to provide discretionary funding to the Dean of the Faculty of Applied Science to enrich the learning environment for undergraduate students in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Faculty of Education Indigenous Initiatives Fund
the Faculty of Education Aboriginal Initiatives Fund will be used at the discretion of the Dean of the Faculty of Education for the design and innovation of Aboriginal teaching and learning programs in the Faculty of Education
the Aesculapian Society Award
Established by the Aesculapian Society. Awarded to medical students who are participating in an experiential learning opportunity (e.g., clinical research and clinical electives) outside Kingston. Preference given to students in their clerkship years.
the Clair Bailey Award for Language and Literacy
Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students in the primary/junior division graduating with a Bachelor of Education degree, who have demonstrated personal insight and a passion for children's literacy and learning.
the Chancellor A. Charles Baillie Teaching Award
Established in honour of A. Charles Baillie by the Toronto-Dominion Bank to recognize a faculty member whose teaching at the undergraduate or graduate level has had an outstanding influence on the quality of student learning.
the Dean of Arts & Science Trust Fund
Gifts to this fund will be used at the discretion of the Dean of Arts & Science for a number of purposes including, but not limited to, providing learning beyond the classroom and fostering links with donors, industry and the community.
the Department of Philosophy Fund
Gifts to this fund can be used to support initiatives that enhance the life of the Department of Philosophy and the learning experiences of our students.
the Athletic Therapy Booster Club
Funds raised by this club supports athletic therapy initiatives, training in teaching, clinical and field learning environments. Funds will be used at the discretion of the Director of A&R in consultation with the Head Therapist.
the Bounce Back Fund
Supports the expenses related to Bounce Back, an academic/learning support program for first-year undergraduates who are struggling in their studies. Upper year student facilitators work with participants to develop strategies to achieve their goals.
the Queen's Innovation Connector Fund
This program's team-based learning experiences will challenge students to apply technology, business models, risk analysis, sales, marketing, leadership and communication skills to bring innovative ideas, inventions and products to fruition.
the Claxton Cardiology Lectureship
To advance knowledge and learning in the broad field of cardio-circulatory disease, to ensure clinical and basic science collaboration and to support visiting professorships in the field.
the Cultural Studies Program Trust
Gifts to the Cultural Studies Program Trust will be used to enhance the learning experience of our students through academic and cultural activities that provide ongoing meaningful engagement with cultural issues relevant to local and global communities.
the John Downs Fund
The John Downs Fund will be disbursed at the discretion of the Dean, Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science for the advancement of teaching and learning in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Durland Family Development Fund
Established by Michael Durland, PhD'91, to support the Centre for Social Impact to enhance student's learning, accelerate their success, and amplify their impact through thought leadership, education, and collaboration across sectors.
the Dr. W.A. Gorman Legacy Teaching Fund
Established to support and enhance the undergraduate student learning experience within the Department of Geological Sciences and Geological Engineering by supporting teaching activities and promoting excellence in teaching.
the Global Health Award
Established by the Aesculapian Society. Awarded to medical students in any year who are participating in an experiential learning opportunity outside of Canada or an opportunity that embodies the intent of this award within remote areas of Canada.
Global Health Trust Fund
Established to enhance teaching and learning opportunities related to Global Health initiatives. This may include support for teaching and scholarly activity, purchasing equipment, fund travel and research.
the Science 1958 Fund
Established by the class of Science 1958 to support a wide variety of activities which contribute to the enrichment of the Applied Science learning environment.
the Indigenous Studies Interactive Fund
Your gift will be used to support the promotion of Indigenous and Aboriginal learning activities through special lectures, speakers' series, teaching, student and club initiative programs.
the UNESCO Chair in Arts Education Fund
Donations will support the projects of the current UNESCO chair in Arts and Learning in the short term. The Faculty of Education has a long-term goal of creating an endowed UNESCO chair in Arts and Learning.