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Queen's Friends of the Archives
Queen's Archives is alive with stories; not only the history of Queen's and the people who have contributed to the University's growth, but of Kingston and of generations of Canadians.
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 ...
The Suning Wang Lecture Series
In remembering Suning Wang, the Department of Chemistry is looking for our friends and supporters to help establish a lecture series in her name.
Biology Faculty's Award of Excellence
Established by faculty, colleagues, alumni, and friends of the Department of Biology, this fund is awarded to Biology graduate students to remove financial barriers that might deter them from pursuing ...
Padre & Mrs Frances Laverty
Queen's friends established "the Padre & Mrs Frances Laverty Bursary"; in recognition of the Laverty's dedication and contributions to Queen's.
Alberta Alumni giving initiative
The David Allgood Chair in Business Law is an initiative by alumni and friends to establish a Chair in honour of Law'74 grad David Allgood's contributions and leadership.
The Mark Latham Memorial Award was established by family and friends in memory of Mark Latham (Sc'83).
David Allgood Professorship Fund
The David Allgood Professorship in Business Law is an initiative by alumni and friends to establish a Professorship in honour of Law'74 grad David Allgood's contributions and leadership.
Remembering Dr. Jeff McGill
Friends, family, past and present colleagues and students join in remembering and celebrating Dr. Jeff McGill, who enriched the lives of students and colleagues at Queen's for a quarter century.
In Memory of Douglas Hanna
Doug graduated in 1944 in Chemical Engineering from Queen's. He was the first in his family to graduate from university. To celebrate Doug's memory, his family is asking that gifts be made to the Dean ...
Carolyn Smart Writer's Residency
Established in honour of Professor Smart's retirement, the Carolyn Smart Writer's Residency will offer students, academics, and community writers direct access to advice and experience.
Queen’s Faculty of Law Bursary
Support the Artsci'10 class initiative in honour of their 10th anniversary.
Support the Artsci'15 class initiative in honour of their 5th anniversary.
Support the Artsci'90 class initiative in honour of their 30th anniversary.
The Mark Pettit Memorial Prize
In honour of the 20th anniversary of the Mark Pettit Memorial Prize, we hope to raise an additional $20,000 to further increase the funding available for student internships.
The Law 1985 Renewable Admission Bursary gives our class a unique opportunity to support 1-2 students through their 3-year journey at the Faculty of Law.
Paul Stothart Memorial Fund
The Paul Stothart Memorial Award. This award will be granted annually in conjunction with a trophy bearing Paul Stothart's name.
The Commerce 2009 class is raising funds to provide financial assistance to students participating in an international study opportunity through a formal Queen's bi-lateral exchange
The Queen's Law Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Indigenization (EDII) Fund in memory of Rosemary Ofei-Aboagye King
The Commerce 1954 class is raising funds to provide financial assistance to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program
The Class of Commerce 2007 will be supporting their award, Commerce 2007 Award in Memory of Darren James Bishop.
In celebration of their 15th reunion the Commerce Class of 2002 will be supporting their class award, the Commerce 2002 Leadership Award, and the Commerce Legacy Fund for Student Health and Wellness.
The Commerce Class of 1988 is supporting the Commerce 1988 Award, an award established by this class in memory of their classmates. This award supports recipients entering the Commerce program.
In celebration of their 35th reunion the Commerce Class of 1987 will be supporting the BCom 1987 Award. The award is based on both financial need and academic merit, and supports recipients upon enter ...
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 ...
Goodes Hall Enhancement
Goodes Hall Enhancement fund supports the upgrades of Smith School of Business' home, Goodes Hall.
The Commerce 1989 class is raising funds to provide financial assistance to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program
ArtSci '75 Biology
Support the Artsci'75 Biology class initiative in honour of their 45th anniversary.
The Student Overseas Travel Fund
Through this program, hundreds of Queen's students have had the opportunity to learn, question and broaden their horizons by visiting Havana. This fund supports student costs associated with internati ...
For their Graduating Class Gift, Comm'17 is supporting the Queen's Commerce Bursary Fund.
Professor Gilbert, passed away on April 27, 2015. He was a professor with Queen's Department of Geography and Planning.
The Commerce 1999 class is raising funds to provide financial assistance to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commerce program
The revitalization of Richardson Stadium is not just the building of a new stadium; it's the fostering of Gaels pride, spirit and tradition, and the building of a strong university overall.
Class of Nursing 1980
Members of the class of Nursing 1980 have decided to raise funds in support of The School of Nursing Undergraduate Bursary in memory of a classmate.
The Frank Lewis Memorial Fund
The Department of Economics is establishing the Frank David Lewis Memorial Fund. The fund will support research and teaching in economic history at Queen’s.
Dean's Innovation Fund
The Dean's Innovation Fund provides a flexible fund that supports the foundation for our program.
The Class of Law 1972 is raising funds to support the Law 1972 Award.
In Memory of Stephen Sigurdson
In loving memory of Steve and his deep commitment to education and Queen's University, the Steve Sigurdson Queen's Law Memorial Fund has been established.
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.
Dr. Stan Corbett
Professor Corbett passed away on May 18, 2015. Donations in his memory can be directed to the Queen's Law Moot Fund.
Dr. Michael Baird
Established to support the costs associated with bringing eminent academics or chemists to Queen's University campus. These funds will be used to cover expenses related to the lecture or event, honora ...
The Mary Alice Murray Memorial Award
In celebration of their 25th reunion the Commerce Class of 1991 has established the BCom1991 Award. This award will help the school attract the best and brightest students, while removing financial ba ...
In celebration of their 40th reunion the Class of Commerce 1981 is working to grow the impact of the Commerce 1981 Entrance Scholarship.
In celebration of their 25th reunion the Class of Commerce 1996 is working to grow the impact of the Commerce 1996 Entrance Award, awarded to students entering the first year of the Bachelor of Commer ...
In celebration of their 30th reunion, the Commerce Class of 1992 will be supporting the Commerce 1992 Admission Award. This award will help the school attract the best and brightest students while rem ...
In commemoration of their 25th reunion, the Commerce Class of 1994 is working to grow their class fund - the BCom’94 Bursary.
Madison Crich, 1st year Law student, passed away on April 24, 2015. Her family & friends are creating a fund in her name to support future Law students.
Dr. Shane Daniel Klein
Dr. Shane Daniel Klein, Meds'15 passed away on July 3, 2015. His family & friends are creating a fund in his name.
The Hugh Thorburn Memorial Award
Established by friends and family in memory of Dr. Hugh G. Thorburn. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need and academic achievement to students studying Political Studies.
School of Rehabilitation Therapy Graduate Bursary
Established by the School of Rehabilitation Therapy to receive gifts in support of bursary assistance from alumni, friends & staff of Queen's University, this bursary is awarded to students in the ...
the Ian R. Friendly Fellowship in Marketing
Established by Ian R. Friendly, B.Com. 1983, to celebrate exemplary teaching and support high-quality research in the area of Marketing conducted by a Smith School of Business faculty member.
the Ian R. Friendly Marketing Scholarship
Established by Carol and Ian Friendly, B.Com. 1983, and awarded on the basis of academic excellence in third year Marketing courses to students entering fourth year in the Bachelor of Commerce program in the Smith School of Business.
the Rita Friendly Kaufman Memorial Award
Established in honour and memory of Rita Friendly Kaufman, former President and member of the Queen's Women's Association. Awarded on the basis of need and academic achievement to first generation female students pursuing a Bachelor degree in any program.
the Rita Friendly Kaufman Fund
The fund will be used by the Agnes Etherington Art Centre to advance understanding and appreciation of, and participation in, visual arts and culture in the Queen's and Kingston communities, with a focus on programs for children.
the Friends of Queen's University Archives Fund
Established for the acquisition and related maintenance of archival material at Queen's University Archives, to support public events organized by Queen's University Archives, and to promote Queen's University Archives within the broader community.
the Fran and Peter Thompson Bursary
Established by the children, family and friends of Fran (nee Robertson; B.A. '64) and Peter (B.A.'62, LL.B.'65). Awarded on the basis of financial need to a student in any faculty or school at Queen's University.
the John Armitage Rowing Athletic Award
Established in by friends and family in honour of John Armitage. Awarded on the basis of academic achievement and athletic excellence to student-athletes in any degree program and who are on the competition roster of a Gaels interuniversity rowing team.
the Smith School of Business Bursary
Established by alumni and friends of the Smith School of Business. Awarded to students in the Smith School of Business on the basis of financial need and academic excellence in order for them to fully participate in the program of the School.
the Dean Barry Smith Bursary
Established by the Aesculapian Society, friends and colleagues in honour of Dean Barry Smith, Meds '69. Awarded on the basis of financial need to a student in the School of Medicine, with preference to an Indigenous student.
the Ken Lockwood Memorial Bursary in Art Conservation
Established in memory of Ken Lockwood, M.A.'84, by family, friends and colleagues, and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to a graduate student registered in the Master's program in Art Conservation at Queen's University.
the Ellen O'Rourke Merrin Fund
Established in 2009 in honour of Ellen O'Rourke Merrin, B.A. '39, by her Queen's friends, in appreciation of her generous contributions to the life of the University. Funds will be used in support of The Ellen Merrin Kitchen at the Ban Righ Centre.
the Kris Nowers, B.Com '78, Excellence in Finance Scholarship
Established in 2001 by family and friends in memory of Kris Nowers, B.Com.'78, and awarded to a full-time student entering their fourth year of Commerce on the basis of academic excellence and a demonstrated interest and aptitude in the area of finance.
the Department of Classics Travel Grant
Established by the friends of the Department of Classics. Granted to graduate students or undergraduates in the Department of Classics for field research that must be carried out at a considerable distance from Queen's University.
the Carlos & Catherine Prado Chamber Music Prize
Established by Catherine and Carlos G. Prado, Ph.D. 1970, and other friends and alumni. Awarded to the student chamber music ensemble deemed to have presented the best performance during the preceding academic year.
the Mary Alice Murray Memorial Bursary
Established by friends, associates and Queen's Law School alumni, to honour Miss Mary Alice Murray (Law '60). Awarded on the basis of financial need to J.D. students.
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 Dr. R.J. Perry Memorial Fund
A fund established in memory of Dr. R.J. Perry, Associate Professor in the Department of Ophthalmology by the Department, Alumni and friends, and used to bring eminent Ophthalmologists to Queen's for lectures, demonstrations, seminars etc.
the Robert Shotton Memorial Entrance Scholarship
Established by family and friends in memory of Robert Shotton, Commerce '68. Awarded on the recommendation of the Department of Art on the basis of the portfolio presentation of a student entering the first year of the Bachelor of Fine Art program.
the Brenda Willis Volleyball Fund
Established by parents and friends in honour of the head coach of the Men's Volleyball interuniversity athletic team to support expenses related to team operations and promotional activities.
the George Whalley Visiting Professorship
Established by Peter Scott and other friends, family and colleagues, in memory of Dr. George Whalley. These funds bring visitors of academic distinction, with teaching and research interests relevant to the Department of English, to Queen's campus.
the Liana Tesan Memorial Scholarship
Established by friends and family in memory of Liana Tesan, AMBA 2008. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to students entering the MBA program in the Smith School of Business
the Anita Tatar Legacy Bursary
Established by family, friends and colleagues. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to female students who have experienced an interruption in their formal education and who are registered in any Faculty or School at Queen's University.
the Eric Swan Memorial Scholarship
Established by the Class of Law 1994, friends and family, in memory of Eric Swan, LLB'94. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence and contribution to the Queen's Law Community to students in their final year of a J.D. program in the Faculty of Law.
the Robert Sutherland Fellowship in Law
Established by alumni and friends of Queen's Faculty of Law to honour Robert Sutherland (BA, 1852). Awarded to international graduate students in the Faculty of Law with preference given to students from the Caribbean nations.
the Osborne Studd Book Prize in History
Established by the Department of History and by friends and relatives in memory of Osborne L. Studd, B.A. '79. Awarded annually to the student deemed to have the highest standing in a course in medieval history.
the Dr. John Ramlochand Memorial Student Initiatives Fund
Established by students, faculty, friends and family in memory of John Ramlochand who taught in the Department of Film and Media. The fund will be used to support student initiatives, either individually or in groups, that would benefit the Department.
the Dr. David Mok Memorial Fund
Funds have been donated by the family and friends of Dr. David Mok to be used to support educational experiences for the Residents in Ophthalmology at Queen's University. The funds will be dispersed at the discretion of the Head of the Department
Richard Safka Seminar Series
Established by friends, family and colleagues of the late Richard Safka, MIR 2005. Funding will support the costs associated with bringing eminent academics and professionals in the field of industrial relations to Queen's University.
the Barbara Schlafer Book Prize
A book prize to be established by colleagues and friends on the occasion of Barbara Schlafer's retirement from Queen's University to honour her many years of valued service.
the Roxy Denniston-Stewart Memorial Bursary
Established by family, friends and colleagues in memory of Roxy Denniston-Stewart. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students who have been selected to attend the Bader International Study Centre.
the Nathan Roth Memorial Award
Established by friends and family in memory of Nathan Roth, M.D.'15. Awarded to graduating medical students who will be entering a residency program in Emergency Medicine.
the Department of Religious Studies Award
Established by friends and colleagues of the Department of Religious Studies and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic merit to a student in the third or fourth year of a concentration in Religious Studies.
School of Rehabilitation Therapy Graduate Bursary
Established to receive gifts in support of bursary assistance from alumni, friends and staff. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in a graduate degree or graduate diploma program in the School of Rehabilitation Therapy.
the Rehabilitation Therapy Student Experience Endowment Fund
Established by alumni and friends of the School of Rehabilitation Therapy to help students meet the accommodation and travel expenses associated with fieldwork placements and to assist with travel expenses for students presenting at conferences.
the Willis F. Pridham Memorial Award
Established by Laurie McCulligh in memory of her friend Willis F. Pridham, BA'51, and awarded on the basis of financial need and academic achievement to a student entering first year of any program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the Peter Morrin Memorial Academic Fund
Established by friends and colleagues in memory of Peter Morrin, retired Professor, Faculty of Medicine, Division of Nephrology, to further the academic mission of the Division of Nephrology, Faculty of Health Sciences.
the Faculty of Education Bursaries
Established by alumni and friends of Education. Awarded to students on the basis of financial need who are enrolled in any year of study in a Concurrent or Consecutive Education program.
Queen's Law Black Students Admission Award
Established by friends of Queen's Faculty of Law. Awarded to Black Canadian students in first year of a JD program. Should the balance of the fund be insufficient to grant in the future, funds will be redirected to Cecil Allan Fraser Bursary (73560).
the Queen's Economics Department Research Prize
Established by a good friend of the Economics Department, and awarded to a faculty member from the Department of Economics whose recent performance in research is deemed particularly meritorious.
the George L. Cooke Admission Award
Established by friends in honour of George L. Cooke, BAHons'75, MBA'77. Awarded to students entering any undergraduate program at Queen's with preference given to students whose parent(s) or grandparent(s) are working in the Canadian Insurance Industry.
the Civil Endowment Fund
Established by alumni, faculty and friends of the Department of Civil Engineering to provide the Head of the Department of Civil Engineering with discretionary funds.
the Helen Chan Memorial Scholarship
Established by family and friends in memory of Helen Chan, BSc, Physical Therapy'91, and awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering the final professional year of the Physical Therapy program in the School of Rehabilitation Therpy.
Dr. Wycliffe Lofters Memorial Award
Friends and colleagues are fundraising to establish an award in memory of Dr Wycliffe Lofters. Should minimums not be reached, gifts will be redirected to the Alfie Pierce Admission Award.
David J. McConomy Admission Award
Friends and colleagues are fundraising to create a Smith admission award in honour of Professor David J. McConomy. Should the funding minimum not be reached, gifts will be redirected to the Smith Equity, Diversity, Inclusion and Indigenization Fund.
Professor Les Green Award in the Faculty of Law
Friends and colleagues are fundraising to create a faculty recognition award or lecture in the Faculty of Law in honour of Professor Les Green. Should the funding minimum not be reached, gifts will be redirected to the Queen's Law School Fund.
the Jane Davis Memorial Award
Established by friends and family in memory of the late Jane Davis (Vickers), B.Sc. (Hons) '73. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students enrolled in 2nd, 3rd or 4th year of an honours degree in Mathematics.
Black Youth in STEM Fund
Established by donations from alumni, friends and colleagues to support Black youth (primary and secondary school) and Black student (post-secondary) programming, outreach and initiatives organized by the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
Professor Arthur Cockfield Memorial Award in Law
Friends, family and colleagues are fundraising to create an award in memory of Professor Arthur Cockfield for students in Queen's Law. Should funding minimums not be reached, gifts will be redirected to the Queen's Law School Fund.
the Alfred Bader Fellowship in Memory of Jean Royce
Established by Alfred Bader and other friends in memory of Jean Royce. Awarded to a woman graduate of Queen's for study/research which contributes to the advancement of knowledge, contributes to society, or allows creative expression.
the Alice Corry Award in Education
Established by Queen's Women's Association and family and friends of Alice Corry. To assist women pursuing graduate studies in Education, either at the Masters or Doctorate level.
the Alberta Scholar at Queen's Law Scholarship
Established by alumni and friends from Alberta. Awarded on the basis of academic excellence to a student entering the first year of Queen's Law (J.D.) or joint J.D. program, whose address on admission to Queen's University is from the province of Alberta.
the Arts '49 Principal Wallace Fellowship
Established by members of the Class of Arts '49 and friends in memory of Dr. Robert Charles Wallace, former Principal of Queen's University. Awarded to a deserving student in a graduate program in Arts & Science, Policy Studies or Urban Planning.
the Eric R. and Lorraine Davis Memorial Scholarship
Established by friends and family in memory of Lorraine and Eric Davis, B.Sc.Eng 1950. Awarded on the basis of standing of year's work to a student entering second, third or fourth year in any program in the Faculty of Applied Science.
the Margaret E.M. McLellan Memorial Scholarship
Established in memory of Queen's Prof. Margaret E.M. McLellan, by family and friends. Awarded to a student in the B.Msc. program, whose concentration is collaborative piano or piano performance. Preference will be given to students entering upper years.
the Daniel Mark Advocacy Award in Law
Established by family and friends in memory Daniel Mark, L.L.B. 1989. Awarded on the basis of financial need and demonstrated advocacy or public service, to students in any year of the J.D. program or a combined J.D. program in the Faculty of Law.
the C McGann Memorial Prize
Established in June 1998 by family and friends in memory of Catherine McGann. Awarded annually to the graduate student in the Department of French Studies who has produced the best thesis in the past calendar year.
the Norman and Gay Loveland Civil Engineering Fund
Established by Norman Loveland, BSc. '65 (Civil), and Gay Loveland to support the Department of Civil Engineering, its staff, graduate and undergraduate students, alumni, government and industry partners, and supporters and friends of the department.
the A.Z. Arthur Book Prize
Established by family, colleagues, students, and friends in memory of Arthur Z. Arthur, Professor of Psychology at Queen's. Awarded to the top two students who have the highest standing in the M.A. Clinical Program in the Department of Psychology.
Queen's Faculty of Law Bursary
Established by alumni and friends of Queen's Faculty of Law. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of a J.D. or combined J.D. program in Queen's Faculty of Law.
the Queen's Law School Fund
Established by Law Alumni and Friends to provide the Dean of the Faculty of Law with discretionary support for various present and future needs as related to student activities and to meet the areas of greatest need.
the James Inglis Prize
Established by family, colleagues, students, and friends in memory of James Inglis, Professor of Psychology. A book prize to be awarded to the graduating doctoral student who has the highest standing in the Clinical Programme.
the Dean of Arts and Science Bursary
Established by the Dean through the support of alumni, friends and staff of Queen's University. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of any degree program in the Faculty of Arts and Science.
the V Hanbidge Keast Memorial Award
Established by relatives and friends of Val Hanbridge Keast who graduated with a BA degree from Queen's University in 1976. Awarded to the St. Andrews Exchange Scholar from Queen's to assist with the costs of travel in countries other than Canada.
the Eric Hoaken Memorial Bursary in Law
Established by Lax O'Sullivan Lisus Gottlieb LLP in memory of their friend and partner, Eric Hoaken, LLB'92, BA(Hons)'88. Awarded on the basis of financial need to students in the J.D. program or combined J.D. degree program in the Faculty of Law.
Frances M. Fodey Memorial Award in Nursing
Family and friends wish to establish a nursing award in memory of Frances M. Fodey. Should the funding minimum not be reached within five years, funds will be transferred to the School of Nursing 75th Anniversary Bursary.
the Feminist Jurisprudence Award
Established by the family and friends of Sharon Cohen, a graduate of Law '88. Awarded annually for outstanding achievement and participation in feminist jurisprudence.
the Dean's Engineering and Applied Science Bursary
Established by the Dean through the support of alumni, friends and staff of Queen's University. Awarded on the basis of demonstrated financial need to students in any year of any degree program in the Faculty of Engineering and Applied Science.
the Adam Wallgren Memorial Award
Established by the Class of Science '90 and awarded to a first year engineering student who through his/her kind actions and friendly disposition eased the rigors of day-to-day life in first year.