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    Student Researchers

    At Queen’s we embrace the concept of embedding research into all aspects of the student learning experience. We seek to create opportunities for all who study at Queen’s – whether undergraduates, graduates, or postdoctoral fellows – to apply their passion, curiosity, and problem-solving abilities to society’s most significant and urgent challenges.

    The exceptional pool of students and postdoctoral fellows at Queen’s represents an unrivaled talent base that has broad impact. Some of the nationally recognized achievements of Queen's student researchers and postdoctoral fellows since 2010 include holding 29 Vanier Canada Graduate Scholarships, 5 Pierre Elliott Trudeau Foundation Doctoral Scholarships, and 7 Banting Postdoctoral Fellowships.

    Anamika Rawat

    Student Spotlight: The Importance of Plant Immunity  Meet Dr. Anamika Rawat

    Postdoctoral Fellow, Biology

    Kel Martin

    Student Spotlight: Queer and Trans Thrival in Research and On Campus – Meet Kel Martin

    Master's Student, Education

     Abdul Rahman Alashraf

    Student Spotlight: Protecting Communities Against Covid-19 Variants and Other Viruses – Meet Dr. Abdul Rahman Alashraf

    Postdoctoral Fellow, Beaty Water Research Centre

    Line Drapeau

    Student Spotlight: Market Competition and Community Impact Meet Line Drapeau

    PhD Candidate, Management

    Shannon Gravelle

    Student Spotlight: Clinical Practice, Research, and Leadership: Becoming the Best OT She Can Be  Meet Shannon Gravelle

    Doctor of Science in Rehabilitation and Health Leadership

    Graduate and Postdoctoral Research

    Much of the vibrant research conducted at Queen’s depends on robust, productive, and flourishing research collaborations between world-class faculty, graduate students, and postdoctoral fellows.

    Graduate research at Queen’s helps students acquire refined and distinctive skills for employment in industry and academia. Queen’s graduate students and post-doctoral fellows perform crucial roles in advancing research discoveries in all fields with wide-ranging impact. See the School of Graduate Studies and Postdoctoral Affairs for more information on programs.

    Queen’s is proud to support graduate students and postdoctoral fellows by providing:

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    Undergraduate Research

    Queen’s is committed to fostering opportunities for undergraduate research. Research experience at this level provides a foundation for students to acquire industry-ready skills and prepare for further education.

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    Curricular Opportunities

    • Thesis/Independent Study: Consult individual departments about a potential thesis or independent study project during the final year
    • : Consult the Career Services resource for research opportunities unique to specific majors and/or disciplines
    • Undergraduate Student Summer Research Fellowship: Funding for projects at Queen’s Kingston campus and Bader College at Herstmonceux Castle in East Sussex, England
    • Internships and Field Studies: Develop professional and academic skills with the Queen’s University Internship Program or on-site field research opportunities
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    Co-Curricular Opportunities

    A New Light

    Robert Cichocki
    Tired of seeing roads being dug up to replace aging pipe infrastructure? Civil engineering research at Queen’s is bringing a new light to innovative, no-dig rehabilitation techniques. In this image, a UV light train is being prepared to help rehabilitate the adjacent corrugated steel pipe. The inside of the pipe has been lined with a fabric fibreglass tube embedded with UV cure resin. When the light train passes through the tube, the UV cures the resin solid and transforms the fabric tube into a solid liner. The new liner and pipe will further undergo buried experiments that will bring new insight into the structural behaviour of these systems.
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    PhD Student, Civil Engineering
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    One of the top universities in Canada, Queen’s has a long history of discovery and innovation that has shaped our knowledge and addressed some of the world’s most pressing questions.
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    One of the top universities in Canada, Queen’s has a long history of discovery and innovation that has shaped our knowledge and addressed some of the world’s most pressing questions.
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