Sydney Downey, staffer in Queen’s Human Resources and Committee member for the Thrive Initiative at Queen’s joins us in studio to discuss mental wellness and fitness and the many activities the Thrive Committee is engaged in to facilitate wellness among faculty, staff and students at Queen’s!
Melinda Knox and Adrian Kelly of University Research Services join us in studio to discuss the many services offered at URS, the ways in which URS promotes research and researchers at Queen’s University, and upcoming initiatives including a public lecture series and a new research website!
JP Dobson, Program Assistant for Oceanpath and Katie Fizzel, Experiential Learning Projects Coordinator for Career Services at Queen’s University join us for this Campus Beat episode. They discuss the Oceanpath Fellowship, an innovation experiential learning opportunity for graduating undergrad and Master’s students, how and why students should apply, and the kinds of life and career skills students can develop through this prestigious $25,000 fellowship!
Yinka Adegbusi and Asha Gordon, co-Presidents of the newly launching Queen’s Black Alumni Chapter joined us via telephone ahead of Homecoming Weekend at Queen’s University to discuss QBAC, it’s mission, ways for Black Alumni to connect with each other and advice they have for current Queen’s students!
Jeremy Mosher, President of the Queen’s University Alumni Association joins us in studio to talk about QUAA, why Alumni should stay connected with and give back to Queen’s and shares insights about Homecoming Weekend activities happening at Queen’s from October 19th-21st 2018!
“Reclaiming Our Academic Selves”: Dr. Sue Fostaty-Young and New Directions for Teaching and Learning at Queen’s
Dr. Sue Fostaty-Young joins us in studio for a discussion about her new role as Director, Centre for Teaching and Learning at Queen’s University, the innovative new directions in research CTL will embark upon in its new Five Year Plan, and of course the wonderful suite of teaching and learning services and resources available to faculty, teaching assistants and teaching fellows.
Kevin Collins from the Queen’s University Student Experience Office joins us in studio to share insights and details about the Queen’s Cares alternative reading week program for undergraduate and graduate students at Queen’s interested in community engagement at local, national, and international levels.
Join us for the second half of a great conversation with whole SGPS Executive! Amidst their very busy schedules, they’ve taken the time to tell us all about their respective roles, committee work, and goals for this year as a team. Learn more about Your SGPS and tune in!
Part One of a lovely conversation with the entire SGPS Executive (Society of Graduate and Professional Students) at Queen’s. Listeners will get all the details on opt-in/opt outs, services and benefits offered by the SGPS and how to get involved with committees and the governing Council!
September 12th – Carly D’Amico, Promotions and Administrative Coordinator at Student Academic Success Services (SASS) joins us in studio to share with undergraduate, graduate, domestic, and international students all the details on the wealth of resources SASS offers at Queen’s University. She shares insights on what students can expect from 1:1 consultations, ongoing and upcoming workshops, and the many services available to students learning English as an additional language. Carly also has some great survival tips and advice for first-year students, tips students at any level can benefit from too! Episode Airs September 12th on Wednesday August 22nd 2018 on CFRC 101.9 FM. Missed it? Download it through CFRC 101.9 FM’s online archive or stream the podcast through iTunes, Google Play or Stitcher!