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International Voices at Queen’s

International Voices at Queen’s is an inquisitive and supportive listening space for members of the Queen’s University community, especially those with intercultural realities, those engaging in language learning, and those seeking to increase intercultural awareness.   

Produced by the Queen’s International Centre (https://quic.queensu.ca/) and Student Academic Success Services (https://sass.queensu.ca/).  

Season one hosted and edited by AmirHossein Sojoodi, a PhD student in Computer Engineering at Queen’s University. 

Season two hosted by Spencer Kong, a fourth year Film student, and edited by AmirHossein Sojoodi and Lydia Skulstad.     

Season three hosted by Özlem Atar, a PhD student in Cultural Studies

Music by Sadaf Amini (https://open.spotify.com/artist/2TlAvzrt6ctGIozK4RQI64) 

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Recent Episodes

Difficult events

How do you cope when difficult events happen, and you are far away from your home community? Nathalia Santos Ocasio...

Food Access

Have you ever struggled to access food? Mina Boules and Edwin Kiarie talk about their experiences with food insecurity and some...

Accessibility

How have you navigated Queen’s as a student with a disability? Getachew Gebeyaw Tadese shares his experience with inclusion and...

Belonging and Burnout

What do belonging and burnout mean to you? Isabella Aung shares her experiences of belonging and burnout are connected.

Procrastination

How do you procrastinate? Ozge Girgin talks about the ways she procrastinates and strategies for staying focused as a student.