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** Ended in Dec 2018 ** Eddie Murphy got it right when he decided to navigate Queens to find his Queen. On our podcast, we explore the parameters of life as we evolve into Queendom. What does that even mean? Well here is our space to turn our regular conversations into an open forum for others to listen in, comment and engage in conversation. Topics range from dating, money, societal issues, life tips, health, etc.
 
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Join us for a great conversation with Dr. Lee Airton, Assistant Professor of Gender and Sexuality Studies in Education at Queen’s University. Their latest co-edited collection with Dr. Susan Wooley (Colgate University) entitled Teaching about Gender Diversity: Teacher-Tested Lesson Plans for K-12 Classrooms with Canadian Scholars Press was released…
 
Welcome back to Campus Beat! We’re launching Season Three today with an outstanding conversation with Dr. Mark Green, Queen’s University Provost & Vice Principal (Academic). Mark shares much about himself, his research and his role as Provost at the University. Further, he discusses exciting 2020-21 university initiatives and sheds much light on Qu…
 
The Human Rights Defender Project is a collaborative initiative from The Advocates for Human Rights, the University of Minnesota Law School James H. Binger Center for New Americans, and Robins Kaplan LLP. As part of the project, members of the public can volunteer to sit in on detained immigrant court hearings—which are always open to the public—an…
 
Queen’s University Professors Courtney Szto (Kinesiology) and Sam McKegney (English) join us in this episode. They provide insights on the Policy Paper on Anti-Racism in Canadian Hockey they co-authored with Michael Auksi at McGill University and Bob Dawson of Boxscore World Sportswire. Listeners learn about barriers to inclusion in Canadian hockey…
 
Fernando Burga's recent work seeks to "imagine food as a central aspect of our lives and cities," investigating the intersection of urban planning with immigration, equity, and food systems. Despite the immense disparities faced by immigrant groups and communities of color when it comes to accessing healthy and culturally relevant food, Burga found…
 
Jan Allen, Director at Agnes Etherington Art Centre joins us in this episode. She discusses the Innovation in a Collections-Based Exhibition award granted to the Agnes by he Ontario Association of Art Galleries (OAAG) for the gallery’s The hold: movements in the contemporary collection (2018), the Lifetime Achievement Award given to her by the OAAG…
 
Dr. Richard Birtwhistle, Emeritus professor of Family Medicine and Public Health Sciences at Queen’s University and Chair of the Task Force Thyroid Dysfunction working group joins us in studio. Dr. Birtwhistle talks about thyroid dysfunction, the work his task force has done developing new guidelines against thyroid dysfunction testing, the impacts…
 
Did you miss the Installation Ceremony of Queen’s University’s new Principal, Dr. Patrick Deane on November 12th 2019? CFRC 101.9 FM was on site to record the Installation featuring a moving speech by Principal Deane and the presentation of Honorary Degrees to Daniel Woolf and John Joseph Borrows. Tune in and catch up on this wonderful moment in Qu…
 
Jean Pfleiderer, Associate Director-Human Rights Advisory Services at Queen’s University joins us in studio in this episode. She talks about the Positive Space Program at Queen’s, its motivations and evolution over the last two decades, and recent celebrations of the Program’s 20th anniversary at Mitchell Hall. For more information about the Positi…
 
Professor Tony Noble, Scientific Director and Mark Richardson, Education and Outreach Officer, McDonald Institute join us in studio. Professor Noble chats with us about the science of detecting dark matter and Richardson shares details about the upcoming Dark Matter Day events happening at Stirling Hall at Queen’s University on November 9th.…
 
Join us for a special Homecoming Week episode of Campus Beat with Rignam Wangkhang (ArtSci ’13), Talent Development Lead with CBC. He was on campus on October 8th speaking at the Queen’s Student Alumni Association (QSAA) Backpack to Briefcase: Telling Your Story event. He sheds light on the talk he did for student to teach them how to talk about th…
 
Assistant Dean Corinna Fitzgerald, Student Life and Learning joins us in studio. She sheds much light on an exciting new Queen’s University initiative, The Promise Scholars Program. Learn more about opportunities for first-generation students from the Kingston area at Queen’s to take advantage of a fully-funded university experience!…
 
Stewart Langley, 2019-20 Pathy Fellow and JP Dobson, Program Assistant join us to chat about Stewart’s Pathy Fellowship work with Kingston’s Ryandale Shelter to develop innovative solutions to chronic homelessness in addition to details from JP about the Fellowship program, the upcoming application deadline, and the amazing opportunities these fell…
 
September 25th 2019 – Linda Mussell, Pierre Elliott Trudeau and Joseph-Armand Bombardier CGS Doctoral Scholar in Political Studies at Queen’s University joins us in this episode. She talks about her research in justice and corrections policy and the recent article she published in The Conversation, an article that launched a massive conversation on…
 
Dr Jacquelyn N. Coutré, Bader Curator and Researcher of European Art at the Agnes Etherington Art Centre at Queen’s University joins us in studio. She chats with us about the art of curation, her passion for Dutch and Flemish works, and her curated exhibition launching September 19th: Leiden circa 1630: Rembrandt Emerges.…
 
Korey Pasch, PhD Candidate in Political Studies at Queen’s University joins us in studio. At the time of recording, Hurricane Dorian was rolling along Florida but the fascinating things Korey tells us about the financialization of natural disasters and the apparent ‘progressive’ stance Big Insurance necessarily takes in the face of climate change t…
 
Patrick Deane, Principal and Vice-Chancellor of Queen’s University joins us in studio at the beginning of the new academic year! Principal Deane shares much with us about his teaching, research and leadership experience and passions while giving us insights on his transition from McMaster to Queen’s and some of his goals to achieve during his term.…
 
“Talking about some of the theoretical underpinnings that have devalued the lives of oppressed communities worldwide is a really important conversation to have,” says Fayola Jacobs, an assistant professor in the urban and regional planning area at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs. Jacobs' recent work explores how disaster planning has engaged—…
 
Christy Scott, Socio-Cultural Chair for the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society (ASUS) Orientation Committee joins us today! Christy gives us the lowdown on all of the fun activities ArtSci frosh can expect and for returning students to enjoy also! Cha Gheill! Music: Bon Iver, “Holyfields” Shotgun Jimmie, “401” YoungGuv, “Roll with Me”…
 
Susan Bazelely, PhD Candidate (Geography and Planning) and co-Coordinator of Kington’s Lower Burial Ground Restoration Society joins us in studio. She sheds light on her research and the work students and community volunteers are doing in the dark recesses underneath St. Paul’s Anglican Church in order to clean up and restore monuments and grave ma…
 
Claire Gummo (ArtSci ’17) joins us via telephone from Oxford, UK. She shares insights about her undergraduate experience at Queen’s University and the work she’s undertaken through two Master’s degrees as a Rhodes Scholar in sexual violence prevention and response, gender dynamics within security forces, transnational advocacy networks, the regulat…
 
Kevin Collins, Coordinator, Student Development with the Student Experience Office joins us again on Campus Beat! He shares details about the amazing services available through the Student Experience Office and gives us lots of great insights into this year’s Queen’s Reads literary selection: Tima Kurdi’s Boy on the Beach. Music: Hawksley Workman, …
 
Morgan Lehtinen, PhD Candidate in the Department of Chemistry joins us in studio today. She chats about her recent participation in and winning of the recent Young Person’s Lecture Competition on May 30th at Queen’s University. Hosted this year for the first time in Canada, the Competition was hosted by the Arthur B. McDonald Canadian Astroparticle…
 
Tricia Baldwin, Director at The Isabel Centre for the Performing Arts joins us in studio. She sheds dazzling light on the many exciting performance opportunities for all to enjoy in the upcoming 2019-20 Season including the sparkling new Bader and Overton Virtuosi Festival, the Bader and Overton Canadian Cello Competion, the YGK Emerging Kingston M…
 
Dr. J. Hugh Horton, Vice Provost and Executive Director of the Bader International Study Centre at Herstmonceaux Castle joins us via telephone from Sussex, UK. He discusses the history of ‘The Castle’ as a centre of innovative and experiential learning for Queen’s students and the many exciting things that are in store for Castle alumni, students, …
 
Meredith Wilson-Smith (Editor-in-Chief) and Iain Sherriff-Scott (Managing Editor) of the Queen’s Journal join us in studio. They discuss the value of this 147-year-old Queen’s University campus institution and the potential impact of the Ontario Provincial Government’s Student Choice Initiative on the news, outreach, and educational opportunities t…
 
Danuta Seirhuis, Digital Development Coordinator at The Agnes Etherington Art Centre joins us for this episode. She discusses the $50000 grant The Agnes recently received from the Canada Council for the Arts’s Digital Strategy Fund and what it will mean for digital strategizing. development and beneficial impacts for The Agnes and its patrons on si…
 
Queen’s University Principal and Vice-Chancellor Daniel Woolf joins us to reflect upon his accomplishments during his administrative tenure in service to the University. He also shares a bit about what’s coming up on his next adventures and offers some advice for young scholars. Don’t forget, Daniel Woolf has also been a CFRC volunteer for eight ye…
 
Amanda Brissenden, PhD Candidate in Chemical Engineering and winner of this year’s Three-Minute Thesis (3MT) competition at Queen’s University joins us today. Brissenden discusses her research inspirations, process, and achievements thus far and sheds light on her experience with and participation in the 3MT competition. Brissenden will be competin…
 
Dr. Ian Garner, Academic Skills Outreach Coordinator with Student Academic Success Services at Queen’s University joins us for this episode. We chat about the services SASS offers all Queen’s students throughout the year and focus on tips and resources to study and thrive during exam season at the university. For more information on the wealth of r…
 
This episode of Campus Beat features our chat with the five outstanding winners of the 2019 Agnes Benedickson Tricolour Award. This year’s winners are Erika Campell, Zac Baum, Benji Christie, Umpai Thammachack and Olivia Rondeau. Learn more about their acheivements, inspiration, and what’s coming up next for these wonderful folks! Cha Gheill! Speci…
 
SGPS Equity and Diversity Commissioner Catrina Mavrigianakis and Isabel Luce, SGPS VP Community joined us in studio on February 27th to discuss the conference they are organizing. Be sure to visit the SGPS website to find the schedule of paper presentations for this exciting conference!By CFRC.ca Podcast Network
 
Associate Dean Marta Straznicky (School of Graduate Studies) and PhD Candidate Heena Mistry (History) join us in studio to talk about the Queen’s PhD-Community Initiative, Heena’s experience as a participant, and to chat about the upcoming Capstone Presentation event taking place at the Isabel Bader Centre for the Performing Arts on March 12th 2019…
 
Data show that only half of all children in the United States are ready for school when they enter kindergarten, and that learning gains from early childhood programs are often lost as children get older. A new book co-edited by Judy Temple, professor at the Humphrey School of Public Affairs and co-director of the Human Capital Research Collaborati…
 
Paula James, MD, FRCPC and Professor in the Department of Medicine, Division of Hematology at Queen’s University joins us to share insights about the groundbreaking research conducted in her lab with Master’s student, Victoria Candy which explores why female genetic carriers of hemophilia A often experience abnormal bleeding. Listeners gain insight…
 
Julia Krolik, co-founder and CEO of Art the Science joins us in studio. She talks to us about this innovative project, the pilot residency program, and the upcoming Between the Sand: Art the Science Residency Showcase digital exhibition presented by residents Dr. Kevin Mumford (Queen’s Department of Chemical Engineering) and artist/creative coder, …
 
Laura Lee (Sci ’21), Deputy of Environmental Affairs under the Alma Mater Society’s Social Issues Commission joins us in studio to talk about the Room of Requirement at Queen’s University as well as the Queen’s Winter Coat Exchange. Business and individual donors can learn more about how to donate while students can learn how to access warm winter …
 
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