Queen's report lays out recommendations for university's future

August 24, 2010

On Monday, Queen's University's academic writing team submitted to principal Daniel Woolf its report on the future direction of the institution. The 41-page report includes 5 sections (planning for the future, differentiating Queen's, the core missions, the learning experience, and the Queen's community) that present goals for Queen's with recommendations for each. Goals include capturing the essence of what studying at Queen's involves, and ensuring that this unique experience is preserved and enhanced; increasing opportunities for interdisciplinarity; increasing international engagement; and preserving a sense of community, congeniality, and co-operation at the university. Queen's is welcoming feedback on the report through an online forum. Queen's News Centre | Read the report