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Professor Nick Graham’s research on the Liberi Exergame gains positive attention

Dr. Nick Graham collaborated with  Dr. Darcy Fehlings, developmental pediatrician from Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital in developing the Liberi Exergame which is a video gaming system powered by exercise bikes.  A  former study participant shares his positive experience with … Continue reading

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Professor Nick Graham’s research on the Liberi Exergame gains positive attention

Dr. Nick Graham collaborated with  Dr. Darcy Fehlings, developmental pediatrician from Holland Bloorview Kids Rehabilitation Hospital in developing the Liberi Exergame which is a video gaming system powered by exercise bikes.  A  former study participant shares his positive experience with … Continue reading

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Queen’s School of Computing students participate in winter sports

Computing students have a lot on their plates.  With academics taking center stage, participation in Queen’s athletics has enhanced the student experience for many. We spoke with some students to tell us more about their experiences. Here’s what we learned. … Continue reading

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The 2020 QSC Awards Ceremony

On January 28th, the School of Computing held a virtual awards ceremony in celebration of the recipients of the 2020 QSC Awards. In the words of our School Director, Hossam Hassanein: “we are a department of  achievers.” Although this ceremony … Continue reading

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Alice Santilli has been selected for 3rd place at the Ontario Regional 3MT Virtual Competition 2020

Congratulations to Alice Santilli on winning 3rd place at the the Ontario Regional 3MT Virtual Competition 2020 for her project titled “Sniffing Out Breast Cancer,” supervised by Drs. Gabor Fichtinger and Parvin Mousavi. The awards were announced at yesterday’s virtual … Continue reading

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Professor David Rappaport Retires from the Queen’s School of Computing

Professor David Rappaport will be retiring from the School of Computing on December 31st. He has been a professor at the School for 21 years. Here are  well wishes from some of his colleagues:   All the best in your … Continue reading

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Rachel Theriault is the Recipient of the Vector Scholarship in AI

Undergraduate student Rachel Theriault has recently received the AI Scholarship for her innovative work in bringing AI to cancer analysis. “Rachel’s interest in working with Dr Ellis was sparked in her second-year classes that he taught. As an NSERC undergraduate … Continue reading

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Queen’s alumni Laurie Hendren wins the 2019 CS-Can| Info-Can Lifetime Achievement Award 

Congratulations to Queen’s alumni Laurie Hendren on winning the 2019 Lifetime Achievement Award  She is a true role model to women in the field of computing. Read the full story on the CS-Can|Info-Can website. We’re so proud of all your accomplishments … Continue reading

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Richard Linley retires as Queen’s School of Computing Staff

  Richard Linley has been a staff member with the Queen’s School of Computing  for 21 years. His involvement with the School goes beyond troubleshooting every imaginable computer problem and programming custom solutions. From judging ECOO competitions to dressing up … Continue reading

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Queen’s School of Computing Celebrates the Class of 2020

Fall Convocation has come and gone and this one was much different from previous years. However, all accomplishments merit a celebration. That’s why the School of Computing was happy to host a virtual reception on Zoom. In the spirit of keeping … Continue reading

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