Spotlight Stories

The stories below highlight the best of what Queens offers for students and the entire campus community.

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New Human Service Studies Curriculum introduced

Exciting changes make popular program even stronger for those entering the “helping professions” Read More


Spotlight on Dr. Rebecca Engen

Engen directs the music therapy programs at Queens.  Read More


Three first-year students launch a book blog, attract attention from publishers

Minna Pritchard, Jalee Garrison and Ashley Greiwe found a mutual love for YA novels. Read More


Students learn the power of forgiveness

"Psychology of Forgiveness" class members say they learned about the power of letting go. Read More


Department of History hosts regional conferences

More than 20 scholars from colleges and universities across the Carolinas and Tennessee shared their research at the events. Read More


Animal behavior is driven by a mix of biology and instinct

Dr. Jeff Thomas says helping students interact with animals helps them learn about what drives animal behavior. Read More


Nature Deficit Disorder

Examining how changes in society over the last century have distanced Americans from nature. Read More


It started with a knock

Sophomore and political science major Emmie Horadam shares how she became interested in politics. Read More


Getting to know Emily Seelbinder

English Department chair is a student favorite and a world renown scholar on Emily Dickinson.  Read More


Walid Asmar explores his roots

Asmar, an international studies major, spent two months in Palestine on an individual language immersion trip. Read More


Artist Jayne Johnson helps students find their voice

Johnson has been inspiring Queens students to commit themselves to art since 1987. Read More

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