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Students participate in model simulation of the Organization of American States

Ten Queens undergrads traveled to Washington, D.C. in April to participate in the Model for the Organization of American States (OAS). The trip was part of POLS 299, a political science class that studies international organizations and typically participates in a model exercise each year. Read More

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Morri Creech's new book The Sleep of Reason was reviewed this month in Library Journal. Read More

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Dean Kevin L. Burke presents research at CSRI. Read More

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Adjunct English Instructor Sarah Creech's debut novel, Season of the Dragonflies, has been sold to editor Rachel Kahan at William Morrow. Read More

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Queens Announces MFA Faculty Readings

This year's reading series will feature six dynamic authors, including a Pulitzer Prize finalist Read More

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Tiny preemies get a boost from live music therapy

Queens Alumna, Lauren Sandlin, a board certified music therapist, is mentioned in the Charlotte Observer story below. Queens offers several programs in Music Therapy. Read More

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Queens Receives ArtSí’s Community Partner Award

ArtSí, Charlotte's premier Latino arts community initiative that supports and connects Latino/a artists in Mecklenburg County, recognizes Queens for helping Latino/a artists flourish. Read More

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Bob Whalen of the History Department recently presented a paper at the International Thomas Merton Society bi-annual conference. Read More

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Rogers Hall Receives Prestigious Architectural Award

Queens’ Rogers Hall is one of three Publisher’s Commendation Award winners selected by LEARNING BY DESIGN magazine. Read More

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Recent Publications by MFA Alumni and Students Read More

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Dr. Liliana Wendorff published a co-authored article in the Spring 2013 edition of L’Érudit franco-espagnol 3. Read More

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