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Reed Perkins, Professor of Environmental Science, and colleagues from Yap, Federated States of Micronesia had their grant "A Watershed-based Approach to Food Security and Biodiversity Protection" approved by the U.S. Forest Service.  Read More

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Mike Wirth and Suzanne Cooper-Guasco teamed up to create a new infographic about how laws are passed in Texas. Read More

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Infinite Possibilities

Eight exciting new majors give Queens’ students more choices in the fields of business, journalism, health and the arts. Read More

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Associate Professor of Religion Suzanne Watts Henderson presented a paper entitled "Messianic Message: The 'Good News' of God's Coming Kingdom" at the annual meeting of the Society of Biblical Theologians.  Read More

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Queens Partners with the Carolina Raptor Center to Host a Bird Biology Workshop

From Raleigh, NC to Greenville, SC, elementary and junior high school teachers from all around the region came together to attend a raptor workshop that was co-sponsored by Queens Biology department and the Carolina Raptor Center (CRC). Read More

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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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