Information for Faculty

Queen's Faculty/Staff Information

  • The Faculty and Staff section on the main Queen's website provides general information, information for prospective faculty, and more...
  • Queen’s Faculty Recruitment and Support Program The Faculty Recruitment and Support Office provides prospective faculty members with information on life at Queen's and in the Kingston Community and assists new faculty members and their families with the relocation process. Services are confidential.

Queen's University Research Website

Queen's is one of Canada's leading research-intensive universities - a place many of Canada's most outstanding researchers call home. From the humanities and social sciences to the physical, natural, and applied sciences, researchers across all disciplines have been recognized with the nation's highest research honours.

Continuing Health Education (Faculty of Health Sciences)

The Faculty Development office exists to aid faculty in attaining the skills relevant to their roles as educators, researchers, administrators and scholars. We believe that these efforts will help to sustain the vitality of the Faculty of Health Sciences both now and in the future and help us to attain the Faculty vision. Programs are open to both full-time and adjunct faculty teaching in the Faculty of Health Sciences.

Faculty of Health Sciences Research

Queen's has a long and proud tradition of excellence in research, ranging across the full spectrum of health sciences studies, including basic biomedical, applied clinical, health services and health of populations.

School of Nursing
School of Rehabilitation Therapy
SEAMO (Southeastern Ontario Academic Medical Organization)
  • SEAMO's mission is to educate health professionals and students in the biomedical sciences by conducting research, by generating a spirit of inquiry, and by serving the health needs of the people of Southeastern Ontario, drawing on Queen's learning environment to enable our graduates to become the leading health professionals for Canada's rural, northern, and urban communities and to provide researchers and educators for the nation.
  • Clinical Departments: SEAMO funds the work of most clinical departments in the Queen's University School of Medicine. These departments provide patient care, education of future health professionals, health related research, and medical leadership. To read about the roles of any clinical department, chose from the menu on the left side of this page.