Queen’s receives $30M from alumnus to support research, grad student recruitment


Queen’s University has received $30M from alumnus Bruce Mitchell to advance ground-breaking research and graduate student recruitment. The gift will support nine faculty members’ research programs and teams, as well as the recruitment of nine new faculty members and 54 postdoctoral fellows. Queen’s will also use the funds to increase its graduate student body and provide financial supports to an estimated 97 grad students, enhancing its competitiveness. “With these additional funds, we are realizing our aspirations to become a world leader bringing scholars and innovators together to make improvements across our many fields of study,” said Queen’s Principal Patrick Deane.

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