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    Janet Smylie, Artsci'92, Meds'93: Her aboriginal health research recognized

    Janet Smylie, Artsci'92, Meds'93: Her aboriginal health research recognized

    Dr. Janet Smylie has received a 2012 National Aboriginal Achievement Award for her research on the health of young Aboriginal families.

    • 2 min.
    Rahim Moloo, Artsci'02: From Kingston to Kyrgyzstan

    Rahim Moloo, Artsci'02: From Kingston to Kyrgyzstan

    Rahim Moloo's extracurricular activities at Queen's set him on his career path. Now he is the General Counsel for the University of Central Asia.

    • 2 min.
    David Mack, QMBA'11: Back on Canadian soil

    David Mack, QMBA'11: Back on Canadian soil

    David Mack, QMBA'11, has found his military training and experiences useful in the corporate world.

    • 2 min.
    The Derby Girls' Cat London, Artsci'03, and Matt Wonnacott, Artsci'05: The family that plays together...

    The Derby Girls' Cat London, Artsci'03, and Matt Wonnacott, Artsci'05: The family that plays together...

    Playing in Kingston's first flat track roller derby league is a family affair for these alumni.

    • 2 min.
    Healthcare hipster: Shawn Brady

    Healthcare hipster: Shawn Brady

    A skilled hospital director, passionate musician, and committed runner, Shawn Brady, PT'99 is a study in how to balance competing priorities.

    • 8 min.
    Paul Kubes: Leading the way in health research

    Paul Kubes: Leading the way in health research

    Serendipity led Paul Kubes to his career studying inflammation and infection. Now this doctor and professor has been recognized as Canada's Researcher of the Year.

    • 2 min.

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