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This web forum is an opportunity for members of the Queen’s community to openly discuss questions, goals and recommendations related to Queen's Campus Master Plan as the process moves forward over the next several months. This forum is intended to provide an opportunity for free flowing community discussion.
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Category Archives: Guest Blogs
Our final guest blog comes from David Gordon, Director of the School of Urban and Regional Planning and a faculty member on the Campus Master Plan Advisory Committee. As a key participant in the evolution of the Queen’s campus over … Continue reading
Guest Blog: Filza Naveed, Communications Coordinator of Kingston Alumni Branch, Queen’s University and M.A Candidate for Cultural Studies
Through our consultation to date, it is clear to the CMP team that Queen’s benefits from being located centrally within Kingston — close to downtown, Princess Street, and the waterfront. However, Kingston has many more neighbourhoods than just those near Main … Continue reading
Our second guest blog post comes courtesy of Tony Gkotsis, School of Urban and Regional Planning graduate student and member of the Campus Master Plan Advisory Committee and Project Team. Tony’s provided us with a great overview of Queen’s campus … Continue reading
The CMP team is excited to post our first in a series of guest bloggers. Over the study process, we’ll be periodically posting the different perspectives of Queen’s & Kingston’s residents opinions on the Queen’s Campus – including their aspirations for the … Continue reading