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Spring Celebration 2020

This time of year the Ban Righ Foundation normally hosts our Spring Celebration and Awards Ceremony. Due to ongoing concerns about the spread of the COVID-19 virus, the awards ceremony has been cancelled, but we still acknowledge mature women students at Queen’s. The award winners of the 2020 Ban Righ Foundation Spring Celebration have now been announced. 

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Noon-Hour Meditation

Noon-Hour Meditation

Every Wednesday noon to 12:45pm.

Meditation begins at 12:10 pm sharp and lasts for about 30 minutes. Everyone is welcome: staff, students, faculty, and all other community members. No previous background in meditation is necessary. Participants may attend on a drop in basis or make it a regular practice.

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Noon-Hour Meditation

Noon-Hour Meditation

Every Wednesday noon to 12:45pm.

Meditation begins at 12:10 pm sharp and lasts for about 30 minutes. Everyone is welcome: staff, students, faculty, and all other community members. No previous background in meditation is necessary. Participants may attend on a drop in basis or make it a regular practice.

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Speaker Series: Mastering Menopause

Speaker Series: Mastering Menopause

Monday February 24th @12:00 pm.

Angela Hunt, Naturopathic Doctor, Kingston Integrated Health Centre

When the ovaries go into retirement the body's other hormonal systems must rise to the challenge. Come learn all about balancing hormones, natural menopausal supports and bio identical hormonal options. Find out why stress may be giving you hot flashes and what to do about it. 

 

Speaker Series: Doesn’t matter where you come from, Immigration is hard

Speaker Series: Doesn’t matter where you come from, Immigration is hard

Thursday February 20th @12:00 pm.

Setareh Ghahari. Assistant Professor, Faculty of Health Sciences | School of Rehabilitation Therapy

Immigrants come to Canada to have a better and happier life. However, immigration is a stressful process that lasts for many years and causes significant turbulence to the person’s mental health. During this talk, we will discuss several practical strategies to manage a healthy life during the first years of migration.

 

Noon-Hour Meditation

Noon-Hour Meditation

Every Wednesday noon to 12:45pm.

Meditation begins at 12:10 pm sharp and lasts for about 30 minutes. Everyone is welcome: staff, students, faculty, and all other community members. No previous background in meditation is necessary. Participants may attend on a drop in basis or make it a regular practice.

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Noon-Hour Meditation

Noon-Hour Meditation

Every Wednesday noon to 12:45pm.

Meditation begins at 12:10 pm sharp and lasts for about 30 minutes. Everyone is welcome: staff, students, faculty, and all other community members. No previous background in meditation is necessary. Participants may attend on a drop in basis or make it a regular practice.

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Speaker Series: Eastern Ontario’s Natural Wonders

Speaker Series: Eastern Ontario’s Natural Wonders

Tuesday February 11th @12:00 pm.

Megan Quinn, Acting Coordinator, Conservation Biology - Eastern Ontario, Nature Conservancy of Canada

Love being in nature? Want to know more about it and what you can do to help protect it? Join us to learn about the Nature Conservancy of Canada’s (NCC’s) conservation of natural landscapes in your backyard, and how you can enjoy and help conserve eastern Ontario’s beautiful landscapes. 

 

Noon-Hour Meditation

Noon-Hour Meditation

Every Wednesday noon to 12:45pm.

Meditation begins at 12:10 pm sharp and lasts for about 30 minutes. Everyone is welcome: staff, students, faculty, and all other community members. No previous background in meditation is necessary. Participants may attend on a drop in basis or make it a regular practice.

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Noon-Hour Meditation

Noon-Hour Meditation

Every Wednesday noon to 12:45pm.

Meditation begins at 12:10 pm sharp and lasts for about 30 minutes. Everyone is welcome: staff, students, faculty, and all other community members. No previous background in meditation is necessary. Participants may attend on a drop in basis or make it a regular practice.

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