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Students: please see the revised degree plan requirements to address remote delivery this 2020-2021 academic year:


Life Sciences

Janauary 11, 2021<

Happy New Year and welcome back!  We want to thank you all for your remarkable adaptability and perseverance this past term, and we continue to hope that you have remained safe and healthy during these difficult circumstances. We also hope that the break gave you a chance to relax and re-charge now that the winter term is beginning.

Rest assured that we will continue to support your academic goals and are making every effort to do so. Please continue to read our weekly updates that are emailed to you for more information. If you are experiencing concerns regarding your mental health, please reach out to the resources available to you at Student Wellness Services:

Lastly, we would like to bring your attention to the numerous awards that are available to students that are now listed on our website:

These awards are distributed annually by Queen’s University and the Department of Biomedical and Molecular Sciences in recognition of academic excellence  and student achievement.

Drs. Winn and Allingham


September 29, 2020

Dear Life Sciences and Biochemistry Students, 

First, I want to thank you again for your patience and endurance during these last several months and hope that you have remained safe and healthy during these challenging circumstances. As you will now know the University, after careful consideration and on the advice of Public Health Officials, has announced that undergraduate classes for the Faculty of Arts and Sciences, for the most part, will continue to be delivered remotely for all students in the Winter of 2021. We are still awaiting decisions with respect to fourth year research students. Please know that we are here to support you and if you wish to have a phone conversation with me, given the remote working conditions you can send an email to either or with a phone number and some available times and I will call you back. 

Dr. Winn


Fall 2020 FAQs


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Fall 2020 Remote Update (posted May 2020)
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