List of Queen's University people

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The following is a list of notable alumni, faculty and affiliates of Queen's University at Kingston in Kingston, Ontario, Canada.

Notable Queen's alumni[edit]

Academic leaders[edit]

Actors, film, and media[edit]

Business people[edit]

Literature and the arts[edit]

Gord Downie – lead singer of band The Tragically Hip

Military[edit]

Miscellaneous[edit]

Political leaders[edit]

Scientists[edit]

Sports[edit]

Notable faculty and affiliates[edit]

In addition to the following notable faculty members, Sir Sandford Fleming, former Prime Minister of Canada Sir Robert Laird Borden, and former Governor General of Canada Roland Michener have all served as Chancellor of the university, though this is a non-academic role.

Principals[edit]

  1. Rev Thomas Liddell (1841–1846) [21]
  2. Rev John Machar (1846–1853) [21]
  3. Rev James George (acting Principal 1853–1857) [21]
  4. Rev John Cook (1857–1859) [21]
  5. Rev William Leitch (1859–1864) [21]
  6. Rev William Snodgrass (1864–1877) [21]
  7. Rev George Monro Grant (1877–1902) [21]
  8. Rev Daniel Miner Gordon (1902–1916) [21]
  9. Rev Robert Bruce Taylor (1917–1929) [21]
  10. Sir William Hamilton Fyfe (1930–1936) [21]
  11. Robert Charles Wallace (1936–1951) [21]
  12. William Archibald Mackintosh (1951–1961) [21]
  13. James Alexander Corry (1961–1968) [21]
  14. John James Deutsch (1968–1974) [21]
  15. Ronald Lampman Watts (1974–1984) [21]
  16. David Chadwick Smith (1984–1994) [21]
  17. William Claude Leggett (1994–2004) [21]
  18. Karen R. Hitchcock (2004–2008) [21]
  19. Thomas R. Williams (2008–2009) [21]
  20. Daniel Woolf (2009–2019) [21]
  21. Patrick Deane (2019–Present)[21]

Chancellors[edit]

  1. Rev John Cook (1877–1879) [22]
  2. Sir Sandford Fleming (1880–1915) [22]
  3. James Douglas (1915–1918) [22]
  4. Sir Edward Beatty (1918–1923) [22]
  5. Sir Robert Laird Borden (1924–1929) [22]
  6. James Armstrong Richardson (1929–1939) [22]
  7. Charles Avery Dunning (1940–1958) [22]
  8. John Bertram Stirling (1960–1973) [22]
  9. Roland Michener (1973–1980) [22]
  10. Agnes Mccausland Benidickson (1980–1996) [22]
  11. Peter Lougheed (1996–2002) [22]
  12. A. Charles Baillie (2002–2008) [22]
  13. David A. Dodge (2008–2014) [22]
  14. James Leech (2014–present) [22]

Rectors[edit]

  1. Rev S. W. Dyde (1913)
  2. James L. Robertson (1916)
  3. Brigadier General A. E. Ross (1920)
  4. William H. Coverdale (1925)
  5. Oscar D. Skelton (1929)
  6. R. B. Bennett (1935)
  7. Norman McLeod Rogers (1937)
  8. The Earl of Athlone (1940)
  9. BK Sandwell (1944)
  10. Leonard W. Brockington (1947)
  11. M. Grattan O'Leary (1968)
  12. Richard Alan Broadbent (1969, first student Rector[23])
  13. Gary Michael Gannage (1972)
  14. Bruce W. Trotter (1974)
  15. Morris Chochla (1976)
  16. Hugh Christie (1978)
  17. Jeremy Freedman (1980)
  18. James Harris (1982)
  19. Richard Powers (1984)
  20. Kelley McKinnon (1986)
  21. Charis Kelso (1988)
  22. Antoinette Mongillo (1990)
  23. David Baar (1992)
  24. Peter Gallant (1994)
  25. Ian Michael (1996)
  26. Michael Kealy (1998)
  27. Daniel Sahl (2000)
  28. Ahmed "KC" Kayssi (2002)
  29. Grant R.A. Bishop (2004)
  30. Johsa Marie G. Manzanilla (2006)
  31. Leora Jackson (2008)
  32. Nick Day (2010)
  33. Nick Francis (2011)
  34. Mike Young (2014)
  35. Cameron Yung (2016)
  36. Alexandra da Silva (2018)
  37. Sam Hiemstra (2020)

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