Queen's International Affairs Association (QIAA)

at 284 Earl Street – Queen's Centre Room A-602, Kingston, K7L 3N6 Canada

www.qiaa.org | www.twitter.com/queens_iaa | www.youtube.com/qiaaest1987


Queen's International Affairs Association (QIAA)
284 Earl Street – Queen's Centre Room A-602
Kingston , ON K7L 3N6
Canada
Contact Phone
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Website
www.qiaa.org

Description

QIAA is a fully student-run, not-for-profit organization devoted to the study and dialogue of international affairs. We attempt to provide our members practical outlets in which they can explore their interest in the international system. We attend and host many conferences, run speakers series, publish a journal, promote initiatives and are active in Model United Nations conferences. We are the umbrella organization for initiatives such as the Queen's Foreign Policy Conference, the Queen's Interactive Crisis Simulation, the Queen's International Observer, the Global Passport, external Model UNs, and our very own speaker series. Why not take a few moments and explore the initiatives above on our website to learn more about how you can get involved and discover the world around you? Check out our website and add your email to receive updates!

Opening time

  • Mondays: 09:30- 14:30
  • Tuesdays: 09:30- 14:30
  • Wednesdays: 09:30- 14:30
  • Thursdays: 09:30- 14:30

Company Rating

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Congrats to CLAIRE COSSETTE for winning last week's trivia. You can pick up your gift card from the QIAA office tomorrow. Here are this week's questions: 1. Which person was the U.S. Ambassador to the United Nations from 1971 to 1973, then later President of the United States? 2. His presidential inauguration speech in winter, 1841 took well over an hour to read, during which time he caught a chill that led to pneumonia and death a month later. Name this ninth President who had the shortest term of office. 3. If, after the Presidential election, no candidate would have a majority of the electoral votes, how would the President be determined? Answer all questions correctly for your chance to win a CoGro gift card! Don't forget, you MUST like the QIAA page to be eligible. Also, the first person to answer correctly DOES NOT make them the winner - the contest is ongoing until next Thursday. Share with all of your friends.

Published on 2015-03-19 21:30:01 GMT

CONGRATULATIONS TO MARISSA YOUNG FOR WINNING THE $50 PRIZE! Thank you to everyone who liked the page and shared the graphic! You've helped us surpass 1,000 likes!

Published on 2015-03-14 15:08:00 GMT

Congrats to new core executive! QICSim Co-Chairs Jonathan Salna and Joey Blumenstein Speaker Series Directors: Issy Flanagan, Jeremy Rogers and Michaela Rutherford-Blouin CFO: Marissa Young Socials Directors: Emily Vassos and Andrew Young QIO Editor- in-Chief: Emerson Murray QIO Assistant Editors: Georgie Giannopoulos and Julia Milden Sponsorship Directos: Ionana Russu, Kaila Raimondo and William Rooney IDW Director: Sabrina Quazi Right of Reply Co-Producers: Quinn Giordano, Holly Henderich and Maggie Smith MUN Team Director: Caroline Marful, Hana Chaudhury and Spencer Belyea Outreach Directors: Catherine Mcdonald and Sarah Boyce IT Director: Graham Stirling-Moffet Marketing Director: Dakota Forster Graphics: Raine Storey Secretary General for QMUNi: Michael Molyneaux Director General for QMUNi: Tiandra Ceyhan Super excited to start off the new year and see what next year's executive has in store for us!

Published on 2015-03-13 01:04:33 GMT

Congrats to WILL MEDEIROS for winning last week's trivia. You can pick up your CoGro gift card as of today. Here are this week's trivia questions, all related to Canadian History this week: 1. Which once and future prime minister lost the 1874 election after it became known that he offered bribes during the construction of the transcontinental railway? 2. On Aug. 31, 1976, Carallyn Bowes became the first woman to accomplish this, a feat that took 133 days to complete. 3. Which province was, in 1940, the last to grant women the right to vote? Answer all questions correctly for your chance to win a CoGro gift card! Don't forget, you MUST like the QIAA page to be eligible. Also, the first person to answer correctly DOES NOT make them the winner - the contest is ongoing until next Thursday. Share with all of your friends.

Published on 2015-03-12 21:30:01 GMT

Congrats to MICHAEL OSHELL for winning last week's trivia. You can pick up your CoGro gift card as of today. Here are this week's trivia questions: 1. Which British statesman led his party to victory in the 1959 elections on the slogan 'You have never had it so good'? 2. She was the leader of the British movement for female suffrage. In 1903 she founded the Women's Political Union which agitated for votes for women, but died in 1928 just before full voting rights were granted. Who was she? 3. Who was known as the Iron Chancellor? Answer all questions correctly for your chance to win a CoGro gift card! Don't forget, you MUST like the QIAA page to be eligible. Also, the first person to answer correctly DOES NOT make them the winner - the contest is ongoing until next Thursday. Share with all of your friends.

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