Congratulations

David Lyon recognized

Congratulations to Queen's Professor David Lyon who was recently recognized with an Outstanding Contribution Award by the Surveillance Studies Network for his scholarly and intellectual contributions to the field. Read more: Surveilling Surveillance, Tuesday, July 17, 2018, Queen's Gazette

Funding awarded for 'Educational Media: Privacy in the Age of Big Data'

Congratulations to David Lyon, David Murakami Wood and sava saheli singh at the SSC on being awarded $70,000 from the Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada (OPC) under its Contributions Program for the project titled 'Educational Media: Privacy in the Age of Big Data'. For more information see the OPC funding...

Congratulations to Joan Sharpe and Emily Smith

On receiving a Special Recognition for Staff Team Award at Queen's University, for their work at the SSC, presented during the Principal's Annual Holiday Reception. See: story and photos here.

Congratulations to David Lyon

David Lyon has been awarded the 2017 Award for Excellence in Graduate Student Supervision by the School of Graduate Studies at Queen's University (to be received at Fall Convocation, November 16, 2017). The application supported by his students pointed to his achievements as a researcher as well as a graduate student mentor.

Congratulations to David Murakami Wood

Royal Society of Canada recognizes five Queen’s University faculty members in the New Scholars, Artists and Scientists program.

Surveillance Studies Centre member David Murakami Wood is one of five Queen’s University faculty members that have been named to the Royal Society of Canada’s (RSC) College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists program. The new program recognizes an emerging generation of...

Congratulations to David Lyon - SSHRC Insight Award Winner 2015

SSHRC’s Insight Award recognizes outstanding achievement by an individual or team whose project has made a significant contribution to knowledge and understanding about people, societies and the world.

Congratulations to David Murakami Wood

On the renewal of his Tier 2 Canada Research Chair in Surveillance Studies at Queen's University. See: http://www.queensu.ca/gazette/stories/four-new-canada-research-chairs-queens?utm_source=e-queens

Dr. Daniel Trottier wins 2013 SSN Annual Book Prize

The 2013 Surveillance Studies Network Annual Book Prize, for the best surveillance studies monograph published in 2012, has been awarded to Dr Daniel Trottier for ' Social Media as Surveillance ' (Ashgate, 2012). According to this year's judges: "In reaching their decision, the judges noted that ' Social Media as Surveillance ' stands as a challenge to many...