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PARK, John (died 1913), Professor of Logic and Metaphysics, Queen’s University (formerly Queen’s College), Belfast, from 1868

CONNELL, Walter Thomas (1873 - 1964), Emeritus Professor of Medicine, Queen’s University, Kingston, since 1941

Commentary: John Pemberton Professor of Social Medicine, Queen’s University, Belfast, 1958–1976

BURNS, Philip Leonard (1896 - 1968), Professor of Electrical Engineering, Queen’s University, Belfast, since 1924

GRAY, Joseph Alexander (1884 - 1966), Emeritus Professor of Physics, Queen’s University, Ontario

WILKINSON, Hiram Shaw (1840 - 1926), Pro-Chancellor, Queen’s University, Belfast

MORISON, John William Edgar (born 1958), Professor of Jurisprudence, Queen’s University, Belfast, since 1996

ARCHARD, David William (born 1951), Professor of Philosophy, Queen’s University Belfast, since 2012

WALMSLEY, Thomas (died 1951), Professor of Anatomy, Queen’s University, Belfast

WILSON, Gregg (1865 - 1951), Emeritus Professor and Pro-Chancellor, Queen’s University, Belfast

SELTMAN, Charles Theodore (1886 - 1957), formerly Fellow of Queens’ College, Cambridge, and University Lecturer in Classics

WATSON, John (1847 - 1939), Emeritus Professor of Moral Philosophy, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada

MILROY, John Alexander (died 1934), Professor of Bio-Chemistry, Queen’s University, Belfast

MARSHALL, David Henry (1848 - 1932), Professor Emeritus of Physics, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ont

JOLLIFFE, Richard Orlando (1876 - 1932), Professor of Latin, Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario, since 1920

WILGAR, William Percy (1877 - 1940), Professor of Civil Engineering, Queen’s University, Kingston, Canada

 

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Belfast, was founded as Queen's College, Belfast, under Sir Robert Peel's Colleges Act (1845). The Irish Universities Act (1908) created both a National University of Ireland (binding the colleges of Cork, Galway, and Dublin) and a new Queen's University of Belfast out of the former Queen's College. Queen's now reflects, if still inadequately, the increasing political and economic strength of the catholic community in Northern Ireland.

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