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Inmates complete King's courses for the first time
Posted on: Mar 05, 2020

Inmates complete King's courses for the first time

For the first time, federally-incarcerated Canadians have completed accredited King’s courses in physics, math, English, history, philosophy and theology through a program called The Ephesus Project.…

The exquisite power of bacteria
Posted on: Feb 27, 2020

The exquisite power of bacteria

What if you could tell those tiny bacterial soldiers to eliminate the unwanted bacteria causing your food to rot? That’s what Dr. Leah Martin-Visscher, Associate Professor of Chemistry, is hoping to…

Research & Scholarship
Chamber choir performs for penitentiary inmates
Posted on: Feb 26, 2020

Chamber choir performs for penitentiary inmates

Members of the King's Chamber Choir put on a Christmas Lessons and Carols service for inmates of the Edmonton Institution, a federal maximum security prison for inmates serving two years to life.

Education under the King
Posted on: Feb 21, 2020

Education under the King

On September 3, 1979, Dr. Richard Mouw delivered the university's first convocation address. This speech has been reprinted from "Torchbearers for the King" by Harry Cook and William Vanden Born in honour…

Christian Thought and Action

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King’s receives $225,000 over three years to fund mental health initiatives
Posted on: Sep 15, 2017

King’s receives $225,000 over three years to fund mental health initiatives

Money from Government of Alberta is part of $2.6 million for Edmonton area universities The King’s University is taking a new approach to mental health this year with a campaign called “Join the Resilience,”…

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