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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.…

Q&A with Shannon Tuininga, New VP for Institutional Advancement
Posted on: Mar 03, 2020

Q&A with Shannon Tuininga, New VP for Institutional Advancement

When did you first start at King’s? I arrived as a student in 1998. After I completed my degree in environmental studies and business, I had the opportunity to serve as an admissions counsellor for…

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.

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Summer research round-up
Posted on: Aug 19, 2019

Summer research round-up

While some students have been camping, working, or catching up on sleep since the semester ended, others continue to walk the halls of King’s. Each year a number of students remain on campus to conduct…

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