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Eagles volleyball teams post-season

Eagles volleyball teams post-season

Posted on: Feb 22, 2017

After an incredible season that saw the men's and women's volleyball teams clench 2nd and 1st place respectively, King's Eagles are about to enter the ACAC championships.  Men's Championship: Red Deer…

Coach Honoured as 2016-17 ACAC Men’s Volleyball North Division Coach of the Year

Coach Honoured as 2016-17 ACAC Men’s Volleyball North Division Coach of the Year

Posted on: Feb 22, 2017

Edmonton, February 22, 2017 – The Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC) is pleased to announce that Phil Dixon, head coach of The King’s University Eagles men’s volleyball team, has been selected…

King’s announces “Glorious and Free?” conference Jan. 18-19

King’s announces “Glorious and Free?” conference Jan. 18-19

Posted on: Jan 16, 2017

The King’s University is launching its winter academic semester with a two-day conference inspired by the upcoming 150th anniversary of Canadian confederation in July 2017. “Glorious and Free? Generous…

Alumni couple’s trial by fire a ‘life-changing’ experience

Alumni couple’s trial by fire a ‘life-changing’ experience

Posted on: Jan 06, 2017

When graduates pack up and leave The King’s University campus, they go with the prayers of family and supporters in their hearts to meet the challenges of the future. Those prayers for strength, wisdom…

Good progress made on LED retrofit initiative

Good progress made on LED retrofit initiative

Posted on: Jan 06, 2017

As part of The King's University’s continued commitment to sustainability, maintenance staff retrofitted a number of classrooms with 15 watt LED smart tubes prior to the Christmas break. The effort…

Campus master plan: roadmap to a thriving future

Campus master plan: roadmap to a thriving future

Posted on: Dec 14, 2016

The math is simple when the health of a university is measured by enrolment. A steadily growing student body paves the way to a solid future. But it’s not that simple, of course, neither to continue…

Funding the dream through financial sustainability

Funding the dream through financial sustainability

Posted on: Dec 07, 2016

Imagining the future of King’s as it continues steady growth is exciting, but dreams need a sound financial footing to become reality. As staff and faculty review the potential of the Campus Master…

Hunting the Urban Hare

Hunting the Urban Hare

Posted on: Nov 22, 2016

Who are these creatures sharing our city with us? That question has taken Dr. John Wood and his students into the streets and parks of Edmonton many a wintry night. Their quest: the white-tailed jackrabbit.…

Math and Physics professor to receive ATA’s 'Distinguished Service Award'

Math and Physics professor to receive ATA’s 'Distinguished Service Award'

Posted on: Nov 16, 2016

The Alberta Teacher’s Association’s Science Council, an organization dedicated to promoting and enhancing the teaching of science in Alberta, has selected King’s professor of Math and Physics, Dr.…

Topic of 2nd Annual Case Competition, Announced

Topic of 2nd Annual Case Competition, Announced

Posted on: Nov 09, 2016

The Leder School of Business at The King’s University is pleased to announce its second annual High School Competition. The topic of this year’s contest is Affordable Housing. Edmonton Mayor Don Iveson…

Dr. Haluza-DeLay heads to Marrakech for UN climate talks

Dr. Haluza-DeLay heads to Marrakech for UN climate talks

Posted on: Oct 28, 2016

As the United Nations’ annual climate talks approach, an Edmonton university professor is packing his bags for Marrakech, Morocco, to take part as a delegate for the World Council of Churches (WCC).…

The King's University Blood Drive

The King's University Blood Drive

Posted on: Oct 24, 2016

Recently The King’s University was approached by Canadian Blood Services (CBS) to rally students, staff, faculty, and supporters of The King’s University to donate blood. In light of the current need…

Fall Interdisciplinary Studies Conference features

Fall Interdisciplinary Studies Conference features "What's Love Got To Do With It?"

Posted on: Sep 15, 2016

This fall, The King’s University is providing an opportunity for students, the university community, and the broader Edmonton community to take two days to think about what they do and why. The semi-annual…

King’s professor to lead chemistry professionals in “re-imagining chemistry”

King’s professor to lead chemistry professionals in “re-imagining chemistry”

Posted on: Sep 08, 2016

Chemistry Professor Dr. Peter Mahaffy is working on a PowerPoint for a webinar presentation to hundreds of the world’s leading professional chemists and chemistry educators, hosted by the American Chemical…

KCVS plays major role in global launch of new IUPAC periodic table - soon to be used worldwide

KCVS plays major role in global launch of new IUPAC periodic table - soon to be used worldwide

Posted on: Aug 17, 2016

How do we know what the temperature of our planet a million years ago? Where did Őtzi the Iceman live as a child and an adult? What evidence gives doping agencies the gold standard to determine whether…

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Installed on Campus

Electric Vehicle Charging Station Installed on Campus

Posted on: Aug 04, 2016

We're pleased to announce the installation of an electric vehicle charging station on The King's University campus thanks to the fundraising efforts of our students. The new charging station is free…

A Joint Commitment to Action

A Joint Commitment to Action

Posted on: Jun 22, 2016

Through a joint commitment to action, Alberta Education, the Alberta Teachers’ Association, the Alberta Association of Deans of Education, the Alberta Regional Professional Development Consortia, the…

Alberta Applicants Affected by Wildfires - Joint Statement

Alberta Applicants Affected by Wildfires - Joint Statement

Posted on: May 06, 2016

The six Edmonton-area Campus Alberta post-secondary institutions, King's, Concordia, MacEwan, NAIT, NorQuest, and U of A are committed fully to supporting applicants who may have difficulty completing…

Helping  to Share the Stories of Newcomers

Helping to Share the Stories of Newcomers

Posted on: May 03, 2016

Students and faculty of The King’s University were privileged to work with ESL (English as a Second Language) students on a very special type of book project recently. King’s students Rynnelle Wiebe,…

Advancing a Vision for a Better World: 2016 Convocation Address

From the President, Posted on: May 02, 2016

Legend has it that one of the King’s former Presidents at this point more than doubled the time of the ceremony. #CaptiveAudience! While there is much to say, I will not do that to you today. I understand…