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Joining the mental health resilience

Joining the mental health resilience

Posted on: Nov 17, 2017

You've probably seen the posters around King’s campus. “Join the resilience for the sake of others. A healthy community starts with a healthy you.” In short, take care of yourself to be better able…

King's business school acquires prestigious membership

King's business school acquires prestigious membership

Posted on: Nov 16, 2017

The King’s University is pleased to announce that its Leder School of Business is now a member of The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB).Membership in the AACSB is important…

Q&A with the humans of the King's U pup

Q&A with the humans of the King's U pup

Posted on: Nov 15, 2017

Q: Hi, Alison! Introduce us to your role.I'm the Residence Life Coordinator. I cover everything from administrative residence application to crisis management in the rez and disciplinary stuff. This is…

Eagles Athletics launches new website

Eagles Athletics launches new website

Posted on: Nov 14, 2017

The King’s Eagles are taking flight from a new website!With game stories, stats, and live social media feeds for each our Eagles Athletics teams, the site comes with more than a fresh look. It will…

An imposter takes the stage in King’s fall drama production

An imposter takes the stage in King’s fall drama production

Posted on: Nov 09, 2017

Each year, the drama department crafts an elaborately staged and elegantly performed play. Last year, it was a series of sold-out shows on Anne Frank.This year, prepare to laugh as you meet a vagrant…

The King’s University lands $500K government research funding

The King’s University lands $500K government research funding

Posted on: Nov 08, 2017

The King’s University is pleased to announce its first Canada Research Chair (CRC), recently awarded to Dr. Neal DeRoo by the Government of Canada. The Canada Research Chairs Program ensures that outstanding…

King’s launches new continuing education courses

King’s launches new continuing education courses

Posted on: Oct 27, 2017

There will be a new way to pursue learning at The King’s University next year. Starting in January 2018, King’s will offer over 25 diverse continuing education courses.The courses are a mélange of…

King's and ICS to begin affiliation discussion

King's and ICS to begin affiliation discussion

Posted on: Oct 16, 2017

For years, there has been talk about affiliating two Canadian institutions in the Reformed tradition: The Institute for Christian Studies (ICS) and The King's University. King's and ICS signed a Memorandum…

King's Harvest Banquet blesses students & community

King's Harvest Banquet blesses students & community

Posted on: Oct 05, 2017

Almost a week has passed since The King's Harvest Banquet, and we wanted to say a heartfelt thank you for those who attended!Donors helped raise over $26,000 to support student scholarships and bursaries.…

King’s sees record-breaking enrolment

King’s sees record-breaking enrolment

Posted on: Oct 05, 2017

The King’s University set another record for enrolment this fall, with a 3.5% increase from last year.The latest enrolment numbers show King’s total student body consists of 820 students.“Our students…

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

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

Posted on: Sep 15, 2017

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

Record number of King's student-athletes recognized as National Scholars

Record number of King's student-athletes recognized as National Scholars

Posted on: Sep 13, 2017

The Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association (CCAA) announced its National Scholar Award recipients for the 2016-17 season, and 27 students from The King’s University are on the list. This is the highest…

Eagles Announce New Coaches for 2017–18 Athletic Season

Eagles Announce New Coaches for 2017–18 Athletic Season

Posted on: Sep 11, 2017

The King’s University is pleased to announce two new head coaches and a new staff member in the Athletics Department.Todd Van Driel and Mark Sandle are new head coaches for the 2017-18 season. Van Driel…

Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation Funds New Athletics Awards

Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation Funds New Athletics Awards

Posted on: Sep 08, 2017

The King’s University’s Eagles Athletics program has three new scholarships, thanks to The Edmonton Oilers Community Foundation (EOCF). The Oilers Foundation focuses on programs that support education,…

What's New at King's?

What's New at King's?

Posted on: Sep 06, 2017

Are you curious about new faces around campus and what's changed over the summer? Take a look at what's new this year at King's!Campus upgrades Green Wall You may have noticed our walls are a little…

Upcoming IS Conference Examines the Role of the Church in Society

Upcoming IS Conference Examines the Role of the Church in Society

Posted on: Sep 01, 2017

 It might seem surprising for a Christian university to pose the question, “Does the church matter?” but that’s the topic up for discussion at The King’s University’s public Interdisciplinary…

Farming with Faith

Farming with Faith

Posted on: Aug 29, 2017

Academic research, protecting biodiversity, and a chance to travel to Africa proved the perfect blend of unmissable opportunities for two King’s students this summer.Kendra Hutchison and Erin Greidanus,…

Sabbatical - an Art Exhibition

Sabbatical - an Art Exhibition

Posted on: Aug 29, 2017

On August 31, The King’s University is showcasing the artwork of Daniel vanHeyst, professor of drama and visual art, with an art exhibition titled “Sabbatical.” Explore his newest collection during…

Eagles volleyball player Brendan Vanderlinde competes in Canada Games

Eagles volleyball player Brendan Vanderlinde competes in Canada Games

Posted on: Aug 02, 2017

The King’s University Eagles volleyball player and student-athlete Brendan Vanderlinde is playing for Team Alberta at the 2017 Canada Games this week. Vanderlinde is competing in the U20 beach volleyball…

New four-year sociology degree, announced

New four-year sociology degree, announced

Posted on: Jul 21, 2017

A new bachelor of arts degree in sociology at The King’s University was approved by Deputy Minister of Advanced Education Rod Skura, effective July 1, 2017. This will allow King's to offer a new four-year…