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King's KCVS students create climate learning materials for CLEAN

King's KCVS students create climate learning materials for CLEAN

Posted on: Apr 12, 2017

Students working with the King's Centre for Visualization of Science (KCVS) have created educational materials related to climate change, and in February, a comprehensive set of interactive materials…

Former director of Basketball Alberta to lead women's program at King's

Former director of Basketball Alberta to lead women's program at King's

Posted on: Apr 12, 2017

The King’s University is pleased to announce Brian Anstice as the new Head Coach of the Women’s Basketball team for the 2017-18 season. Brian is passionate about the game of basketball and comes to…

King's recognized for leadership in inclusion of individuals with developmental disabilities

King's recognized for leadership in inclusion of individuals with developmental disabilities

Posted on: Apr 10, 2017

The King's University has been named the recipient of the Inclusion Alberta Leadership award. The award is the most prestigious award presented by Inclusion Alberta, a nonprofit federation that advocates…

Futsal comes to King's

Futsal comes to King's

Posted on: Mar 31, 2017

King's recently completed its first year of competition in futsal in the Alberta Colleges Athletic Conference (ACAC), which offered a new opportunity for Eagles student-athletes to compete almost year-round.…

Practicing Neighbourliness

Practicing Neighbourliness

Posted on: Mar 31, 2017

Students who come to the King’s University intending to prepare for life by attending classes may be surprised to discover that simply living on campus offers an education of its own. An education in…

Share your knowledge & skills at King's

Share your knowledge & skills at King's

Posted on: Mar 28, 2017

Do you have knowledge or skills in a great subject area and want to earn a little extra money? Previous or current teaching or workshop leading experience helpful, but not necessary. The King’s University…

King’s students participate in Edmonton City Hall racism awareness event

King’s students participate in Edmonton City Hall racism awareness event

Posted on: Mar 21, 2017

Students from The King’s University sociology department participated in a noon event at Edmonton City Hall on Tuesday, March 21, 2017, to commemorate the International Day for the Elimination of Racial…

King’s professor Dr. Harry Spaling honoured by geographic society

King’s professor Dr. Harry Spaling honoured by geographic society

Posted on: Mar 06, 2017

Dr. Harry Spaling, founder of the Environmental Studies Program at The King’s University, received the William C. Wonders Award for Scholarly Distinction from the Western Division of the Canadian Association…

King's set to compete in

King's set to compete in "One Hour, No Power" campus challenge

Posted on: Mar 03, 2017

The King's University invites you to join us in showing your campus pride! Help our campus take back the win for this contest after losing by the smallest amount of margins last year! What: One Hour,…

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 coach of the year

Coach honoured as 2016-17 ACAC men’s volleyball 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).…