leven King’s College students have begun serving in a Student Officer Program initiated by the College’s Safety and Security Office. Participants are visible on campus during the evening hours to provide their fellow students escorts to class, their residence hall, or to their vehicles. Student Officers are also present and provide assistance at college sponsored events.
Thirty students from 10 local high schools and home schools attended the inaugural Entrepreneurship Institute held recently at King’s College. The event was organized by tecBridge and supported by grants from nine local organizations, including the William G. McGowan Charitable Trust and King’s.
The King’s Community recently recognized employees for their service to the College during the annual Patron’s Day Mass held on the Feast of Christ the King, the College’s patron.
Dr. Bernard Prusak, associate professor of philosophy and director of the McGowan Center for Ethics and Social Responsibility at King’s College, published the story "A Right Not to Fight: Making the Case for Selective Conscientious Objection," in the December issue of “Commonweal.”
Sarah Bodner of Dunmore was selected as Chartwells National Chef of the Year. She recently attended a reception for winning Mid-Atlantic Chef of the Year in Baltimore and an awards ceremony for National Chef of the Year in Orlando. She was chosen for creating a healthy dining menu and eco-friendly options among all the chefs who work in the 270 dining locations Chartwells serves at colleges and universities across the country.
Cantores Christi Regis, the King’s College choir, will celebrate the holiday season with three free public performances in December.
Eight King’s College education students were recently inducted into the Tau Pi Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, the international honor society for education.
Forty King’s College students recently attended the annual two-day Career Day hosted by King’s Washington, D.C., Area Alumni Club (KWAC).
A collection of photographs by 29 King’s College students who participated in study abroad programs to Spain, Ireland, Vietnam, Ecuador, Australia, Northern Ireland, and Russia will be on display in the exhibition titled “The World as Our Classroom: Photos from Study Abroad,” held from Monday, Nov. 20, through Friday, Dec. 22, in the Widmann Gallery at King’s College.
The Slovak Heritage Society of NEPA has established the Father Jozef Murgas Scholarship at King’s College which will be awarded annually to a first-year student from an area Catholic, private or public high school.