Dr. Daniel Clasby, assistant professor of history, and Rev. Anthony Grasso, C.S.C., professor of English, were awarded Innovation in Teaching Grants by The Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching at King’s College.
Clasby will use the funding to design and building a high-impact teaching-learning website with social media and digital storytelling components for the Spain-Morocco 'Geographies of Europe' short-term study abroad program.
A book by Dr. Ray Gamache, assistant professor of journalism in the Mass Communication Department at King’s College, titled “Gareth Jones: Eyewitness to the Holodomor,” is being published by the Welsh Academic Press. The book will be available in the U.S. in August.
Twelve King's College students will study or intern in foreign countries for academic credit during the summer.
John Bubul will participate in a faculty-led program through the University of Iowa, titled “London Performance Study,” which provides students with an intensive introduction to theatre in London, England. He is a senior majoring in theatre.
King’s College Office Career Planning recently held an orientation session for students who registered for summer internships. Thirty-eight junior, senior, and graduate level King’s College students registered for summer semester internships at 38 sponsoring organizations.
Dr. Valerie Kepner of Nanticoke was recently granted tenure and promoted to associate professor of economics by the King’s College Board of Directors.
Kepner earned a bachelor’s degree in management and economics from the University of Minnesota, master’s degree in economics from Iowa State University, and a doctorate in economics from Colorado State University.
Rev. Alfred F. D’Alonzo, C.S.C., has been a Holy Cross Priest for 60 years. From his early days as Prefect of Discipline at Father Baker Victory High School in New York to working with student athletes at the University of Notre Dame, Fr. Al’s life and ministry have given daily testimony to Holy Cross’ mission as “educators in the faith.”
Nicole Lawler of Orefield earned an award for outstanding position paper at the National Model United Nations (NMUN) Conference recently held in New York City. She is a sophomore majoring in psychology, political science, theology, and economics at King’s College.