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Ethics scholar Dr. Richard Miller to address U.S.-China power conflict during lecture at King’s

March 4, 2013 – Ethics scholar Dr. Richard Miller will discuss “After the American Century: The Moral Challenge of China’s Rise,” at 7 p.m., Monday, March 18, at King’s College in the Walsh Room, Sheehy-Farmer Campus Center, located between North Franklin and North Main streets.

King’s Radio Station and Staff Members Nominated for National Awards

WRKC 88.5 FM, the King’s College radio station, is a finalist for 11 awards from the Intercollegiate Broadcasting System (IBS), including Best College/University Station of enrollment under 10,000 students. The awards will be handed out at the 73rd annual IBS Conference at the Hotel Pennsylvania in New York City in March.

King’s College to Offer PDE Endorsed Program in Autism as Part of Graduate Programs in Education

King’s College has introduced a four-course program in Autism Spectrum Disorder that has been endorsed by the Pennsylvania Department of Education (PDE).  The courses will be offered in an accelerated weekend format and the cost per credit will be discounted through the King’s Scholarship Incentive Program.

King’s Physician Assistant Studies Program Host Interprofessional Education Day for Sophomore Students

The King’s College Physician Assistant Studies department recently hosted an Interprofessional Education Day for sophomore students enrolled in a new course that will result in summer internships for the students with Geisinger Health System.

Kingston Resident Receives National Award from Holy Cross Congregation

Elaine Zavada, a Kingston resident who retired from King’s College in June after 55 years of service to King’s College. was among nine people selected to receive the Spirit of Holy Cross Award, an annual recognition by the United States Province of Priests and Brothers of the critical importance lay people play in living out the vision and mission of Holy Cross founder Blessed Basil Moreau, C.S.C., to make God known, loved and served in education, parish and mission settings.

Local photographer hosts first solo gallery showing in King’s Widmann Gallery

Lawrence Lang of Shickshinny will display a variety of landscape and macro photographs in an exhibition titled, “A Closer Look,” in King’s College Widmann Gallery from Monday, Feb. 25, through Friday, April 5.

The King’s exhibit will be Lang’s first solo gallery showing. A Northwest Area High School graduate, Lang earned an associate’s degree in broadcast communications and is currently completing the photography certificate program at Luzerne County Community College.

58 King’s students participating in spring internship program

King’s College Office Career Planning recently held an orientation session for students who registered for spring internships.

Fifty-eight junior, senior, and graduate level King’s College students registered for spring semester internships at 45 sponsoring organizations.

King’s College Theatre Department to debut Patrick Barlow’s ‘The 39 Steps’

The King’s College Theatre Department will host the regional premiere of Patrick Barlow’s comedy “The 39 Steps” at 7:30 p.m. on Feb. 14-16, 21-23 and at 2 p.m. Sunday, Feb. 17, in the George P. Maffei II Theater.

King’s sophomore awarded Monsignor McGowan Cornerstone Scholarship

King’s College sophomore Wilton “Diego” Curiel of Wilkes-Barre recently received a 2012 Monsignor McGowan Cornerstone Scholarship. The $2,000 scholarship is awarded to students committed to serving the local community and who demonstrate strong academic ability, leadership experience, and high ethical character.

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