The King’s College choir, Cantores Christi Regis, will celebrate the holiday season with free public performances in December.
The King’s College Community recently recognized employees for their service to the College during an annual Patron’s Day Mass held on the Feast of Christ the King, the College’s patron.
Current and past officers of the St. John Neumann Division II of the Ancient Order of Hibernians (AOH) recently presented a donation to King’s College in honor of John McKeown, a member of the division and long-time College administrator.
Forty-eight King’s College students recently attended the annual Career Day sponsored by King’s Washington, D.C., Area Alumni Club (KWAC) in the nation’s capital.
Through a generous six-figure gift, InterMetro Industries is supporting the transformation of the former Ramada Inn to King’s on the Square, a state-of-the art center for learning and living on Public Square, by naming the 154-person first- floor lecture hall used by the College’s physician assistant studies majors.
Five sophomore accounting majors have become the first team from King's College chosen to advance to the national finals round of the 2015 Challenge case competition sponsored by the global assurance, tax and consulting services company PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC). In true David vs. Goliath fashion, the group is also the first primarily undergraduate college-based team in the 13-year history of the tax competition to reach the finals; all other finalists have been graduate and university-based teams.
Nine King’s students were recently inducted into the Tau Pi Chapter of Kappa Delta Pi, an international honor society for education.
Kayla Feairheller, fifth from left, was recently chosen as the first recipient of a scholarship established at King’s College in honor of Dr. Anthony Berard, Jr., fourth from left, a former mathematics faculty member who served the College for 40 years.
Student members of the King's College Sports Medicine Society, along with members of the department's faculty, recently took part in the 14th annual “Trick-or-Canning” food drive.
Dr. Dan Clasby, assistant professor of history, recently completed a six-week fellowship at the Schusterman Center for Israel Studies sponsored by Brandeis University in Massachusetts. The fellowship included more than two weeks of activities in Israel.