Michael Langan of Wilkes-Barre has been named the Outstanding Adult Learner at King’s College. He graduated summa cum laude with a bachelor’s degree in history and secondary education in December 2015. 

The Saudi Club at King’s College and the College’s Career Planning Department organized a professional development workshop attended by more than 200 Saudi students from six local colleges and universities.

WHERE: Burke Auditorium, McGowan School of Business

WHEN: Tuesday, April 5, 2016, 7:00 p.m.

Philosopher Dr. Derrick Darby will discuss the persistence of racism in the American education system, including student tracking and school discipline practices, during a free public lecture titled “Old Poison in New Bottles: How Racism Thrives in Integrated Schools and Why This Is a Problem of Justice,” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 5, in the Burke Auditorium at King’s College. A reception with Dr. Darby will follow the lecture.Philosopher Dr. Derrick Darby will discuss the persistence of racism in the American education system, including student tracking and school discipline practices, during a free public lecture titled “Old Poison in New Bottles: How Racism Thrives in Integrated Schools and Why This Is a Problem of Justice,” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 5, in the Burke Auditorium at King’s College. A reception with Dr. Darby will follow the lecture.

Thirteen King’s College students have been accepted by the University of Notre Dame as the first class to participate in the cooperative 3-2 dual degree program in engineering.

King’s College Clinical Professor of Athletic Training Gregory Janik and Athletic Training majors Shanley Harlacker and Nate Romiski created a 30-second public service announcement promoting the profession that was broadcasted during high school championship events in March on Pennsylvania Cable Network.

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