Dr. Gregory Bassham, professor of philosophy at King’s College, recently published an article titled "How Not to Argue for Originalism: A Review of McGinnis and Rappaport's ‘Originalism’ and the ‘Good Constitution’” in the “Journal of College and University Law.”
Robert J. Ciaruffoli, a 1975 graduate of King’s College and a retired member of the Office of the CEO at Baker Tilley Virchow Krause LLC, one of the nation’s largest accounting and advisory firms, will provide the address at King’s 67th Annual Commencement exercises to be held at 2 p.m. Sunday, May 22, at Mohegan Sun Arena. Approximately 500 students will receive either a bachelor’s or master’s degree at the ceremony. In addition to addressing the graduates, Ciaruffoli will receive an honorary doctor of humanities degree from King’s.
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.
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.
The King’s College Theatre Department will present Mary Zimmerman's dark fairy tale "The Secret in the Wings" on April 14-16 and 21-23 at 7:30 p.m. and April 23 at 2 p.m. in the George P. Maffei II Theatre.
King’s College has signed a 10-year contract with Chartwells Higher Education Dining Services effective July 1.
Philosopher Dr. Alexander Guerrero of the University of Pennsylvania will deliver a free public lecture titled, “Should we Choose Our Politicians by Lottery, Rather than Election?” as the keynote speaker for the annual Eastern Pennsylvania Philosophy Association (EPPA) meeting at 1 p.m. on Saturday, April 9, in the Sheehy-Farmer Campus Center at King’s College.
King’s College is offering an opportunity for struggling elementary school learners to interact in small group and one-on-one literacy interventions during a Reading Clinic to be held the week of June 20-24.