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July 23, 2015
King's Professor works with Pro Bono Students Canada on an inventive study on Family Law litigants
King's Professor works with Pro Bono Students Canada on an inventive study on Family Law litigants

King's Professor Dr. Rachel Birnbaum and associate Dr. Bala of Queen's University will conduct inventive research into the Ontarios courts system to better understand the experience of family law litigants.  

July 23, 2015
King's heads to Brazil for 2015 Catholic Studies Department National Education Conference
King's heads to Brazil for 2015 Catholic Studies Department National Education Conference

King's representative Larry Langan, Catholic Studies for Teachers (CST) Professor and Coordinator of Service Learning for CST, attended the 2015 Catholic Studies Department National Education Conference in Brazil. 

July 16, 2015
King's Political Science Professor and team awarded SSHRC Insight Development Grant
King's Political Science Professor and team awarded SSHRC Insight Development Grant

Dr. Andrea Lawlor, and her colleague, Erin Crandall of Acadia University on being awarded a SSHRC Insight Development Grant valued at $60,087 for their project, entitled "Third Party Election Spending: Weak Policy, Weakened Engagement”.

July 16, 2015
King's School of Social Work Professors awarded SSHRC Insight Development Grant
King's School of Social Work Professors awarded SSHRC Insight Development Grant

King’s School of Social Work professors Dr. Siu Ming Kwok and Dr. Dora Tom have been awarded a SSHRC Insight Development Grant  for the project titled “Identifying promising practices for Chinese youth in conflict with the law in Canada.”

July 14, 2015
King’s welcomes high school students from Brazil for summer experience
King’s welcomes high school students from Brazil for summer experience

King's welcomes a group of 29 Brazilian secondary school students for the 2nd annual Canadian Summer Experience program. 

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July 24, 2015
XFM: Social Work professor Rick Csiernik talks Internet compulsive behavior and mental health
XFM: Social Work professor Rick Csiernik talks Internet compulsive behavior and mental health

Professor Rick Csiernik discusses the impact internet usage, particularly on the part of social media, has on mental health

July 21, 2015
PBSC once again partnering with leading academics on innovative family justice study!
PBSC once again partnering with leading academics on innovative family justice study!

King's Professor Dr. Rachel Birnbaum, and partner from Queen's University will work with PBSC to conduct an innovative study surveying both represented and self-represented family law litigants to better understand their experiences in the courts.

July 14, 2015
CBC: Canadian Summer Experience
CBC: Canadian Summer Experience

A group of students have arrived in London from Brazil this morning to get a summer experience like no other.

July 14, 2015
The Sarnia Journal: Mental Health: New project eases stressful move from high school to college
The Sarnia Journal: Mental Health: New project eases stressful move from high school to college

The new, peer-to-peer mental health support program, “From Tension to Triumph,” is a partnership between Lambton College and Kings Univeristy College  aimed at reducing the stigma associated with mental health issues on campus, and providing essential coping tools for the transition.

June 30, 2015
Lambton College partners with King’s University College to help youth tackle transition to post-secondary
Lambton College partners with King’s University College to help youth tackle transition to post-secondary

A new Mental Health program designed to help ease the transition from high school to college or university is being piloted at Lambton College as part of a collaboration with King’s University College in London.

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