Bestselling author, and King’s alumna, Jennifer Robson will be appearing at the Wolf Performance Hall to read from her book, The Gown, On May 16.
An independent study paper on the illicit fentanyl ‘crisis’ has since been published in Theoretical Criminology, a leading journal in the field.
King’s international student Emelie Lefevre shares her experience at King’s via social media.
Dr. Thomas Tieku, Dr. Krista Lysack and Dr. Tracy Smith-Carrier have won research grants from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (SSHRC).
King’s Political Science students off to Ghana as part of their experiential learning course.
King’s History students visited local cemeteries to develop biographies about local First World War soldiers.
King’s presented a cheque of over $25,000 to United Way Elgin Middlesex.