January 29, 2014 Facebook Twitter LinkedIn

(from left: Dr. Mark Yenson, Dr. Patrick Ryan, Dr. Ruth Compton Brouwer, Rev. John Comiskey, Dr. Jacquetta Newman, Dr. Graham Broad, Dr. Julius-Kei Kato, Dr. Thomas Tieku, Dr. Benjamin Muller, and Dr. Dorothy Nielsen)

Faculty scholarship is alive and well at King’s University College. A celebration of King’s and St. Peter’s Seminary scholarly monographs was held on Friday, January 24th with a wine and cheese reception in Labatt Hall. Representatives from King’s, St. Peter’s Seminary, Western University, and the London community came together to recognize 2012-13 published books by 15 faculty members. The scholarly monographs cover various topics and represent the departments of History, Interdisciplinary Programs, Modern Languages, Political Science, Philosophy and Religious Studies, and Psychology.

“The accomplishment of these scholars is integral to our established and growing reputation as a first-class academic institution,” says Dr. David Sylvester, Principal at King’s. “I congratulate them for their distinguished achievement and thank them for bringing honour to our respective institutions.”

Click here for the list of scholarly monographs.