• Mustangs win CCSA National Championship Oct 12, 2017

    Mustangs win CCSA National Championship

    Western Mustangs Softball team was crowned national champions after defeating the University of Saskatchewan Huskies 5-4 on Sunday, October, 8, 2017.

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  • King's Hour: The Trouble with Trump Oct 2, 2017

    King's Hour: The Trouble with Trump

    The first King’s Hour of the academic year held Wednesday, September 27, 2017 consisted of a 30-minute expert panel discussion, followed by Q&A, on the Donald Trump presidency in the United States.

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  • Foundation Students take architectural tour of London Sep 20, 2017

    Foundation Students take architectural tour of London

    King’s students enrolled in Foundations in the Western Thought and Civilization program participated in an extracurricular architectural tour of downtown London.

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  • King's celebrates 2017 Alumni Awards winners Jul 13, 2017

    King's celebrates 2017 Alumni Awards winners

    King’s University College is proud to welcome home two outstanding alumni, Edward Struzik ‘77 and Nicole Turner ’16, both recipients of the 2017 Alumni Awards.
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  • King's Alumni take historical sites tour Jun 29, 2017

    King's Alumni take historical sites tour

    King’s Alumni Association recently organized a historic, Niagara-on-the-Lake tour.
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  • History professor featured on Curious Public podcast Jun 22, 2017

    History professor featured on Curious Public podcast

    Dr. Stephanie Bangarth was featured on this podcast for Curious Public, Seeing the Present in the Past: Immigration in North America on June 5th at the London Public Library.
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  • History professor discusses Canada's relationship with refugees Jun 12, 2017

    History professor discusses Canada's relationship with refugees

    History professor Stephanie Bangarth discusses Canada's role as global citizens in the refugee crisis.
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  • Dr. Graham Broad discusses recently published book Apr 13, 2017

    Dr. Graham Broad discusses recently published book

    History professor Dr. Graham Broad discusses his book, One in a Thousand: The Life and Death of Captain Eddie McKay, Royal Flying Corps with Western News.
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  • Celebrating Research Excellence and Creativity in our History students Apr 5, 2017

    Celebrating Research Excellence and Creativity in our History students

    King’s history students studying Cold War America showcased their projects in the Vitali Lounge.
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  • New History and the Law Mentorship Opportunity Apr 4, 2017

    New History and the Law Mentorship Opportunity

    Applications now open for history students who want a workplace experience at Lerners Law.
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  • Canadian War Museum Historian Tim Cook releases new Vimy100 book with guest lecture at King's Mar 23, 2017

    Canadian War Museum Historian Tim Cook releases new Vimy100 book with guest lecture at King's

    King's welcomes preeminent historian Tim Cook of the Canadian War Museum in campus. 
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  • Dr. Ventresca appointed to serve on Ethics, Religion and Holocaust Committee Feb 28, 2017

    Dr. Ventresca appointed to serve on Ethics, Religion and Holocaust Committee

    Dr. Robert Ventresca has been appointed to serve a two-year term on the Ethics, Religion and the Holocaust Committee for the US Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C.
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  • King's Associate Professor presents at uOttawa on Canadian Refugee Policy Jan 19, 2017

    King's Associate Professor presents at uOttawa on Canadian Refugee Policy

    Dr. Stephanie Bangarth speaks at the University of Ottawa on Refugee History.
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  • Best-selling author, Jennifer Robson, credits King's Sep 20, 2016

    Best-selling author, Jennifer Robson, credits King's

    Jennifer Robson, author of Somewhere in France, After the War is Over, and Moonlight Over Paris credits King’s History professor Paul Webb and English professor Lorraine DiCicco for guiding her on the path to being a best-seller author.

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  • Dr. Robert Ventresca panelist at US Holocaust Memorial Museum Tribute Dinner May 5, 2016

    Dr. Robert Ventresca panelist at US Holocaust Memorial Museum Tribute Dinner

    King’s was well represented by Dr. Robert Ventresca, professor of history, at the prestigious event in Washington, D.C.

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  • Foundations students present research papers in first year Mar 1, 2016

    Foundations students present research papers in first year

    King's Foundations in Western Thought and Civilization program brings together three popular first year courses for students interested in studying a range of disciplines. 
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  • King's History professor Dr. Stephanie Bangarth writes about Remembrance Day for activehistory.ca Dec 9, 2015

    King's History professor Dr. Stephanie Bangarth writes about Remembrance Day for activehistory.ca

    King’s History professor Dr. Stephanie Bangarth writes article for activehistory.ca, “If ye break faith – we shall not sleep?”

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  • King's University College history Prof. Graham Broad writes about a WWI fighter pilot from London Dec 7, 2015

    King's University College history Prof. Graham Broad writes about a WWI fighter pilot from London

    King’s University College history Prof. Graham Broad is writing about Eddie McKay, a Londoner who was a fighter pilot in the First World War.
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  • Papal Historian Dr. Ventresca invited to speak at St. Mark's College Nov 5, 2015

    Papal Historian Dr. Ventresca invited to speak at St. Mark's College

    History Professor, Dr. Robert Ventresca discusses Pope Pius XII’s relationship with Judaism before, during and after World War II. 
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  • King's History Professor named to CP Stacey Award short list Jun 12, 2015

    King's History Professor named to CP Stacey Award short list

    King's History professor Dr. Graham Broad receives prestigious recognition as his most recent publication is named to the short list for the CP Stacey Award.

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  • King's recognizes faculty with annual Award of Excellence in Teaching and names Emeritus professors at Convocation Jun 9, 2015

    King's recognizes faculty with annual Award of Excellence in Teaching and names Emeritus professors at Convocation

    King's announces the 2015 recipient of the Award of Excellence in Teaching, and names Emeritus professors.
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  • From the depths: King's Alumna works to unearth centuries old set of carvings by Canadian Soldiers May 14, 2015

    From the depths: King's Alumna works to unearth centuries old set of carvings by Canadian Soldiers

    King's alumna, and Western History MA Katrina Pasierbek, works to unearth the identities and personal histories of Canadian Soldiers stationed near Vimy Ridge through carvings they left behind. 
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  • King's graduating students receive SSHRC and OGS awards Apr 8, 2015

    King's graduating students receive SSHRC and OGS awards

    King’s celebrates the academic accomplishments of ten graduating students who have been honoured the SSHRC award, OGS awards.

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  • King's Professor Robert Ventresca awarded Koenig Prize for Soldier of Christ: The Life of Pope Pius XII Nov 6, 2014

    King's Professor Robert Ventresca awarded Koenig Prize for Soldier of Christ: The Life of Pope Pius XII

    King's is pleased to announce that Dr. Robert Ventresca has been awarded The Harry C. Koenig prize by the American Catholic Historical Association.

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  • King's Professor Robert Ventresca named Member of The Royal Society of Canada College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists Sep 16, 2014

    King's Professor Robert Ventresca named Member of The Royal Society of Canada College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists

    Dr. Ventresca is an Associate Professor in the Department of History at King’s.

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  • History professor Dr. Alison Meek receives King's Teaching Award Jul 8, 2014

    History professor Dr. Alison Meek receives King's Teaching Award

    Dr. Meek was selected as this year's recipient of the King's University College Award of Excellence in Teaching by Full-Time Faculty.

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