• Sep 18, 2017

    Sociology professor weighs in on job growth in London

    Dr. Don Kerr discusses poverty and growth in the London area.

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  • Sep 11, 2017

    Sociology professor comments on unemployment in London

    Dr. Don Kerr discusses London's current unemployment rate. 

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  • Jun 26, 2017

    Dr. Don Kerr discusses London's population growth in London Free Press

    Sociology professor Dr. Kerr discusses the projections for London's population.
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  • Jun 26, 2017

    Dr. Don Kerr discusses the newcomer effect on national income data in Globe and Mail special report

    Sociology professor Dr. Don Kerr discusses how many parts of Canada’s income-mobility map are shaped by immigration.

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  • May 23, 2017

    King's graduate receives volunteer award

    Criminology graduate Justin Tiseo receives the Ontario Medal for Young Volunteers Award for 2017.
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  • May 4, 2017

    Dr. Kerr discusses London's younger population

    Sociology professor Dr. Don Kerr discusses the national population averages from the 2016 census.
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  • Apr 28, 2017

    King's faculty research into precarious employment

    Dr. Joe Michalski’s survey results on employment in London.

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  • Apr 12, 2017

    Dr. Don Kerr receives the Hugh Mellon Excellence in Research Award

    Congratulations to Sociology professor Dr. Don Kerr, this year's recipient of the Hugh Mellon Excellence in Research Award.
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  • Feb 8, 2017

    Professor Kerr comments on population growth

    Demographer and Sociology professor Don Kerr discusses population growth for London and area with the London Free Press.
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  • Feb 8, 2017

    Student Council VP elected as president

    Violette Hammad takes the throne as KUCSC president starting May 1st.

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  • Jan 12, 2017

    King's faculty research links rise in provincial disability support needs with mental illness

    Research by Dr. Don Kerr and Dr. Tracy Smith Carrier over the past 18 months for the London Poverty Research Centre at King’s looks at boomers, aging, mental health and the rise in disability support.

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  • Dec 23, 2016

    King's researchers in sociology and social work report rapid growth rate of people on social assistance in the wider London area

    Sociology professor Dr. Don Kerr and the School of Social Work professor Dr. Tracy Smith-Carrier conducted research on social assistance in the London area.
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  • Dec 23, 2016

    King's faculty release poverty research

    Dr. Don Kerr, professor of Sociology, and Dr. Tracy Smith-Carrier, professor of Social Work, report rising rates of people on social assistance in the London area.
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  • Dec 5, 2016

    King's professor discusses immigration statistics with London Free Press

    Dr. Don Kerr analyses immigration patterns as part of his sociological research at King’s.

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  • Nov 28, 2016

    Reflections by Dr. Joe Michalski on our confirmation biases in Psychology Today

    The dynamics associated with people’s intellectual blinders and, more formally, the study of “selection bias,” “confirmation bias,” and the social construction of “truth” in this blog by King’s Acting Associate Academic Dean.

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  • Nov 10, 2016

    Learn more about Aboudi Lahib – a.k.a. Kapre

    King’s student mixes music and sociology/criminology to his own beat.
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  • Oct 3, 2016

    King's professors reveal research on poverty in London

    King’s researchers, Dr. Don Kerr and Dr. Tracy Smith-Carrier bring together their work in Sociology and Social Work for the Poverty Research Centre at King’s.
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  • Jul 26, 2016

    Opportunity for experiential learning trip to the Dominican Republic

    SJPS 3210G or Soc 3398G - Globalization and Citizenship in the Dominican Republic includes an eight-day immersion to the Dominican Republic. 

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  • Jul 8, 2016

    Age isn't stopping King's Professor's love for teaching

    At the age of 73, Dr. David McGregor continues to teach at King's.
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  • Jun 27, 2016

    King's Professor, Dr. Anisha Datta, teaches doctoral students in India

    Dr. Anisha Datta's workshop,  "An Introduction to Feminist Theories", was held last month in Calcutta, India.
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  • Mar 18, 2016

    King's Student-Athlete Riley Bell wins gold medal at national championships

    King's student, Riley Bell, wins gold medal in Long Jump at the Canadian Interuniveristy Sport (CIS) Championships.
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  • Feb 5, 2016

    King's community celebrates Scholarly Monographs

    King's celebrates its faculty's scholarly monographs of 2014 - 2015. 
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  • Feb 5, 2016

    LFP: Young Londoners struggle to find jobs as more people 55-plus reluctant to leave workplace

    King's Sociology Professor Dr. Don Kerr finds that a higher percentage of people between the ages of 55 and 64 had jobs last year compared with a decade earlier.
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  • 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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  • Feb 6, 2015

    Celebrating King's scholarly monographs and faculty authors

    King's pays tribute to nine faculty authors and their scholarly monographs at the annual celebration of Faculty Book Launch, 2013-14.

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  • Dec 4, 2014

    King's professor receives inaugural criminology award

    Dr. Matthew Yeager, King’s Sociology professor, was recognized by the Division on Critical Criminology of the American Society of Criminology. 

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