The King’s College congratulates the accomplishments of four faculty members who received promotions this month: Dr. Joshua Blander, Dr. Steele Brand, Dr. Dami Kabiawu, and Prof. Paul Glader.
An informal alumni gathering in Sandy Cove, Md.; Phil Hopkins (’95) completes a book chapter on Armenians in Turkey; Trevor Baier (’14) admitted to the Harvard Business Analytics Program; Anastassia Gliadkovskaya (’18) becomes staff writer at Fierce Healthcare.
A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
Kiera Williams (MCA ’22) is interning at Code and Theory, Juliette Kheyfets (Finance ’22) is interning at Dow Jones, and Montgomery Drumm (Finance ’22) was awarded the Chartered Financial Analyst Society New York Heloise Ham Scholarship.
‘Biblical Philosophy: A Hebraic Approach to the Old and New Testaments’ (Cambridge University, April 2021) challenges a common assumption that the Bible must be excluded from the philosophical tradition.
Dr. Benjamin White, assistant professor of biblical studies, is pursuing research for a book on the earliest Christians at Princeton Theological Seminary in Princeton, N.J.
Jonathon Seidl’s (’09) book ‘Finding Rest’ is now available for pre-order; longtime chemistry professor at The King’s College, Dr. Carl Gustafson, passed away on May 29.
‘No One Owns Me’ is a two-person play about the sex trafficking industry in Houston. The play was produced as a staged reading at the Virtual Metzler New Works Festival this June.
The King’s College hosted its 73rd Annual Commencement Exercises honoring the 116 graduates in the Class of 2021 on May 7 and 8 at St. George’s Episcopal Church in New York City.
This summer, The King’s College is piloting a non-credit certificate program in Christian Social Thought to help pastors and church leaders approach worldview formation, politics, philosophy, and economics from the Christian tradition.