Tessa (Carter) Carman (’13) completed her MFA in Creative Writing (Poetry) at Seattle Pacific University, Tiffany Klinger (’14) graduated from Fordham University School of Law, and Katherine Thompson (’17) was promoted in the office of U.S. Senator Mike Lee.
Let this academic year be one in which we purpose ourselves to see God’s goodness amid the struggle.
The new statement supports the freedom of all members of the College community “to discuss any problem that presents itself” and is modeled on the University of Chicago’s 2015 Report of the Committee on Freedom of Expression.
Christine (Trexler) Anderson was presented a lifetime achievement award from the Handbell Musicians of America, and Jonathon Seidl (’09) submitted the manuscript for his book on faith and anxiety to be published by Kregel Publications in Fall 2021.
During two weeks of July, 27 high school students participated in Summer Academy Online, earning one college credit for a week spent studying finance or journalism with King’s professors.
Over the month of July, 63 current and incoming King’s students completed the free Digital Marketing Bootcamp offered by Prof. Alex Andreyev, a King’s alumnus and VP of Advisory Services at Matterkind.
Dr. Welch’s expertise in economics ranges from the NYC finance world to global endeavors such as the Brazilian-American Chamber of Commerce. He will teach two courses in economics this fall: Money & Banking and Economic Policy.
A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
Carl Swansen (’64) shares an original poem, Alice (Lesterhuis) Vander Plaat (’75) accepted a music director position, and two young alumni couples recently welcomed baby girls.
This month, The King’s College in New York City will host two week-long summer sessions for high school students to earn college credit studying with finance and journalism faculty and industry leaders.