A review of how the faculty, staff, and alumni of The King’s College are engaging culture.
This has been a month of celebration for King’s alumni! Cordelia Barber (’45) celebrates her 95th birthday, Meagan Dishman (’14) got married, and Stefan Bulic (’18) was offered a full-time position as an analyst at Blackstone Alternative Asset Management.
Finance students from across the country learn how to integrate their faith and careers through Wall Street internships and coursework at King’s.
Business strategy students win first place in the Capsim Challenge, recording the highest score in the competition’s 12-year history.
Professor in Music Dr. Mark Hijleh launches his second book detailing how musical traditions around the globe have intersected throughout the centuries to form the modern transcultural music scene.
Juliarose Childs (BUS ’19) and Laura Paradis (BUS ’19) create Fe | Negotiations, a coaching and training business to help women and minorities close the wage gap.
A panel of King’s faculty, staff, and alumni from its reopening in the Empire State Building shared memories of God’s provision then and now.
Hundreds gathered to celebrate the 119 students graduating.
The ceremony recognized outstanding graduating students as well as faculty and staff who have made significant contributions to the King’s Community.
Members of the Board of Trustees gathered with College staff and faculty to honor the legacy of Richard and Helen DeVos.