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Online open house University of King's College School of Journalism 2015

School of Journalism

Online open house January 21 at 6:30 EST

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Study in Florence, Italy

Early Modern Art, Literature and Politics with Dr. Jannette Vusich

Royal Society of Canada recognises Dr. Roberta Barker

Royal Society of Canada

recognises Dr. Roberta Barker








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Thomas Watson, an athlete and a scholar
A Blue Devil’s basketball player surpassed the 1000 point plateau and led his team to two crucial victories over University of New Brunswick and St.
Dr. Jannette Vusich, Faculty, Early Modern Studies
The Early Modern Studies Programme is pleased to announce a new way to study the Renaissance at King’s in May 2015. Early Modern Art, Literature and
Students in the University of King’s College Master of Journalism New Ventures program were major prize-winners this past weekend at “Startup
Did you graduate with a Bachelor’s degree in 2012? If so, you may receive an email invitation or phone call to participate in a Maritime-wide survey
The Royal Society of Canada has named Dr. Roberta Barker one of the inaugural members of the College of New Scholars, Artists and Scientists. She is one of 91
Stephen Kimber wins Evelyn Richardson Non-Fiction Award
Congratulations to King's professor Stephen Kimber, winner of the Evelyn Richardson Non-Fiction Award for What Lies Across the Water: The Real Story of




If you enjoy writing and talking to people and you're really curious about the world around you, then the journalism program may be the right fit for you.”

—Shannon Hines, BJH '05