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The University of King’s College, Canada’s oldest chartered university, is a tightly-knit and extraordinarily lively academic community located in Halifax, Nova Scotia. It is known nationally and internationally for its interdisciplinary programmes in the humanities and journalism. More V

Malala Yousafzai (DCL '14)

Champion of the basic right to education

Open House at King's

Open House at King's

Hear and feel what King's is all about on October 24

Joseph Howe Symposium 2014

Join us Saturday, October 25

9 am to 5 pm, Alumni Hall

King's at the Cathedral Series

Join us on November 2, 2014

Dr. Gordon McOuat and Situating Science honoured by SSHRC

Dr. Gordon McOuat honoured

Named one of three finalists for the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada's (SSHRC) Partnership Award

Royal Society of Canada recognises Dr. Roberta Barker

Royal Society of Canada

recognises Dr. Roberta Barker

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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
    King’s has received over $200,000 in Partnership Development funding from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (
Globe and Mail journalist Stephanie Nolen (BJH ’93, DCL ’09) has won the 2014 Ramnath Goenka Excellence in Journalism Award for her reporting from

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The questions are still open for us as we strive to understand these great texts. We need the students' help.”

—Dr. Angus Johnston, Inglis Professor, FYP