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May 2019

A one-day conference that will explore the opioid crisis, mental health treatment, CBD products, and other trends in healthcare will be presented this fall by the King University School of Nursing.

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Young people with an interest in theater are invited to King this summer to learn, laugh, develop artistic skills and grow in faith during Faith in Theatre, a training program that will conclude with the production of a full-length comedy.

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Vickie Stevens, a Family Nurse Practitioner who recently opened a private practice in rural Southwest Virginia, has been recognized as an outstanding graduate of King University’s instructional site in Abingdon, Virginia.

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Registration is continuing for a week-long camp at King University that will allow middle school girls to participate in interactive workshops and career exploration activities in science, technology, engineering, and math.

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April 2019

BRISTOL, Tenn. – Two individuals and one team will be inducted into the 2019 King Athletic Hall of Fame as part of Dogwood Weekend on Saturday, April 13.

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King honored members of the Class of 1969 during its annual Dogwood Weekend celebration on Saturday and recognized alumni from across the decades for their professional accomplishments and distinguished record of Christian faith and service.

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Jewel Bell in April was presented the first-ever King University Honorary Alumni Award. The award recognizes those who, although not King grads, have made significant contributions through their distinguished record of Christian faith and service.

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Dr. Miller Liston '59 was honored this year with the Distinguished Alumnus Award, an honor that recognizes alumni who exemplify King University's values of Christian faith, service, career and scholarship.

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Dr. David Rudd, an infectious disease specialist at the W.G. “Bill” Hefner Veterans Affairs Medical Center in Salisbury, North Carolina, was honored during Dogwood Weekend with the Young Alumni Achievement Award.

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Dr. Craig McDonald, a retired faculty member who enlightened King University students for more than three decades with his knowledge of English grammar and British Literature, will speak during the university’s Spring 2019 Commencement exercises.

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King University is currently recruiting students for its 2019 Choral Arts Camp, a week-long event that will allow young participants to improve their vocal skills, work with other singers, and enjoy an afternoon concert series.

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Family and friends recently gathered at First Presbyterian Church of Bristol and at West Park Baptist Church in Knoxville to honor about 100 King University School of Nursing graduates during traditional pinning ceremonies.

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Dr. Craig McDonald on Saturday returned to King University where he was a beloved member of the campus community for more than three decades to remind members of the Class of 2019 ‘’your life is a miracle.”

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King honored a graduating student and a Bristol couple for their high standards of character, integrity and service by presenting them with the 2019 Algernon Sydney Sullivan Award during Saturday’s spring Commencement ceremony.

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