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Dan Kreiss has been appointed the new dean of King University's Peeke School of Christian Mission.
King University is one of the best colleges in the Southeast according to The Princeton Review. King is listed among the "Best in the Southeast" recommended schools.
King University was recently awarded a Tensor Grant for Women and Mathematics by the Mathematical Association of America.
New students will begin arriving at King on Aug. 22 for LAUNCH. The three-day event is designed to help undergraduates meet each other and adapt to life on campus.
A project to completely restore the King University Oval on the school's main campus in Bristol was kicked off during a groundbreaking ceremony on Tuesday, July 28.
The King University Institute for Faith and Culture's 2015-16 lecture series includes 15 speakers and performers inviting us "Into the Spaces of Wonder."
Nicholas Wolterstorff, noted philosopher, writer, and popular lecturer, will kick-off the new King Institute for Faith and Culture 2015-16 lecture series, on Aug. 26, 2015.
Through the years, global citizenship has been a part of the King University community.
King senior Bryant "Brant" Barnes recently submitted his Philosophy research to three major conferences and was accepted by all three.
King University is now offering a select set of collegiate courses for adults ages 60 and over through the new Lifelong Learning Studies program.
Auditions for the fall 2015 King University Theatre productions of "Shakespeare the King" and "Goodnight Desdemona, Good Morning Juliet" will be held on Aug. 26-28
King alumni will continue hiking the Appalachian Trail on Sept. 5. Alumni are invited to enjoy a six-mile hike from Highway 421 in Elizabethton to Watauga Dam.
The William King Museum of Art in Abingdon, Va., will host an exhibit, "Schools of Thought: Paintings & Drawings from the King University Art Collection."
On Sept. 19, King alumni, students, faculty, and staff are invited to gather during the Bristol Rhythm & Roots Reunion at the H.P. King Room in the Foundation Event Facility in downtown Bristol.