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The King Institute for Regional Economic Studies (KIRES) has released a new study - KIRES Report No. 18, "An Economic and Statistical Analysis of the Retail Sector in the Tri-Cities."
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Holocaust survivor Susan Warsinger will share her story on Monday, Feb. 26 at King University's Memorial Chapel in Bristol, Tenn., and again that evening at First Presbyterian Church.
King University announced today that the Tennessee Board of Nursing has reinstated full approval status to its traditional Bachelor of Science in Nursing program and admissions may resume for the fall 2018 semester.
Amanda Countiss Peace has been named Teacher of the Year for Haynesfield Elementary School and District 5-8 Teacher of the Year for the Bristol TN School District.
King University's Don Michael Hudson and Brad Zockoll from Grace Christian Academy in Knoxville collaborated on an adventure of a lifetime for Grace's high school students.
King University has been recognized for their excellence in online learning by AffordableCollegesOnline.org, a leader in higher education information, resources, and rankings.
King University announced a donation of 156 children's books to the Holston Valley Medical Center Neonatal Intensive Care Unit in honor of Kingsport's 100th anniversary.
The King Institute for Regional Economic Studies has released a new study, KIRES Report No. 19, "Local Labor Markets: Post-Recession Job Outlook and Links to the National Economy."
High school students who want to experience what it's like to be a King University student can do so on Saturday, March 17 as King hosts its Open House event.
King University has been ranked as a Best Bang for the Buck University in the South by Washington Monthly, an independent magazine founded in 1969.
Servant leadership is one of the qualities upon which King University was founded 150 years ago. The students, faculty, and staff of King's Knoxville campus are giving back to the local community.
Following a nationwide search, King University has named Brent E. Davison Vice President for Advancement. Davison assumed his new role in January.
King University alumni along with faculty, staff, current students, and the community are invited to gather as the men's volleyball team compete against Belmont Abbey College.
King University is ranked among 75 colleges with the least student debt per borrower in the Southeast by LendEDU.