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King’s Katie Witcher Awarded National Nurse Practitioner Scholarship by Johnson & Johnson and MinuteClinic

King University Nursing student Katie Witcher was one of only 35 recipients to be awarded a $2,500 scholarship through MinuteClinic and Johnson & Johnson.More

King Neuroscience Department Represented at 11th International Conference on Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease

This spring, two King University seniors and one staff member presented three posters at the 11th International Conference on Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s Disease, AD/PD™ 2013.More

King University Partners with Pellissippi State in Blount County

Students at Pellissippi State Community College’s Friendsville location in Blount County, Tenn., now have the opportunity to transfer into King University’s GPS program and complete their bachelor’s degree.More

King to Host GPS Information Sessions at Pellissippi State in Friendsville on July 24

King University will host an information session on Wednesday, July 24 at Pellissippi State Community College’s Blount County campus in Friendsville, Tenn. More

King Nursing Professors Explore Sustainable Partnership Opportunities in Haiti

Two of King’s Nursing professors, Associate Professor Amy Knowles and Lecturer Cecily Strang, recently traveled to Haiti to explore potential sustainable partnership opportunities.More

King University, Northeast State Reverse Transfer Agreement Will Help Students Earn Degrees

King University and Northeast State Community College announced the signing of a reverse transfer agreement between the institutions during a news conference held Thursday.More

King University Announces Fall 2013 Graduate, Professional Studies & Online Degree Offerings

This fall, working adults in East Tennessee and Southwest Virginia will have the opportunity to complete their associate, bachelor’s degree or master’s degree from King University. More

King University to Host Open House at Hardin Valley Location in Knoxville July 17

King University will host an Open House on Wednesday, July 17 at the University’s Knoxville campus located at The Village at Hardin Valley at 10950 Spring Bluff Way, Knoxville, Tenn.More

King Nursing Professors Give Podium Presentation at National Nursing Conference

Dr. Rhonda Morgan and Robin A. Foreman gave a podium presentation at American Association of Colleges of Nursing’s 2013 Hot Issues Conference in St. Louis, Mo.More

King University Department of Teacher Education Receives Review by Tennessee Board of Examiners and Office of Teacher Licensure; Found Compliant

The Tennessee Board of Examiners and Office of Teacher Licensure reviewed the King School of Education’s Teacher Education programs on March 2-6, 2013. All programs reviewed, both undergraduate and graduate, were found to be...More

King’s Nursing and Theatre Students Act the Part through Live Simulation

King's School of Nursing, in collaboration with the Theatre Department, hosted the third Live Simulation event in an effort to better prepare nursing students for professional practice.More

Second Annual BuechnerFest a Success

Nestled in the Blue Ridge Mountains of North Carolina, Montreat Conference Center was the site for the second annual BuechnerFest. Sponsored by the Buechner Institute at King.More

Students Gain Early “Access” to King University June 22

Students planning to start class at King University this fall will have the opportunity to take an early look at campus life during Access King on Saturday, June 22.More

Students Named to King University President's List and Dean's List

King University is pleased to announce students in traditional and professional studies undergraduate programs who received academic honors for the spring 2013 semester.More

Economic Study Reports Both Gains and Declines in Employment for Tennessee’s First Congressional District

The King Institute for Regional Economic Studies has released its eighth report, “Analysis of the Economy of the First Congressional District of Tennessee with Emphasis on the Manufacturing Sector.”More

King University Builds Partnerships with Hospitals, Addresses Growing Nursing Shortage in Virginia

Meeting the staffing needs of local medical facilities is a primary reason King University chose to add a four-year nursing degree to its curriculum in 1999. More

King leads Conference Carolinas Presidential Honor Roll members

Conference Carolinas announced their Spring Presidential Honor Roll on Monday, and King University led the league with 209 members.

Stewardship and Spring Break go Hand in Hand at King

For most students, Spring Break is always a time for adventure. For many King students, this is a time to give back, a time of stewardship.More

King University Builds Partnerships with Hospitals, Addresses Growing Nursing Shortage in Tennessee

Meeting the staffing needs of local medical facilities is a primary reason King University chose to add a four-year nursing degree to its curriculum in 1999.More

King's Partnerships with Regional Community Colleges Provide Opportunities

King University’s partnerships with regional community colleges serve to strengthen the high caliber of nurses with which the University’s School of Nursing is renowned. More

 

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