KISAA (King's Indigenous Students and Ally Association) invites you to participate in Orange Shirt day to bring awareness and to educate people about Canada's participation in the Indian Residential School System and the impact this system had on Indigenous peoples and their communities.
Join alumna Denyse Gervais Regan '82, for a reading from her latest novel,
The Lucky Thirteenth One. Denyse will also discuss why she began writing at age 50, the importance of writing our personal stories, and provide aspiring authors with writing advice.
Volunteers are needed at the Hospitality Centre to serve, prepare food or play music. Donations of healthy snacks, baked goods (store-bought or home-baked), cheese and fruit are needed. To volunteer or for more information, please contact
Interested applicants can join us at these information sessions. If you are unable to attend any of the available sessions, please attend drop-in hours on Mondays from 1:00 pm to 3:00 pm or contact
Julie Siverns to schedule an appointment.
A talk by King's Professor Andrea Di Giovanni, Religious Studies, will explore the figure of Woman Wisdom. She will illuminate ways in which the New Testament writers draw from the Wisdom tradition, developing models of discipleship and leadership that extend to both male and female followers of Christ.
There are still a few spots remaining for this course! We will explore a range of issues related to international organization and global governance, followed by a trip to Ethiopia for field research. Apply before
The School of Social Work is looking for enthusiastic applicants to act as reception in the main office and to assist in material preparation, projects, research, data entry and social media. Students should not be registered in Social Work courses or plan to apply to Social Work. Deadline to apply is
Friday, October 18. Successful applicants will start ASAP.