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Much like the students’ calendar, the King’s alumni datebook is packed with annual events, camaraderie and a desire to support a college we all remember and love.
Let's celebrate King's alumni success whether in their careers, their communities, their volunteer work - and those who have gone above and beyond. Check out the various awards. Nominations close February 28, 2024.
Mar. 6 - Professor Wilson's lecture is called, "Re-Translating Homer: Why it Matters.” Prof. Wilson, the first woman to publish an English translation of Homer’s Odyssey in 2018 to huge acclaim, and who recently released her translation of The Iliad, will also be available for a book signing before the event.
Mar. 7 - The rise of AI represents a new era of possibilities and career paths. Its impact is being felt by King’s alumni working in law, medicine, journalism and more. Skills like critical thinking, compassion and connecting the dots have never been more important. Join us for this virtual panel discussion and connect with interesting King’s alumni along the way.
Deadline Mar. 8 - The Fellowships in Public Humanities are an opportunity for alumni to give back to the next generation by offering formative work experiences to students through a model that is cost-neutral to the employer.
Mar. 11 - Join us for the inaugural lecture of the new Humanities Today Lecture Series hosted by the Halifax Humanities Society. Dr. Roosevelt Montás of Columbia University will present the his lecture “Human, Humanity, Humanities: Reflections On Our Condition.”
Mar. 12 - Writer/historian Alison Li will speak on “Harry Benjamin, hormones, and the early history of transgender healthcare.” Li writes about hormones and the culture in which they are shaped, and her book tells the story of Dr. Benjamin, best known for his pioneering work in transgender medicine.
Mar. 21 - Karen Pinchin, science journalist and mentor in the MFA for Creative Nonfiction, joins us for the March MFA Book Club to talk about her book about "tuna, obsession and the future of our seas."
Join the virtual alumni series that brings together cohorts from the same decade to rekindle old friendships and forge new connections as alumni reminisce about the past and celebrate the present.
Hosted by the University of King’s College alumni association and moderated by King’s journalism professors, this one-hour conversation brings together influential journalism and news media personalities from across Canada.
a webinar with Alumni Affinity Partners TD Meloche Insurance
Since 1846, alumni and fellow members of the King’s community have come together to share a delicious meal and celebrate alumni achievement. In 2019, we launched a new tradition: a full day of events celebrating our alumni.
On 27-29 June 2014, over 500 guests, including three former presidents, past and present faculty, alumni from the 1940s to the present, and current students gathered on the quad to celebrate the anniversary with a weekend of festivities.