KCLA is a self-governing association of former students and staff who value their link with King’s. Founded in 1920, we work closely with the Alumni Office to help achieve King’s vision to make the world a better place by engaging alumni and encouraging them to give back by supporting its strategic goals.
We achieve our mission by:
- providing opportunities for alumni to meet and reconnect with King’s;
- facilitating the development of subject and professional societies, and sports clubs;
engaging members by communicating clearly and relevantly with them.
KCLA Centenary Conversations: Illuminating Covid-19
The recordings of these Conversations, during which two members of King’s academic staff introduced the topic followed by 20 minutes of questions and discussion, can be accessed on the KCLA YouTube Channel.
The subjects are:
Conversation 1: Understanding and Treating Covid-19
Conversation 2: The national governance of a global pandemic
Conversation 3: Ethical dilemmas in treating and managing Covid-19
Conversation 4 The impact of Covid-19 on mental health
Conversation 5: Rebuilding our economy and society
Conversation 6: The impact of Covid-19 on developing countries
KCLA Annual Address 2020
A recording of Professor Sir Ed Byrne’s Address entitled ‘King’s today and tomorrow: what a great university must contribute to the wider world’ is also available on the KCLA YouTube Channel.
Enquiries and offers to help with the work of KCLA
Please contact the Chair of KCLA, Barrie Morgan at firstname.lastname@example.org.