NMU alumna Marilyn King has been promoted to dean of the School of Health and Human Services at Sault College in Ontario. She has been employed at the school for 16 years and is a registered nurse. King holds a master's degree from NMU and has been involved in nursing education since 1997 at a variety of post-secondary institutions. For the last 10 years, she served as chair of the college’s health programs.
According to a Sault College press release, King is actively involved in scholarship through research and continues to lead various presentations at local, provincial and international health conferences. Locally, she is involved in various nursing and health related committees and also served as the president of the Sault Chapter, Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.