About Nia

 Eric King, PhD

A. EDUCATION

  • Siena College, Loudonville (near Albany), New York, 1967-1969, Major: Philosophy

  • St. Joseph's University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, (1969-1971),  Major: Political Science (Bachelor of Arts, 1971)

  • Princeton University: Master of Arts in Politics, 1973

  • Certified Intervention Facilitator Nia, d-up, wrote The Landscape of Our Spiritual Warfare Ministering in the Face of HIV/AIDS 

B. EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

  • Spring Semester, 2015, Adjunct Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University

    • Courses Taught: Politics and Religion, African American Politics, the Politics of the Civil Rights Movement

  • Summer Semester, 2015, Adjunct Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University

    • Courses Taught: African American Politics, The Politics of the Civil Rights Movement

  • Spring Semester, 2014, Adjunct Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University

    • Courses Taught:: Black Political Thought, Contemporary Political Theory, Senior Seminar in Political Science

  • Summer Session, 2014, Adjunct Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University

    • Courses Taught: African American Politics, the Politics of the Civil Rights Movement

  • Fall, 2014, Adjunct Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University

    • Courses Taught: African American Politics, the Politics of the Civil Rights Movement, and Politics and Religion

  • Fall, 2013, Adjunct Professor, Virginia Commonwealth University

    • Courses Taught: African American Politics, The Politics of the Civil Rights Movement (same courses taught in the Summer Term, 2013_

  • Fall Semester 2012 to Spring Semester 2013

  • Adjunct Professor at Virginia Commonwealth University and Virginia Union University
    • Teaching Responsibilities

      • American National Government

      • International Relations

      • Introduction to Political Theory

      • Black Political Thought

      • Contemporary Political Theory

C. ASSOCIATIONS

St. Paul’s Baptist Church, Richmond, Virginia

  • Member of AIDS Awareness Ministry (St. Paul’s Baptist Church) 1995 to 2006

  • Servant Leader of the AIDS Awareness Ministry, 2001 to 2004

  • Co-Servant Leader of the AIDS Awareness and Prevention Ministry, 2004-Present

  • BTAN Richmond Petersburg

  • Minister-in-Training and member of the Pastor’s Shepherd Staff