Ten King’s College juniors have been accepted by the University of Notre Dame as the third class to participate in the cooperative 3-2 dual degree program in engineering between the two Holy Cross Congregation educational institutions. The students have completed their third year of studies at King’s and will attend Notre Dame the next two academic years. Upon successful completion of the program, the students will earn a bachelor’s degree in one of four academic disciplines from King’s and a bachelor’s degree in one of seven engineering disciplines from Notre Dame. Shown are, first row: Dr. Paul Lamore, associate professor of management and director of the King’s engineering program; students Erin Schmidt, aerospace engineering; Connor Murray, chemical engineering; Benjamin Baileys, electrical engineering; Zachery Lescowitch, civil engineering; and William Hearne, chemical engineering. Second row: students Aaron Griffith, civil engineering; Anthony Thomas, mechanical engineering; Michael Havrilla, civil engineering; Noah Dolphin, aerospace engineering; and Ryan Crossin, chemical engineering.