Stories

The influence of Redeemer’s graduates echoes out into their communities, their churches and our culture. God’s kingdom reverberates like a thread, through each story we tell. From sharing alumni profiles to celebrating student achievements, to reports on faculty research, Redeemer’s overarching story resounds.

Alumni Stories

Wonderfully Made

Chiropractor and entrepreneur Irma Van Andel '10 celebrates creation through kinesiology.

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Advancing Justice

Heidi Ellens de Vries ‘05 works as a lawyer for the City of Brantford, fulfilling a lifelong dream.

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First Nations Education Policy Analyst

Phoebe Mitton '10, First Nations Education Policy Analyst.

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Conservation Specialist

Kyle Vander Linden '05, Conservation Specialist

Finance Director at Cardus

Brian Harskamp '04, Finance Director at Cardus

Everything Has a Story

Clarence Keesman ‘98

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More Stories

First 12 BBA Grads Receive Degrees

The new bachelor of business administration degree will better reflect the calibre and range of courses across multiple business disciplines that are taken by Redeemer’s business students.

A Core Commitment to Liberal Arts and Sciences

Two new faculty members discuss the importance of the core curriculum to Redeemer’s commitment to a well-rounded liberal arts and sciences education.

Faculty Profile: Dr. Vahagn Asatryan

Dr. Vahagn Asatryan is an associate professor of business.

App Creates Customizable Digital Campus

As part of a broad initiative to enhance digital technology across the university, the Redeemer App is helping to create online experiences that connect everyone and everything at the university.

CIMMO Recognizes Marketing Program’s Excellence

Redeemer’s bachelor of arts in business marketing program has received official accreditation from the Chartered Institute of Marketing Management of Ontario (CIMMO).

Places of Becoming

The Book of Numbers and Israel’s wandering through the wilderness can act as a guide to actively leaning into our challenging circumstances.