Beth Van Lingen

Beth Van Lingen previously served as communications manager and Resound managing editor at Redeemer University College.
Redeemer to seek review of Canada Summer Jobs decision
University files for a court review of the federal government's rejection of Redeemer’s 2018 Canada Summer Jobs funding application.
Redeemer University College appoints dean of humanities
Redeemer is pleased to announce that Dr. Karen Dieleman, who brings a wealth of experience in Christian higher education, will join the university’s academic leadership.
Questions Answered and Unanswered
Fourth year theology and philosophy student Ruth Chan shares a reflection on how God has shaped her during her education.
Update #10 from the President Search Committee
An April 2018 update from search committee chairs John VanHuizen and Jason Schouten on the progress of Redeemer's presidential search process
Redeemer launches Urban and Intercultural Ministry program
Weaving together missions, theology and practical ministry tools, the new Ministry program is preparing students for work in ministry close to and far from home.
The Top of the Watershed
Letter from Resound's managing editor, Beth Van Lingen
Challenged to a ReMatch
The successful finish of the 35-day alumni challenge marks a milestone in Redeemer University College’s largest fundraising campaign.
Redeemer expands and upgrades health and life sciences labs
$400,000 in donations dedicated to a new pathology research lab, a new aquatic toxicology lab, a renewed chemistry lab and an expanded human kinetics lab
Redeeming the “poisonous yellow book”
In the Decadent masterpiece À rebours, Dr. Allan Curnew finds questions for the Christian student and scholar.
An Individual, Not a Number
Students comment on Redeemer’s dedication to their personal, academic and spiritual growth in the latest Canadian University Consortium survey
Christian Civility in Terrifying Times
In Dr. Richard Mouw’s keynote and panel at Redeemer this October, he called Christians to a faithful civility as tensions rise worldwide.
The Gratitude Project
This February, the Redeemer campus celebrated donors' generosity.
Board Apologizes to Dr. Derek Schuurman
Redeemer’s Board of Governors issues an apology to Dr. Derek Schuurman, former professor of computer science.
One Year Later
Letter from Resound's managing editor, Beth Van Lingen
Making Theology Practical
Redeemer’s new Urban and Intercultural Ministry program will prepare students for ministry in tough places and for work overseas with NGOs.
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