Academics

Dr. Daniel Lee Hill, Redeemer’s 2022 Emerging Public Intellectual Award winner, finds a hopeful example in Christian abolitionists.
Amelia Foster / January 19, 2023
The annual Kuyper Conference, founded in 1998 at Princeton Theological Seminary, acknowledges the stream of Calvinist thought represented by Abraham Kuyper, Dutch theologian and statesman...
Shannon McBride / November 8, 2022
EPI winner Dr. Daniel Lee Hill aims to both energize and challenge Christians to seek the good of their neighbours and their communities in creative ways through his current project exploring...
Shannon McBride / October 12, 2022
Resound looks back at the history of successful federal research grant holders at Redeemer.
Shannon McBride / September 29, 2022
Dr. Lisa Devall-Martin is assistant professor of education.
September 29, 2022
Two Redeemer faculty members have taken a refreshed approach to the work of prominent Neo-Calvinist theologian Abraham Kuyper.
Amelia Foster / September 29, 2022
Assistant professor of business Dr. Raymond B. Chiu discusses the work he and a team of researchers from across the country are doing to better understand the adjudication and experiences of...
Shannon McBride / September 29, 2022
Past and present Redeemer art faculty discuss the necessity of fostering a creative environment on campus.
Amelia Foster / September 15, 2022
The new centre and makerspace will launch in time for the fall term with the tagline Think. Try. Launch.
Shannon McBride / August 26, 2022
Redeemer faculty took a deep dive into the university’s Reformed tradition, including Neo-Calvinism, and how it applies to teaching and research at the annual faculty conference.
Shannon McBride / May 16, 2022
The Brand Management class is benefiting from a $12,000 Federal grant to develop a branding strategy for a start-up organization.
Shannon McBride / April 6, 2022
Redeemer is launching two new music programs preparing grads with skills and knowledge for careers in music, worship and ministry.
Shannon McBride / April 5, 2022
Redeemer launches its newest degree, a bachelor of kinesiology, beginning this fall after gaining wider degree-granting authority in 2020.
Shannon McBride / April 5, 2022
Dr. KJ Drake set out to explore the historical debate of the nature of Jesus in his recently published book.
Shannon McBride / March 29, 2022
Associate professor of art Phil Irish is participating in a reimagined Lenten tradition.
Amelia Foster / March 29, 2022

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