Academics

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 Bowes / March 29, 2022
The history program offers students a unique balance of strategic courses.
Shannon McBride / March 29, 2022
Dr. Aaron Smith, assistant professor of social work and director of field education, talks about the principles that guide him in his work at Redeemer.
Amelia Bowes / March 29, 2022
Raymond Chiu is assistant professor of business.
March 29, 2022
Redeemer’s Centre for Christian Scholarship has a new name, a new director and three new faculty fellows to take its work to the next level.
Shannon McBride / March 8, 2022
Redeemer’s faculty and students explore issues of race and representation through the curriculum this term.
Shannon McBride / February 22, 2022
Dr. Michael Haykin, professor of church history and biblical spirituality and director of the Andrew Fuller Center for Baptist Studies at the Southern Baptist Theological Seminary, will join...
Shannon McBride / January 20, 2022
A dedicated faculty book section brings Redeemer’s legacy of research and scholarship to its recently refreshed bookstore, 21Five.
Shannon McBride / October 28, 2021
Professor of English Dr. John Van Rys talks about his new short story collection.
Amelia Bowes / October 28, 2021
Brenda Stephenson is an associate professor in psychology.
October 28, 2021

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