Dr. Kenneth Anyomi recently joined Redeemer as an assistant professor of biology. He’s a vegetation transition scholar who has experienced firsthand how life can change when God is at the centre.
Two business faculty contemplate their legacies as they look to retirement.
Professor of history Dr. Jonathan Loopstra recently co-hosted a symposium in Spain, sharing his knowledge of ancient biblical manuscripts with other international experts in ancient languages.
Redeemer’s Wolters Centre and the Andrew Fuller Center have teamed up to organize a two-day conference on J.R.R. Tolkien and his work.
Redeemer University plans to launch new microcredentials, certificate programs and graduate degrees, creating building blocks that will diversify the institution’s academic program array.
Redeemer faculty members and alumni contribute to a milestone resource at the intersection of Christianity and environmental studies.
Two faculty discuss their experience teaching in the law and public policy minor at Redeemer and the importance of Christian participation in law and the public square.
Art professor Phil Irish sails the north as part of The Arctic Circle residency program.
Dr. Yong Fang Zhu is a biology and health sciences professor in natural sciences and mathematics.
Dr. Gayle Doornbos gave the following keynote address at the September 30, 2022 launch of the Albert M. Wolters Centre for Christian Scholarship. Doornbos is one of Redeemer’s and Dr. Wolters’...
Partnership with Dordt University creates a new pathway for students to advance in the social work profession.
Dr. Fellipe do Vale, the 2023 Emerging Public Intellectual is exploring what it means to be human and ordering our lives around our love for God.
Dr. Peter Neumann, a relational and visionary leader with over 14 years of experience in academic leadership, will lead Redeemer’s Reformed educational vision for learning and scholarship into its...
Redeemer adds its third new degree in as many years after gaining greater degree-granting authority in 2020.
For the official launch of the Albert M. Wolters Centre for Christian Scholarship, the centre hosted a student essay contest, which posed the question, why does a Reformed worldview matter? First...

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