Academics

Redeemer Launches Centre for Experiential Learning and Careers
Community employers, students and faculty celebrate Redeemer’s latest 2020 initiative.
Tomorrow’s Christian Health-Care Leaders
With pre-medicine and professional streams, the Health Sciences program is preparing students for the ever-expanding health-care field.
The Public Impact of Christian Research
With the 2017-18 Zylstra grants, Redeemer faculty bring Christian influence to bear the history of secularization and pollution in local watersheds.
Rethinking Religion
Dr. Kevin Flatt aims to change how we understand the history of secularization.
Introducing Redeemer’s Applied Social Sciences program
The Sociology/Social Work program has always been interdisciplinary. The new name highlights Redeemer’s approach to the two disciplines.
The Image of God in an Image-Driven Age
From gluttony to iconoclasm, art history expert Dr. Matthew Milliner encourages the Redeemer campus to critically engage our rapid-paced visual culture.
Why Christian Research Matters
Redeemer is on the frontlines of an international movement to produce research from a Christian perspective.
Showcasing the Drama of Scripture
From hand-painted eggs to a digital comic book, students crafted creative responses to the biblical story in their first Core course.
Theology Matters
Dr. Kevin Flatt and Dr. Stephanie Burgoyne take part in a new study that shows the role theology plays in the growth and decline of Canadian churches
Imitating Jesus in the Middle Ages
How an ordinary 12th century woman ruffled feathers by following Jesus, and inspires us to do the same
Chasing Down C. S. Lewis
Philosophy professor travels to Northern Ireland to learn more about the influential Christian thinker
Better Living Through Chemistry?
In the last century, chemistry has made our lives better—and worse. Given that, what does it mean to be a Christian and a chemist?
The Common Good
Redeemer faculty bring Christian influence to bear on sexual violence on campus, apocalyptic literature, and pollution in local watersheds
New Core curriculum launches
The Core has been honed to prepare students to thrive in a rapidly changing world
First Impressions
Dr. Lindsey Short is exploring how experience shapes our impressions of the hundreds of faces we see every day