Impact

The Gratitude Project
This February, the Redeemer campus celebrated donors' generosity.
Everything Has a Story
Clarence Keesman ‘98, executive director of youth drop-in centre The Refuge, encounters stories of brokenness and healing each and every day.
Mathematics as Culture-Making
Dr. Kevin Vander Meulen, professor of mathematics, spent his two-term sabbatical further studying matrix algebra.
Hamilton’s Newest Innovation Hub
Redeemer partners to launch an innovation centre for experiential learning in downtown Hamilton.
From Music to Medicine
Freshly designated medical doctor Kristin VanSligtenhorst switched majors in her first year at Redeemer and hasn’t looked back.
Interning Close to Home
International Studies student Sydney Sequillion ’18 completed an internship at Habitat for Humanity in her Kingston hometown.
Annual Food Drive Breaks Record
Redeemer students shatter 2013 record with nearly 10,500 pounds of collected food
In Her Element
Environmental studies student Julia de Jong '18 credits her internship at Au Sable Environmental Institute as the spark for her passion for environmental education
Presenting Research as an Undergrad
Cassie Wilson ‘17 presents her honours psychology thesis at the Toronto convention of the Canadian Psychological Association
Transformation Through Education
For 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award winner Hank de Jong, classrooms aren’t about an end goal — they’re about transformation.
Building Community with Ex-Offenders
As program manager at The Bridge, John Schuurman ‘16 is helping to create community and foster reconciliation for men who have been provincially incarcerated.
Strategically Placed
Alumni John-David Alkema ‘97 and Colin deRaaf ‘03 attribute their passion for working with the Christian Labour Association of Canada to their Redeemer experiences
Welcoming the Stranger
Alumna Sarah Snider works with Micah House and Karam Kitchen, two different organizations with very similar goals: empowering and walking alongside refugees and newcomers.
Trashing Mountains
Fuelled by a six-week residency at the Banff Centre for Arts and Creativity, Phil Irish’s latest exhibition, mount pile, explores the natural and artificial summits of the world.
Anything but Typical
Museum collections manager Michael VanHartingsveldt ‘11 has taught, travelled, worked and studied in five different countries since graduation.
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