Current Issue

An update from Redeemer’s Interim President.
David Zietsma / October 28, 2021
A closer look at how Redeemer’s 2025 Strategic Plan is moving the institution forward by strengthening its roots and investing in student and graduate success.
Shannon McBride / October 28, 2021
English writing students Michelle Wright and Ben Wright channeled their pandemic experiences into a riveting anthology of creative non-fiction.
Amelia Bowes / October 28, 2021
Two science students conducted research using PCR technology as part of Undergraduate Student Research Awards this summer, supported by NSERC and Redeemer.
Nicole Benbow / October 28, 2021
Annika Koekkoek ’21 and third-year student Amy Pardy enhance the connection between the social sciences and faith through the student-run club, SOAPS.
Amelia Bowes / October 28, 2021
Through physiotherapy co-op work experiences, fifth-year kinesiology student Selena Kennedy is learning to see God in her work and follow his path.
Amelia Bowes / October 28, 2021
Fifth-year clinical psychology student Tyler Kwalik is learning to rely on God’s faithfulness through every circumstance.
October 28, 2021
Elizabeth VanVeen ’13 shares her journey from working as a literature teacher to a programme policy officer with the United Nations World Food Programme.
Amelia Bowes / October 28, 2021
Lewis Tuininga ’17 is excelling at his dream career in the sports industry.
Amelia Bowes / October 28, 2021
Excited to explore different aspects of government, Celina Oster ’21 has been learning how to effect change through the legislative process.
Shannon McBride / October 28, 2021
Assistant professor of social work Dr. Morgan Braganza is highlighting the different experiences of marginalized people in social work education.
Amelia Bowes / October 28, 2021
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
Dr. Aaron Griffith, assistant professor of history at Whitworth University and Redeemer’s 2021 Emerging Public Intellectual Award winner, is exploring the connection between evangelical...
Amelia Bowes / October 5, 2021
A strong incoming class in fall 2021 following last year’s record-setting cohort helps set another record for enrolment at Redeemer.
Shannon McBride / September 22, 2021
Betty Brouwer ’88, Redeemer’s 2021 Distinguished Alumni Award recipient, reaches Hamilton youth with compassion and creativity.
Amelia Bowes / September 3, 2021
The name for the new residence and learning facility references God’s grace to us through Jesus Christ and Redeemer’s mission which integrates life and learning.
Shannon McBride / August 19, 2021
Redeemer’s campus bookstore premieres its new name and look.
Amelia Bowes / August 3, 2021
The new bachelor of business administration degree will better reflect the calibre and range of courses across multiple business disciplines that are taken by Redeemer’s business students.
Shannon McBride / June 11, 2021

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