Faculty Stories

Dr. Terry Loerts, associate professor of education, is exploring a multiliteracies pedagogy, the concept of using a range of media, modes and perspectives in teaching and learning and how this fits...
Shannon McBride / March 22, 2021
Driven by his personal experience, adjunct professor Ricardo-Martín Marroquín has released his second novel Our Silent Journey, the story of a boy from Peru who struggles with a new culture and...
Shannon McBride / March 22, 2021
Two new Redeemer faculty members discuss integrating faith and learning.
Amelia Bowes / November 6, 2020
Dr. Sean Schat, assistant professor of education, advocates the necessity of educational care for students and teachers alike.
Amelia Bowes / November 6, 2020
In his new commentary on the book of Judges, associate professor of religion and theology Dr. David Beldman explains why this violent, often misunderstood section of the Bible is still relevant for...
Amelia Bowes / November 6, 2020
In his recently published book, adjunct professor Dr. Peter Schuurman explores the notion that irony, charisma and playfulness can attract people to church.
Shannon McBride / March 10, 2020
With help from a prestigious scholarship, associate professor of theatre arts Dr. Sharon Klassen delves into the world of turn-of-the-century playwright George Bernard Shaw.
Amelia Bowes / March 10, 2020
Redeemer's Dr. Deborah Bowen explores in her public work and research how poetry can uniquely inspire us to care for the environment.
Lindsay Barden / September 18, 2018
In the Decadent masterpiece À rebours, Dr. Allan Curnew finds questions for the Christian student and scholar.
Beth Van Lingen / March 7, 2018
New study finds independent Christian campuses may provide greater safety from sexual violence than their public counterparts.
James R. Vanderwoerd / March 7, 2018
Professor Laurie Busuttil describes a redemptive approach to the art of persuasion.
Dan Galenkamp / March 7, 2018
Dr. Kevin Vander Meulen, professor of mathematics, spent his two-term sabbatical further studying matrix algebra.
Beth Van Lingen / October 6, 2017
Outside Western Europe and North America, the world seems to be getting more religious, not less. What if secularization is not the inevitable future of religion in all societies, but one of many...
Kevin Flatt / June 27, 2017
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.
Dan Galenkamp / June 27, 2017
With the 2017-18 Zylstra grants, Redeemer faculty bring Christian influence to bear the history of secularization and pollution in local watersheds.
Marie Versteeg / March 1, 2017

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