Faculty Stories

Dr. Sharon Klassen, former associate professor of theatre arts, shares how it takes a village to inspire and teach a theatre student.
Shannon McBride / August 16, 2021
Ray Louter, former professor of theatre arts, discusses his role in telling the powerful stories of his Dutch colleagues through mainstage performances of his play Stranger in the Land.
Shannon McBride / August 16, 2021
Two new faculty members discuss the importance of the core curriculum to Redeemer’s commitment to a well-rounded liberal arts and sciences education.
Shannon McBride / May 28, 2021
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
Translators, including visiting scholar Dr. Jessica Joustra, are bringing theologian Herman Bavinck’s forgotten manuscript to English audiences for the first time.
Beth Van Lingen / October 18, 2019
Over the summer, Dr. Christiaan Teeuwsen performed and taught on some of the most important historic organs in Europe’s “organ garden.”
Beth Van Lingen / October 18, 2019
Dr. Timothy Epp's research sheds light on the divide between sacred and secular music by exploring the spiritual content in mainstream music.
Lindsay Barden / March 11, 2019
Redeemer business professors Laurie Busuttil and Susan Van Weelden make their mark on the North American business landscape with best-selling course materials.
Lindsay Barden / March 11, 2019
Dr. Christina Belcher, Professor and Chair of the Department of Education, provides an update on her research and exploration of visual literacy with Redeemer's B.Ed. students.
Christina Belcher / October 15, 2018

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