Spring 2017 Issue

Stories abound at Redeemer. In the Spring 2017 issue, we focus in on the stories of teacher education program alumni.
A Bedrock of Faith
A message from Redeemer's interim President.
A Campaign for 2020
While remaining rooted in the Reformed Christian tradition through a Christ-centred liberal arts and sciences education, Redeemer is executing a vital plan of renewal.
Leaders Worth Following
Education strengthens the minds but also reaches the hearts of students. Redeemer fosters teacher candidates’ competency — and their character.
Worldview in the Classroom
Redeemer education alumni talk faith in the public, independent, Aboriginal and international classroom.
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.
Fresh Faces
A look at new staff we welcomed and familiar faces taking on new roles at Redeemer this year
Remembering Pieter Harsevoort
Looking back on the incredible life of an alumnus
Dr. Deborah Bowen retires
Well-beloved English professor retires from her post
Seeking Shalom
Redeemer students raise awareness on campus about mental health and about sexual violence.
Connecting Callings with Careers
With the launch of the Centre for Experiential Learning and Careers, Redeemer is investing in experiential learning for every program.
A Year of Hope and Reconciliation
Redeemer community gathers for campus-wide conversations on Aboriginal issues, past and present.
The Art of Listening
Miranda Van Rooyen ‘17 draws inspiration for her senior art exhibit from her internship at art outreach centre RE-create.
A Walk Towards Humility
Social work student Kendra Slagter '18 reflects on a term spent in Uganda.
Redeemer’s Jesseca Brown ascends to top of OCAA record books
Brown sets new OCAA record for total career points in women's basketball
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