What's Happening at Tyndale

Tyndale Announces Kevin Kirk as Senior Director, Development and Community Relations

Friday August 26, 2011

TORONTO — Tyndale University College & Seminary is pleased to announce Mr. Kevin Kirk as Senior Director, Development and Community Relations. Mr. Kirk is a highly effective director with a successful 18 year record in Christian higher education and is well respected in the industry. He...

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To Japan with Love: A Student's Story

Friday August 12, 2011

Friday morning, March 11, 2011, I received an urgent text message that read, “Have you heard about the earthquake that happened in Japan?” As the morning progressed messages, emails, and phone calls began to pour in inquiring about the earthquake and tsunami that had taken place. I...

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Crisis in the Horn of Africa

Wednesday July 27, 2011

The rotting carcasses of dead animals were a sight common to the desert regions of Northeastern Kenya, or at least that’s what I thought. I viewed the desert around me with the open, accepting eyes of a visitor; I assumed that all I saw was normal for the area. I thought the dead animals on...

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Chinese Officials Visit Tyndale

Monday July 25, 2011

On July 11 a delegation from the State Administration for Religious Affairs of the People’s Republic of China (SARA) paid an official visit to Tyndale University College & Seminary. SARA is committed to promoting inter-faith dialogues in China to create a harmonious society. China is the...

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3 Missions Teams, 3 Continents, 3 Blogs

Monday July 18, 2011

It has been estimated that there are over 450,000 homeless people in Kolkata, India. In Dadaab, Kenya over 1000 refugees arrive daily from Somalia suffering from starvation and dehydration. The horn of Africa is currently undergoing a terrible drought that is forcing people to flee to UN refugee...

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To Japan with Love: Tyndale Students Continue to Help Japan

Monday July 11, 2011

Today is the four month anniversary of the 9.0 earthquake that struck off the east coast of Honshu, Japan on March 11, 2011. The earthquake sparked a massive tsunami that killed over 18,000 people and caused an estimated 200 billion dollars’ worth of damage. Japan has suffered over 500...

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Tyndale’s Philip Kay is North America’s Admissions Officer of the Year

Monday July 4, 2011

Tyndale’s Director of Admissions and Financial Aid, Mr. Philip Kay, won the NACCAP (North American Coalition for Christian Admissions Professionals) award for Admissions Officer of the Year. NACCAP presents this award to an admissions professional at a Christian institution who has had the...

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Dr. Brian C. Stiller Appointed President Emeritus

Monday June 20, 2011

Tyndale University College & Seminary’s Board of Governors honours Dr. Brian C. Stiller for his many years of dedicated service with the appointment as President Emeritus while he transitions to his new role as Global Ambassador for the World Evangelical Alliance (WEA). As president Dr....

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Tyndale University College & Seminary Raises $52 Million for New Campus and New Programs

Wednesday June 1, 2011

Tyndale University College & Seminary has raised $52 million to date towards the purchase of its new Bayview Campus and new programs. The Uncommon Ground capital campaign, launched in 2007, has raised over $44 million or 76% of its $58 million goal in just 4 years, as well as an additional $8...

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Tyndale University College & Seminary Establishes The Van Norman Chair of Business

Friday May 6, 2011

Toronto - Tyndale University College & Seminary is pleased to announce the establishment of the Van Norman Chair of Business, made possible through an endowment by Ian and Alice Van Norman. The Van Normans, long-time friends of Tyndale, are distinguished by their Christian faith and...

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A Tribute to Walter Kimmerle

Monday May 2, 2011

Walter Kimmerle, long-time friend and supporter of Tyndale University College & Seminary, passed away suddenly on Friday, April 29, 2011. Walter was dedicated to Christian higher education at Tyndale, culminating with a recent endowment for the Kimmerle Chair of Pentecostal Studies. In a...

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Student Spotlight: Josiah Shelley

Tuesday April 26, 2011

While pursuing his undergrad at the University of Ottawa, Tyndale University College student Josiah Shelley began to see the need for efficiently communicating to an information-overloaded generation. Recognizing that text messaging and social media are increasingly effective means of communication...

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Tyndale to Consolidate Onto One Campus

Tuesday April 19, 2011

 TORONTO – For the continued growth and success of its student body, Tyndale University College & Seminary will consolidate its main operations onto the new Bayview Avenue campus, following moves by the Sisters of St. Joseph of Toronto and the Toronto Catholic District School Board...

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Introducing New VP, Student Services and Registrar

Wednesday April 13, 2011

TORONTO (April 13, 2011) – As part of key initiative to increase academic support, Tyndale University College & Seminary is pleased to announce Dr. Barry Smith as the new Vice President, Student Services and Registrar, effective August 1, 2011. Dr. Smith comes to Tyndale after spending...

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Professor Dr. David Sherbino to run event on Death and Dying

Tuesday March 22, 2011

Interested in gaining a better perspective of death and dying? On April 1st, Dr. David Sherbino and his son, Dr. Jonathan Sherbino, will be speaking about end-of-life issues for both individuals and families in a one-day event called A Good Death: Pastoral and Medical Perspectives on Death and...

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