Friday November 1, 2013
Dr. John Kessler has been an Old Testament professor at Tyndale Seminary since 1992. He holds a Conjoint Doctorate from the Sorbonne University (Paris IV) and the Catholic University of Paris. He has produced two monographs, one co-edited volume and numerous articles relating to the Old Testament....
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Friday October 25, 2013
As part of a partnership that Tyndale University College has with the Internationale Hochschule Liebenzell (IHL), a group of five German exchange students are studying at Tyndale this semester. Gabriel Beumann, Jorg Wacker, Deborah Matter, Andrea Rabenau, and David Schuelein are third-year students...
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Thursday October 17, 2013
A new academic year is a new beginning – and always accompanied by a sense of excitement. Whether you’re a freshman student, someone preparing to graduate in the Spring, a staff or faculty member, the enthusiasm on campus is palpable. This year holds a whole new sense of excitement as...
Read More about Tyndale UC Tutoring Program: Keeping the Focus on Our Students
Friday October 11, 2013
Louizandre Dauphin or ‘Louie’ as many call him, has been involved in athletics and fitness as long as he can remember. Whether as an athlete or trainer, his experiences are vast and he’s learned a lot along the way. One thing he’s learned to see is how “effectively the...
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Friday October 4, 2013
On Saturday September 28th, Tyndale celebrated its 2013 Fall Festival. The Fall Festival has been taking place informally over the past 6 years and has typically included 50-75 University College students coming out for a barbeque and ‘festival-type’ games. This year was different. In...
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Thursday September 26, 2013
As part of Tyndale Seminary’s Master of Theological Studies (MTS) program, students can now complete an MTS degree fully online. Over the past year, Tyndale has taken an important step in making all 10 core courses, plus over 17 electives available to students online.
According to Dr....
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Thursday September 19, 2013
Tyndale has created a new position in the office of the Registrar. Sharon Khan’s new role as the Registration Officer – Academic Support, provides Tyndale students with professional advice and support in achieving their academic goals. Sharon will be working with a broad range of...
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Thursday September 12, 2013
On the first day of classes for the fall ’13 term, Tyndale University College welcomed the largest enrolment in its history with over 600 students. This represents a 3% increase from 2012 and a 27% increase over the last 5 years.
Tyndale Seminary also welcomed a larger student body, with...
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Thursday September 5, 2013
Meet Shannon Loewen, Residence Director at Tyndale University College & Seminary since September 2012.
The Residence Director’s major role is to equip and mentor Residence Advisors (RAs), who play an important part in the lives of students – especially new students – living...
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Friday August 23, 2013
Tyndale University College & Seminary has 55 faculty members researching and teaching across a diverse range of academic disciplines. The following are some contributions that faculty members have made to their field of research.
Dr. Ken Badley, Professor by...
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Friday August 16, 2013
Dr. Amanda Azarbehi, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Tyndale University College, founded TRACE (Tyndale Research and Autism and Community Education) when she joined the faculty four years ago. TRACE offers a variety of services including a summer camp, research initiatives, and various...
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Friday August 9, 2013
Teachers often ask their students, “What did you do this summer?” This fall, Tyndale’s International Development students will be inspired by their professor’s response. Dr. Leah McMillan, Assistant Professor of International Development at Tyndale University College, went...
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Thursday August 1, 2013
As part of the Spring/Summer semester at Tyndale, a group of 28 University College and Seminary students visited the Holy Land for the Israel Study Tour. The tour was led by Dr. Rebecca Idestrom, Associate Professor of Old Testament at the Seminary, and Dr. Daniel Driver, Assistant Professor of Old...
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Friday July 26, 2013
Four Tyndale teams partnered with organizations in Zambia, Alaska, Ireland and India to serve youth and children and gain the experience of a lifetime. Here is a glimpse into the travels of these 23 students.
Team Zambia partnered with Serving in Mission (SIM) and Scripture Union...
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