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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Thursday July 4, 2013
Dr. Nell Maxwell, founder of Women Alive, led a generation of Christian women in Canada and the world to life-changing experiences through her ministry. Dr. Maxwell continues to encourage Christian women despite having suffered an injury in a serious car accident a few years ago. Together...
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Wednesday June 26, 2013
The first Canadian regional eduStyle awards were announced in Vancouver on June 25. The awards celebrated the “most innovative and exciting developments” in higher education web development in Canada.
Tyndale was nominated in three categories: Best Overall Website, Best Magazine Site...
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Tuesday June 25, 2013
Enrolment in spring/summer courses is on the rise at Tyndale.
Spring/Summer course registrations for Tyndale Seminary have risen by 12 percent over last year, 27 percent over 2011, and 36 percent over 2010 due to enhanced online, intensive, and traditional course offerings.
“Many of our...
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Friday June 14, 2013
“I believe in Christianity as I believe the sun has risen. Not only do I see it, but by it, I see everything else.” These were the words of C.S. Lewis in his classic essay, Is Theology Poetry?
On the night of June 8th, the Centre for Mentorship and Theological Reflection celebrated its...
Read More about Alister McGrath: Challenging the next Christian Novelist
Friday June 7, 2013
NAIITS’s (North American Institute for Indigenous Theological Studies) goal is to teach theology from a perspective that “resonates with the culture…of Native North Americans” (NAIITS.com), and their vision is to see Indigenous people flourish in their faith without...
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