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Spiritual Formation Modules Encourage Personal Reflection and Growth

Over the past year, the Tyndale Spiritual Formation Centre (TSFC) has been offering courses to encourage dialogue, personal development, encouragement and unity.

March 5, 2021

COVID-19 Update

Looking Ahead to the Fall

The entire Tyndale community – students, faculty and staff – have acted with remarkable resilience and tenacity these past months. As we are now in the final weeks of this extraordinary academic year, unsurprisingly, many are wondering what the coming 2021–2022 experience will look like.

March 2, 2021

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French Teachers Are Needed in Canada

There is an urgent need for certified French teachers, and Tyndale University’s 16-month program is a way to become certified in the shortest time possible.

February 25, 2021

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Science Professor Wins Prestigious STAO Emeritus Award

Tyndale University celebrates Dr. Doug Hayhoe, who has been awarded the Science Teachers’ Association of Ontario (STAO) Emeritus Award this month.

February 23, 2021

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Grant Supports FSL Teacher Candidates at Tyndale

The Ontario Public School Boards’ Association awarded a $5,000 grant this month to Tyndale University’s Education Department for a French Language Proficiency Assessment project that will better prepare teacher candidates when applying for jobs.

February 22, 2021

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Tyndale Seminary Offers MDiv Major in Pastoral Thanatology

Tyndale recently approved an MDiv Major in Pastoral Thanatology, responding to a strong and growing interest in this specialized training. The study of thanatology explores the grieving process, ethical issues surrounding death and dying, cultural, gender, and societal attitudes towards death, the issues facing both the dying and the bereaved, and the place of ritual and memorialization.

February 18, 2021

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Changing the World Through Science

If a career in biology fascinates you and you want to use knowledge to change the world, Tyndale University offers the first two years of a biology program that will develop your critical thinking skills and deliver a standard of academic excellence

February 11, 2021

COVID-19 Update

Tyndale’s Plans for the Spring/Summer Semester 2021

For the Spring/Summer Semester, Tyndale University will continue to deliver courses through online delivery formats.

February 4, 2021

Black History Month

Shared Experiences Mark Black History Month

Tyndale University invites students, staff, and alumni to commemorate the legacy of Black Canadians and their communities through a special chapel speaker series.

February 2, 2021

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Getting to know… The Tyndale Spiritual Formation Centre

The Tyndale Spiritual Formation Centre exists specifically for that reason – to help students (free of charge), ministers and the wider community become more Christ-like by providing resources, training, academic learning, networking opportunities and spiritual direction.

January 22, 2021