Friday, October 19, 2012
Joanne Williams, adjunct professor in Tyndale’s Bachelor of Education program, will be travelling with the Toronto-based, non-governmental organization the Light Foundation to teach curriculum pedagogy in a program that enhances the English teaching skills of teachers from around the...
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Friday, October 12, 2012
Tyndale’s Doctor of Ministry program will launch its new Spiritual Formation track in 2014 and begin its fourth cohort in the Leadership track in February 2013.
Spiritual Formation is an integral part of being a leader in the Christian community both for self-development as well as for the...
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Tuesday, October 2, 2012
Tyndale University College & Seminary is pleased to introduce Tyndale’s Open Learning Centre. The Tyndale Open Learning Centre will extend Tyndale’s impact into the community by providing learning opportunities through multi-platform continuing educational programs, non-credit...
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Thursday, September 27, 2012
Tyndale University College & Seminary is excited to announce that it will be participating in varsity level athletics in September 2013.
Tyndale’s goal in all things is to help support our students’ development of a vibrant faith, disciplined mind and transformed character....
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Monday, September 17, 2012
Tyndale University College is pleased to announce the launch of Tyndaleu.ca. This new website embraces the look of our refreshed brand and speaks to high school students looking for their university. The new site answers the questions that high school students are asking. It’s simplicity in...
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Tuesday, September 4, 2012
Tyndale University College & Seminary is pleased to reveal a refreshed brand. "Inspire", "move", "challenge" are words that encapsulate two years of research, focus groups, and interviews with students, faculty, alumni and staff.
Whether it was an alumnus who...
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Friday, August 31, 2012
“They have been motivated to learn and use social skills that they can carry over to their home, school, and community,” says Janice Fletcher of the experience her two sons had at TRACE Camp, which is put on by the Tyndale Research in Autism and Community Education (TRACE) organization...
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Friday, August 24, 2012
Teaching and working as Chaplain and Head of Spiritual Formation at People’s Christian Academy, Alex Philip was investigating Doctoral programs to increase his knowledge and ministry effectiveness. Learning that Tyndale was about to begin its Doctor of Ministry program he decided that it...
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Friday, August 17, 2012
“The issue with just learning in class is that it all seems abstract,” says Dr. Leah McMillan, Assistant Professor of International Development. “Students need to see the people they are helping and they need to see that what they are learning in class is really useful for...
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Thursday, August 9, 2012
With enrollment up again this year, Tyndale’s counselling program is poised to grow for the fifth year in a row. Enrollment in Tyndale’s M.Div. (Master of Divinity) in Counselling has grown every year since 2008. Last year enrollment increased by nearly 20 percent. Incoming student,...
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Thursday, August 2, 2012
Tyndale University College & Seminary is pleased to announce that plans for consolidating their operations onto their Bayview campus are continuing to move ahead with the sale of their 25 Ballyconnor Court property to Shining Hill Homes Inc.
In April 2011 Tyndale’s Board of Governors...
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Thursday, July 19, 2012
Tyndale’s English Department is undergoing some changes--changes that will give students more options while keeping the heart of a program that has produced graduates such as Amy Gabriel.
Since graduating from Tyndale in 2010, Amy has attained an MA in Political Science from the...
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Thursday, June 28, 2012
It took 8 months of planning, more than 250 people, and 1369 black and white squares to assemble the 22,000 square foot QR code. The giant mosaic was arranged to raise support and awareness of Youth Unlimited (YU) North York programs. More than 120,000 youth live in North York, one third of which...
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