Dr. Sam Reimer speaks on tolerance in Canada at Public Lecture

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Dr. Sam Reimer speaks on tolerance in Canada at Public Lecture

On Tuesday March 10, members of the community gathered to attend the newest addition to the Crandall Public Lecture series. This lecture, titled “Are Christians REALLY Intolerant? Should they be?” was led by Crandall sociology professor Dr. Sam Reimer, who addressed the subject of tolerance and intolerance in Canada. More specifically, through this lecture, he […]

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Crandall welcomes new faculty member for International Academic Programs

International Academic Programs at Crandall University are continuing to grow, and Crandall is pleased to announce Dr. Dieu Hack-Polay as the newest member of the faculty to teach in these programs. Dr. Hack-Polay brings with him a wealth of education and experience, including Doctorates in Education (University of Lincoln, UK) and Sociology (University of Surrey, […]

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Dr. Alan Chan Cowrites study on Canada Summer Jobs Program

This summer, Dr. Alan Chan of Crandall’s Business Administration department co-authored a study with Dr. David Murrell from the University of New Brunswick, looking at the Canada Summer Jobs Program and the way that funds are distributed to support student employment in different regions of the country. From the paper’s abstract: The Canada Summer Jobs […]

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Crandall Welcomes New Psychology Prof.

Crandall University is pleased to welcome Jordan Schriver to the full-time faculty in the Psychology Department. Professor Schriver anticipates completing his PhD studies at the University of New Brunswick within the next year. His area of expertise and interest is in social psychology with a particular interest in altruism and culture. Jordan is the son […]

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2019 Crandall Faculty Awards

On Friday evening, four of Crandall’s faculty members were presented with awards for excellence in teaching, service, and research. The Stephen & Ella Steeves Awards provide the opportunity each year to celebrate the contributions of the faculty to their respective fields and to the university’s mission of Transforming lives through quality university education firmly rooted […]

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Dr. Ted Newell releases book on the history of education from a Christian perspective

Dr. Ted Newell of Crandall’s Education department, has released a new book discussing the history of education from a Christian perspective. Education: A Student’s Guide, is part of the series, “Reclaiming the Christian Intellectual Tradition,” edited by David S. Dockery, and shows how exploring Christian thinking about education throughout history can equip educators today to […]

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