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Media Contact Info

Tish Best
Director of Communications
Booth University College
Office: (204) 924-4866
Tish_Best@BoothUC.ca

CELEBRATING THE VALUE AND CULTURAL CONTRIBUTION OF CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION

May 31, 2013: More than 100 people took part in the Christian Higher Education Canada (CHEC) annual conference, seminary conference and Native Peoples and Christian Higher Education symposium that were hosted at Booth University College this week. Included in the discussions were representatives from 17 of CHEC’s 33 members.

BOOTH UC LOGO A WINNER AT THE 2013 INTERNATIONAL SUMMIT CREATIVE AWARDS COMPETITION

May 30, 2013: Out of more than 5,000 submissions from 25 countries in the Summit International Awards’ (SIA) 2013 Summit Creative Awards® competition, local design company Propeller Design Inc. placed silver for its redesign of the Booth University College logo.

BOOTH UC TO HOST ANNUAL CHRISTIAN HIGHER EDUCATION CANADA CONFERENCE & AGM MAY 27-28th

May 21, 2013: The annual Christian Higher Education Canada (CHEC) conference will be held at Booth University College May 27-28, 2013.

BOOTH UC FACULTY SHARING THEIR EXPERTISE ACROSS NORTH AMERICA AND BEYOND

May 15, 2013: With Booth UC's 2013 Convocation come and gone, faculty are now heavily engaged in research - and sharing their knowledge and expertise at academic forums across North America and beyond.

WE ARE DONE...BUT WE ARE ONLY BEGINNING

April 28, 2013 was a time to celebrate great accomplishments and milestones, as 39 Booth University College students crossed the stage of Winnipeg’s Knox United Church to receive their degrees or certificates during Booth’s 31st annual convocation ceremony.

A SUCCESSFUL 2013 GANGS AND HOPE COMMUNITY FORUM

April 22, 2013: Approximately 100 individuals attended Booth University College's fourth annual Community Forum on Saturday. Organized by Dr. James Cresswell, Assistant Professor of Psychology at Booth UC, this year's forum topic was Gangs and Hope. The five-person panel discussed the issue of gang activity and gang life in Winnipeg in three areas, including a focus on mercy, a focus on hope, and a focus on justice. 

GANG LIFE IN WINNIPEG: MYTHS. REALITIES. OPTIONS. HOPE.

April 15, 2013: The public is invited to join Winnipeg police, educators, media and other community members who are involved in helping kids stay out of or exit gang life at the April 20th Gangs and Hope Community Forum at Booth University College, 447 Webb Place.

Dr. James Cresswell, assistant professor of Psychology at Booth UC and organizer of this year’s annual forum, said the community forum panel will explore a number of questions and will engage in a Question and Answer session with the audience.

BOOTH UC’S BSW PROGRAM RECEIVES HIGH PRAISE FROM STUDENTS

April 3, 2013: Regardless of the program you pursue at Booth UC, students are guaranteed to receive an excellent education. We are proud of our programs, our faculty and our staff—but we are most proud of our students and their continued success after graduation.

HOLY WEEK SCHEDULE FOR WORSHIP

March 25, 2013: Booth UC's Spiritual Life Office is sponsoring special services this week in our 2nd floor, Hetherington Chapel, from 11:20 a.m. until noon. The services are open to the public, so please join us if you can.

Monday/Tuesday: Faith and Forgiveness (Monday's service will be held by CFOT students)

Wednesday: Pardon

Thursday: Tenebrae Service (Liturgy and candles)

DR. MARJORY KERR APPOINTED AS VICE PRESIDENT ACADEMIC AND DEAN

March 11, 2013: Booth University College is pleased to announce that Dr. Marjory Kerr has accepted an appointment as the Vice President Academic and Dean of the institution, effective August 2013.  She succeeds Major Ian Swan who has been appointed as the Officer Commanding in the Hong Kong and Macau Command of The Salvation Army.

 

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