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Booth UC partnership with European Innovation Academy provides its business students with access to extreme entrepreneurship program

November 8, 2016

Booth University College has partnered with the European Innovation Academy (EIA) to offer their leading-edge tech educational programs to Booth’s business students. Booth UC is now one of a few select Canadian institutions eligible to offer this exclusive opportunity through its business program. The EIA is a non-profit educational institution recognized for excellence in tech entrepreneurship education. EIA educates future entrepreneurs and accelerates companies to pursue digital growth. Their educational programs are jointly developed with professionals of world class partner companies and universities, including Google,

LIFE AT BOOTH UC – A SHARING, CARING, FUN PLACE TO BE

October 7, 2016

Hello there! Allow me to introduce myself: my name is Laura Hepditch, and I am a third year Religion Major at Booth UC. This is also my first year as student ambassador, which is why you have not heard from me before. I’m a little new at writing a blog, but I hope you continue to hear (or read) from me! Right now, this school is filled with this same spirit of newness that I’m feeling. A new academic year has begun and new students

Installation of Booth UC’s fifth President signals the start of an historic new era

September 26, 2016

Booth University College’s annual Opening Convocation on September 23, 2016 marked the beginning of an historic new era at the institution with the installation of its fifth President, Dr. Marjory Kerr. “I’m very thankful for those who have been in this chair before me and for the work they have done to get Booth to where it is today,” said Dr. Kerr. “But part of my vision for Booth as we go forward is looking at shifting from maintaining and holding steady, to sustaining and

BOOTH UC LAUNCHES CONNECT MAGAZINE

September 23, 2016

Booth University College’s newest publication – Booth UC Connect – was launched today. To be published twice yearly, this magazine is designed to share news and stories and connect with alumni, donors, The Salvation Army around the world, and other friends of Booth UC. “As the name of the publication suggests, Booth UC thrives on our connections, between instructors and students and between theory and practice. Equally valued are the linkages between the school and learning partners across Canada and around the world. Together we are

DR. EASON CONTRIBUTING AUTHOR IN DENIS METRUSTERY’S NEW BOOK ‘SAVED, SANCTIFIED AND SERVING: PERSPECTIVES ON SALVATION ARMY THEOLOGY & PRACTICE

August 11, 2016

Dr Andrew Eason, Director of Booth University College’s Centre for Salvation Army Studies and head of Booth UC’s Religion program, is one of several Salvationist scholars who contributed a chapter to Denis Metrustery’s recently published book SAVED, SANCTIFIED AND SERVING: perspectives on Salvation Army theology & practice. Dr. Eason’s chapter is “Go into all the world…” An overview of Salvationist Missiology. You can read a review of SAVED, SANCTIFIED AND SERVING here. Written by Lieut-Colonel Ian Barr, member of The Salvation Army’s International Theological Council, this review was originally published in the May-June 2016 edition

Booth University College gains ground as a global resource

August 4, 2016

(As printed August 2, 2016 in the New Frontier Chronicle. View the online article with photos here.) With a new Latin American initiative, The Salvation Army’s lone university college takes a major step toward its 2020 vision. By Jared McKiernan – Inside the classroom, at the opening of the desks, stands Major Philip Davisson, associate dean of Booth University College in Winnipeg, Canada. He’s there leading a five-day seminar on Wesleyan Distinctives—a primer on what The Salvation Army believes and why.A group of cadets and young officers

BOOTH UC GRADUATES DESTINED TO DO GOOD IN THE WORLD

April 25, 2016

Standing before approximately 800 family and friends of Booth University College’s class of 2016, Professor Roy Jeal left the audience with one very clear message: Being right isn’t always very important. Doing good in the world is. “Keep in mind that it is about doing good in the world, ‘education for a better world’ as our motto goes and not about you personally,” said Dr. Jeal. “This is counter cultural and anti-cultural because much daily western ideology is shaped by the notion that one’s personal

BOOTH UC PRESIDENT RECOGNIZED FOR DECADES OF SERVICE

During Booth University College’s annual spring convocation ceremony, Commissioner Susan McMillan, Territorial Commander and Chancellor of Booth UC, presented Dr. Donald Burke with The Salvation Army’s Certificate in Recognition of Exceptional Service – the organization’s highest civilian award. For more than three decades, Dr. Burke’s passion for Christian scholarship enriched the lives of students and faculty, and his vision and dedicated service strengthened The Salvation Army’s mission in the Canada and Bermuda Territory and around the world. He served as President since 2006 and has

BOOTH UNIVERSITY COLLEGE & TYNDALE SEMINARY TO OFFER MTS – SALVATION ARMY STUDIES

April 1, 2016

Toronto, Ontario –Tyndale Seminary and Booth University College signed a collaborative Memorandum of Understanding to offer a Master of Theological Studies (MTS) – Salvation Army Studies. Dr. Donald Burke, President of Booth University College and Dr. Gary Nelson, President of Tyndale Seminary, signed the agreement at a ceremony on Tyndale’s campus. The new degree, jointly designed by Booth University College and Tyndale Seminary, is a specialized, contextualized graduate theological degree. Each institution brings a unique contribution to the joint venture. Booth University College, with its

JOIN US FOR THE NEXT EARL ROBINSON MEMORIAL LECTURE SERIES FEBRUARY 28-29 WITH DR. JOEL GREEN

February 17, 2016

An Invitation from Booth UC President, Dr. Donald Burke Friends, I want to extend to you an invitation to join us for the second Earl Robinson Memorial Lecture Series on Sunday, February 28th and Monday, February 29th. Click here for more information on the topics and times of the lectures. Please feel free to join us for as many of the lectures and chapel service as you are able. All events will be held in the Hetherington Chapel at 447 Webb Place. The Robinson lecturer this

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