MSN Graduates – Fall 2018

On Saturday, November 3, 2018, ten nurses graduated with their Master of Science in Nursing at the TWU‘s Graduate Commencement ceremonies in Langley. Prior to the commencement ceremonies, the graduating class, together with family and faculty, gathered in the Marlee Snider Collegium for a Graduation Celebration. Two of the graduates were honoured with the MSN Outstanding Graduate Award, Sarah Cooke, for her Thesis study, and Maria Fyfe, for her Knowledge Translation project. We are very proud of the achievement of all of our graduates for their amazing qualities as compassionate nurses, fine scholars and leaders committed to excellence and caring spirits.

TWU NOW

Happy Thursday! Welcome to our Langley campus from the air. On clear days, Golden Ears and Mount Crickmer never fail to show off their beauty!

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Dear student,
It has been another year of learning. For some it was your first year at this place, for most you have completed another year towards earning your respective degree.
We pray that during this exam season, in the times of anxiety, stress and fear of the unknown, you find your joy, strength and rest in Him.

“May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace in believing, so that by the power of the Holy Spirit you may abound in hope.”
(Romans 15:13)

#ExamSeason #RestInHim

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Dr. Kelsey Haskett, Professor of French; Chair, Department of World Languages and Cultures; Coordinator of European Studies at TWU was one of the eyewitnesses to the Notre Dame Cathedral fire.

“With thousands of Parisians and others I have just seen 800 years of history crumble before my eyes,” Haskett said.

Aldergrove Star

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4. ACADEMIC EXCELLENCE
For seven years in a row, Trinity Western University has received an A-plus ranking for quality of teaching and learning.

“Our faculty continue to distinguish themselves as national and international leaders, inspiring the hearts and minds of students and peers alike. In terms of research, faculty members have competed for and received more funding than ever before.”
—Bob Kuhn, TWU President

BCBusiness

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CONGRATULATIONS! Counselling Psychology student Danielle Palmer's entry into the @SSHRC_CRSH Storytellers contest, has been selected for this year's Hon. Mention category. https://t.co/kvQyaWkR3A #SSHRCStorytellers #SSHRC

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PRAYER REQUEST: Mark Warawa, a TWU alumnus and long-time leader in Langley-Aldergrove region is facing a huge health challenge. Let’s keep Mark, his family and the doctors in our prayers as they continue to run tests. https://t.co/juasgn4Rxq

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