Author: Global Scholars Canada
How Then Shall We Engineer?
by Dr. Brenda Goranson “We should have a lifelong goal to become true renaissance engineers, familiar not only with the technical disciplines central to the profession but also with the...
Rethinking NATO’s Role
by Global Scholar, Dr. David Koyzis The North Atlantic Treaty Organization, known as NATO (OTAN in French), is arguably the most successful military alliance in history. Founded in 1949, it...
Fred Reinders (1930-2023): A Life of Structural and Moral Integrity
by Dr. Peter Schuurman “Most dreams fade away, but those shaped by the Spirit of God do not. This creative spirit is poured out on engineers who continue to see...
‘The Proximity of Human Difference’: Care and Receiving Care as Vocation
by Global Scholar, Dr. Andrew Barron I am the child of Jewish parents. It was in New York City during the 1960’s that I learned that being Jewish was a...
On Books Checking Out
Fourah Bay College Library at the University of Sierra Leone is pictured (above right) in 2016, where collections had battled a leaky roof, extreme humidity, and drastic budget cuts; all...
‘Gambian Dreams’: Strategic Mission
‘Gambian Dreams’ gave way to real vision in November 2022 as Global Scholars Canada met virtually across the country and around the globe for an update from our scholars who...
Global Scholar, David Koyzis’ Political Visions & Illusions
The Jason Scott Montoya Interview Engage with Global Scholar, David Koyzis in a fascinating video podcast/interview with Jason Scott Montoya, encompassing some of the most pressing political ideology influencing education...
Dr. Stephen Ney – ‘On English’
An Update from Sierra Leone Below, on the left, is what we call here in Sierra Leone an English broom; on the right, is also a broom, sometimes known as a country broom. Can...
Dr. John Span – Update from South Africa
An Interview with GSC
Job Opportunity in The Gambia
Professor – Department of Christian Religious Studies Looking to fill a seat. The University of The Gambia is looking to hire a professor (potentially a foreign national) with a Ph.D....