It's #NationalBookLoversDay, so we'd like to make a shoutout to our excellent on-campus bookstore! The Ambrose Bookstore has everything from fiction to course textbooks, so the next time you're in the market for a new book, make sure to visit them!
Have you heard the news ? We love you Millenials❤️! And to show you how much, today two members of our Faculty, and one of University of Lethbridge released the book "The Millenial Mosaic" Congratulations to Bailey, Bibby and Thiessen!! http://bit.ly/themillennialmosaic
On November 14 & 15, 2019, we can proudly say that we have hosted the Soul of the Next Economy Forum for 5 years! Find out what the future holds for the event, and take a look back at past years by clicking the link below. #SoulForumYYC
Do you live in the Kelowna area? We are coming for a visit. Join us September 22 at Mission Creek Alliance Church for an alumni get together.Check out all the details on our Alumni Events page https://ambrose.edu/alumnievents
Lauren Schmitke discusses how two passions = a double major in a recent student blog! Find out more, and how you can combine your courses effectively by clicking the link below. #ThisisAmbrose #DoubleMajor
Graduating with a university degree is no small task! A few Ambrose Business grads and senior students share about their overall experience and involvement at Ambrose, along with their post-graduate plans.
Christian #ministry at Ambrose #Seminary will demand a great deal from you: it will challenge you academically, personally, and #spiritually, while equipping you with all the necessary skills to purse your career.
Should Canada adopt supply chain legislation? Ambrose business associate professor Angie Redecopp presented recently to the responsible sourcing working group of the Retail Council of Canada as they work on their response to the federal government's supply chain consultation. #betterbusiness
14 Ambrose students recently travelled to Costa Rica to experience #Ecology and #Biodiversity! To discover the weird and wonderful things they came across on their journey, click the link below! #Science #UniversityTrip
The below article reviews the 2018 Soul of the Next Economy Forum roundtable discussions and sets out a framework for how to move from our present state to an envisioned future state of responsible business. We are really looking forward to what comes out of 2019’s sessions! https://loom.ly/R4s624E
Ambrose Business professor, Tim Vanderpyl, pulled together a great group to advise on our HR stream. Along with HR, we offer accounting, marketing, entrepreneurship, and business intelligence! #AmbroseBusiness
This Fall semester, explore BUS 280 - 1 Marketing! This course introduces the fundamental concepts and principles of #marketing, including topics such as analysis of customer behaviour, market segmentation and trend analysis. #BusinessDegree
The Chair of the Ambrose Arts Department and Director of Theatre, Barrett Hileman, received a very favourable review for his work in the Canadian Badlands Passion Play by the Calgary Herald, and we're so proud!
Explore ACC 425 - 1 Introduction to Taxation! An excellent resource for anyone looking to get into #business or #accounting, learn about personal and corporate Canadian #income tax systems, and the how tax can impact business decisions.
Ambrose Professors Monetta Bailey and Joel Thiessen have a book coming out on Millenials. You can pre-order it today through the Ambrose Bookstore!
The Millennial Mosaic: How Pluralism and Choice Are Shaping Canadian Youth and the Future of Canada
There’s a lot of consternation about the Millennial generation — Canada’s youngest adults born since the mid-1980s and now reaching their thirties. But the speculation has not been accompanied by sound and comprehensive information — until now.
If you know someone who is lonely or going through a difficult time, we encourage you to reach out to them today. Even the smallest act of kindness can make a big difference! #BeTheLight #CheerUpTheLonelyDay
Ambrose Alumnus Derek Selinger appeared on Penn & Teller: Fool Us. His episode aired July 1. Find out what happened backstage just before he went on. Little acts of kindness make big differences in the people we interact with!
We all look forward to a bit of R & R over summer break, but it's also essential to keep your mind sharp! From reading to learning a new skill, here are 12 ways you can keep your brain active over the summer season! ☀️ #ThisisAmbrose #HealthyMind
This Fall semester, explore BIO 211 - 1 Principles of #Genetics. This course examines the principles of heredity, Mendelian laws, as well as basic concepts of gene structure & function, gene regulation, and genetic recombination!
Are you part of the Ambrose At Large community? They offer many great free resources for ministry and everything has been contributed by community members in the front-lines of ministry and leading edges of ministry research.