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Biography:

Dr. Cindy Aalders is Director of the John Richard Allison Library and Assistant Professor of the History of Christianity. As Library Director, Cindy works to provide excellent library resources through acquiring new books, subscribing to relevant journals and databases, and managing the various collections held by the library. She also oversees all library services, and supports such services by providing library instruction and research guidance through workshops, classroom teaching, and individual appointment. Cindy holds MCS and ThM degrees (both in Spiritual Theology) from Regent, and a DPhil (in History) from the University of Oxford.

To view her faculty profile, please go to Cindy Aalders.

 

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As Puritan Project Assistant, Dr. Adrea Johnson works on acquiring rare books, curating book displays, and lecturing to Regent classes on Allison Library's rare books and Puritan works. She holds an MA from Regent and a PhD in English (17th and 19th century literature) from the University of Alberta.  Adrea enjoys all bookshops, strong espresso, and reading by the sea.

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Shandelle Skaley is the Administrative Assistant at the John Richard Allison Library. She has a background in administration, event planning, and volunteer coordination and enjoys creative problem solving and creating systems of administration. She also enjoys great coffee, food, and spending time exploring the BC west coast with her family. 

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Dannaya completed the Master of Library and Information Studies program at the University of British Columbia in 2019. During her time there she participated in a practicum placement at the John Richard Allison Library. She enjoyed the experience so much she decided to come back full time as the Technical Services Coordinator, overseeing the cataloguing and classification of library materials.

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Colton Whelpton serves the community at Regent College by maintaining the library’s wonderful collection of resources, assisting patrons, and overseeing a group of hardworking student employees. He is a proud father to Finnley and husband to Charlotte. Colton has an MATS (2021) from Regent College and is particularly interested in topics relating to technology, film, intentional community living, and new monasticism. Amidst these interests, you can also ask Colton about his newest playlist, his storytelling experiences, or his latest round of disc golf.