TWU picks Kuhn for president

Trinity Western University has made it official. Bob Kuhn was made the president.

Kuhn is the fourth president in Trinity’s history.

His inauguration Nov. 6 featured more than 1,000 students as well as staff, alumni, faculty and guests. Guests includes representatives from Kings University, Simon Fraser University, Ambrose University, Tyndale University College and Seminary, and Columbia Bible Institute.

“I consider it a privilege to be able to serve this most extraordinary university,” Kuhn said. “I accept the challenges that seem to go with the role, recognizing that the course ahead is uncharted. I do so not because I am qualified for the job in my own strength, but because I believe that I have been called to serve here.”

Board Chair Lorne Jacobson Jacobson presented Kuhn with the President’s Medallion and invited representatives, including President Emeritus R. Neil Snider, Ph.D., Alumni Association President Aaron Fedora, and University Siy:am Patricia Victor to pray.

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