Roland C. Weisbrot, BA
Master of Divinity (Doctrinal Theology), Institute of Lutheran Theology, 2018 – current
Bachelor of Arts (History) and (Christian Studies: Biblical Interpretation), Ambrose University, Magna Cum Laude, 2014 – 2018
French Immersion Program, University of Saint Anne, Summer 2012
Calgary Christian High School, Honor Student, 2014
Tutor Doctor, Tutor, 2018 – present
Evangelical Office of the Public Square, Part-Time Columnist, 2016 – present
Ambrose University History Department, Undergraduate Research Assistant, 2016 – 2018
Museum of the Highwood, Collections Assistant, 2017
Canadian Poverty Institute at Ambrose University, Undergraduate Research Assistant, 2016
Tim Hortons, Supervisor, 2014 – 2016
“In the Shadow of the Poor Law: Alberta Provincial Responses to Child Poverty,” Paper published by the Canadian Poverty Institute, Ambrose University, Calgary, AB, (Forthcoming)
Refugee Stories: The Immigration and Resettlement of Germans in Western Canada, 1947 to 1960, Ambrose University, 2015 – present
Placing Memory in High River’s Built Environment, Ambrose University, 2015
“Chaos, Challenge, and Cooperation: An Inquiry into Post-War Ethnic German Migration and Resettlement in Canada,” Paper presented at the Ambrose Research Conference, Calgary, AB, April 2018.
‘“How Do You Solve a Problem Like Maria?’ An Examination of Martin Luther’s Views on the Virgin Mary,” Paper presented at the Ambrose Research Conference, Ambrose University, Calgary, AB, April 2018.
“In the Shadow of the Poor Law: Alberta Provincial Responses to Child Poverty,” Paper presented at the Ambrose Research Conference, Ambrose University, Calgary, AB, March 2017.
“History, Memory, and Community-Based Participatory Research in an Undergraduate History Program – A Roundtable Discussion,” Paper presented at the Conference on Faith and History, Regent University, Virginia Beach, VA, October 2016.
“In the Shadow of the Poor Law: A History of State Responses to Child Poverty in Alberta,” Paper presented at the Conference on Faith and History: Undergraduate Student Conference, Regent University, Virginia Beach, VA, October 2016.
“Let Toys-R-Us Die with Dignity,” Article published by the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE), April 2018.
“Ideas So Great They are Above Questioning,” Opinion Editorial published by The Post Millennial, March 2018.
“You’ll Never Guess What Canada Has Decided to Tax,” Article published by the Foundation for Economic Education (FEE), October 2017.
“Luther on Prayer,”
- Presented at Faith Calgary in Calgary, Alberta, February/March 2018.
“Martin Luther and the German Reformation,”
- Presented at St. Matthews Lutheran Church in Calgary, Alberta, December 2017.
- Presented at Faith Calgary in Calgary, Alberta, October 2017.
Awards & Honours & Scholarships
Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award, Gold Award, 2013
Scholarships (Including Declined)
University of Calgary Policy School Entrance Scholarship, 2018 (Value: $7500, Declined)
Jason Lang Scholarship, 2015, 2016, and 2017 (Value: $1000)
William Draper Memorial Scholarship, 2015 and 2017 (Value: $1200)
Christian High School Scholarship, 2014 (Value: $12 000)
Alexander Rutherford Scholarship, 2014 (Value: $3500)
Students for Liberty, Regional Director of the Prairies, 2017 – present
Foundation for Economic Education, Campus Ambassador, 2017 – 2018
Lutheran Hospital Ministries of Southern Alberta, Visitor, 2012 – 2017
Westview Seniors’ Lodge, Visitor/Activity Involvement, 2010 – 2013; 2015 – 2016
Youth Volunteer Corps, Various Positions, 2009
Heritage Park, Various Positions, 2008 – 2009
English – Native
French – Elementary
Masoretic Hebrew – 2 Semesters
Koine Greek – 2 Semesters