Concordia students are putting sustainability into action as residents of the EcoHouse, a new initiative coordinated by the President’s Sustainability Council.
Dr. Eboo Patel, a renowned interfaith leader and author, met with Concordia students, faculty and staff, and spoke at a public forum open to the community. Student groups such as Better Together are working toward building the interfaith movement on campus.
Darnell Carter '75 worked as an assistant prosecuting attorney for 28 years, working on cases for some of the worst crimes imaginable. Find out what led him back to teaching.
For nearly 50 years, Concordia has believed that spending time in another culture is a valuable and necessary part of a student’s education. It’s why the college developed short-term study abroad programs to appeal to a large number of students rather than a select few. Here are photographs of some of the students who studied abroad in May.
Dr. Heidi Manning, professor of physics, is a member of the scientific team that analyzed data and recreated experiments conducted by Curiosity, the rover that landed on Mars in August.
Some may call them savants. Others might dismiss them as “artistic types” with reclusive habits of spending long hours locked in a studio. But for some Concordia professors and alumni, the drive to compose music far outweighs the sacrifices they have made to get where they are today.
Bradley Edin '79 gives to Concordia annually by endowing two scholarships named after family members and also has made a gift to the college in his estate plans.
A group of nine alumnae have been writing letters in a round robin for the past 62 years. Read about some of their memories.
Dr. Carl Bailey '40, professor emeritus of physics, former dean of the college and author of Concordia’s mission statement, left a legacy when he died in September.