Concordia has a high number of alumni who are serving or formerly served with the Peace Corps. Here are some of their stories.
Concordia is sending more graduates with the Young Adults in Global Mission program than any other ELCA college. Eleven graduates are going to all parts of the globe to serve their neighbors.
Living by faith could easily be Nathalie Fida Lassang’s life motto. God has provided everything she’s needed to practice medicine in Cameroon.
Amidst a sea of criticism of higher education, Dr. William J. Craft affirmed the necessity of the liberal arts during his inaugural address.
Girls in Cambodia live in constant danger of sex trafficking. Sharing the field with some of these girls motivated the Concordia women's soccer team to take a stand.
Instead of writing a research paper, Dr. Mona Ibrahim had her psychology students work on improving Wikipedia.
Harry Brown is making a Concordia education possible for students from the Department of Defense Dependents Schools.
The Rev. Tessa Moon Leiseth shares how God called her and her family to South Africa.
A student research team participated in a global project that may someday lead to a cure for meningitis.