Thank you for your dedication to your students David Boggs professor of painting and director, graphic design, Art, 31 years Dr. Marilyn Guy professor of Education, 40 years Dr. Gretchen Harvey assistant professor of History, 20 years Linda James assistant professor of Nutrition and Dietetics, 19 years Dr. Linda JohnsonContinue Reading

“My biggest inspiration is definitely my track family. That’s my teammates, my coaches, and all of my supporters who show up at the most important meets I have. Even in an individual sport you need that encouragement. There’ll be times when I have a lot of self doubt about whatContinue Reading

“During the 2016-2017 academic year I will be an English Teaching Assistant in Germany, in which I will be able to work with students in helping to create an understanding between German-American cultures while engaging in language learning. In this regard, I am able to immerse myself in the German culture,Continue Reading

An article from last week’s paper reported Foster Beyers’ decision to take a new teaching position as orchestra director at James Madison University, and the future of Professor Kate Hamilton’s position. We would like to add the following corrections. Professor Capistran teaches string methods and is a violinist and conductor,Continue Reading

The Neuroscience program at Concordia is pleased to announce the inaugural Nornes Lectureship in Neuroscience March 14. The daylong event featuring student and faculty work will conclude with a lecture addressing the psychology and neuroscience of eating disorders by Dr. Stephen A. Wonderlich at 7 p.m. in the Centrum, KnutsonContinue Reading

The music department at Concordia College will present the Three Choirs Concert at 4 p.m. Sunday, March 13, in the Centrum, Knutson Campus Center. The choirs will perform a variety of music including “Holy is the Lord” by Jeffrey Ames, “Agnus Dei” by Vassili Kalinnikov, and “Kyrie Eleison” by HenkContinue Reading