Somebody had to take the place of Bruce Vieweg after he finally retired. Somebody had to rise to the challenge of living up to Vieweg’s apologetic interruptions to our days. That person is Erik Ramstad. Ramstad started working at Concordia College in 1997. Since 2010, he has maintained the position
Despite a mid-October announcement stating retirement plans, Bruce Vieweg, chief information officer, has decided to cancel those plans indefinitely. “I’ve been known to change my mind,” Vieweg said. Vieweg made the counter-announcement Monday on Facebook, claiming: “the summer of 2017. I’ve determined that the time simply isn’t right . .
This May, Bruce Vieweg will ask that you excuse his intrusion to your day one last time. Vieweg, whose emails, bow ties and Monopoly Man moustache have become as symbolic of the Concordia spirit as Kernel Cobb himself, has announced his intention to retire at the end of the academic year.
Students were frustrated, parents called in and Bruce Vieweg, chief information officer at Concordia, tried to keep it all under control. Registration for Spring 2013 became a mess when Banner, the program used for registration, became overloaded and students were locked out. Errors with the system occurred on both Thursday
It’s 3:30 a.m. and Bruce Vieweg is intruding into your day. Judging by your C-port email inbox, this may look like an infrequent occurrence, but Vieweg voluntarily starts his day, everyday, at 3:30 a.m. “I like those early hours,” he said. Vieweg is chief information officer and associate provost at