Posted on 7/26/2018 by Magazine Editorial Team - 7 minute read
Ramon Contreras, MA ’04, coordinator of Lutheran Border Concerns Ministries (LBCM) in San Diego, has established a unique partnership with his alma mater, hosting and training groups of CUI students annually as they build homes, serve at orphanages and worship in churches south of the border.
Posted on 7/6/2018 by Unknown - 4 minute read
Spending his summers on dairy farms and horse ranches, Noah envisioned a career as a large animal veterinarian. However, on his first day at Concordia, his plans changed. He credits the Marine Lab for igniting his passion for marine biology and directing him towards an unexpected and exciting career path.
Posted on 3/28/2018 by Unknown - 1 minute read
CUI held its second annual Latina Leadership Conference in October 2017, with panels of professionals addressing subjects like “Paying for College,” as well as breakout sessions on educational pathways in biology, nursing, fine arts and business.
Student Success and Motivation
Posted on 3/22/2018 by Magazine Editorial Team - 5 minute read
Not many people outlive their life insurance policies. At 100 years old, CUI donor Virginia Hoffman Slusser just did.
Posted on 3/20/2018 by Magazine Editorial Team - 2 minute read
For the first time, a research-quality astronomical observatory has been established in a U.S. National Park, and CUI’s efforts were crucial to making it happen.
Posted on 2/19/2018 by Unknown - 3 minute read
Before being tapped to lead a redesign of CUI’s Master’s of Arts in International Studies (MAIS) degree, Yi Schuler lived through momentous cultural changes in her own life. Born and educated in China, she came to the U.S. in 1998, and later became a key factor in the growth of Concordia’s MAIS program.
Posted on 7/13/2017 by Unknown - 1 minute read
The Reformation forever changed education. In Martin Luther’s day, formal education was reserved for boys. Specifically, it was for boys who would go on to be lawyers, doctors, or priests.