Supportive Faculty

We know that making the transition to college is a big step. Luckily, the faculty at Concordia are vested in your academic progress and are here to support you in all your academic pursuits. We'll help you discover your strengths and connect your passions to your life’s work.

In the Classroom

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Communicating With Compassion

Warm and humble in demeanor, Dr. Cindy Larson-Casselton is the chair of the communication studies and theatre art department. With more than 30 years of teaching experience at Concordia, students who have interacted with her can attest to her kindness, thoughtful listening, and empathy for others.

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This is Dr. Matthew ArchMiller

Fascinated by plasma and fusion energy, Dr. Matthew Archmiller utilizes his experience and research opportunities to instill a love of learning and research in his physics students.

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Experiences Beyond the Classroom

Our faculty are researchers, artists, musicians, scholars and authors, and regularly involve Concordia students in their research and creative endeavors – doing the kind of work that graduate students usually do. 

Working side by side with our accomplished faculty, you are sure to gain considerable advantages as you compete for prestigious graduate school placements and career opportunities.

Our faculty are widely respected in their fields and are always looking for new ways to pursue new accomplishments in their field, and to show their students how it's done.

Amy Watkin, English Professor

We teach the whole student. With the way our world and economy is right now, we need graduates to be prepared for any number of outcomes and any number of opportunities.

What separates the classroom experience at Concordia from those at other colleges and universities?