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The November Virtual Conversation is Nov. 17.
Prestigious awards were presented to Concordia College faculty and staff this fall.
Concordia College announces the 2020 Alumni Achievement Awards.
The Lorentzsen Center for Faith and Work is holding a six-part program of online panel conversations exploring “good work and its future” in 2020-21.
Concordia announces change to its academic structure and launches a new pricing structure.
Concordia Language Villages has selected Mary Maus Kosir as its incoming executive director.
Concordia College has been selected to receive a NetVUE Vocation across the Academy Grant.
Cmdr. Brian C. Kesselring, a 2000 Concordia graduate and Fargo native, and Tara (Steuber) Wilson, a 2006 graduate and native of Perham, Minn., have been named Sent Forth recipients by Alumni Relations.
Seniors Daniel Weisbrod III and Hannah Jahner received awards from the American Association of Teachers of French (AATF).
Concordia College was awarded a $1.2 million National Science Foundation Robert Noyce Teaching Scholarship grant to implement the Mathematics Teacher-Leaders Honors Program.