Due to winter weather conditions, class will be held virtually. Practices and activities may be virtual, canceled, or optional. Designated employees should report as assigned. Other employees should notify supervisors if it unsafe to get to campus. Check your cord.edu email for more information.
The Lorentzsen Center for Faith and Work continues its exploration of the question “How do we build a more trustworthy world?” in April’s: “Religious Resilience in the Face of Political Challenges” with Dr. Paul Djupe.
The Neuroscience program announces the 2023 Nornes Lectureship in Neuroscience featuring Dr. Chandra Jackson, “Understanding and Addressing Structural Racism and Health Inequities: The ‘Sleep Exposome Across the Life Course’ Example.”
The Lorentzsen Center for Faith and Work continues its exploration of the question “How do we build a more trustworthy world?” in March’s: “Journalism and Democracy” from noon-1 p.m. CDT Thursday, March 30, with Christine Emba.