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This is Dr. Ahmed Kamel

Dr. Ahmed Kamel has computers and artificial intelligence down to a science.

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A Summer of Corn and Community

Emma Gjesdahl ’19 spent her summer eating copious amounts of corn and traveling across the Midwest as corn feed co-coordinator.

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Leveraging Intern Experience

From percussion ensemble to software application design to The Concordia Band, Jordan Yatckoske ’20 explores it all at Concordia.

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This is Coach Phil Moenkedick

Phil Moenkedick looks to carry on the tradition of success as head coach of the Cobber wrestling team.

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From Concordia to Congress

Coya Knutson, a 1934 graduate of Concordia College, was the first woman from Minnesota to be elected to the U.S. House of Representatives.

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Balancing Math and Music

From numbers to notes, Jack Fiskum ’19 excels in balancing his education in mathematics with his musical talents.

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Digging Up Opportunities

Most students can’t say they’ve dug up and studied fossils for college credit, but Sam Engrav ’21 can.

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Why Stay in Fargo-Moorhead After Graduation

Don't leave just yet. Upon graduation, there are countless opportunities waiting for you – including many in the Fargo-Moorhead area.

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Performing With Grace

Kaho Suda ’19 bravely left her comfort zone in Tokyo to venture out and study music at Concordia College.

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Why Spend Your Summer Break at Camp

Need to gain experience over the summer? Working at a Bible camp is a life-changing experience, grounded in faith, that prepares you in unexpected ways for your desired vocation.

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