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Steve Rohr ’92 didn’t expect to be a red carpet regular, but the Oscars publicist says his training in forensics and student leadership positions helped him get there.
Jenna Collins ’16 applied both of her majors, heritage and museum studies and history, toward an internship at the Smithsonian in Washington, D.C.
As a transfer student, Quinn Anderson ’16 was only on campus for two years. But Anderson made the most of his abbreviated time at Concordia by singing in the choir, competing as a student-athlete, and working as a student ambassador.
As an iOS engineer at Nest Labs in Palo Alto, Calif., Nathan Nesiba ’13 regularly uses his liberal arts background to make the home an even more comfortable place.
From traveling the world to working in the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development, Megan John '13 has had a variety of learning experiences to help develop her passions.
When you meet Kristi Huber '98, you can't help but want to be around her. Her eyes twinkle as she greets you with a smile and a warm hug, genuinely glad that you're there.
Concordia was never part of my “plan.”
When Twin Cities viewers tune in to KARE 11 Sunrise each weekday morning, they are greeted with Emmy® award-winning anchor Cory Hepola’s infectious smile and positivity.
JoAnne Harris' list of accomplishments is extensive for being only 10 years out of Concordia.
Dr. Stephen A. Wonderlich, a 1978 Concordia graduate, spoke at the inaugural Nornes Lectureship in Neuroscience to address the link between emotions and bulimia nervosa.