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With an enthusiasm for science, Kate Loidolt ’24 gained experience conducting research with a Concordia grad at Harvard.
Moving to a new city can be daunting — especially from a place like the Twin Cities area to Fargo-Moorhead, a community that I had never visited until touring Concordia College.
As a pre-med student with a clear career path in mind, Luke Young ’24 appreciates the transforming aspect of a liberal arts education that Concordia College provides.
Associate professor of physics Dr. Thelma Berquó tells us about her background in geophysics and research opportunities for her and her students.
Moorhead City Council member Laura Caroon ’06 shares why the Fargo-Moorhead community is a great place to learn, grow your career, and make the changes you want to see.
With a passion for political science and community building, Quinn Wrigley '23 sees her courses come to life during an internship at Sen. John Hoeven's office on Capitol Hill.
Not only was she the only student from Minnesota to compete at the Interstate Oratory Association’s national tournament, but Abby Peterson ’24 reached the semifinals — making her one of the top 12 collegiate speakers in the nation.
As president and co-founder of Sonder, Abigail Vogeler ’23 promotes accessibility and inclusion for students with disabilities and mental health concerns.
AccuPower Solutions Founder Steve Swanson ’92 shares his journey in developing biomechanics technology, goals for the Department of Defense grant he received, and advice for current students.
Grounded in the value of giving back, this year’s Orientation Chair describes how his Concordia experience allows him to positively influence his community both on and off campus.