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Experiencing peace and purpose through mindfulness, Rachael Schauer ’17 shares how she uses her degree to help others discover empowerment.
Prioritizing collaborative approaches to problem-solving, Dr. Ken Foster discusses his roles at Concordia and in the community.
Concordia Outdoor Recreation Club President Levi Kovic ’23 shares what makes CORC unique to other student organizations.
As president of Concordia’s Black Student Union who studies business and healthcare leadership, entrepreneur Musu Kromah ’22 strives to create accessible environments on campus and beyond.
Now working as a pediatric nurse, Anna Sprunger ’20 shares how she made the most of her college experience, combining the arts and sciences while also studying abroad.
Driven to create opportunities for his students, assistant professor of mathematics Dr. Mark Causapin applied for a National Science Foundation grant that covers tuition costs for 16 math education majors during their last two years at Concordia.
Career focused and determined, Isaiah Johnson ’22 shares how his internship at Revo Health gave him crucial work experience and connections.
Cobber Food Pantry reduces the barriers student face with food insecurity.
As the student manager of The Concordia Choir, Emily Oliversen ’22 shares her experience preparing for the annual Christmas concert.
Now in her second year in Concordia’s Center for Student Success, Rani Bezanson reflects on her role as the diversity support coordinator.