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From inexpensive essentials to fun gadgets, this list covers our top picks for tech that will help you trick out your dorm room and prepare for life in college without busting your wallet.
Kelly Haagenson ’07 is inspired by her time at Concordia as she lives out the college’s mission through her work at Medtronic.
In his role as the 2020 Orientation Chair, Carson Selander ’21 hopes to help first-year students transition into the Concordia community.
Tuba performance major Perry Brennan ’21 hopes to seize the knowledge he gained from Concordia music faculty to educate and inspire future musicians.
When choosing Concordia, Anh Nguyen ’21 knew she would have ample undergraduate research opportunities both on campus and through Cobber connections.
A group of students explores environmental policy and sustainability during a High Impact Leadership Trip through the American West.
Fulbright Scholar Alex Rankin ’19 was Concordia’s first student to graduate with a double major in Chinese and education, a program the college recently started offering.
An undergraduate research opportunity analyzing enzymes led Zach Strickland ’21 to career aspirations and the essential skills to be a scientist.
As a career coach in Concordia’s Career Center, Katie Burington ’11 helps guide Cobbers through the unknowns of life following graduation.
As a naturalist intern for the Department of Natural Resources, Sally Nelson ’20 planned and led programs at state parks in Minnesota.