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More recent news from Concordia
School of Arts and Sciences, StudentsCUW’s computer science department hosts fourth annual hackathon http://blog.cuw.edu/fourth-annual-hackathon/
Nearly 50 Concordia University Wisconsin students participated in the computer science department's fourth annual hackathon event this past weekend.
Being Christian in the Public Square http://blog.cuw.edu/being-christian-in-the-public-square/
Having served as special assistant to a United States President, deputy director of the White House Office of Public Liaison, communications director for a U.S. senator, and an author of a political memoir, Timothy Goeglein is a recognized name in American politics. At Concordia University Wisconsin, Goeglein holds another distinction as the man who planted the seed directly to former U.S. President George W. Bush, to speak at CUW’s 2004 commencement ceremonies.
Advancement, Alumni, Batterman School of Business, Graduate Studies, MBA, Online MBACUW sets groundbreaking date for The Robert W. Plaster Free Enterprise Center http://blog.cuw.edu/plaster-groundbreaking-date/
Concordia University Wisconsin will break ground next week on an approximately 41,000-square-foot academic building that will support entrepreneurial collaboration and health care innovation.
Graduate Studies, School of Health ProfessionsCUW physician assistant students broaden their horizons through international rotations http://blog.cuw.edu/physician-assistant-international-rotations/
There is oftentimes an assumption that health care systems outside of the U.S. are inferior, observes Michael Toppe, an assistant professor in Concordia University Wisconsin’s physician assistant program.
Batterman School of BusinessConcordia’s Healthcare Economics Summit explores a better way for health care http://blog.cuw.edu/concordias-healthcare-economics-summit-explores-a-better-way-for-health-care/
“The nation’s health care crisis is bigger than what any one segment can tackle alone. It’s time that everyone gets involved in health care.”
Check out the spring 2018 issue of CUW’s official magazine
The latest issue of the Concordian features stories about the university’s “Live Uncommon” brand launch, two international alumni who are spicing up the Milwaukee restaurant scene, and an education professor’s efforts to unify schools to tackle disparities in academic achievement.
Difference maker: a CUW professor gains recognition for his service and career accomplishments
Editor's note: This story first appeared in the spring 2018 issue of the Concordian, the official magazine of Concordia University Wisconsin.