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  • Dr. Scheel earns Faculty Laureate

    Dr. Carrie Jo Scheel, Chair and Program Director of Concordia's Occupational Therapy Department, is this year's recipient of the Ronald L. Berg Faculty Laureate Award, voted upon by all full-time faculty.

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  • April 19, 2018
    Concordia Experts, Scholarship

    Pursue your passions: Dr. Sharon Chappy shares insights on the research process

    Dr. Sharon Chappy once joked that her husband always asks her why she decided to take on more work for less money.

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  • 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.

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  • Author talk: Valerie Locklair’s “Called to Defend”

    It's safe to say the average middle schooler won't enter high school without a firm grasp of the core competencies of education—or at least that's the hope. But is the same attention being paid to their ability to defend their faith?

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  • Concordia’s first pharmacy fellow trades pills for coffee creamer

    Who knew a coffee creamer could be so beneficial?

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  • 6 ways Concordia’s uncommon theology profs make CUW worth it

    I hadn’t thought that 60 minutes and three pieces of paper could change my life forever.

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  • February 27, 2018
    Concordia Experts, News

    Speech-language pathology professor receives statewide award

    The Wisconsin Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Association (WSHA) has awarded Angela Haendel the 2018 Student Mentor Award.

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  • Professor institutes novelties to Concordia theatre program

    Assistant Professor Lori Woodall-Schaufler brings more than a quarter-century of professional theatre experience in her commitment to Concordia theatre arts students on stage and in the classroom.

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  • February 21, 2018
    Concordia Experts

    Patience and dedication: traits forged through the research and grant-writing process

    Editor's Note: This is one in a series of blog posts written by Rachel Heil ('19) highlighting Concordia faculty members' research efforts.

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  • February 21, 2018
    Concordia Experts, News

    Author talk: Dr. Patrick Steele’s “Home of the Braves”

    When the struggling Boston Braves relocated to Milwaukee in March 1953, the city went wild for its new baseball team. Soon, the Braves were winning games, drawing bigger crowds than any team besides the Brooklyn Dodgers, and turning Hank Aaron, Eddie Mathews, and Warren Spahn into Hall of Famers. Within five years the team would win a World Series and two pennants.

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