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  • CUW students set out to change lives, one school takeover at a time

    Determined to impact young students’ lives, more than three dozen students from Concordia University Wisconsin descended upon Northwest Lutheran School on Thursday to talk about goal-setting, college readiness, and the importance of striving for success in school.

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  • CUW’s computer science department hosts fourth annual hackathon

    Nearly 50 Concordia University Wisconsin students participated in the computer science department's fourth annual hackathon event this past weekend.

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  • Registration opens April 16 for Servants of Christ Conference

    Registration for the July Servants of Christ Conference at Concordia opens on April 16.

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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 to put community collectibles up for auction

    The Greater Milwaukee area’s art donations will become another’s treasures during Concordia University Wisconsin’s upcoming Art for Art Scholarship Auction.

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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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  • 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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  • Concordia Announces Unique Service Learning Minor

    With a dedication to its mission to prepare students for “service to Christ in the Church and the world,” Concordia University Wisconsin is introducing a new minor: Christian Service Learning and Leadership.

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  • February 13, 2018
    News, School of Arts and Sciences

    Biblical Ethics Conference Addresses Christian Response to Right and Wrong

    A Biblical Ethics Conference Friday and Saturday, March 2-3 will aim to inform pastors, lay people and youth about the interaction between today’s world and biblical ethics.

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  • New Director, New Kind of Ministry

    Concordia University Wisconsin has launched a new program that aims to meet the needs of the Church by training called workers who can play a vital support role to pastors in congregations.

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