NewCOVID-19 Resources, Spotlight, Year in Review
Hearts Together, Six Feet Apart: A COVID Conscious Return
NewBatterman School of Business, Career Services, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Graduate Studies, School of Health Professions, Speech, Language, & Hearing Clinic, The Robert W Plaster Free Enterprise Center
Clients sought for Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic reopening
NewAlumni, Live Uncommon, School of Education, Students
Third conversation on social justice scheduled Wednesday evening
NewConcordia Experts, School of Pharmacy
5 biblical plants with medicinal properties
In The Media
TMJ4: Teachers, students advocate for music programs this fall
TMJ4: Concordia urban education experts weigh in on MPS return plan
NBC TODAY: Concordia alum goes above and beyond for her students
TMJ4: New rules released for international students amid COVID-19 pandemic
CUW in the News: Advice for parents on a fall 2020 school restart amid COVID
More recent news from Concordia
Batterman School of Business, Career Services, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Graduate Studies, School of Health Professions, Speech, Language, & Hearing Clinic, The Robert W Plaster Free Enterprise CenterClients sought for Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic reopening https://blog.cuw.edu/clients-sought-for-speech-language-and-hearing-clinic-reopening/
Concordia's Speech, Language and Hearing Clinic is seeking new clients from the community for its projected reopening on August 31.
Alumni, Live Uncommon, School of Education, StudentsThird conversation on social justice scheduled Wednesday evening https://blog.cuw.edu/third-conversation-on-social-justice-scheduled-wednesday-evening/
The third of a three-part discussion this summer on social justice sponsored by Concordia University Wisconsin's Black Student Union (BSU), will be held this Wednesday, August 5, at 6 pm CT.
Achievements, School of Pharmacy, SummerPharmacy professor has essay published on benefits of parks during pandemic https://blog.cuw.edu/pharmacy-professor-has-essay-published-on-benefits-of-parks-during-pandemic/
Sandra Slater, PhD, MS, an associate professor in Concordia's School of Pharmacy, had an essay published earlier this month in the journal, Preventing Chronic Disease, part of a special supplement, "US Public Health Response to Covid-19 and Chronic Disease: Continuing the Commitment to Improve Population Health."
Admissions, Athletics, Live UncommonNorthern Athletics Collegiate Conference Postpones Fall Semester Conference Competitions and Championship Events https://blog.cuw.edu/northern-athletics-collegiate-conference-postpones-fall-semester-conference-competitions-and-championship-event/
The Northern Athletics Collegiate Conference (NACC), Concordia's main athletic conference, today announced the difficult decision to postpone all conference regular-season competitions and championship events through December 31, 2020 due to COVID-19. Falcon student athletes were notified of the decision on Friday.
Fine Arts, Music, School of Arts and Sciences, StudentsHannah Engwall awarded $2,500 American Guild of Organists scholarship https://blog.cuw.edu/hannah-engwall-awarded-2500-american-guild-of-organists-scholarship/
Hannah Engwall, a senior Parish Music major from St. Petersburg, Florida, was recently awarded a $2,500 scholarship sponsored by the Bridgeport, Connecticut Chapter of The American Guild of Organists (AGO).
Check out the spring/summer 2020 issue of CUW’s official magazine
The latest issue of the Concordian includes stories about the growth-minded individuals who make up Concordia’s newest doctorate program, a new space on campus that’s providing a big platform for innovation, and the Concordia designers who got called up to the pro-level.
8 impressive research efforts underway at Concordia University Wisconsin
This list first appeared in the fall 2018 issue of the Concordian, the official magazine of Concordia University Wisconsin.