CUW's classrooms and hallways are full of hundreds of new faces this semester, and 12 of those are new, full-time faculty members.
All new faculty are committed Christians who hold advanced degrees in their academic areas (10 of them with terminal degrees). At faculty orientation, these newest classroom leaders learned about what excellent teaching means at Concordia, ways to connect Christian faith with their courses, and university expectations for research and scholarship. New faculty members are solidly grounded in Concordia’s mission and well-prepared to help Concordia students develop in mind, body and spirit for service to Christ in the church and in the world.
Erin Regis Bailey
Assistant Professor of Speech and Language Pathology
Assistant Professor of Graduate Education
Assistant Professor of Pharmacy Practice
Professor of Speech-Language Pathology
Katherine Veerhusen (’14)
Assistant Professor of Undergraduate Nursing
Clinical Assistant Professor of Social Work
Associate Professor of Social Work
Audrey DiMaggio Fiore (’06)
Assistant Professor of Education (Counseling)
Lee Coleman (’11)
Assistant Professor of Physical Therapy
Assistant Professor of Biology
Associate Professor of Accounting & Business Analytics
Clinical Instructor of Physician Assistant Studies
— Madelyne Arrigoni is a sophomore studying English and Mass Communications. She plans to graduate in 2022.
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