• Compassion Unleashed: Concordia seeks to add another comfort dog to its canine care team

    The sad day is approaching when Concordia will lose one of its most dogged workers to retirement.

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  • 2020 School of Arts & Sciences Reading List

    As the end of the year draws near and you start planning for 2020, make some time to build a reading list. Reading provides a myriad of benefits beyond just increasing your knowledge; it can also help you develop your critical thinking skills, improve your memory, help you sleep better, and more.

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  • 2019 Gift Guide for Working Professionals

    The holiday season is nearly upon us and with it comes the usual flurry of parties, tree decorating, tradition reliving, and gift-giving. Before you get stressed and start researching ways to avoid it all, I want to invite you to take a look at our gift guide. It just might be the perfect solution to all of your holiday stress—at least the gift-giving portion of it.

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  • Exercise Science vs Athletic Training: Which Path Is Right for You?

    How does exercise impact the body? What does a healthy fitness routine look like? Is there such a thing as an exercise program that works for everyone?

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  • Faculty Spotlight: Dr. Katherine Liesener

    Interested in the faculty members behind our programs? Get to know them through our monthly faculty spotlight.

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  • November 27, 2018
    WUWM 89.7 Milwaukee's NPR

    Concussion treatment changes as football rolls on

    Concordia's Sports Medicine Director Angela Steffen says she's seen a change in how injured players are handled at her school.

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  • Athletic Training Beyond the Field

    Opportunities within the athletic training profession are constantly increasing and diversifying. Have you considered any emerging settings?

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