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November 18, 2015 CSP Students Place 2nd at IT Case Study Competition

A team of students from Concordia University, St. Paul placed second overall at the Traveler’s IT Case Study Competition Nov. 16. The only first-time participant at the competition, Concordia’s team presented their study in front of judges at the insurance companies St. Paul headquarters. Concordia’s team was a mix of traditional, cohort and PSEO students. […]

November 17, 2015 Potential Athletics Schedule Changes this Week at Gangelhoff Center

With the Concordia-St. Paul volleyball team earning the number one seed in the upcoming NSIC Volleyball Tournament, the athletics department has announced a tentative weekend schedule that impacts the women’s and men’s basketball game times. The schedule changes are contingent on the volleyball team winning its quarterfinal round match against the eighth seed Minnesota State […]

November 12, 2015 Music’s Dr. Oleg Levin Awarded $10,000 Grant

Dr. Oleg Levin, adjunct professor of piano at Concordia University, St. Paul, has been awarded a $10,000 grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board. A member of CSP’s faculty since 2011, Dr. Levin is an active soloist and collaborative pianist locally, regionally and internationally. Through this grant Dr. Levin will advance the awareness of his […]

November 11, 2015 Dr. Chatman to Deliver 15th Annual Poehler Lecture

Dr. Cheryl Chatman, Executive Vice President and Dean of Diversity at Concordia University will deliver the 15th annual Poehler Lecture on Faith and Learning on March 8, 2016 at 7 p.m. in the Buenger Education Center. Dr. Chatman has served as the Executive Vice President and Dean of Diversity at Concordia University, St. Paul since […]

October 27, 2015 Center for Hmong Studies Featured on Public Radio International Program

The Center for Hmong Studies at Concordia University, St. Paul was recently featured on Public Radio International’s (PRI) The World program which included interviews with Hmong Center Director Lee Pao Xiong. PRI visited the Center for Hmong Studies on Concordia’s campus to capture pictures and video of some of the artifacts on display and to […]

Concordia Events
November 19, 2015 Amanda Porter Senior Exhibition

Senior art exhibition featuring work by Amanda Porter at the H. Williams Teaching Gallery. Opening reception Thursday, Nov. 19, 5-7 p.m.

November 19, 2015 Keren Kroul: Charted Memories and Thought Formations

Art installation at the Concordia Gallery featuring work by Keren Kroul titled Charted Memories and Thought Formations. Opening reception Thursday, Nov. 19, 5-7 p.m. Keren Kroul works with watercolor on paper, creating dense organic formations from small meticulous lines, colorful patterns, and delicate washes. Across small notebook-sized pieces and large-scaled multi-paneled paintings, crystalline images are […]

November 28, 2015 Men’s Basketball vs. Peru State (Neb.) December 2, 2015 Convocation: Breaking Free – Trafficking 101

This convocation provides an introduction to Breaking Free’s services and programs for victims and survivors of sex trafficking and sexual exploitation, an overview of sex trafficking in Minnesota, and ways to help.  It will also discuss community advocacy and how they can be involved in prevention and intervention of sex trafficking.

December 4, 2015 The Work of Christmas Begins – 2015 Fine & Performing Arts Christmas Concert

Celebrate the Christmas season in Word and song with Concordia University, St. Paul at its annual Fine and Performing Arts Christmas Concert, December 4-6, 2015, at the Buetow Music Center Auditorium. This year’s concert, “The Work of Christmas Begins”, features performances by Concordia’s Christus Chorus, Jubilate choir and Handbell Ensemble. Concert times: Friday, December 4, […]

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