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Concordia’s Kate Larson has been chosen as one of two individuals to receive the 2016 New Professional of the Year Award by the Minnesota College Professionals Association (MPCA). Larson, who is the coordinator at CSP’s Community Action, Leadership, and Learning Center (CALL), will be presented the award at the MPCA’s annual fall conference Nov.… Read More

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Concordia University, St. Paul posted record enrollment for the third consecutive year as the office of institutional research reported an overall headcount of 4,535 students at the Fall 2016 census, an increase of 155 from a year ago. The total includes full and part time students enrolled in CSP’s traditional undergraduate, adult undergraduate, and graduate programs.… Read More

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Concordia senior communication studies students Chris Arionus and Cydi Yang were one of six teams selected as finalist to present at the 2016 Washington Media Scholars Foundation’s Media Plan Case Competition in Washington, D.C. this past summer.

Students were challenged to create a strategic media plan based on a hypothetical public policy issue.… Read More

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When the Minnesota Vikings take the field this season Concordia mathematics graduate Rex Johnson (’16) will play a small, but important role in the teams’ overall success by using his technical skills to help evaluate position players using advanced analytics.

Hired full time by the Vikings this past spring as a research analyst – a newly created position within the team’s emerging analytics department – his path to the National Football League began at CSP by way of an internship he had with Vikings his senior year.… Read More

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Rev. Vernon Gundermann (Acad. ’55, J.C. ’57) went to be with his Savior Jesus on Friday, Sept. 16. Vern was a loving husband of 55 years to his wife Betty (Lorenz, J.C. ’58) and a proud father to Peter Gundermann, Mary (Michael) Williams, Sarah (Michael) McCarthy, and Thomas (Amy, ’99) Gundermann.… Read More

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