Concordia St. Paul News

Highlighting offbeat attractions and quirky must-see sights for travelers was the inspiration for the hand-drawn maps associate professor of English and journalism Eric Dregni created for a number of books he has authored. Those drawings, which Dregni drew himself, are now on display in the lobby of the Buetow Music Center Auditorium in an exhibition titled A Writer’s Maps.… Read More


Concordia University’s Center for Hmong Studies has been selected as one of a number of cultural institutions across the United States as a partner for the Smithsonian Institute’s Museum Day Live! event on March 12, 2016. Held during Women’s History Month, this “special edition” of Smithsonian’s signature Museum Day Live!… Read More

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Concordia University, St. Paul has partnered with Virtual Education Software, inc. (VESi) to offer online continuing education courses for teachers. This arrangement provides professional educators a convenient and affordable avenue for re-licensure or career advancement by offering Continuing Education Units (CEU).… Read More

Concordia University, St. Paul’s College of Arts and Letters presents A Celebration of the Humanities, February 10-12. The event is an eclectic sampling of research, study, creative expression in the Humanities, featuring distinguished guests and faculty from the College of Arts and Letters.… Read More


Biology faculty member Dr. Amanda Brosnahan acted as editor for a volume on the topic of superantigens in the lab protocol series Methods in Molecular Biology, published by Springer. Dr. Brosnahan, who began teaching at Concordia University, St. Paul in 2013, worked extensively in the area of superantigens during her graduate and post-doctoral research.… Read More