Concordia St. Paul News

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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Around 35 students from Concordia St. Paul will help staff hospitality chalets at the upcoming 2016 Ryder Cup golf tournament held at Hazeltine National Golf Club in Chaska, Minn., Sept. 27-Oct. 2.

CSP associate professor of sport management Dr. Steve Ross, who was recommended to Ryder Cup organizers, helped arrange the opportunity for students to work alongside the tournament’s corporate hospitality group.… Read More

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Concordia University, St. Paul is ranked fourth nationally by Washington Monthly in the 2016 Best Colleges for Adult Learners category. This ranking designates Concordia as not only the fourth overall nationally, but also as the best college in the state of Minnesota for adult learners.… Read More


Associate professor of biology Dr. Mary Ann Yang has been recognized by INSIGHT Into Diversity as one of its 2016 Inspiring Women in STEM. This award honors women who inspire and encourage a new generation of young women to consider careers in the fields of fields of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM), through mentoring, teaching, research, and successful programs and initiatives.… Read More