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President Tom Ries was awarded the 2019 ALDE Outstanding Executive Director Award. The ALDE Awards for Excellence in Philanthropy recognize those who go above and beyond in answering God’s call to serve others. The Oustanding Executive Award is designed to honor a deserving CEO or president who serves the Lutheran church through good deed an example; attributes of the ALDE Outstanding Executive are visionary leadership, effectiveness in management and fundraising, inspirational leadership of staff and volunteer constituency, boldness in proclaiming the importance of Christian stewardship through public speaking or writing, and commitment to the mission of the church beyond the sphere of his/her organization.… Read More
February 6, 2019Embracing Change: Checking Out CSP’s Library Updates
If you’ve paid a visit to the CSP Library in the past several months, you’ve likely noticed a few changes to its space. These changes include minimal things like new blue paint on the library’s interior columns and more noticeable changes like empty bookshelves and the return of certain student services to the library including the Help Desk, Writing Center, and Multilingual Language Lab.… Read More
February 6, 2019Spring Enrollment Growth Continues
Concordia University, St. Paul’s spring enrollment grew nearly 4 percent compared to the same time last year, marking the 13th consecutive spring semester CSP has posted enrollment growth. The Office of Institutional Reporting officially listed the spring semester headcount at 4,857 students, a gain of 183 from a year ago.… Read More
October 18, 2018Board of Regents Announce National Search for CSP’s 10th President
The Board of Regents of Concordia University, St. Paul has announced the launch of a national search for the University’s 10th president. The search is overseen by the Board and follows Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod bylaws.
September 21, 2018Dr. Cheng Thao Selected for Google Faculty in Residence Program
CSP Computer Science Professor Dr. Cheng Thao was selected to take part in Google’s Faculty in Residence program during the summer of 2018.
The program is an immersive professional development program that engages computer science faculty who serve underrepresented populations in the tech industry.… Read More