image description

Campus & Community

Concordia Students Benefit From New Health & Wellness Center Partnership

Students will learn, and teach, a holistic model for wellness

Concordia University continues to expand its partnerships, providing students with hands on experience in their fields of study. On May 25, 2017 Concordia University joined The Portland Clinic, Pacific Foods and Venerable Properties for the groundbreaking of a new health and wellness center in NE Portland at 5035 NE Sandy Boulevard.

Concordia students will have the opportunity for experiential learning in The Portland Clinic’s new space and will serve as educators in the Pacific Foods classrooms.

Kaiser Permanente to Open Wellness Center at Faubion School+Concordia University

Collaboration grows for the 3 to PhD® movement

PORTLAND, Ore. – May 23, 2017 – Kaiser Permanente clinicians will provide a full range of primary care and dental services at the Kaiser Permanente 3 to PhD® Wellness Center, a 2,500 sq. ft. wing inside the new Faubion School + Concordia University facility opening this fall 2017. 

President's message of inclusion

An Open Letter of Inclusion to the Concordia Community

Concordia University Portland is rooted in the Christian faith, Lutheran understanding and heritage, and liberal arts tradition and does not tolerate hate in any form, whether covert or overt, in language or in deed. We value all of our students, and community, including those who bring diversity of gender identity and sexual orientation. Please join us in mending any divides and sharing God’s love for all humankind.

Podcast Features Gamification at CU

Concordia University Portland social work professors are gamifying their courses as they prepare a diverse population of 80 social work students to become transformational leaders.

LISTEN as CU professors share their experiences, outcomes and relevant research in a recent podcast as part of an inSocialWork Podcast Series. [Their interview begins at 4 minute mark.]

Pres Schlimpert response to executive orders

As you are all aware, new executive orders issued last week have changed immigration policies and raised concerns and created anxiety for many in our Concordia University community and those communities within which our students, faculty, and staff are called to serve. As a Lutheran Institution, we are called to servant leadership and to live out Jesus’s call to welcome people from all backgrounds and cultures. As we seek to fulfill our mission, we will continue to work with refugees, immigrants and serve those who are displaced.  

Guest Column on Constitutional Convention by Concordia Law Professor

McKay Cunningham shares perspective on possible Idaho legislation.

McKay Cunningham.jpg

Idaho’s lawmakers are considering legislation that would call for a Constitutional convention, which would allow for wholesale revision of the document at the center of our representational democracy.

From a constitutional law perspective, find out why it matters, and what you should know.

Pages