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Campus & Community

Meyer Memorial Trust grant helps build capacity for 3 to PhD collaboration

Grant supports evaluation efforts to help 3 to PhD® close the education gap

February 27, 2018 - Meyer Memorial Trust has awarded the 3 to PhD collaboration a three-year grant of $156,035 to support evaluation, data sharing, and collaborative analysis.

In an effort to help break the cycle of generational poverty and inequality, 3 to PhD aims to create safer, healthier and more educated communities by reducing health disparities and increasing educational attainment for historically underserved and vulnerable populations.

Concordia Honors Rev. W.G. Hardy Jr.

Dear Concordia Community,

Today, we were saddened to learn of Rev. W. G. Hardy Jr.’s passing. Pastor Hardy touched so many lives, including the lives of students, faculty and staff at Concordia University-Portland. We pray for Pastor Hardy, his family, friends, his Highland Christian Center congregation, and for the entire community, during this challenging time.

All student clubs invited, included

Update to club charter renewal process

Concordia University-Portland is currently updating all its student club charters to align with university club and events policies. This follows an Oct. 13, 2017 action by the university’s Board of Regents to ensure that all policies are applied equally to all student clubs.

Concordia University-Portland values and supports diversity, equity and inclusion. 

KGW Features CU, Faubion, and 3 to PhD

Lifelong learning and community involvement

Portland’s NBC Affiliate, KGW News Channel 8 featured 3 to PhD as a new model for lifelong education and community involvement on Wednesday, January 10, 2018.

Watch as reporter Joey Harrington tours and talks with Faubion School families about wrap-around services that ensure basic needs are met to help close the opportunity gap so all children in school are ready to learn. Click the image below to watch the video.

K103 Interview Features 3 to PhD

Concordia’s College of Education Dean Sheryl Reinisch Talks 3 to PhD®

Concordia University’s College of Education Dean Sheryl Reinisch and Faubion School Principal Jen McCalley talk about a new model for education, 3 to PhD®, about how it began, partnership, sharing a new building, preparing future educators, closing the opportunity gap, and more, during a 20-minute interview that first aired Dec. 3, 2017.

Listen to the interview here.

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