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Campus & Community

A recipe for change

Oregon Business Magazine Features Concordia & Partners

A public-private partnership serves up a solution.

According to Portland Public School’s Faubion School Principal LaShawn Lee, “This is a university 122 steps away that is graduating the top teachers. And I had the need to have those teachers in my building,” she says. “We had to connect our institutions.”

Concordia Professor Walks for Peace

Dr. Ceiridwen Terrill will raise awareness about Hanford’s nuclear waste and clean-up

Join Concordia students, faculty and staff for a Send-off Rally on Oct. 8, 2-2:30 p.m. under the Portico of Concordia University’s George R. White Library & Learning Center. Beginning Oct. 9, follow Dr. Terrill on Instagram using hashtag #peaceORbust.

Innovative Housing Development Embeds Students in Community

Groundbreaking Celebration Reflects Community Contributions to New Concordia University Student Housing

Located at Northeast 16th Avenue and Killingsworth Street, 15 blocks from campus near the Alberta Arts District, the four-story development will include ground-level retail and 34-studio, one-bedroom, and two-bedroom apartments -- primarily for Concordia’s graduate-level students or married students.

Concordia Law Earns ABA Provisional Approval

Inaugural Graduates Celebrate Commencement Ceremonies August 8.

Concordia University School of Law has earned provisional approval from the American Bar Association (ABA). The ABA is the national accrediting agency authorized by the U.S. Department of Education.

“I’m delighted the ABA has recognized Concordia Law’s commitment to offering the highest quality legal education,” said Concordia Law’s Dean Cathy Silak. “In our third year of operation, we continue to achieve the key milestones we set out to accomplish for our students and for the greater community.”

Concordia's Shawn Daley Named an Apple Distinguished Educator

Concordia CIO & Professor Shawn Daley leads innovation in education

Shawn Daley, Concordia University-Portland’s Chief Innovation Officer (CIO) and an assistant professor in the College of Education, was selected to join the Apple Distinguished Educators Class of 2015.

As an Apple Distinguished Educator, Daley becomes a member of Apple’s select, handpicked community of education innovators.