Campus & Community
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 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.
Concordia University will host a series of free, public, summer events on its Portland, Ore. campus at 2811 N.E. Holman St., unless otherwise noted. For a full list of events, visit http://www.cu-portland.edu/about/events/campus-calendar
Concordia conferred 2,331 degrees at its spring 2015 Commencement
Concordia University-Portland calls them servant leaders–college graduates who are equipped to make the world a better place.
New Partnership Creates Training Opportunity for Utility Companies
Emergency and disaster preparedness for utility companies – critical to keeping whole communities and their infrastructure safe – just received a boost.
A new training center to support incident management for the utility industry was announced today at the Western Energy Institute (WEI) Spring Operations Conference in Las Vegas.
Concordia University was recognized on the U.S. President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll for the sixth year in a row.
The President’s Honor Roll recognizes higher education institutions whose community service efforts achieve meaningful outcomes in their communities. This distinction is the highest federal recognition colleges and universities can receive for community service, service-learning, and civic engagement.
They say it’s a model that has never been tried before in education: A private college partnering with an impoverished public school to build a joint state-of-the-art facility that will house both.
It’s called the 3 to PhD Initiative, and it’s happening in Northeast Portland.