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Concordia University Chicago’s University Band will perform its annual Fall Family Concert on Friday, September 26, 2014. The concert begins at 8 p.m. in the Werner Auditorium/Chapel of Our Lord on the school’s River Forest campus. Admission is free.
On Sunday, August 24, Concordia University Chicago celebrated the installation of the Rev. Dr. Daniel L. Gard as its the eleventh president. The ecclesiastical rite took place as part of the University’s Service of Praise at the Opening of the 151st Academic Year.
Concordia-Chicago will host a live, dramatic presentation of The Gospel of Mark on Saturday, September 13, given by six professors and pastors from Concordia Seminary and Lutheran Church—Missouri Synod congregations in Saint Louis, Missouri.
Concordia University Chicago will conclude its speakers series celebrating the University’s 150th Anniversary on Tuesday, September 16, with a presentation by Rev. Dr. John Nunes.
Concordia University Chicago has been as selected as both a 2014-15 College of Distinction and Christian College of Distinction. The University has been part of a select group of colleges to earn this prestigious recognition since 2010.
Dr. Michelle Morkert, associate professor and coordinator of the Women’s and Gender Studies Program at Concordia University Chicago, was recently awarded a Fulbright Scholar grant from the United States Department of State and the J. William Fulbright Foreign Scholarship Board.
Nearly 200 alumni of Concordia University Chicago, representing six decades of musicians, will return to campus for a free, historic Ensemble Reunion Concert on Sunday, June 29.
On Thursday, June 26, Dr. Nancy Lass, Dr. Shirley Morgenthaler, and Ms. Susan Gittings will present the Annual Brain Research Workshop for teachers and administrators, parents, counselors, social workers, and parents.
Concordia University Chicago is pleased to announce that Rev. Dr. Daniel Lee Gard, of Fort Wayne, IN, has accepted the call to serve as the University’s eleventh president.
Honoring service men and women, while celebrating community and country with timeless music, the University Band will perform its ninth annual Patriotic Pops Concert on Saturday, June 28 on the university campus.