Summer COVID-19 Update (June 22, 2021)
Throughout the COVID-19 pandemic, one of our goals has been to consistently communicate to each of you, especially at significant points along this journey. With that in mind, here are a few important updates.
A homegrown resource: Physician assistant graduate stepped up
Physician assistant graduate Chris Kornowski played a pivotal role in Concordia's COVID-19 relief efforts.
Fox6: Concordia vaccine clinic serves more than 550 community members, CUW employees
More than 550 Pfizer vaccines were administered last night to Concordia employees and essential workers who live in Washington and Ozaukee counties.
Concordia students benefit from federal Coronavirus relief program
More than $1.8 million in funding distributed to students who need it most.
Concordia’s COVID-19 testing lab: A first-person account
The COVID-19 headlines have shifted to vaccines and variants, but Concordia's COVID-19 testing lab continues its work. Last semester Concordia University Wisconsin completed about 1,100 COVID-19 tests, and this semester the lab is likely to finish over 20,000.
A COVID Conscious spring semester return to campus
The spring 2021 semester is about to begin, Concordians!
Concordia’s 2020 Virtual Commencement to feature special guest speaker
Concordia University Wisconsin’s Virtual 2020 Commencement will feature two-time national champion, Heisman Trophy winner, and current ESPN analyst Tim Tebow. The special address is made possible by a gracious sponsorship from a friend of the university.
Pharmacy professors team up to develop contact tracing course
An introductory contact tracing course has been developed by School of Pharmacy associate professors Audrey Kostrzewa, PharmD, MPH, BCPS and Sandra Slater, PhD, MS, to benefit both students and community members.
Hearts Together, Six Feet Apart: A COVID Conscious Return
While things might look a little different at Concordia University Wisconsin due to careful measures implemented to help mitigate the spread of COVID-19, our mission to prepare students in mind, body, and spirit for meaningful lives of service endures, perhaps even more fervently than ever before.
TMJ4: Teachers, students advocate for music programs this fall
Whether your K-12 school will restart the 2020-21 academic year with a virtual, blended, or in-person curriculum, music education should be a part of it.