MPR’s Dan Gunderson has this little bit on Minnesota Today on the groundbreaking yesterday for Concordia College’s (Moorhead) planned $13 million Offutt School of Business.
Just got this forwarded to me from Concordia College in Moorhead, which has been on the verge of naming a new president: DR. WILLIAM J. CRAFT NAMED PRESIDENT-ELECT The Concordia College, Moorhead, Minn., Board of Regents voted unanimously today to name Dr. William J. Craft president-elect of the college. He will be the 11th president Read more →
Concordia College Craft Concordia College in Moorhead is close to naming a presidential successor to Pamela Jolicoeur, who died in June after a stroke. The search committee for Concordia College — not to be confused with Concordia University in St. Paul, which is also selecting a president — has recommended William J. Craft, vice president Read more →
Kelsy Johnson of The Concordian student paper reports on the status of the presidential search at Concordia College in Moorhead, which has drawn about 70 nominations: The nominees come from diverse occupations and backgrounds, but their religious affiliation is the same. Whoever wins the approval of the Board of Regents will be a member of Read more →
The Forum of Fargo-Moorhead reports on Concordia College’s transformation of the Grant Center into the new Offutt School of Business: When the roughly $13 million project is done, the footprint of the building originally used for food service will remain, but nearly everything else will be different. “The layout bears absolutely no resemblance,” said Greg Read more →
NVJ via Flickr Reallocating, I guess The Concordian student paper reports on how Concordia is cutting 17 positions through layoffs and attrition so it can reallocate $1.5 million — but tries to play down how it might hit students: The committee’s focus is on student impact. Brown said the changes will not negatively affect students. Read more →
In what’s probably a no-duh moment for those who know of the institution, it turns out Concordia College of Moorhead should never have been on Washington Monthly‘s list of worst College Drop-Out Factories. I remember calling Concordia spokeswoman Amy Kelly at home the evening I saw the ranking, which erroneously stated that Concordia had a Read more →