October 13, 2017

3 Tips for Christian Teachers in Public Schools

By Concordia University, Nebraska Admissions | Education, Faith

As Christians, our faith isn’t something that just peeks its head out on Sunday mornings and then returns to hibernation until next week’s service. Our beliefs and desire to live a Christ-centered existence pours out and impacts every aspect of our lives, no matter what our calling may be. That said, being a Christian and…

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October 9, 2017

3 Things You’ll Want in a Graduate Program When You Work Full-Time

By Concordia University, Nebraska Admissions | Admissions Advice

Deciding to go back to school to earn your master’s degree is no easy choice, especially when you’re working full time. And while it is one of the best decisions you can make for your career, you’ll want to make sure you find the right program to fit into your schedule. That’s where online degrees come…

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September 27, 2017

Costing Services in a Not-For-Profit Environment

By Steve Shively, Adjunct Professor, Managerial Accounting | Business

Not-for-profit entities that provide human services do so with a mission of helping others. While the missions are often of noble cause, they’re not free. And while organizations operating as not-for-profit can be viewed as benevolent societies forwarding their respective causes, the classification is more for tax purposes than anything else. Every company in business…

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September 26, 2017

Plum Creek Children’s Literacy Festival Author Spotlight: Melissa Sweet

By Concordia University, Nebraska Admissions | Admissions Advice, Education, Literacy Resources

This Saturday, thousands of reading and writing enthusiasts will stroll through the Concordia Nebraska campus for the 22nd Plum Creek Children’s Literacy Festival. We’ve already given you some background on author/illustrator Matthew Cordell. Now, meet Portland, Maine-based author/illustrator Melissa Sweet, who will give shed some light on what fuels her the most. When she’ll be…

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September 22, 2017

Rules and Routines: A Smooth Start to the School Year

By Anna Boriack, College of Graduate Studies & Adult Education | Education

My father was in education for many years, and before I started my first year of teaching, he gave me this great advice, “Start out tough and you can always relax, but start out relaxed and getting tough becomes a game.” I always reflect on those words when a new school year starts. What does…

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September 15, 2017

Plum Creek Children’s Literacy Festival Author Spotlight: Matthew Cordell

By Concordia University, Nebraska Admissions | Education, Literacy Resources

For the last twenty-one years, the Plum Creek Children’s Literacy Festival has brought bibliophiles together to share their love of writing, reading, and books. Now entering its 22nd year this September 28 through 30, the award-winning festival will bring thousands of children and adults to the Concordia Nebraska campus for talks and workshops by an…

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September 11, 2017

22nd Annual Plum Creek Children’s Literacy Festival

By Concordia University, Nebraska Admissions | Literacy Resources

The award-winning Plum Creek Children’s Literacy Festival will light up Concordia Nebraska’s campus again this September 28 through 30. Founded in 1996, the event encourages a love of reading, writing and books by bringing nationally renowned authors and illustrators to Nebraska. Each year, the autumnal festival brings thousands of children and adults to the campus…

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September 5, 2017

Teachers: Don’t Miss These 12 Great Websites that Will Make Your Life Easier

By Rob Klindt, Contributing Writer | Literacy Resources

As we get settled into this new school year, it’s important for teachers to have an arsenal of great tools at their disposal. Here’s a roundup of a dozen good educational tech tools and apps every teacher should know about. Classroom organization Instant Classroom. Quickly make classroom seating charts with this web-based tool using a…

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September 1, 2017

4 Options for Funding High School Athletics Programs

By Dr. Doug Kuhlmann, Graduate Program Director M.S.A.A. | Athletics Administration

No one wants to deal with financial problems, but like every industry, athletics has to deal with their fair share. Two of the biggest concerns associated with high school sports are revenue and expenses. When revenues are squeezed and expenses increase, as has been the trend, high school programs suffer a double whammy. So, as budgets shrink,…

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5 Christian Ways to Handle Stress at Work

By Concordia University, Nebraska Admissions | Faith

Stress. It invades our bodies, homes and workplace. Our days are defined by mounting to-do lists—and emails, voicemails and text messages fill in the small spaces between tasks. The world waves the red flag of urgency all before we crack our eyelids to greet the new day. So, it’s really no wonder we feel overwhelmed,…

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