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April 2012

Summer Registration Filling:

 

Courses are filling quickly. Some have only five openings left! Graduate students are urged to register early to ensure enrollment in their preferred courses. The three-week deadline for graduate student priority is May 18.  Register here.  
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Dr. Cynthia Whaley Receives Award:  

 

On March 30, Dr. Whaley was honored with the Celebrate Literacy Award by the Minnesota Reading Association. Read more . . .
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Dr. Wendler Presents 


Dr. David Wendler made three presentations at the Higher Learning Commission meeting in Chicago at the end of March.  Read more . . .

A Word from the Director . . . .meyer
A Degree for a Wide Variety of Settings

 

The teaching ministry is diverse, and so WELS teachers need more than a predetermined, one-size-fits-all program. Our master's degree graduates are preschool, elementary, and high school teachers. They are early childhood ministry directors, guidance counselors, and principals. Click here to watch the video.

Meet Me in Hanoi  
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Dr. Pfeifer & Coral in Vietnam


MLC Graduate Professor Dr. Gene Pfeifer and MLC graduate student Coral Cady had a chance to meet up with each other and exchange graduate studies news in Hanoi, Vietnam, where Coral teaches. Read more . . .

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Family comes first for Amy Schmeling Bryant ('03), but she also wants to serve her church. With God's blessing, she has managed to balance them both
 - beautifully. Read more . . .

MLC Supports You AFTER Graduation 

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During your undergraduate studies, the professors at MLC are your mentors. After you graduate and enter ministry, they become ministry partners. Ministry can be challenging, but you are not alone. Jesus promises to be with you, and he has given you helpers at MLC. Don't be afraid to use them. The master's program is one way MLC helps to support you and help you grow.

 

Take time to read how God is using MLC to support Kurt Rosenbaum in his ministry. Kurt serves as principal of Arizona Lutheran High School in Phoenix. See more of what Kurt has to say . . . 
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