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Check out when CUW's next Musical or Theater productions are!
Pops Concert
Fri | Oct 30
7:30 pm
Chapel of Christ Triumphant
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18th Annual 5k President's Run
Sat | Nov 7
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Servant Leader Roundtable
Thur | Nov 12
7:30-8:30 am
Every 2nd Thursday in the Lake Shore Rm.

Fireside Theater
Sat | Nov 14
A Wonderful Life the Musical
For more information contact Sandy Vick 

CUW Fall Respite Event
Sun | Nov 15
8:15 am-2:00 pm
CUW Field House
For more information & to Register 
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Charlotte's Web
Theater Production
Nov 18 - 22
Todd Wehr Auditorium
For more information 
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Christmas at Concordia
Fri/Sat| Dec. 4 & 5
7:30 pm
Tickets must be Reserved
Chapel of Christ Triumphant
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CUW Alumni Social
 CUW Hockey Games
Sat | Dec 5
5:00 -7:00 pm
Ozaukee County 
Ice Center
For more information and to register click here.

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Athletic Hall of Fame
Nominate an Exceptional CUW Athlete for the Athletic Hall of Fame! 
2015 Hall of Fame Indcutees  

Nominations must be submitted by January 30th.
Alumni Newsletter |Fall 2015
"He changes times and seasons; He deposes kings and raises up others. He gives wisdom to the wise and knowledge to the discerning." Daniel 2:21

Last week, the traditional undergraduate students enjoyed a few days off before coming back to finish their fall semester. During this break, CUW hosted 250 leaders during the biannual Leadership breakfast series. For a large percentage of the attendees, it was their first time on campus and they commented on our a beautiful campus. Fall is a beautiful time of year at Concordia University with all the changing colors and change of seasons. However, it is really what is inside these buildings, the individuals, that makes CUW beautiful. The kind hearts and minds of the students, faculty, staff and alumni. Times and seasons may change but Concordia and its mission will remain steadfast through the individuals. 

In every e-newsletter you will find ways we can be of service to you and ways you can be of service to the students and community.  Please review the articles and listings on the left side bar to see how you can become involved or be served. 

Michelle "Mickie" Wagner
Director of Alumni & Parent Relations 
Featured Alumni
Dr. Demond Means '94

Dr. Means, the current Superintendent of the Mequon-Thiensville School District, is proud that Concordia University Wisconsin is part of his story.  Click Here to read more about his story.
It is not all about the game, it's much more!
Will Turner
In the fall of 2014, Concordia University Wisconsin (CUW) partnered with Bethesda Lutheran Communities, a non-profit agency located in Watertown, Wisconsin, to create a program that would allow young adults with intellectual and other complex disabilities to experience a post-secondary education experience. While the Bethesda program is designed to help students with disabilities learn in a traditional university setting, it also provides opportunity for CUW students, faculty, and staff to grow in their own understanding.

Click here to learn how one student in particular, Will Turner, a junior at CUW and a defensive lineman on the University's football team, is getting the chance to impact his fellow students both on and off the field by working with the Bethesda students.
Christian and Creation: Environmental Lecture to Feature Seminary Scholar/Professor - November 4th - 7:00 pm
Join us on the CUW campus Wednesday, November 4th at 7:00 pm for an exploration of the Christian's role in issues impacting our environment. "In Awesome Wonder-Finding Our Place within God's Creation" will be an evening forum led by Rev. Dr. Charles Arand, professor and Dean of Theological Research and the Director of the Center for the Care of Creation at Concordia Seminary, St. Louis. Dr. Arand has published multiple books and over 50 articles on topics related to the Lutheran Confessions and the theology of creation.
Click Here for more details on Dr. Arand and the location. Find out more at
Women's Leadership Institute
Be Connected One Day Conference
November 7 - Lisle, Illinois
Please join the Women's Leadership Institute and CUW's very own Gretchen Jameson (Sr. Vice President, University Affairs) for the November 7, 2015 one-day regional conference "Be Connected" based on John 15: 5. "I am the vine; you are the branches.  If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing." 

Mrs. Jameson will be leading us through the topic, 
"Life (un)Pinned: Pursuing a Life of Promise and Purpose in a Pinterest Perfect World."

The conference will be held at Trinity Green Trails Lutheran Church in Lisle, Illinois. Light breakfast begins at 8:30 am, on November 7, 2015. Conference begins at 9:00 am. 
For more information and to register Click Here or check out the WLI Facebook page.  If you have questions, please call Darcy Paape at 262-243-2300.  Deadline to register is Sunday, November 1st.
CUW & CUAA Church Workers Conferences 
November 9th & 12th Alumni Events
CUW & CUAA alumni are invited to meet with your fellow alumni, hear what is new with Concordia University and pick up some swag for your classrooms.
  • Monday, November 9th - LCMS Indiana District All Church Works Conference - Sheraton at Keystone Crossing, Indianapolis, CUW & CUAA Alumni Social from 7 - 9 pm
  • Thursday, November 12th - North & South Wisconsin Lutheran Teachers' Conference - Kalahari Resort, Wisconsin Dells. Lunch Reception 11:45 - 12:45 pm CUW & CUAA alumni bring your box lunch to the Cypress room to receive your Concordia swag packet and hear an update and greeting by President Rev. Dr. Patrick T. Ferry; School of Education Dean, Dr. Michael Uden; CUW Alumnus/SWD Education Executive, Dr. Chris Cody and CUW Alumnus/NWD Assistant to the President, DJ Schult
  • Thursday, November 12th  Alumni Reception 6:30 pm across from the Kalahari bowling alley
Luther Heritage Sites Germany Tour
Only a Few Spots Remain Open!

Don't delay in reserving your spot to experience the life of Martin Luther during the 500-year anniversary of the Reformation, along with seeing the sights of Germany. Travel May 2016 with Rev. Dr. Timothy Maschke and a local travel guide as they share their expertise in this once-in-a-lifetime experience. Reservations close on November 30.


For a look at the trip itinerary and more details, click here. To take the next step, please click here for the registration form. Contact Rev. Dr. Maschke at 262-243-4252 for more information.