He has risen indeed!  I hope you had a blessed Easter weekend and had time to celebrate with family and friends. As we prepared for this most Holy Week in our Christian faith, I was reminded how blessed I am to work for a Christian organization and have the opportunity to attend chapel every workday. Too often we tend to forget how God really blesses in many different ways. Please take the time to reflect on your many blessings, no matter how big or small. Rejoice in the promise of salvation through our Lord and Savior's death on the cross and resurrection. (Click here to view past chapel sermons.)
If you have any questions or suggestions, please email me at michelle.wagner@cuw.edu. In the meantime, please review the updates below and on CUWConnect.com.
Serving Him and you,

Michelle "Mickie" Wagner '96
Concordians Helping Concordians!

Over 1,000 alumni are connected on CUWConnect.com. If you have not done so already, make sure to activate your profile now. It only takes a few minutes through LinkedIn, Facebook, or an email. You can also download the app for your Apple or Android phone. If you have activated your profile, check in to see what is new in updates, events, photos, jobs, and find alumni in your city or vocation. There are daily updates.

This is the main resource for CUW alumni to connect with each other, offer to help students, post jobs and updates, and learn about news and events. 
Dr. Lou Menchaca's  25th 
Anniversary Celebration
April 29th 

Join in the celebration of Dr. Menchaca's 25 years with Concordia University's music program. Congratulate Dr. Menchaca during a reception to be held in the Alumni Heritage room from 2 - 3:30 p.m., prior to the Milwaukee Festival Brass concert. The reception is FREE for CUW alumni and guests. Tickets for the concert can be purchased that evening.  Click here  to register for the reception. 

The reception is being sponsored by:

Jamie (Piepenbrink) Truwe '02 and Pastor Greg Truwe '03 
Read About Other CUW Alumni 
and  Share Your Story

Read more about your classmates and be sure to leave an update of your own storyAs a CUW alumnus, you are part of an impressive community of 32,000 individuals with over 1,000 being added each year.  Your classmates and other CUW alumni like to read about new additions to your family, new jobs, marriages, promotions, awards, installations, etc. Don't be shy, share your news at "Tell Us What's New with You" and it will be shared on the alumni webpage and in the Concordian. You can also update your address to make sure you receive your copy of the Concordian.

You can also receive your CUW Alumni Falcon One card by completing your updates.Over one-third of you live within a 50 mile radius of the Mequon main campus. The card gives you access to the campus fitness center, library, and local restaurant discounts. Plus it is cool just to have this extra Falcon One ID card. 
Miller Inn Meeting and Networking Reception
May 11th 

Join us for the most fun networking meeting of the year! Start with an optional Miller Brewery Tour at 4 pm. After the tour, make your way over to the Miller Inn to enjoy networking with other CUW alumni and guests over food (Streetza Pizza and salad) and Miller beverages. There will be an update presented on the newly launched alumni platform, CUWConnect and other alumni benefits.  Click here  to register. 
Concordia College 
Class of 1967 
Golden Reunion Celebration
May 11th  - 13th

The Concordia College Class of 1967 produced graduates of strong faith, including the first female graduates, that have gone on to do great works for Christ in the Church and in the world. 
The class committee of  Evelyn (Netz) Baesch, Terry Donovan, Rev. Andrew Dzurovcik, and Joann (Lowery)  Mueller are busy planning a memorable  and enjoyable reunion to include: a tour of Concordia College, celebration service, dinner, Concordia University update by President Ferry, and a special class recognition during the Baccalaureate service. Join us for one, two, or three days.  Click here  to RSVP. 

In recognition of this reunion and what this class has accomplished, the class representatives have decided to raise money for a $25,000 endowment to benefit juniors or seniors at Concordia University Wisconsin who have chosen a major in church work.  A member of your class graciously made a generous offer to match, dollar for dollar, all donations up to $12,500. Even if you cannot attend the reunion, please prayerfully consider helping us carry on the Concordian tradition of providing church workers for our communities by making a donation to establish the endowment. Just indicate it is for the Class of 1967 endowment. Thank you to those of you who have already donated!
Leadership Series Breakfast
Rick Graber - Bradley Foundation
May 17th 

Twice a year, CUW hosts a Leadership Series breakfast on campus and our spring event is being held on Wednesday, May 17 from 7:30 - 9:00 a.m.  Richard W. Graber, President & CEO of The Lynde and Harry Bradley Foundation, will deliver the keynote speech entitled, "Country and Community: Worth the Effort."   

Click here to read more information about Rick and how to register for the breakfast.
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Upcoming Events
  • Lou Menchaca 25th Anniversary  Celebration & Reception April 29
  • Miller Brewery Tour, Alumni Update and reception May 11
  • 1967 50th Class Reunion  May 11-13 
  • Leadership Series Breakfast May 17