Faculty

Meet the Faculty: Alisa Bates, Interim Dean

By The Room 241 Team December 11, 2017

Here on the Room 241 blog, we always welcome educators outside of Concordia’s community who value the idea of public scholarship and want to contribute their insights and ideas. But we also think it’s important to highlight the faculty members at Concordia. Should you choose to apply to any of our College of Education programs,… Read More

Teaching a student to read and helping them succeed looks easy in the movies. There’s a struggling student, a montage where the teacher helps the student, and then miraculously that student can read and they’re successful in every way. As educators, we know that so much more goes into literacy and how exactly we help… Read More

‘Intercultural competence’ is the ability to appropriately engage with people from other cultures—to successfully interact with people from other ethnic, religious, and geographical backgrounds. As you can imagine, it’s a critical skill for teachers, students, working professionals, anyone to have in today’s interconnected world. It breeds compassion, understanding, and opportunities to learn new ideas and… Read More

To anyone following world events, the need for ethical leadership seems more pressing now than ever before. Recognizing this need, Concordia University-Portland offers a unique array of undergraduate and graduate-level courses examining ethical leadership. These timely classes are designed to teach Concordia students how to make an ethical impact in their careers and in the… Read More