Concordia Students Think Outside the Classroom on Expo Day
Concordia’s Expo Day is a unique opportunity for students to “learn beyond the boundaries” as classes are suspended for a day and faculty members join students for excursions that take advantage of the rich cultural, historical, and educational opportunities near the campus. Here are a few examples of Expo Day destinations...
Business Alumni Talk gathered Concordia Business Program alumni who talked about their experiences at Concordia, their current work status, and provided some tips and insights on how to prepare for the workplace.
High-Line and Chelsea Art Galleries students viewed current exhibits and explored New York City’s iconic former railroad that was turned into an elevated park.
Macbeth faculty and students saw the classic opera play by Giuseppe Verdi, Macbeth at New York City’s Metropolitan Opera House.
Botanical Garden students had a special guided tour of the gardens and learned about one of the world's largest plant research and conservation programs.
Bronx Zoo Trip was led by Dr. Rebecca Berry, whose dissertation was on animal behavior. This trip gathered Psychology and also Sociology students as the topic of Dr. Berry’s lecture was relevant to an emerging area within sociology on human & non-human relationships.
Religious Sites students visited various churches, synagogues, and temples in New York City as part of the experiential and multi-cultural learning offered at Concordia.
Mystic Seaport students boarded and explored wooden ships and strolled through a maritime village while learning about American ports and ships during the 18th and 19th centuries, complementing their study of Herman Melville’s Benito Cereno.