Entries by meyerjd

Dr. John Kolander

Dr. John Kolander, one of 15 off-campus instructors in MLC’s Master of Science in Education program, is a champion of Lutheran education in all aspects of his life: his ministry, his family, world missions—and, of course, the MLC graduate program. Having taught at Lutheran elementary, high school, and college level, he brings his experience and […]

Dr. Jeff Lemke

Dr. Jeff Lemke is looking forward to sharing his expertise with graduate students in MLC’s new course, School Business Administration. This course is an elective for all Master of Science in Education students and a requirement in our new Master of Science in Educational Administration program, a degree designed specifically for WELS principals and early […]

Dr. Carrie Pfeifer

Dr. Carrie Pfeifer DMLC ’81 has a passion for good teaching. She knows good teachers aren’t merely good with math or English, nor are they merely good with kids. Good teachers connect the learner and the subject matter—but there’s more. Good teachers understand that each child learns in a different way, and it is the […]

Dr. David Wendler

We praise God for 10 years of the MLC master’s program—10 years of high-quality instruction and high-speed growth—all fueled by the desire to serve God and further the gospel. It was in the late 90s when Dr. John Isch, then director of special services (continuing ed), and Dr. David Wendler, chair of the education division, […]

New Graduate Degree Approved!

In September, the Higher Learning Commission approved MLC’s request to offer a new degree – the Master of Science in Educational Administration. This program is targeted specifically for the roles of the Lutheran principal and early childhood director. It is appropriate for those who currently serve, or who wish to serve, in those roles. Why […]