Academics

Brandt Named New Vice President of Adult and Graduate Studies at Wisconsin Lutheran College

Date Posted: June 10, 2009

MILWAUKEE – James Brandt has accepted the position of Vice President of Adult and Graduate Studies at Wisconsin Lutheran College. He will begin his responsibilities at WLC on July 1, 2009.

Brandt has been serving as Administrator for the Commission on Parish Schools for the Wisconsin Ev. Lutheran Synod, Milwaukee, for the past five years. He also is a member of the adjunct faculty for graduate studies at Martin Luther College, New Ulm, Minn. He brings years of educational leadership to his new position, and looks forward to the opportunities presented.

"The vision for establishing a School of Adult and Graduate Studies at Wisconsin Lutheran College is compelling and encouraging," says Brandt. "The leadership of the college has demonstrated courage in response to a challenging economy, charting a course that will expand its reach and influence in preparing Christian leaders while remaining true to its distinctive identity as one of America's finest liberal arts colleges. I count it a great privilege to join WLC's leadership team in pursuit of this exciting vision."