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Haab School of Business, NewsConcordia to host trauma seminar for first responders and veterans http://blog.cuaa.edu/concordia-to-host-trauma-seminar-for-first-responders-and-veterans/
In light of concerning national suicide statistics among law enforcement, Concordia University Ann Arbor’s Justice and Public Policy department will host a seminar focused on helping first responders and veterans deal with post-traumatic stress.
News, School of Nursing, StudentsSchool of Nursing simulates poverty scenarios for 65 students http://blog.cuaa.edu/school-of-nursing-simulates-poverty-scenarios-for-65-students/
What if you started the month with a $10 bill to meet your family's basic needs? How is the complexity of living in poverty altered when you are disabled, a senior citizen, or a recipient of federal assistance?
Advancement, News, SummerJudith Fischer Wollack to present keynote at Living Grace women’s luncheon http://blog.cuaa.edu/judith-fischer-wollack-to-present-keynote-at-living-grace-womens-luncheon/
Concordia University Ann Arbor announces Judith Fischer Wollack as keynote speaker for Living Grace Women’s Luncheon, a Christian growth and fellowship opportunity for women, in the Earhart Manor Tent on CUAA’s campus, Tuesday, June 12, 2018.
Achievements, Call Me Cardinal, News, School of Education, StudentsMay Student of the Month: Kyle Kirby (’18) http://blog.cuaa.edu/may-student-of-the-month-kyle-kirby-18/
"Kyle is an outstanding student who was a science major before tutoring in the Academic Resource Center (ARC) and realizing that his true passion was in education. Kyle truly has a gift for sharing his science knowledge with others and goes over and above both in his participation in class and in contributing to his fieldwork classrooms. Kyle has been offered several jobs already including being offered a position during his interview for student teaching! Kyle is resilient and a servant leader at heart." - Faculty nomination
Athletics, News, SummerConcordia athletics offers summer sport camps for youth http://blog.cuaa.edu/concordia-athletics-offers-summer-sport-camps-for-youth/
The Concordia University Ann Arbor Cardinals summer sports camps offer opportunities for high school students and youth of all ages to participate in athletic camps in a fun and competitive Christian environment.
Check out the spring 2018 issue of CUAA’s official magazine
The latest issue of the Arbor Light features stories about the university’s “Live Uncommon” brand launch, an athletic training professor’s impressive professional resume, and an entrepreneurial-minded student-athlete who has hit her stride at Concordia.
The head and the heart of athletic training
Editor's Note: This story was written for the 2018 Spring/Summer Arbor Light magazine, a biannual publication of Concordia University Ann Arbor. Catch the newest edition dropping in mailboxes at the end of April. For your free subscription of Arbor Light, email email@example.com.