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  • February 22, 2019
    Alumni, School of Nursing, Students

    CUAA School of Nursing: Fall 2018 Senior Award Winners

    This article was first seen in The Beat February 2019 (Volume 2, Issue 3), Concordia University Ann Arbor School of Nursing Newsletter.

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  • 5 CUAA couples who made their “meet-cutes” last

    First impressions are important; you never know where a relationship will lead. Simple eye contact or a handshake could lead to a job, a lifelong friend, or even a spouse!

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  • February 1, 2019
    Alumni, School of Education

    Hear from Recent School of Education Graduates who now Teach in Lutheran Schools

    This week marked National Lutheran Schools Week in the Lutheran Church-Missouri Synod. Many CUAA students not only come from the network of LCMS elementary and high schools, but then go on to teach full-time in Lutheran schools, continuing to share the love of Jesus to the next generation. We thank God for the School of Education graduates who are teaching in Lutheran schools and share Jesus’s love with students and their families.

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  • January 26, 2019
    Advancement, Alumni, Impact of Giving, News

    Former players surprise CUAA’s first athletic director Dave Wenzel with scholarship endowment

    Pictured left to right: Jim Sorgatz, Doug Primeau, Dave Wenzel, Ken Haugk, Larry Manthei, and Harry Edenfield.

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  • CUAA’s top social media posts of 2018

    From a powerful new "Live Uncommon" brand launch and beautiful snapshots of our campus to the significant milestones and achievements of our students, faculty, and staff, Concordia has had a lot to share in 2018.

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  • The top CUAA headlines of 2018

    The year 2018 marked several new milestones for Concordia University Ann Arbor—from thrilling victories for Cardinal athletics to prestigious new recognitions for the university, and of course several new opportunities for students that show even greater promise to help all members grow in mind, body, and spirit for service to Christ in the Church and world.

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  • Curt Gielow retires from Concordia University

    After over 10 years of service to Concordia University, Curt Gielow, vice president of administration and campus executive of the Concordia University Ann Arbor campus, has announced his retirement. In his relatively brief time at Concordia, Gielow has left his mark as a key team member behind some of the university’s boldest moves, including: starting a new School of Pharmacy at Concordia University Wisconsin, acquiring the North Building at CUAA, starting a School of Nursing and a physician’s assistant program at CUAA, and, perhaps, largest of all, making the unprecedented integration of two different universities in two different states work.

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  • December 10, 2018
    Alumni, Athletics, News

    January Madness: CUAA to host 68th annual CIT

    Since 1951, the Concordia Invitational Tournament has been a highly anticipated, widely-cherished annual event for students, alumni, and community members alike.

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  • 5 things you might not know about Boar’s Head

    For many people, the Concordia University Ann Arbor Boar’s Head Festival marks the beginning of the Christmas season. In fact, there are many loyal fans who have hardly missed a performance since the beloved tradition began in 1978.

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  • 10 ways you can give to Concordia (9 of them don’t cost a thing)

    If the past several years are any indicator, the spirit of giving will be out in full force today, on what has become known as Giving Tuesday.

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