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  • October 8, 2018
    Media Coverage

    Paintings of historic Ann Arbor buildings to come to Concordia University Oct. 23

    Calling all history buffs and art lovers. Concordia University Ann Arbor is about to launch an exhibition with a special connection to the city at Kreft Center Gallery (4090 Geddes Road). Starting Oct. 23, 33 paintings of Ann Arbor buildings by American artist Daniel K. Gregory will be on display. Many of the well-known buildings, dating to the early 1800s, are no longer standing.

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  • October 5, 2018
    Media Coverage

    Unapologetic Dinnerware: A brief history of disposable dinnerware

    “Unapologetic Dinnerware: a brief history of disposable dinnerware” opened on August 28 at the Kreft Gallery at Concordia University. Margaret Carney, who is both curator of the exhibit and director of the International Museum of Dinnerware Design (IMoDD), said this particular exhibition had been a long time coming. “I’ve been wanting to do this exhibition since we opened the museum.” IMoDD, which has done pop-up exhibitions throughout Washtenaw County since 2012, focuses on “the varied cultural and societal attitudes” related to all aspects of dining.

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  • September 4, 2018
    Media Coverage

    Ann Arbor workshop brings business, education leaders together to identify partnership opportunities to apply for Marshall Plan funding

    More than 120 area business and education leaders gathered in Ann Arbor today to discuss partnership opportunities to create programs designed to connect Michiganders with more than 811,000 high-demand, high-wage career openings through 2024 – growing their paychecks and the state’s economy.

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  • Ancient bowls from UMMAA part of CUAA dinnerware exhibit

    The term “disposable dinnerware” brings to mind plastic sporks that land in the trash after one use. But at Unapologetic Dinnerware: A Brief History of Disposable Dinnerware, a new exhibit at Concordia University curated by the International Museum of Dinnerware Design, it also means 5,000-year-old ceramic bowls.

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  • Queen of Soul Aretha Franklin preferred Ann Arbor pianos

    Concordia University Ann Arbor now owns both of the Yamaha C7s that Aretha Franklin frequently used.

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  • August 24, 2018
    Media Coverage

    Concordia University Ann Arbor announces new physician assistant program

    Concordia will introduce the new program fall of 2019. 

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  • August 17, 2018
    Media Coverage, Music

    A Piece Of Aretha Franklin’s Performance History Is Located On An Ann Arbor University Campus

    With the passing of the Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, a lot of people are grieving and sharing memories of her life changing music and career. 89.1 WEMU's Lisa Barry spoke to Kali Thiel, director of news and publications for Concordia University in Ann Arbor, where one of Aretha's prized concert pianos is located.

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  • Concordia University Ann Arbor to hold post-traumatic stress seminar

    Concordia's event aims to help veterans and first responders.

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  • Concordia University Ann Arbor conducts poverty simulation at School of Nursing

    A recent simulation at Concordia University Ann Arbor's School of Nursing faced 65 students with tough questions: What if you only had a $10 bill for the month to meet your family's basic needs? How does living in poverty look when you are a senior citizen, disabled or receive federal assistance?

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  • May 25, 2018
    Media Coverage

    First Lady Rebecca inaugurates health training facilities

    Concordia University Ann Arbor's chief simulation specialist, Ben Oliver, trained Ghana nurses on their new, state-of-the-art equipment.

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