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  • Grad on the go: JaJuan Collins

    This story first appeared in the spring 2019 issue of the Arbor Light, the official magazine of Concordia University Ann Arbor.

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  • Concordia to grant 148 degrees, three special awards at May 19 commencement

    Concordia University Ann Arbor will present diplomas to 148 students and honor three awardees during spring commencement exercises on Sunday, May 19.

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  • Sibling dynamics

    Editor's note: This story first appeared in the spring 2019 issue of the Arbor Light, the official magazine of Concordia University Ann Arbor.

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  • Over 60 CUAA students to present at scholarship expo, May 15

    The first annual Concordia Student Scholars Expo will be held at Concordia University Ann Arbor on Wednesday, May 15, 10:30 a.m.—3 p.m.

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  • April Student of the Month: Celia Walkowicz (’20)

    "Celia Walkowicz is currently a senior in the Family Life Program and is pursuing both a Youth Ministry and a Worship Arts minor. She is an excellent student who goes above and beyond with her work in the classroom..."

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  • Future Cardinals in the Halls of Central Middle School

    When Central Middle School in Port Huron, MI, announced a special spirit day on which students were allowed to wear professional and college athletic attire, teacher Sara (Thoms) Lincoln thought it would be great to see her alma mater represented in the halls of her school. Sara is a 2015 graduate of Concordia University Ann Arbor School of Education and connected with Professor Kyle Chuhran to make it happen. With the help of School of Education Professor Kyle Chuhran and Athletic Director Lonnie Pries, Concordia gifted over 80 shirts to Central Middle School.

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  • Top 5 Ways CUAA’s English as a Second Language Program Stands Out

    The demand for English as a Second Language instruction is soaring—are you prepared to serve these students in your classroom? Teachers working in classrooms with English as a Second Language learners are quickly growing in numbers in Michigan and across our country. As the numbers of English learners continue to grow, so does the demand on teachers to provide effective instruction. We understand what it means to be in the classroom every day, and want to add to your teacher toolbox and offer the opportunity for you to share concerns and ideas with other teachers looking for similar support for their teaching. CUAA offers teachers choices and graduate programs that fit into working lifestyles. Each of the 7 ESL-endorsement courses are online and just 8 weeks long. The demand is evident, so why chose Concordia? We’ll give you five reasons:

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  • March Student of the Month: Katherine Van Dellen (’22)

    "Katherine Van Dellen is a star student who always strives to give her best. She is conscientious and truly cares about both her studies and her classmates..."

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  • CUAA offers advanced degree for child life specialists

    Concordia University Ann Arbor is building on its existing leading role in the growing and innovative child life specialist field, launching a Master of Arts in child life in July 2019.

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  • March 7, 2019
    Alumni, School of Education

    Q & A: Southeast Michigan’s First Master’s in Child Life

    What is a Child Life Specialist? What do they do? What does a typical day look like and how does a person make a living specializing in children’s lives?

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