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  • Breaking down barriers

    Editor's Note: This story was written for the 2018 Spring/Summer Arbor Light magazine, a bi-annual 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 arborlight@cuaa.edu.

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  • Summer Institute Workshops: Graduate Education Seeking Presenters

    Concordia University’s School of Education Graduate Department is seeking area education professionals to lead workshops as part of its fourth annual Summer Institute Workshops on the campus of Concordia University Ann Arbor.

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  • February 26, 2018
    Alumni, News, School of Education

    Joel Klammer (’85) awarded by LEA as Distinguished Lutheran Secondary Educator

    Concordia University Ann Arbor alumnus Joel Klammer ('85) was selected to receive the Lutheran Education Association's 2018 Distinguished Lutheran Secondary Educator award, announced February 23, 2018.

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  • The Uncommon Advocate Skating to Impressive New Heights

    For Lydia Paradysz, it’s a regular tradition to spend a quiet morning rollerblading through the neighborhood alongside her husky, Bruce. It gives her the opportunity to reflect on the journey that has taken her to where she is today. A standout senior in Concordia University Ann Arbor’s family life program, Lydia is a whirlwind of passion, focus and fun.

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  • The Uncommon Musician Set on Striking a Chord in the Classroom

    Jess Russ knew she was home the first time she stepped foot on Concordia University Ann Arbor’s campus. Never mind the fact that she was more than 600 miles away from her home state of Alabama and didn’t know a single soul in Ann Arbor. Concordia immediately felt like a place where she wanted to be.

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  • November 27, 2017
    News, School of Education

    School of Education students engage with literacy experts

    Amplifying the voice of educators through personal connection, collaboration, and a shared mission to improve the teaching and learning of English and language arts at all levels is the mission of the National Council of Teachers of English.

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  • A Turn of Events

    Since kindergarten, Jill Topham (’13) knew she wanted to be a teacher.

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  • August 11, 2017
    News, School of Education

    Child Life Coordinator Excited to Expand Opportunities

    Concordia University Ann Arbor announces Jennifer Fieten as the new child life coordinator within the popular family life program.

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  • Transcontinental Field Experience Lands Students in South Africa

    Three students from Concordia University Ann Arbor are spending four weeks in South Africa, taking advantage of a unique opportunity to fulfill a degree requirement through a special university connection.

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  • Fruition of the Mission

    On Sunday, May 14, 2017, Concordia University Ann Arbor will celebrate its 53rd graduating class with baccalaureate and commencement ceremonies. Diplomas will be awarded to 159 students; 112 undergraduate and 47 graduate students.

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