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  • September 28, 2020

    Why You Should Make the Move to Administration

    Teachers often don't think of themselves as leaders outside of their classrooms.

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  • Make space for your creative process with Deep Listening

    The Concordia University Ann Arbor Kreft Arts Program presents a year-long residency with Fifth House Ensemble dedicated to the practice of Deep Listening.

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  • September 20, 2020
    Advancement, Alumni, Featured, News

    Concordia Guild establishes endowment for historical preservation of the Earhart Manor

    An endowment for the historical preservation and upkeep of the Earhart Manor on Concordia Univesrity Ann Arbor's campus is being launched through the initiative of the Concordia Guild.

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  • Four Bible verses to help you through the semester

    Although our lives may look different this semester as students at Concordia University Ann Arbor, God's Word remains unchanging... even in the palm of our hands.

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  • Concordia’s Storyteller

    It was July 1, 1997, and Patrick Ferry was on the cusp of a monumental period of change in his life when he decided it was time to start keeping a journal.

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  • You know you’re a Concordian when…

    Whether you've realized it or not, there are certain things about attending Concordia University Ann Arbor that make the experience unique.

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  • September 4, 2020
    Advancement, Alumni, COVID-19 Resources, News

    Concordia’s Digital Angel Fund far exceeds goal

    Concordians have always come together in support of one another. As we all navigate through the added challenges brought on by COVID-19, the strength and generosity of our community has never been so needed, and so appreciated.

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  • CUAA alumni authors share dozens of works

    Concordia University Ann Arbor alumni work in a myriad of professional positions, and have published works to share their research and expertise.

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  • Zimmerman Library: FAQ’s and 10 ebooks for time and stress management

    Processes may be operating a little differently in the Zimmerman Library this semester, but the library staff have safe systems in place to still serve student and employee research and reading needs and requests.

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  • August 17, 2020

    4 Tips for Addressing Back-to-School Anxiety in Teachers

    2020 hasn’t exactly lived up to the “Perfect Vision” declaration so many of us claimed over it as the confetti fell on January 1st.

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