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  • November 16, 2022
    International, News, Students

    International student Q&A: Sara Granado

    International student, Sara Granado ('25) shares her story and the impact the International Center has had throughout her time at Concordia University Ann Arbor.

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  • Intermediate school students surprise CUAA student teacher at men’s basketball game

    CUAA School of Education senior, Zac Clark, was surprised by his students from Creekside Intermediate School who came to cheer him on at the CUAA men's basketball game.

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  • November student of the month: Chase Hall (’24)

    Congratulations to November student of the month, Chase Hall!

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  • Being a servant leader as an educator

    Read about a students perspective on being a servant leader as a teacher and how she feels called to spread Christ's love in her work.

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  • CUAA graduate student receives grant for hovercraft

    Jordan Vansickle-Covey is a graduate student and has received a grant to design hovercrafts within her classroom. Learn more here.

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  • November 4, 2022
    News, Student Life, Students

    The app that’s taken over campus: Goosechase

    CUAA Student Events introduced a new app for students to engage with during their time on campus. This app is called Goosechase.

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  • Social work’s tribute to Veterans Week: Dr. Kimberly Schave

    Social work student Noah Gondick writes about Dr. Kimberly Schave, who served in the United States National Guard.

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  • Business leaders on campus: surviving technology changes

    Last week, business executives Marie Bullano and Taja Wilson stepped into the classroom to teach CUAA students essential career and communications skills.

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  • October 27, 2022
    News, School of Education, Students

    Future teachers display their understanding of individualized learning in the classroom

    Concordia School of Education students participated in an in-class activity that explored how to serve a variety of learning styles and needs in the classroom. Nine student groups harnessed their creativity to display their understanding of reaching all students in the classroom. Each group looked at a different way teachers can apply individualized education practices […]

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  • October 20, 2022
    News, Student Life, Students

    CUAA Student Government Association continues to improve student life on campus

    Meet Concordia University Ann Arbor's Student Government Association and learn the types of projects they have in the works to improve the CUAA student experience.

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