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Einsteins is open from 7:30 a.m.-1:30 p.m., Monday-Friday, with a condensed menu.
Nabo is open from 10 a.m.-2 p.m., Monday-Friday, with a condensed menu.
Both Einsteins and Nabo will be closed in observation of Memorial Day.
The Commons is Closed.
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As many of you may have seen in the newspapers, one of Augsburg’s staunch supporters and a tireless advocate for the rights of women passed away this past Monday.
Koryne Horbal, a remarkable citizen and public servant who inspired all of us through her commitment to a vibrant democracy and passion for women’s rights worldwide, was a great gift to Augsburg and to our students.
A memorial service will be held to celebrate Koryne at 1 p.m., Thursday, June 29 in Hoversten Chapel. Please join with Koryne’s many friends and family and Auggies to celebrate her life.
The Star Tribune wrote a detailed obituary about our dear friend, available at http://www.startribune.com/obituary-koryne-horbal-championed-women-s-rights-worldwide/423734353/
In 2008, Augsburg awarded Koryne an honorary degree in recognition of her work to found the Democratic Party Feminist Caucus, her service to the United Nations as an appointee by former President Jimmy Carter, her support of Augsburg’s Anne Pederson Women’s Resource Center, and for her other advocacy and fundraising work.
Please hold Koryne, and those close to her, in your thoughts and prayers.
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Information and updates about the change of Augsburg College to Augsburg University are being shared through an “Updates” page on the University Name Change area of the website.
The Updates blog will be home to information related to physical changes that are taking place over the summer months, such as to monument signs and new graphics on the gym floor; tips on updating department websites and blogs; important news about ordering materials and access to graphics; help sessions; and more.
Visit http://www.augsburg.edu/university/updates/ for the most current information.
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The Office of Sponsored Programs is pleased to announce that writing stipends are now available to faculty grant seekers!
What is a writing stipend?
Writing stipends are small awards, available to faculty grant seekers, that are intended to encourage the development and submission of innovative grant proposals that support individual faculty scholarship, enhance student learning, and/or promote the strategic priorities of Augsburg2019.
Upon successful submission of an eligible grant proposal, the faculty writer will receive a writing stipend that will be deposited into their professional development account. Stipend values will be based on the total budget request and the annual maximum per person per year is $1,000. For more information, visit http://inside.augsburg.edu/grants/2017/05/25/writing-stipends-available-for-faculty-grant-seekers/
Funding for this program is made possible by a grant from the Augsburg2019 Innovation Fund.
Ready to start writing or want to learn more? Contact Erica Swift at email@example.com.
Writing stipends available for Faculty Grant Seekers