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Applications for the 2017-18 AugSTEM Program are due June 15, 2017.
The AugSTEM program is designed to support Augsburg juniors and seniors who wish to pursue a career in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Funded by the National Science Foundation (NSF DUE-1565060), AugSTEM Scholars receive scholarships of $5,000, $7,500 and $10,000 per student per year. (Differences in award amounts correspond to levels of financial need.) Scholars also become a part of the STEM community at Augsburg with opportunities for summer research, faculty mentoring, and career development.
– Enrolled full-time in a STEM major (biology, biopsychology, chemistry, computer science, environmental studies, mathematics, or physics)
– Within 5 semesters of graduating as of Fall 2017 (plan to graduate with STEM major from Augsburg by Fall 2019 or earlier).
– Major GPA of 3.0 or higher
– U.S. citizen, national, or permanent resident
– Demonstrate financial need via FAFSA
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My name is Tiffany Widseth and I am an Exercise Science student and an McNair researcher this summer at Augsburg. I am investigating a modified version of the Functional Movement Screen (FMS) test in Division III female college soccer players and need healthy female Augsburg College students (ages 18-24) to participate in this study as part of the control group. You may not be currently a part of an Augsburg athletic team.
This study involves a one-hour visit to Kennedy Center Physiology lab (room 309) for Functional Movement Screen testing and a video of a drop jump. Participants will receive a $10 gift card to Target.
You can reach me at: email@example.com to get more details or to schedule an appointment time.
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I’m selling my nearly new RadWagon Electric Cargo Bike. I bought the bike in February and have only logged 40 miles on it.
This awesome orange bike can go up to 40 miles on a charge, can haul up to 350 pounds of stuff, has an integrated bell, and the headlight and taillights run off the battery. The bike also has wood running boards and a seat — convenient for hauling a friend or kid around town. And, to make sure you and any passengers stay mud-free, the bike has fenders and back wheel covers to prevent splatter. A double kickstand means loading/unloading are easy and that your bike is unlikely to dump over!
If you are wondering if RadWagons are durable, the simple answer is “yes.” My brother has been riding a RadWagon for about 14 months in Alaska and in all kinds of weather and with his son on the back! He uses his bike to haul broken trailer axles to the shop for repair, tote his skiing gear to mountain bases, and more. I’ve used mine to hook up a dog trailer to take one of my mutts to the dog park. This bike is ready to work for you!
I’m asking $1,500 (firm). New, the bike is $1,600 and requires assembly. I’ve done the assembly and all the fine tuning so everything is working like a charm.
I’m only selling my RadWagon because my original electric bike, stolen ion New Year’s Day, resurfaced and I want to go back to riding that! Selling this bike will allow me to finance the repairs.