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All are invited to attend a farewell reception for Amy Gort this Thursday, June 29, from 3-4:30 in OGC 100. Amy is leaving her position as Dean of Arts and Sciences to become Metro State University’s next Provost and Executive Vice President. Please join us as we wish Amy well in her new position, and thank her for her years of leadership at Augsburg!
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Please mark your calendars for the Seeing Things Whole Facilitator Training Workshop on August 22 and 23. The link to register is here: go.augsburg.edu/augpay (click on Seeing Things Whole on the right side).
Tuesday, August 22 (from 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.) features an introduction to STW’s core theory and hands-on experience with several resources in STW’s Whole People, Whole Leaders series.
During the evening of Day One, participants will be invited to serve as temporary trustees in a Seeing Things Whole Organization RoundTable where they will use STW’s approach to resource a leader around a real-time challenge facing their organization.
Wednesday, August 23 (from 9:00 am to 4:00 p.m.) will offer participants an entry-level training to the facilitation of STW RoundTables with attention to preparation, facilitation and follow-up phases of a roundtable session.
If you have questions about this event or have trouble registering, please contact Jolee Lilja at firstname.lastname@example.org
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The Cedar Cultural Center Presents: Plaza Performance ft. HARBI and Rahmo Rose Band on Friday, June 30, 2017, from 11:00 a.m. -12 p.m.
Location: The Cedar’s Community Plaza, located to the right of The Cedar’s doors.
Local Somali percussionist Harbi will debut his work “Heartbeat of Durbaanka,” a new work funded by a grant from the Minnesota State Arts Board Cultural Community Partnership program.
Most recently, Harbi has been the percussionist for five residencies as part of The Cedar Cultural Center’s Midnimo program. Launched in 2014, Midnimo consists of multi-week residencies with Somali musicians from around the world that include public concerts and artist-led workshops, discussions, and activities throughout the state.
Rahmo Rose Band, a group featuring The Cedar’s Somali Artist-in-Residence Rahmo Rose, performs in collaboration with Augsburg College’s Small Jazz Ensemble. The group was created as part of The Cedar’s most recent Midnimo residency, where they opened for London-based Somali qaarami singer Nimco Yasisn in Minneapolis, Mankato, and St. Cloud. They’ll perform for a fourth time on The Cedar’s Community Plaza.
Cedar Cultural Center
416 Cedar Ave S