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March 28 NATIVE AMERICAN CONVERSATIONS ON LAW ENFORCEMENT, JUSTICE, AND REDEMPTION
Join us for an evening of short films focusing on issues of racism, law enforcement, and redemption from various Native American experiences. Our hosts represent two Native American media organizations–Vision Maker Media and MIGIZI Communications–which work with filmmakers to produce and distribute Native focused documentaries and shorts on issues important to Native American communities. The evening will include conversation and a variety of short films.
Sateren Auditorium, Music Hall, 715 22nd Ave South
Reception 6:15-6:45 Screening begins at 7:00
Discussion with filmmakers follows
This event is free to the public
For parking directions visit: http://www.augsburg.edu/about/map/. You will be parking in Lot L off of 26th between Riverside and Butler Pl. You will need a parking permit. For parking permits contact M. Elise Marubbio at email@example.com. Permits are limited in number.
Native American Film Series
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Augsburg Dance Club will be hosting a showcase on Wednesday, April 11 from 7-9pm. Anyone is welcome to watch! There will be more detail soon!
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Thursday, March 22nd
Strommen Center, Suite 100, Christensen Center
3:00-5:00 p.m. (come and stay for as long as you like )
Students are invited to stop by this informal meet and greet to learn about internships and entry level careers, have their resume reviewed, and ask questions. All majors welcome. Representatives will be on campus from: MN Department of Human Services, Andersen Corporation, Travelers, C3 Fellows Program and CBRE Group. Learn more about these companies by logging into Handshake.
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Human Resources and Student Financial Services are partnering up again this Spring for a Tuition Benefit Lunch and Learn. The timing is perfect–remember to note Augsburg universal application deadline of May 1st (for upcoming summer, fall, and spring courses).
Bring your lunch and join other colleagues in learning more about the tuition benefit, the application process, and how to navigate getting the most of your benefit. Come get all your questions answered before the deadline!
March 21st from 11:30-12:30 pm, in the Augsburg Room, Christensen Center
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Finalists for the Dean of Arts & Sciences position will be on campus over the next two weeks, and I invite you to take advantage of the opportunities to meet each of these candidates. Curriculum vitae will be shared one day prior to each visit–links will be provided in A-mail. Those who meet the candidates are strongly encouraged to provide feedback on perceived strengths and weaknesses, using the feedback form linked to the A-mail announcement. These feedback forms will be available until noon of the day following the interview visit.
Our first candidate, Dr. Pedro Maligo, will be on campus tomorrow, Tuesday, March 20. All are welcome at his public presentation at 2:00 pm in OGC 100. Please feel free to view Dr. Maligo’s CV, https://goo.gl/4DFTNq prior to his visit. The feedback form for Dr. Maligo will be available until noon on Wednesday, March 21.
Prior to forwarding its final recommendation(s) to me, the search committee will review the feedback you share via the online forms.
I want to extend my gratitude and acknowledge the excellent work of the search committee in reviewing more than 80 applications and identifying the three finalists:
David Matz, Professor of Psychology and search committee chair
Alan Tuchtenhagen, MAL Program Director
Ben Stottrup, Associate Professor of Physics
Jill Dawe, Associate Professor of Music
Stella Hofrenning, Associate Professor and Chair, Economics
Vivian Feng, Associate Professor and Chair, Chemistry
Elaine Eschenbacher, Director of the Sabo Center for Democracy and Citizenship
Stephan Clark, Associate Professor of English, and MFA Program Director
Lisa Stock, Director of Human Resources
feedback form for Dr. Maligo
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Join us in the chapel today at 10:40 am for Mindful Monday with Jermaine Nelson – Stress Management for All. Jermaine is a local yoga instructor and health and fitness specialist. In Hoversten Chapel, Foss Center.