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Are you interested in a mentor-ship opportunity with Augsburg University alumni working in your field of study? The Auggie Take Out program is a program in which sophomores(Class of 2021) are paired with Alumni, in their field, to meet up a few times to build connections and learn about life after college! This program is great for networking, tips on how to get your dream job, preparing for professional interviews and is overall, fun! If you are interested in participating in Auggie Take Out during the 2018-19 academic year please fill out the short form linked below:
Auggie Take Out Form
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Join us in Hoversten Chapel at 10:40 am to hear Rev. Darrell Gillespie preach. Pastor Gillespie is Dean of Students at Hope Academy. Musicians include: Destyn Land, pianist; Shevon Green and Ruth Maghanga, vocalists; Ray Makeever and Mary Hollerich, flutists.
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On Friday April 13th students are hosting a clothing drive to support Puerto Rico and local area charities. Donations can be brought to the Christensen Center from 10:00 am -12:00 pm. Donations will also be accepted in the bins located in the housing communities on campus. Cash donations will be accepted to assist in the shipping costs to Puerto Rico. Please help support this event.
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The ESC and the EAC welcomes guest speaker Megan Dobratz of Native Sustainability today at 5 pm in the East Commons.
Native Sustainability is a creative consulting firm that take sustainability beyond the technical. Join us as Megan discusses different ways that we can move towards a more environmentally sustainable campus.
Free Dinner and Conversation
5 pm East Commons
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We would like to invite everyone and their families to our end of the year Celebration. We want to recognize our amazing Latinx students here at Augsburg University.
We will be recognizing the following areas of students;
New ALAS Board
Old ALAS Board
Outstanding ALAS/Latinx students
and many more…
Our amazing DJ Miguel will be closing us out with an hour of dance!!
Mark your calendars and RSVP! The Latinx Recognition Banquet is near so if you are interested to attend please make sure you RSVP!
Saturday, April 21st, 2018
10:30am – 2pm
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This project will take place in Augsburg University – Murphy’s Square.
Augsburg Latin American Students (ALAS) will sign up Augsburg Students and Staff to engage in contamination clean up. The project consist in clean up trash/litter or any other physical contamination from Murphy’s Square and the surroundings. We will set up teams to go around campus and clean up after the snow has melted down. Our goals: Create environmental conscience, have a Cleaner Campus, Improve animal life, Inspire others to do the same, and Educate participants on the difference between Trash, Recycling, and Compost.
PARTICIPANTS WILL GET A T-SHIRT, A WATER BOTTLE, AND CHIPOTLE!
(Special Dietary request can be made upon request at ALAS@augsburg.edu)
Monday April 16, 2018
4:00 – 6:00 pm
As stated in ALAS constitution, if you participate in our volunteering event, you are eligible for active membership in our organization.
We hope to see you there!!
Sign Up Here!
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Good Morning! Please join us for yoga TODAY from 12:15 pm- 1:00 pm in the Racquetball Court (Si-Melby 130). We will practice flowing breath to movement, staying in the present moment, and challenging our bodies through different poses during this 45 minute yoga practice. Please e-mail me if you have any questions or suggestions at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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“Changes for Self, Community, & Society.”
Please join the EAC and ESC as we celebrate Earth Month TODAY Wednesday April 11, 2018 from 3 to 7 pm.
Join us for FREE dinner, FREE smoothies from the smoothie bike, FREE Petting Zoo, Free honey tastings from Beez Kneez, and more!
3 to 7 pm
April 11, 2018
Find us in the Quad*!
*In case of incliment weather we will be in the East Commons*
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Our 30th Annual Nobel Peace Prize Forum will take place at Augsburg University on September 13-15, 2018.
Tickets are FREE for our Augsburg community including students, faculty and staff, and we encourage ticket reservations before the end of this spring semester.
Please visit our website for more information regarding the upcoming event at peace.augsburg.edu. Registration can also be placed via tickets.augsburg.edu.
We aim to repeat a successful event come September and hope you will join Augsburg University in honoring the work of President Juan Manuel Santos of Colombia (2016 laureate) and the International Campaign to Abolish Nuclear Weapons (ICAN) (2017 laureate).
This year’s theme The Paradox of Peace will include plenaries, keynotes and breakout sessions related to tensions between conflict and reconciliation, between justice and forgiveness, between hope and fear, and will highlight the laureates’ successful accomplishments navigating these paradoxes.
Schedule as follows:
September 13: Community Action Workshops/Dialogues
September 14: Honoring the work of President Santos — all classes will take place at the Nobel Peace Prize Forum
September 15: Honoring the work of ICAN
In the coming weeks, our interns are scheduled to visit classrooms to share updates about the Forum and assist with any questions regarding the ticketing process. We invite faculty members who are interested in such a visit, to contact Camila Payan at email@example.com, to reserve a time and date. In addition, Frankie Shackelford, Professor Emerita of Norwegian (firstname.lastname@example.org), is available to assist with finding connections between the Forum content and courses scheduled for fall semester.
Questions regarding ticketing should be directed to Jami Kadolph at email@example.com
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The April Focused Conversation will feature Elaine Eschenbacher, director at Sabo Center for Democracy and Citizenship. Expand and integrate experiential learning opportunities to advance our efforts as a leader in experiential education.
Today 12:30 p.m., Oren 100
See the Inside Augsburg calendar or All Hands schedule for times and locations as well as to add a session to your calendar.
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April 18, 2018
Sateren Auditorium, Anderson Music Hall
What is in the air we breathe? The atmosphere is composed of gases such as oxygen, nitrogen and carbon dioxide. Other gases are present at much lower concentrations and include ozone, nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide and formaldehyde just to name a few. nitrogen oxides, sulfur oxides and formaldehyde just to name a few. Besides these gases, there is something else in the air we breathe, tiny microscopic particles called aerosols. Not just the aerosol that comes from spray cans that you are all probably familiar with but this talk will focus on any liquid or solid particles that is suspended in the air, which is the definition of an aerosol. These tiny particles come from many sources and can impact the Earth’s climate and human health in ways we are just starting to understand.