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Paideia Courses Summer 2018

submitted by lloydr@augsburg.edu

Looking for a summer class to take? Interested in improving your skills as a discussion participant and leader? The 29th annual Paideia Institute, July 23 – 27, 2018, will explore the question “Beauty Is. . . ?” This timely and timeless concept will be interrogated through seminar discussions on a variety of genres. Coaching activities will develop participants’ skill in facilitating democratic discussions in educational or professional settings.

UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS: INS 255-A: Paideia Approach: Thinking, Talking, and Reading is a 4 credit course that includes the Paideia Institute, or EDC 498 Independent Study for 2 Credits. Register online through Records and Registration.

GRADUATE STUDENTS: ECS 543 can be taken for either 2, 3, or 4 graduate semester credits and can be counted as an elective course in the MAE program. This course is not offered through the college Records and Registration site. Contact Rachel Lloyd at lloydr@augsburg.edu to register.

FACULTY, STAFF, & COMMUNITY: The Paideia Institute welcomes all interested community members. For participants not seeking credits, there is a reduced professional development rate. Register directly at the Paideia Institute website.

http://www.augsburg.edu/paideia/institute/

Four Days in May – Evaluation

submitted by pippert@augsburg.edu

The CTL Fellows invite you to provide your feedback for Four Days in May. Everyone that RSVPd to at least one session was sent an evaluation on Friday as we are interested in input. If you missed the email, please use the link below.

Also, resources from several sessions have been collected. You can find a link to the resources in today’s A-mail under “Four Days – Resources.” Eventually, the resources and the sessions that were recorded will also be posted on the CTL website in a more organized fashion.

Four Days Evaluation

Four Days in May – Resources

submitted by pippert@augsburg.edu

Resources from several of the Four Days in May sessions have been collected and can be found in the folder below. Eventually, the resources and the sessions that were recorded will also be posted on the CTL website in a more organized fashion.

We also invite you to provide your feedback for Four Days in May. Please refer to “Four Days in May – Evaluations” in today’s A-mail and let us know what you thought about the sessions.

4 Days Resources

General Announcements

Commuter Student Locker Reservations

submitted by aleshirn@augsburg.edu

Summer commuter students who are looking to reserve an on-campus locker can do so by sending a reservation request to Campus Activities and Orientation (CAO) using the following link:

https://docs.google.com/a/augsburg.edu/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSc43Cy93rao9ASocfpU_tpXdQhNfT2RwjzLzFFG_0lJoeW2bQ/viewform

Note: Summer 2018 lockers are reserved starting from Monday, May 7 2018 through Friday, August 17 2018

Food resources for students, staff & faculty

submitted by nguyenj@augsburg.edu

Hello everyone!
Campus Cupboard is open for the summer on Thursdays from 12pm-4pm (hours subject to change). We will be open this Thursday 5/17! Please come in and check out what we have stocked. Students should have their student ID when coming to the Cupboard. Limit 5 items per student.
In addition to Campus Cupboard, there are several different food resources relatively close to Augsburg students/staff/faculty can utilize if needed. The link is down below.
We understand that summer payroll hasn’t kicked in yet for some students, so accessibility to food may be an issue.
Please don’t hesitate to reach out to me or Campus Kitchen with questions, comments, or concerns. Thank you and take care.

Food resources around Augsburg University

National Bike To Work Week: Know the Law

submitted by peterlin@augsburg.edu

Auggies, it’s National Bike to Work Week from May 14-18th. I am calling all faculty and staff, who are able, to ride your bike to work during the week of May 14-18!

Before you begin bicycling, or as a refresher, be prepared to share the road and know the laws regarding safe bicycling in Minnesota. It’s important to know these rules as a motorist, as well!

1. Bicyclists may ride on all Minnesota Roads, except where restricted.
2. Bicyclists should ride on the road, and must ride in the same direction as traffic.
3. Motorists must at all times maintain a three-foot clearance when passing a bicyclist.
4. Bicyclists must obey all traffic control signs and signals.
5. Motorists and bicyclists must yield the right-of-way to each other.
6. Bicyclists must signal their turns and should ride in a predictable manner.
7. Bicyclists must use headlight and rear reflectors when it is dark. To increase visibility, add a rear flashing light.
8. Bicyclists should always wear helmets.

For more information, visit: https://www.dot.state.mn.us/bike/education/index.html

Join me and fellow colleagues in cycling to work; post a picture and use hashtag #TakeARide2018 on your choice of social media as proof and inspiration to others. I encourage you all to promote group bike rides, repair sessions, and coordinate meet-ups to help spread the word during this week, and beyond.

Questions? Contact Nicole at peterlin@augsburg.edu

Event Announcements

Norway and USA’s Constitutions: A Historic Perspective

Augsburg University’s Norway Hub, in partnership with the Royal Norwegian Honorary Consulate General, will host a seminar titled Historic Perspectives on Norway and USA’s Constitutions, on Tuesday, May 29, from 11 a.m.–12 p.m. at the Augsburg University Campus.

We invite you all to register for this free event that will provide a historic perspective on the two constitutions including shared influences and legacies. Speakers are Bård Thorheim, political advisor to the Norwegian Minister of Foreign Affairs, as well as Bård Frydenlund, historian and director at Eidsvoll 1814.

Any questions should be sent to Bettine (hermansb@augsburg.edu).

Velkommen!

Register here.

Lunch and Learn with Thrivent Financial – Wed., May 23

submitted by garvey@augsburg.edu

Thrivent Financial advisors Ted Nielsen and Alex Gonzalez, will briefly discuss topics for new and mid-career professionals such as managing debt, care for young children, saving for further education – as well as planning for retirement. You can leave with valuable information and resources. Co-hosted through our Wellness program, Student Affairs, and Thrivent Financial. Lunch is provided.

12—1:15 pm in the Marshall room

To ensure we have enough space and food, and to see about dietary needs, please go to https://goo.gl/forms/fdhruJniWDrFrg9B2

Questions? Contact Ann Garvey at garvey@augsburg.edu

Yoga Tomorrow

submitted by lamberte@augsburg.edu

Good Morning. I will be teaching yoga at Augsburg this summer until June 27. Please join us tomorrow from 12:15–1 p.m. in Si-Melby 128.
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. Mats will be available if you do not have your own mat. Open to all students, staff, faculty, and any others part of the Augsburg community. Private sessions are available as well, let me know if you are interested. Please e-mail me if you have any questions or suggestions at lamberte@augsburg.edu.

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