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Are you looking to expand your network and meet new professionals? The Pan-Afrikan Student Union is hosting the U.S Bank Dinner Event on Tuesday, September 23 from 5 – 7 p.m. in Hagfors 150A.
Food will be provide and business casual attire is recommended!
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Save the date for an important conversation on identifying and combating the Imposter Phenomenon! Event will be Tuesday, September 28th, from 12-1 PM.
Join the Steve Fund for this national Community Conversations event to learn about the impact and experience of Imposter Phenomenon on young people of color. Discover strategies, resources, and tools and techniques young people can use to deal with stress, anxiety and other negative mental health impacts associated with the phenomenon to promote healing, well-being, and mental health so they can survive and thrive in the college environment and as they enter the workforce.
Open to students of color in, or headed to, college, and all who support them, including family members, educators, and mental health professionals.
Dr. Kevin O. Cokley, Steve Fund Mental Health Expert, Chair-Elect, Department of Educational Psychology. University of Texas at Austin
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Join us in Hoversten Chapel at 10:40 am to hear Pastor Pastor Justin Lind-Ayres share a message on the Good Samaritan and Courage in Space. We will offer a blessing for the Men’s Soccer Team. Chapel services are recorded and available on the Campus Ministry YouTube channel.
Campus Ministry YouTube Channel
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Thursday, September 30 at 4-5 pm
Webinar sponsored by Interfaith at Augsburg and Muslim Student Association with thanks to the Batalden Ethics Grant
Please join us for a panel discussion with:
Imam Abdisalam Adam, Assistant Principal of Highland High School in St. Paul, member of the Fridley School Board; former Augsburg Interfaith Fellow
Cadnaan Deeq, former Augsburg student
Farhia Budul, CPRS, CPP, FPRS, Founder, Niyyah Recovery Initiative
Niyyah Recovery Initiative (NRI) is the first Recovery Community Organization in the nation to provide culturally responsive peer recovery support, education, awareness and advocacy in the East African immigrant, refugee, and Muslim population in Minnesota.
At a time when the local Somali community is facing a crisis of opioid addiction, we will hear the perspectives of a community leader and educator, an expert in culturally responsive peer recovery support, and a student. In addition to learning more about the crisis we will focus on ways religious communities, health care providers and Augsburg are responding and might collaborate in the future. There will be time for questions from participants.
Register in advance for this webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
Interfaith at Augsburg
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The Twin Cities area is rich in culture and arts! Have you been wanting to explore the vibrant Minneapolis music scene? Come out and see some of the talent we have here right in our backyards.
J flight is a national artist from right here in Saint Paul and he will be performing at the iconic First Ave & 7th St Entry on Tuesday, September 21st! Come show support and maybe find a new favorite artist or two while you are at it!
Special guests include: Soda Supreme, Xten with Rich Goone and Alexkai, Yare and Knucky. Hosted by Tadow.
This is an 18+ event. ID required. Doors open at 7, Show starts at 8. Tickets are $10 in advance and $12 at the door.
You must have your vaccine card or proof of a negative covid test within 72 hours prior to the show.
Buy Tickets Here!
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Over the last school year, it felt difficult to connect and we are glad to be able to reconnect. Auggie Connect is open to Augsburg students with disabilities and is a space to gather, support one another and find community. Join CLASS staff Cassie Charles and your fellow Auggie students on Mondays from 3:30-4:30 PM beginning September 20. Meeting topics may include assistive technology, communicating effectively with instructors, managing stress and other topics of interest to you. Join us in person (OGC 100) or via Zoom. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for disability-related accommodations.
See you Monday!
Zoom Meeting ID: 930 1256 1020
Join Zoom meeting Monday September 20
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The Gilman Scholarship is a study abroad scholarship of up to several thousand dollars! It’s a competitive scholarship, but Auggies have a good track record of being awarded. Come to one of the Gilman Scholarship info sessions to learn more about study abroad, the scholarship, and tips for submitting a competitive application.
GILMAN SCHOLARSHIP INFO SESSIONS
Wednesday Sept 22, 3:30-4:30pm in OGC 100
Thursday, Sept 23, 3:45-4:45 pm in OGC 100
To be eligible for the Gilman Scholarship, a student must be a U.S. citizen and receiving a Federal Pell Grant during the time of application or during the term of the study abroad program or internship.
Gilman Scholarship applications are ***due October 5*** for study abroad in spring 2022, summer or fall/academic year 2022. March 1 deadline for summer and fall 2022 programs and beyond.
Have questions? Get in touch:
Gilman Scholarship information and application
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Friday September 17, 2021 4pm – 5pm (CDT)
Dina Soulek, Senior Recruiter | NetSPI
Marissa Allen, Security Consultant | NetSPI
Graduate of Normandale Community College and Augsburg University
Have you ever thought about being an ethical hacker but didn’t know where to begin? NetSPI hires people for our 6-month immersive training program where we typically hire recent college grads or folks looking to make a career change. This 6-month program training program comes along with competitive pay and benefits typical with all full-time employees at NetSPI (including health, dental, vision, etc.). The training program is staged as an extension of the classroom – where we’ve had groups as small as 4 and as large as 16 learn all things pentesting. We typically gear the program towards web app pentesting with hopes of setting a strong foundation for our pentesters to learn and grow into different areas across our service lines. Once they reach the 6 months mark, they are reviewed via a lab to be considered for a promotion to a client facing penetration tester.
In this presentation we will share who we are (NetSPI), introduce ourselves and what we do, portray a day in the life as a pentester, and what growth at our organization looks like. There will be an interactive portion of the presentation and the opportunity to ask questions!
For more information about NetSPI: https://www.netspi.com/careers/
Register in advance for this virtual presentation:
The zoom link for the virtual event will be sent to all registrants prior to the event.