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The Humanities Connections program seeks to expand the role of the humanities in undergraduate education at two- and four-year institutions. Awards support innovative curricular approaches that foster partnerships among humanities faculty and their counterparts in the social and natural sciences and in pre-service or professional programs (such as business, engineering, health sciences, law, computer science, and other technology-driven fields), in order to encourage and develop new integrative learning opportunities for students.
Maximum award amount: Up to $35,000 for Planning; up to $150,000 for Implementation
Application available: June 3, 2022
Optional draft due: July 21, 2022
Deadline: September 1, 2022
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Are you an Augsburg student who started at Augsburg between Fall 2018 and Fall 2020? Share your pandemic experiences!
Augsburg undergraduate students are invited to participate in a student-led research study (IRB# 2022-26-03) where you’ll talk about your curricular and co-curricular experiences over the last few years. If you participate, you’ll be asked to complete a 30-90 minute interview and you will be compensated with a $15 Target gift card. If you are interested, please email Hanad Mohamud at Mohamu15@Augsburg.edu.
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A-mail publication will be suspended Monday, July 4, as Augsburg observes Independence Day. Publication of A-mail will resume Tuesday, July 5. All messages submitted until midnight on July 4 will be distributed on July 5. Send questions or concerns via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Catherina Kipper, URGO’s Prehealth Professions Specialist, will be returning to the University of MN, having accepted a position as an Assistant Director of Advising in the College of Liberal Arts. In the seven plus years that Catherina worked at Augsburg she established a stellar prehealth science advising program and assisted countless students and alums with their applications and interviews to various prehealth science programs. She also served as the advisor to the newly created and active Pre-Dentistry and Pre-PA clubs.
Students sought Catherina out because she provided honest and thorough advice about how to be a competitive prehealth applicant. She is particularly gifted as a writing coach, painstakingly reading multiple drafts of statements and secondary applications, always helping students find their own voices. Because of her commitment and knowledge, more Augsburg students and alums gained admissions to prehealth programs and more of them had multiple offers.
All of her staff and faculty colleagues immediately noticed her professionalism, deep knowledge of the health professions, dedication to student advancement, cross cultural competency and generous nature. As the only other staff member in URGO, Catherina accepted multiple responsibilities to ensure that the office functioned with a high quality of service–always her standard.
We thank her for her dedicated service to Augsburg and wish her the best in her new position.
Please join us on Thursday, July 7th in Hagfors 101 for cake and well wishes from 2:00 to 4:00 pm.
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826 MPLS, located in the Seward neighborhood just a 10 minute walk from Augsburg, is looking for volunteers for summer programs. Their mission “amplifies the voices, stories, and power of K-12 BIPOC students through writing, publishing, and leadership programs.” This summer program begins on July 13th. Students visit outdoor locations to learn about the natural environment and sustainability, writing about what they learn, their thoughts and experiences.
Volunteer shifts are between two and four hours on Tuesdays, Wednesdays, and Thursdays. You can get in touch with proud Augsburg alum, Aminah Hussein, for more information: email@example.com
To learn more about 826 MSP visit their website: https://www.826msp.org/