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Teaching and Learning
- Forum Podcast Ep. 34 – Strategies to Elevate Women’s Self-Empowerment
- Watch: Creating One Minnesota with Governor Tim Walz, part 1
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In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Dr. Myra Hubbard (Hubbard & Hubbard, Inc.) explores the difference between being empowered and self-empowered, how to elevate women’s “self-empowered,” as well as offering next-level practices and strategies for both personal and professional development.
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Watch as Minnesota Governor Tim Walz shares his vision for One Minnesota during The Forum on Workplace Inclusions October 31, 2019 Diversity Insights Breakfast event in Minneapolis, MN.
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A virtual town hall for Augsburg faculty and staff will take place Thursday, June 4 at 11 a.m. Panelists will include President Paul Pribbenow, Provost and Chief Academic Officer Karen Kaivola, Vice President and Chief Strategy Officer Leif Anderson, and Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Rebecca John. A recording will be posted after the event.
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The Center for Global Education and Experience (Study Abroad & Away) is operating remotely and we have appointments available via Zoom. Our staff and peer advisors are here to support you as you plan ahead for the future!
Semester and short-term programs in the US and internationally are available for fall semester and beyond. Short-term courses for spring break and summer 2021 have destinations in the following locations: Guatemala, New York City, Minnesota Tribal Lands, Cuba, Germany, and Italy.
Our advisors are here to help every Auggie – whether you’re just getting started with Study Abroad & Away, or you already have a program chosen. Schedule an appointment here:
You can also send us an email: firstname.lastname@example.org, or stop by our website, below.
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The McNair Scholars Program helps students reach their graduate school goals by offering a unique research experience during their undergraduate degree. Participating students spend an average of 400 hours exploring their topics, developing a thesis, collecting and reviewing data, and preparing a formal presentation of their findings. Research provides the opportunity to develop a mentoring relationship by working one-on-one with a faculty member; gaining extensive skills and knowledge in a discipline; exposure to methodological techniques; writing and public speaking practice by submitting papers to professional conferences and journals; and attaining strong letters of recommendation.
Salma Ahmed, Senior, Clinical Psychology
Dr. Ankita Deka
Nichelle Camden, Senior, Biochemistry
Dr. Benjamin Binder
Anahi Cantoran, Senior, Biology
Dr. Jennifer Bankers-Fulbright
Nou-Chee Chang, Junior, Secondary Education & Communication Arts
Dr. Adriane Brown
Joseph Gaskill, Senior, Anthropology & American Indian Studies
Dr. Matthew Sumera (Hamline University)
Jennifer Medina, Senior, Sociology
Dr. Diane Pike
Quinlan Nelson, Senior, Psychology & Sociology
Dr. Melissa Hensley
Melisa Robles Olivar, Senior, Gender, Sexuality & Women’s Studies
Dr. Adriane Brown
Falak Tawakalna, Junior, Biochemistry
Dr. Z. Vivian Feng
Please visit https://www.augsburg.edu/mcnair/mcnair-summer-research/ for a complete list of research descriptions.
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Congratulations Class of 2020 — you are a college graduate. If you need help finding health insurance check out the MN Sure information. While the graduation experience looks different this year, it’s still a milestone.
Don’t forget to look at your health insurance options so you are covered. If graduating means losing your health insurance, you may qualify for a special enrollment period.
You can stay on a parent’s plan if you are younger than 26, or you can enroll through MNsure on your own.
Free application help is available (Check out the link below). Many young adults qualify for low-cost or no-cost options.
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Our doors may be locked, but Lindell Library collections and services are fully accessible online. Students, faculty and staff may still:
* access all library databases, ebooks, and streaming audio / video services
* borrow print books through our curbside pickup or US mail delivery
* borrow laptops, mobile hot spots, and other equipment for use in your coursework
* get answers to research questions using our chat and email reference services
* schedule a Zoom-based individual research consultation
* request a library instruction session for your class (faculty only)
* obtain journal articles through interlibrary loan
* read the Chronicle of Higher Education for free
As always, librarians are ready to assist with all your research needs. For additional information, visit our home page at http://library.augsburg.edu, send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, or drop us a line at 612-330-1017.
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A Gathering of Lament
Campus Ministry will hold a virtual space on Zoom today at 10:30 – 10:50 am, for our Augsburg community to gather together to grieve and to share about the death of George Floyd at the hands of the Minneapolis Police. It will be a time of prayer and lament. Please also visit the Campus Ministry blog to read “A Prayer for Breath.” https://www.augsburg.edu/campusministry/2020/05/26/a-prayer-for-breath/
Join Zoom Meeting
Janice Dames is inviting you to a scheduled Zoom meeting.
Meeting ID: 956 1355 7015
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The 2020 virtual commencement ceremony viewing links are now available on the Augsburg commencement web page. We hope you will join us for one of the two viewing times.
Friday, May 29, 7:00 p.m. Central
Sunday, May 31, 2:00 p.m. Central
Come recognize and cheer on the Class of 2020!