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Teaching and Learning
- Fulbright: Live Abroad After Graduating
- Yes, You Can Use the WL During the Summer
- Advice for Mid-Career Faculty
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Fulbright program participants pursue graduate or professional study, advanced research or English teaching in elementary and secondary schools or universities abroad. Each year, approximately 1,900 Americans traveling to more than 140 countries receive support from the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.
If this program is something you are interested in, here is the first step towards applying:
• Call the URGO office at 612-330-1446, or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to schedule an appointment to meet with our staff
Competitive applicants will be:
• U.S. Citizen
• Senior, Graduate Student or Alumni
• Any major can apply
• GPA 3.4+
See our blog for Augsburg’s most recent Fulbright Scholars.
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The Augsburg Writing Lab is now open and writing tutors are available through Summer Session II (through Wed, August 16). The Lab is located in Lindell Library, street level, just left of the circulation desk. Summer hours are Tuesdays and Wednesdays from 4 – 6:30. Online help is also available for students who can not be on campus during the lab hours. Questions? Contact K.Swanson, English Department.
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“Mid-Career Faculty: How to Stay Engaged, Fulfilled, and Productive” was just added to the resources available through CTL. While you are relaxing and re-tooling this summer, we invite you to take a moment and look under the Faculty Resources tab on the CTL website for a host of helpful links.
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Please join us for the URGO Summer Research Presentations on July 24th and 25th from 12:30 – 4 p.m. in Kennedy 303 and 305. Students have been conducting research on campus for the past 11 weeks under the mentorship of a faculty member in their field. The program includes students from a wide range of disciplines and highlights diverse research methods and topics. This event is open to the public, and we encourage staff and faculty to come support these student researchers!
See our website for the 2017 URGO Summer Research Conference Schedule.
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One component of the McNair Scholars Program is a 10-week summer research project. Each year students work with a faculty mentor on a specific topic, culminating in a final paper and presentation. Please join us next Wednesday when the students present their research on campus.
WHAT: McNair Scholars Summer Research Presentations
WHEN: Wednesday, July 19, 2017
WHERE: Kennedy 303/305
TIME: 10:00am – 1:30pm
Panel 1: 10:00 – 10:45am
Mentor: Dr. Andrew Aoki
How Foreign Relations Shaped the Racial Depiction of Asian Immigrants: Focusing on Newspaper Accounts
Mentor: Dr. Adriane Brown
Black Women Encountering Representation of Black Women: Black Feminist Theory and Pop Culture Representations
Mentor: Dr. Robert Cowgill
The Genre of Justice: An Inquiry into the Tension of Voice and Style in Supreme Court Opinions
Panel 2: 11:00am-11:45am
James Kurtz III
Mentor: Dr. Benjamin Denkinger
The Influence of Competitive States on the Perception of Flow
Mentors: Dr. Benjamin Denkinger
Clock Watchers: Does Time Checking Decrease Task Performance?
Mai Xee Vang
Mentors: Dr. Nancy Rodenborg and Dr. Rebekah Dupont
Easing Into a 4-year Institution as a STEM Transfer Student: “What Year Are You?”
Panel 3: 12:00pm-1:30pm
Mentor: Dr. David Crowe
Neural activity in a mouse model of schizophrenia: A Comparison of neural activity in wild-type and 22q11.2-microdeletion mice
Mentor: Dr. M. Nidanie Henderson-Stull
Towards building a locus-specific database (LSDB) to study drug-resistant mechanism for variants of the cancer-causing protein, Bcr-Abl
Mentor: Dr. Matthew Haines
The Historical Development of Vector Analysis: What Worked and What Did Not
Mentor: Dr. Ana Ribeiro
Validation of a Modified Functional Movement Screen Test for Division III Female Soccer Players
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My name is April Johnson and I am a rising senior here at Augsburg.
I am selling an Amati’s Fine Instruments, full size, artisan model cello.
It is held in a red, light weight, molded case that can be locked. The case has wheels, backpack straps, and zips close.
The cello also comes with 2 bows, lightly used rosin, and a rubber rock stop.
The cello has four years of use and is in excellent condition.
Please contact with any questions! 701-552-1045
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Wrought iron, white, excellent condition structurally but some dings in the finish. Two twin mattresses included. Dimensions 79″ w x 42″ d x 40′ h (in back). See craigslist link for pics. Asking $350 obo.
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B’s Home Cannery, one of our previous farmer’s market vendors, has left some strawberry, strawberry rhubarb, rhubarb, and blueberry jam to sell. The jars are in the Sabo Center front entrance (lower level Anderson). Stop by and grab some and follow the directions by the box for record keeping and payment!