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RSVP Now for “Bodies in Motion: The philosophy, science, and politics of movement”

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What does it mean to make a city equitable and just? What is equitable and just movement (transportation) in cities, how can it be achieved, and what holds us back? This work applies the philosophy and science of embodiment, along with a relatively unknown analysis of capital, to give us new answers to and perspectives on these questions. Simultaneously artistic and scientific, this work affirms existential need and edification as valid criteria for equitable and just city making policies and practices.

Come hear this discussion by Lars Christiansen, Shelby Breidenbach, and Maura Gunter. Lunch is provided.

Monday, November 12th
11:10 am – 12:20 pm, Marshall Room


Book Group Meeting: “Where we Stand: Class Matters” by Bell Hooks

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For those who picked up a copy of “Where we Stand: Class Matters” by Bell Hooks, tomorrow is the first of two available discussion times. The CTL fellows for Diversity and Inclusion are hosting this opportunity to meet and talk about the book and the issues it explores.

The two choices of discussion times are:
Tomorrow, Friday, Nov. 2nd: 12:30-1:30 pm in the Marshall Room
Next Thursday, Nov. 8th: 3:40-4:40 pm in the Marshall Room


General Announcements

Guest Reading with Neighorhood Kids

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Here’s your chance to read to first and second graders from the Cedar-Riverside Community School either at the school or at Augsburg! Slots are open on the second Tuesdays of the month from 11:30-12pm or the fourth Tuesdays of the month on campus from 9:30-10am. You can choose the book! There are lots of good children’s books in the Lindell Library that you can check out!

Please sign up by clicking on the link attached to this post.

The Guest Reader Program is sponsored by The Sabo Center for Democracy and Citizenship in cooperation with the Cedar-Riverside Community School. All are welcome to participate, but slots are limited.

Save The Date: Learn more about Work Authorization for International Students

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Faculty and Staff, if you are interested in learning more about what options international students have for employment, please attend one of ISSS’s Curricular Practical Training (CPT) or Optional Practical Training (OPT) Workshop. These workshops provide information on the authorizations for international students so you can better support and connect to opportunities for the students you advise.

Curricular Practical Training (CPT)
F-1 students may be authorized and documented in SEVIS to work or internship experiences off campus once they have been in F-1 Status for one year and studied full time. Before participating in any kind of off-campus employment, students must consult an international student advisor. Curricular Practical Training or CPT, is a temporary employment or training with in their major field of study and integral to the curriculum.

Upcoming Workshops this year:
Nov 27, 2018 4 – 5pm
Hagfors 104

Feb 13, 2019 3:30 – 4:30pm
Hagfors 104

Mar 7, 2019 11:30am – 12:30pm
Cedar Room

Apr 11, 2019 3:30 – 4:30pm
Hagfors 104

Optional Practical Training (OPT)
Optional Practical Training or OPT, is recommended by international student advisor and approved by USCIS for 12 months (with a potential 24 month STEM Extension) for after graduation. The work must be related to the student’s major field of study.

Upcoming Workshops this year:

Nov 9, 2018 10:30 – 11:30am
Cedar Room

Dec 5, 2018 3:30 – 4:30pm
Hagfors 104

January 16, 2019 12:00 – 1:00pm
Cedar Room

If you have any questions, please contact International Student and Scholar Services at You can also review this information on the ISSS website.

ISSS Website

Complete Your Service Hours With the Urban Debate League

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The Minnesota Urban Debate League is a program of Augsburg University. We provide academic competitive debate programming to middle and high school students in the Twin Cities.

We’re looking for debate judges and hospitality volunteers for its upcoming high school debate tournaments.

No debate experience? No problem. We train volunteers at every tournament.

What Judges Do:

● Watch rounds and evaluate teams on logic, argumentation, and public speaking.
● Provide written feedback and assign points to each debater.
● Choose the winner of each debate!

Opportunities to Volunteer:

● November 9th & 10th: Tamar Kaplan (Highland Park HS, St. Paul)
● November 17th: UMBrooks (U of M, West Bank)
● December 7th & 8th: UDL Championship (WTMS, St. Paul)

We have open evening shifts on Fridays and open morning or afternoon shifts on Saturdays.

Can’t make it this semester? We’ll need volunteers for our middle School, Spanish, and Somali debate tournaments in spring. Email us at for more information.

Come for the pizza. Stay to learn from our amazing students!

Visit us in Foss Office 18 |

Volunteer With Us

Tues., Nov. 6 elections

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Minnesota holds its midterm elections on Tues., Nov. 6. Information about how to register, where to vote, sample ballot – and more, is available from the Minnesota Secretary of State website,

Early voting began on Sept. 21 and continues through Nov. 5

Students living on campus can vote in the precinct for Augsburg and register online or on Election Day. Augsburg will provide the City of Minneapolis Board of Election with a list of resident students.

Augsburg will be the voting place for its local precinct – Marshall room, Christensen Center.

Cultural Night

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Hi everyone,

Hope you are doing well, International Education Week is coming and we are looking for people who want to represent their culture. It can involve showing your traditional clothing, a talent or simply walking with music that represents your country or culture.

The event is going to happen on November 16th 2018 From 6:00 PM to 8:00 PM

If you know anyone who would be interested, let them know.
If you have questions email

Cultural Night

Event Announcements

The Arsonists’ Tickets Now on Sale

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Tickets for Augsburg Theater Department’s production of ‘The Arsonists’ are now on sale at

Student – $3.00
Faculty/Staff – $6.00
Non-Augsburg Students – $5.00
Augsburg Alumni – $4.00
General Public – $8.00

Augsburg Theater Department is now offering online purchases for tickets! Tickets are prepaid online, eliminating lines and wait time. Simply bring your printed or downloaded ticket to the theater door or take the gamble and buy at the box office (cash or check only) 45 mins prior to show time.

Biology Research Symposium TODAY

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The Biology Research Symposium, hosted by Tri-Beta is TODAY (Nov 1st)! The symposium will be taking place at 6:00pm in Hagfors 150. Free Jimmy Johns will be provided! This year’s presenters are Olivia Fitch, Andy Thao, Leah Patrick and Maia Crews-Erjavec. Come enjoy a free meal, learn about some of the amazing research going on at Augsburg, and support your peers! We hope to see you there!

One more on campus flu shot clinic coming

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The MN Visiting Nurse Association has a few additional flu shot clinic dates available so they will be back at Augsburg on Wednesday 11/14/18 from 10:30 – 12:00 pm for on campus flu shots. Most insurances are accepted or you can pay $38 cash or check. It is a walk-in clinic so no appointment is needed. Please bring your insurance card and a photo ID. Any questions, call Dianne in the CWC office at 612-330-1707.

Give to the Max Day Giving Starts Today

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Today is the start Give to the Max Day giving period, a 15 day giving extravaganza which allows individuals to donate to their organization of choice. This year our goal is to raise $250,000 across all projects from 1,001 unique donors!

This year, 30 Augsburg academic departments, athletic teams, and campus programs are fundraising. You can see all Augsburg projects by visiting

Help support the variety of programs that make Augsburg such a unique and wonderful university!

Augsburg Give to the Max Day

One More Flu Shot Clinic on 11/14

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Still needing a flu shot? The MN Visiting Nurse Association will be at the Center for Wellness and Counseling office once more on Wednesday 11/14/18 from 10:30 – 12:00 pm. Please stop by with your insurance card (most insurances accepted) and a photo ID or you can pay $38 cash or check. The CWC office is located on the first floor of the Anderson Res Hall. No appointments are needed – walk on in and get your shot. Any questions, please call the CWC office at 612-330-1707. Let’s keep our campus and Augsburg community healthy this flu season — get your flu shot!

Workshop: Crafting Compelling Personal Statements for STEM Opportunities

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“Crafting Compelling Personal Statements for STEM Opportunities” – presented by Dixie Shafer and Kirsten O’Brien of the Office of Undergraduate Research and Graduate Opportunity (URGO).

Tues., Nov. 6, 3:40-4:50 Room OGC 113 or
Wed., Nov. 7, 3:10-4:20 Room OGC 111

Each workshop will be offered twice. Pick whichever time works best for you. Workshops are open to all interested students.

STEM workshops are designed to help students majoring in biology, biopsychology, chemistry, computer science, environmental studies, mathematics and physics meet their career goals.

Questions? Email:

Orientation Leader Ice Cream Social

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To get more information about the 2019 Orientation Leader position, as well as the experiences of the past Orientation Leaders, we invite you to our Ice Cream Social that will be on November 1st from 5pm- 6pm in the Student Lounge.

If you are interested in applying or if you’re not sure if the position would be a good fit please stop by, grab some ice cream, and learn more about the role.

You do not have to attend the entire time if there is a conflict with classes or other commitments. We will have a panel during the first part of the event.

Hope to see you there!

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Strommen Center hiring student Peer Advisors

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The Strommen Career & Internship Center is looking to hire new student employees for the spring 2019 semester as Career Peer Advisors.

Learn how to assist other students on career related topics such as resumes and cover letters, internship and job searching, and more. Each Peer Advisor will be scheduled to work 5-10hrs per week and paid $11.25/hr.

Apply today if you are interested in helping others, are a good communicator/writer, or want to learn more about careers and the world of work. Deadline to apply online via Handshake is Friday Nov 9th.

Handshake Strommen Peer Advisor job posting