Public Safety and Facilities Announcements
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The new University Course Survey is now in the hands of students. Remember that the recently faculty-approved form is shorter and focuses squarely on student perceptions of their course experiences. Faculty are expected to dedicate 5-10 minutes of class time to completing the form. Be sure to let students know ahead of time (and post on your Moodle site) so they can bring a mobile device; since forms are voluntary, the faculty member must leave the room for this activity. A recommended protocol is included in a message from the University Course Survey system. Using class time boosts response rates to an acceptable level, thus poor response rates are likely to be a failure to follow this protocol.
We also encourage good practice in having faculty collect their own customized data on pedagogy, assignments, and recommendations for future changes in the course using Moodle or pen and paper during class time.
Questions can be directed to Scott Krajewski, firstname.lastname@example.org or Diane Pike, email@example.com. Chairs are asked to please make sure all adjunct faculty are informed about and supported in this process.
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Current Students – Have you ever contemplated the question, “How am I called to work and serve in a community?” Are you wondering about how your talents, skills, preferences, and passions can inform your career decision making and preparations? Are you interested in exploring purpose, meaning, and vocation in a practical way?
If so, we have a spring semester internship opportunity for you to consider: the Christensen Vocation Internship Program!
Paid Internship with opportunity for a personalized role at a faith-based nonprofit in Minneapolis
Ongoing contact and mentorship with knowledgeable site supervisors
Reflect on your internship experiences, readings, and personalized assessments with a cohort of your peers
There are four sites available for the internship, with roles ranging from youth development to community organizing to emergency rental assistance with people experiencing homelessness.
For more information – https://www.augsburg.edu/ccv/2018/11/27/2019-vocation-intern-opportunity/
Apply to one or more of the intern sites through Handshake, https://augsburg.joinhandshake.com/login
Note: Priority deadline for applications due December 7. Following that date, applications will be accepted on a rolling basis as the positions are open.
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If you are still looking for Spring classes AIS is offering the following courses:
• AIS 105 Introduction to American Indian Studies (fulfills a humanities LAF and a Culture and Social Justice elective) MWF 11:10-12:20
• AIS 264 American Indians in the Cinema (fulfills an AIS, film, or Culture and Social Justice elective) T-TH 1:50-3:30 pm
• AIS 405 Indigenous Activism and Resistance in the Americans (fulfills AIS uppder division elective, Keystone and Culture and Social Justice upper division course) MWF 1:50-3:00 pm
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Help support Augsburg students over the holiday break.
Faculty and staff are encouraged to bring contributions to Augsburg’s Campus Cupboard at the December 20 Faculty and Staff Holiday Party – Hagfors 150, 3-5 pm
Students need the following:
Personal care items (shampoo, deodorant, tampons, etc.)
Snack foods (granola bars, trail mix, chips, crackers, etc.)
Jars of peanut butter and other nut butters
Jars of pasta sauce
Augsburg’s Campus Cupboard will be setting up hours to open over the holiday break.
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The search committee invites the Augsburg community to help identify candidates for the Dean of Arts and Sciences position. We encourage you to share this career opportunity with your networks:
As a resource, we also include a sample email for you to complete and send to anyone you think might be interested in the position:
Please contact the search committee chair, Stacy Freiheit, with questions at x1200 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This action plan drafted by members of Augsburg Day Student Government (ADSG) summarizes the student feedback that was gathered during a panel-led discussion held on November 29th titled “What’s Next?” by ADSG.
The panel-led discussion consisted of the Student Body President facilitating discussion and six other representatives of ADSG responding to ideas and interests presented by students. Students who were in attendance voiced their expectations of ADSG and the university’s administration.
This document has four sections: what feedback has come from students, what is currently being addressed by non-ADSG parties, what changes ADSG wants to see occur, and ADSG actions/communications/timeline.
There is also a link to a survey that students may fill out with any further comments, feedback, ideas or concerns.
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TONIGHT, Dec, 6th @ 7pm in the Tjornhom-Nelson Theater, Foss Center
12 acts of music, poetry, comedy and just plain talent!
Our Second Annual Student Cabaret has been organized, led, and will be performed entirely by Augsburg students!! Hosted by Augsburg Theater Department.
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It’s late and it’s breakfast time! Monday, Dec. 17, 9:30pm to 10:45pm, Christensen Center, Commons. Free to students with Augsburg ID. Provided by A’viand’s food service.
Students are invited/encouraged to bring items to donate to Augsburg’s Campus Cupboard to help support other Augsburg students throughout the holidays.
Needed items include:
-Personal care items (shampoo, deodorant, tampons, etc.)
-Snack foods (granola bars, trail mix, chips, crackers, etc.)
-Jars of peanut butter and other nut butters
-Jars of pasta sauce
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Join Campus Ministry, Augsburg Latin American Students and Latinx Student Services in celebrating the Virgin of Guadalupe on Wednesday, December 12, in chapel at 10:40am. “Our Lady of Guadalupe has become an eminent image throughout Latin American and even North America and is often seen as an advocate for migrants and vulnerable populations across the Americas.” Bring any images of the Virgin you may have to join the display. Tamales served after.
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Want to travel and earn credits this summer? Want to learn more about your many program options? Yes? Then come to the:
SUMMER STUDY ABROAD & AWAY FAIR
Monday, Dec. 10
11am to 2pm
We will have information about the many program options, as well as advisors and program leaders on hand to answer your questions!
See you next week!