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Are you a sophomore or a junior with a deep interest in central issues and theories regarding conflict, war and peace. Then this program is for you!
Six colleges founded by Norwegian-American immigrants in the 19th century sponsor an annual summer Peace Scholars program in Norway, designed to deepen students’ understanding of central issues on the global arena. If selected as a Peace Scholar you will be awarded a seven-week academic experience held at The Nansen Dialogue Network in Lillehammer and The University of Oslo International Summer School.
Applications are due February 1st, an info session on the program will take place January 24th at 5p.m. Location TBD.
If you have questions, please contact:
Bettine Hoff Hermanson at email@example.com (ext. 1378),
Leah Spinosa de Vega at firstname.lastname@example.org (ext. 1650) or
Kristian Evans, 2018 Peace Scholar from Augsburg University, at email@example.com
More information, and application instructions, can be found on our Center for Global Education and Experience (CGEE)
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Apply by January 31 to join the 2-week summer course in Puerto Rico. The course is THR 295 – Art Performing Social Change. It is a 4-credit class that examines the role of art in resistance and social change.
The program takes place in Puerto Rico, USA, from May 13-29, but you must apply by January 31.
The cost of the program is only $3,475!
Tuition for 4 Credits $1,680
Program Fee* $2,971
CGEE Travel Grant -$1,176 (automatically awarded to all Auggies)
Total Program Cost: $3,475
*This all-inclusive program fee covers: tuition, round-trip airfare, all lodging, most meals, all program activities, and all transportation during the program.
SCHOLARSHIPS ARE AVAILABLE!!!
Don’t hesitate. Be one of the cool kids and go to Puerto Rico–earn credit, and fulfill your Augsburg Experience this May!
Learn more about the program, the scholarships, and apply online!
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If you are looking for an internship or graduating in the spring, you should attend the Minnesota’s Private Colleges annual JOB AND INTERNSHIP FAIR on Thursday, February 21 at the Minneapolis Convention Center. This fair stands out as one of the premier college/employer partnerships in the country. The exhibit hall is open from 9:00 a.m .- 2:00 p.m. (You can stay for as long as you are able)
It is NOT to early to start researching the employers that are registered. Visit the
http://mnpcfair.org/ to learn more about the fair.
WHY ATTEND THE FAIR?
*Explore opportunities in a variety of industries and majors.
*Chat with more than 275 employers – all under one roof!
*Open to undergraduate students (sophomores, juniors, and seniors) from the Minnesota Private Colleges.
*Get your free professional LinkedIn Photo taken at the fair!
REGISTER & PAY THE $12 FEE in Handshake
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Kipsu is pioneering a software-based solution designed to revolutionize how service-driven brands interact with consumers. They are looking to hire students graduating spring 2019 that have an interest in business. There will be a panel and overview about Kipsu, along with time to network. Pizza Provided.
All are welcome to learn more. Sponsored by: Augsburg Business Organization and Strommen Career & Internship Center
Date: January 24th
Time: 4:30 pm
Location: Hagfors Center, 351
Handshake for more info and to join the event
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Please note on your calendars that we will again have two hours set aside for assessment work on Tuesday, February 26. Departments are encouraged to use this time to discuss or work on their annual assessment project. The Assessment Committee will also be conducting three workshops this year.
Writing Effective Learning Outcomes
Facilitator: Jenny Hanson
In this 30 minute workshop, participants will learn how to craft effective and assessable learning outcomes for their department, program, or course. Participants are encouraged to bring current outcomes to the workshop. If you are unsure of your department or program’s learning outcomes, contact Kerri Maher.
Department/Program Curriculum Mapping
Facilitator: Kristen Chamberlain
Do you need to update your department or program curricular map? Does making a curriculum map sound like fun, but you have no idea where to begin? Then this is the workshop for you! During this 30 minute workshop you can see examples of curriculum maps and update your own. Creating up-to-date curriculum maps is particularly important as we submit our HLC assurance agreement this summer. Participants are invited to bring their current maps to the workshop. If you need to find your department or program map, please contact Kerri Maher.
Institutional Assessment: Writing
During this presentation, attendees will learn about the Institutional Assessment project on writing. The presentation will demonstrate how the Assessment Committee is using Aqua to assess writing on our campus.
Lunch is provided, so please let us know if you plan to attend.
RSVP for Assessment Day Workshops and Lunch