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An audio roster has arrived in Moodle

submitted by krajewsk@augsburg.edu

What is an audio roster? An audio roster is a class roster where students and faculty can record themselves saying their name. That way everyone knows how to say each others’ name. It’s important that you record your name even if you think it’s an “easy” name — easy to you may not be easy to someone else.

Faculty can add a “Name Coach Audio Roster” as an activity in their moodle course. See http://go.augsburg.edu/namecoach for the steps.

You can record your name on an audio roster in a course in addition to listening to names. You just record your name once and it shows up in any course using the audio roster. You can re-record it whenever you want.

In the coming months we’ll have the name recordings showing up in Records and Registration and elsewhere. Wider communication will happen in the summer when the audio recording is in more places. But for now any faculty who want to start using it are able to do so.

Adding an audio roster to a course

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UC-Subcommittee Forum – Spring Session

submitted by fulford@augsburg.edu

Join Staff Senate to hear goals, updates, and plans moving forward from the University Council subcommittees whom we didn’t hear from this Fall.

Tuesday, April 2nd
1-2pm
OGC 100

Resource Committee (Net Growth Revenue Update)—Beth Reissenweber
Resource Committee (Staffing Structure Update)—Karen Kaivola
Enrollment Committee—Robert Gould
Student Success Committee—Katie Bishop

This is the second of this year’s two part series to help allow more time for questions. Half of the sub-committees presented this fall (read our event recap on the Staff Senate website). We look forward to seeing you there!

LEAD Fellow Application Open for Fall 2019

submitted by tarisl@augsburg.edu

LEAD Fellows (Leaders for Equity, Action, and Democracy) are undergraduates who do public work projects and paid apprenticeships at community-based organizations. Students bring energy, creativity, and commitment to the communities in which they work, while learning about public issues and developing capacity as agents of change. The program provides LEAD Fellows with a supportive cohort experience, and unique, challenging opportunities to do meaningful paid work while pursuing their education. The LEAD program is supervised by Sabo Center Staff who are committed to walking with students though their work and education experience. Applications for the upcoming fall semester are due April 1st.

Online Application

A Conversation with First Lady Gwen Walz and Gay Rights Advocate Randy Florke

submitted by bergc2@augsburg.edu

Randy Florke will speak about the gay rights movement in a conversation with Gwen Walz, an advocate in her own right for equality, public education, and prison education. Walz is the wife of Minnesota Governor Tim Walz and recently began working at Augsburg. Walz and Florke met when they were both Congressional spouses. Florke is married to New York Congressman Sean Patrick Maloney.
When: Tuesday, March 26, 2019
6:30 p.m. Registration
7:00 p.m. Program with Q and A
8:30 p.m. Reception
Where:
Sateren Auditorium, Augsburg University
2200 7 1/2 Street S., Minneapolis
*Video taping is prohibited to maintain a safe space for dialogue.

Get tickets at this link. Admission is free.

Event Announcements

Norsk film: Amundsen – March 27

submitted by hermansb@augsburg.edu

On Wednesday, March 27, Norway Hub will alongside Amundsen Sport, Sons of Norway and the Honorary Consulate General of Norway host a privat screening of Amundsen, the newly released film of Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen.

Date: Wednesday, March 27
Time: 6:00PM – 9:00PM (Film screening starts at 7:00 pm)
Place: Sateren Auditorium, Anderson Music Hall

AMUNDSEN is a dramatized biopic movie about an unknown man from impoverished Norway who became one of the greatest polar explorer the world has ever seen. He was the first to reach the South Pole and the first individual to reach both the North and the South Poles.

There will be a pre-movie reception that includes a raffle to win Amundsen Sport gear. Ann Bancroft will provide us with a description of her own expeditions including her polar experiences.

Contact Bettine Hoff Hermanson with questions: x1378

Eventbrite Registration

International Somali Artists performing at The Cedar

submitted by dawej@augsburg.edu

On Friday, March 22 at 6pm at The Cedar Cultural Center, London-based Somali artist Aar Maanta will perform an album release show for the first-ever Somali children’s album. He’s been working on it for a year with youth in Cedar Riverside who will be performing with him on stage! The limited run of CD’s illustrated by the youth will be be available at the show. Food, music, family… it will be really fun.

Then Somali sister duo FAARROW will wrap up the 2019 Midnimo residency with a grand finale concert on Friday, April 5 at 8pm, performing their energetic, uplifting tunes live in collaboration with local supergroup Astralblak. Also at The Cedar, easy walking distance from Augsburg.

AASA Presents Pan-Asian Week

submitted by thaohh4@augsburg.edu

Get ready for Pan Asian Week! Happening from March 25th to March 29th!

Join AASA for our workshops and the Asian Celebration Show!

Monday:
TABOO Event (in collaboration with Hmong Women Together) ~ Marshall Room 4 pm to 6 pm
&
Discover Asia ~ CC Lobby 9 am to 12 pm

Tuesday:
”COLORISM AND ASIAN BEAUTY STANDARDS” ~ Hagfors 150B 5:30 pm to 6:30 pm

Wednesday:
FAWK ( Funny Asian Women Kollective) Clapback workshop. (In collaboration with the Augsburg Women’s Resource Center) ~ Student Lounge 3 pm to 6 pm

Thursday:
“FUSION OF US: The blending of cultures, beads and your true identity ” (in collaboration with QIPOC) ~ East Commons 4:30 pm to 6:00 pm

Friday:
Asian Celebration Show! ~ Foss Chapel 6 pm to 9 pm

Hope to see you all there!

Accepting Nominations for Staff Senate 2019-20

submitted by stepkad@augsburg.edu

Be engaged in the Augsburg community by serving on Staff Senate! For the upcoming 2019–20 school year, there are four Staff Senate seats available: three elected positions and one at-large position. If you’d like to become a senator or nominate a colleague, complete the nomination form by Friday, March 29. Nominees will be contacted by April 3rd and the election will be live from April 4–11.

All nominees will be contacted before a selection is made. The selected candidate will be notified by April 30 and announced at the Spring Social on May 21.

Staff Senate Nomination Form

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