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Dear white-bodied colleagues, Are you unsure how to respond when a fellow white-bodied person says or does something with a racist impact? Do you ever find yourself, despite your best intentions, feeling uneasy or tense when the topic of race comes up? Do you ever experience the impulse to fight, flee, or freeze in racialized moments and then struggle to navigate the shame of inaction or imperfect action? Are you eager to build loving, accountable community where we can learn to cause less harm and lean into the discomfort that comes with growth?
Learn more and apply to be part of a 2019-2020 academic year cohort of white faculty and staff learning to undo the ways white supremacy shows up in our bodies, not just in our minds. Applications are due by 5:00 p.m on Monday, May 13, 2019. Selected participants will be notified by Friday, May 17, 2019.
The Sabo Center is convening the Undoing White Body Supremacy Pilot Project in partnership with Augsburg’s Equity and Inclusion Initiatives. Contact Rachel Svanoe (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Allyson Green (email@example.com) with questions about this opportunity.
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Faculty and Staff,
Join a conversation about current qualitative research software use and future needs and wants. Nathan Lind and Erin Sugrue are inviting you to be a part of the conversation. Please consider adding your expertise to the discussion. Share your experiences using our current primary campus QR software, HyperResearch, and other software options, including NVIVO, Dedoose, and Atlas.ti. Please fill out the Google Form to express your interest.
We will schedule a discussion in the near future. If you would rather share your comments via email or phone call or in-person, please feel free! Also, please share this invitation with your colleagues!
Qualitative Research Google Form – Join the discussion
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We are looking for students who want to be peer mentors for first-year students in their AugSem class. This is a paid position with a commitment of 1-3 hours per week during Fall 2019. Student Leaders work closely with faculty and students to ensure first-year students have a smooth transition to college. Fall 2019 AugSem linked courses, faculty, and Augsburg Seminar meeting times are listed on the Records & Registration page on inside Augsburg. Interested students are encouraged to submit an application using Handshake. Applications can be found on Inside Augsburg under On-Campus Student Jobs. Questions? Feel free to contact Rebekah Dupont at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Augsburg University offers a four and a half week GRE prep course each summer for Augsburg students, alumni, and staff at a cost well below those found at private test centers (due to limited capacity, this course is not available for those outside of the Augsburg network). This course is taught by experienced GRE test-prep educators and walks students through each section of the general test. Throughout the course students will have a chance to take a full-length practice test, complete practice problems for each area of the test, and receive in-depth feedback and instruction. The registration fee also includes a six-month subscription to the online GRE study tool, Magoosh.
Mondays and Wednesdays, 5:30 – 8:00pm (excluding Memorial Day)
May 13th – June 12th
Cost: $100 (includes 6-month subscription to online study tool, Magoosh)
Registration Form and Additional GRE Prep Course Info
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The Fulbright Student Program fully funds students to study, research, or serve as an English teaching assistant abroad for a year (no classroom teaching experience required!). During their year abroad, Fulbrighters meet, work, live with and learn from the people of the host country, sharing daily experiences. The program facilitates cultural exchange through direct interaction on an individual basis in the classroom, field, home, and in routine tasks, allowing participants to gain an appreciation of others’ viewpoints and beliefs, the way they do things, and the way they think.
Past Augsburg students have been selected for Fulbright Awards to countries such as Czech Republic, South Korea, Ecuador, Poland, Kenya, Malaysia, Peru, Spain, Turkey, Taiwan, and Germany (and more!), and we currently have six alums abroad through the program! Augsburg’s focus on cross-cultural engagement and community involvement makes Auggies particularly strong candidates who are well-prepared to make the most of a Fulbright experience.
If you would like to learn more about the program, please contact email@example.com or stop by Hagfors 101 to set up an appointment for April or May!
The competition is open to juniors, seniors, graduate students, and alumni in all fields, and a GPA of 3.0+ is considered competitive.
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Writing Personal Statements for the Health Sciences Workshop
Tuesday, May 7th
11am – 1pm
URGO is hosting a personal statement workshop for pre-health applicants with Simone Gbolo, executive director of the PPIA Program and former director of the Minnesota’s Future Doctors Program in the U of M Medical School’s Office of Admissions.
Please contact Catherina Kipper at email@example.com with questions or to RSVP.
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Join the Sabo Center for an extended workshop on *reflection and experiential education* during 3 Days in May. We’ll learn about designing, incorporating, and evaluating reflection in experiential education with a special guest presenter, MN Campus Compact Associate Director Sinda Nichols!
Matt Maruggi will also provide insight.
It may be the final afternoon of 3 Days in May, but it’s sure to be thought-provoking, fulfilling, and fun! We hope you’ll join us!
Experiential Education: Strategies for Student Reflection
Hagfors 150 B/C
Thursday, May 16, 1-4 p.m.
Experiential Education: Strategies for Student Reflection–RSVP
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Join us for our 30th anniversary celebration of the Paideia Institute from July 22-26, 2019 at Augsburg University. This year’s question, “What’s the great idea?” will explore a multitude of great ideas from beauty to justice. During the Paideia Institute attendees participate in inquiry-based seminars on various texts. In coaching activities participants gain expertise in facilitating seminars. Paideia seminars are applicable in many professional settings and can be used with all ages and any subject area. Educators use seminars to introduce students to the vital skills necessary to have courteous conversations about challenging issues presented in texts.
This professional development course welcomes all Augsburg faculty, staff, and students, and can be taken for credits or continuing education units. Scholarships applications due May 1. On time registration is open until June 1.
For more information check out the Paideia website for details on cost, scholarships, and courses, or contact Rachel Lloyd (firstname.lastname@example.org, 612-330-1561) or Anne Kaufman (email@example.com, 612-209-2100).
Paideia Institute 2019