Sesquicentennial Scholarly Projects

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Several Sesquicentennial Grant Recipients will talk through their ongoing projects. Faculty and Staff will demonstrate aspects of their projects and highlight examples of artistic/scholarly events, technology related innovations, and traditional scholarships. All projects reflect some aspect of our 150 year history. Come join us to hear about this amazing work!

Scheduled to Include:
“Murphy Square”, Sonja Thompson
“Relational Skills for Bridging Divides”, Elaine Eschenbacher, Joaquin Muñoz and Katie Clark
“Art at Augsburg: Faculty Art, Past and Present”, Kristin Anderson
“Augmented Augsburg: an App for Visualizing Augsburg History”, Erik Steinmetz
“Digital (Walking) Tour of the Cedar-Riverside Neighborhood”, Jacqui deVries
“Word Became Flesh”, Historical Podcast, Phil Quanbeck

Sesquicentennial Scholarly Projects
Thursday, May 16 from 9 a.m. – 10:15 a.m in Hagfors 150 B/C

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