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International Student and Scholar Services is looking for Faculty & Staff who are willing to host new international & exchange students for a meal in their home. Approximately 20-25 new students will be arriving to Minneapolis in at the end of August for Orientation. At the end of their week, we would love to have students have the opportunity to connect more with a faculty or staff member on campus, make connections, and have the chance to be in someone’s home.
Here are the details:
You will meet students at 5:30pm in the Oyate Commons (Christensen Center-Suite 2) on Thursday August 29th. We are asking for you to host 2-4 students and drive them to your home for a meal. We ask that you bring them back by around 8:30 pm or sooner. It helps to be hosting with someone, whether that is your partner, family or you can pair with another faculty or staff on campus.
If you are interested, please email Angela Bonfiglio at firstname.lastname@example.org. We are looking for around 10 hosts, but I will have a backup list as sometimes conflicts arise as the summer goes on. Contact ISSS if you have any questions.
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Just because it’s summer doesn’t mean Augsburg students can’t still get free food from the Campus Cupboard! Check out our webpage for our summer hours. Spread the word to your friends.
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Lockers are available in the basement of Anderson Residence Hall for commuter students to utilize over the summer terms. Locker reservations start Mon, May 13 and end Fri, Aug 16. To reserve a locker, visit: https://www.augsburg.edu/campuslife/activities/commuter-student-locker-request-form/
Commuter Student Lockers
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MAL is offering a project management course this summer. It is open to students from all programs as well as faculty and staff. Any faculty or staff members who do not want credit can audit it for a reduced fee. If you have questions, contact Alan Tuchtenhagen at: firstname.lastname@example.org
ML 599 | Re-imagining Leadership for 21st Century Projects
Successful project management is strongly correlated to good leadership of teams. Corporate, non-profit, and public sector projects are increasing in complexity requiring the close collaboration and coordination of disparate disciplines, organizations, and teams. This course will help you unpack the critical leadership skills needed to form and lead teams to optimal project outcomes using emotional intelligence, communication, conflict management, and clarity of strategic vision and purpose.
Instructor Mahad Ibrahim
Meeting Dates: Mondays | June 3, 10, 17, 24, July 8, 15, 22
Meeting Times: 6:00 PM – 9:45 PM
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Need more information about the upcoming Sesquicentennial celebration? Have an idea you want to share? Find the Submit Your Questions form at Inside Augsburg Sesquicentennial Planning as well as more information about the upcoming landmark year ahead.
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Deb Blaschko, Accounts Payable Specialist, is leaving Augsburg, her last day was May 14th. Deb has been an integral part of our accounting staff. Her attention to detail and great customer service has been appreciated not only in our office, but across campus. We will miss Deb and wish her all the best. Please continue to send your invoices to email@example.com. If you have any questions concerning Accounts Payable please email Carole Kampf at firstname.lastname@example.org or call her at ext. 1260.
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The library is withdrawing all remaining VHS tapes from its general collection. Stop by Lindell and help yourself to as many videos as you can carry! While you’re at it, pick up some bookends to keep your books and vids neatly displayed. Everything is on tables across from the circulation desk. Help yourself (please)!
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Dear Augsburg Students, Faculty, and Staff,
You are invited to participate in a research study on Lower back pain, Physical Education participation, and Physical Activity Levels in Urban Midwest University students, faculty and staff. You will be asked to fill out a one-time survey and participate in a fitness assessment (sit and reach test and YMCA 3 minute step test). You will be compensated upon completion of the survey and testing with a $10 Target gift card.
Additionally, if you wish, you will be instructed to perform flexibility training for 6 weeks under the supervision exercise science students at Augsburg. There will be compensation for follow up visits ($5 Target gift card each time).
If you are interested e-mail email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org and we will explain to you the next steps.
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All of Environmental Science Committee’s (ESC) minute meetings from September 2018 through May 2019 are available. The Committee is proud of the work we have done, been doing, and will continue to do.
Please let us know if you have questions or inquires about sustainability practices on campus.
ESC Minute Meetings