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June 19 Leadership Summit Featuring Mayor Jacob Frey

submitted by tuchten@augsburg.edu

The 5th Annual Leadership Summit will take place on June 19th. This important leadership event is hosted in partnership with the Midway Chamber of Commerce and the Augsburg Department of Leadership Studies. This year’s noon keynote speaker will be Minneapolis Mayor Jacob Frey
The two morning workshops will be: Thinking Together: The Power of Deliberative Dialogue

And

Enhancing Your Leadership Skills by Knowing Your Decision-Making Style.
For more information on the Forum, contact Alan Tuchtenhagen at tuchten@augsburg.edu

Are you a certified van driver? The Sabo Center needs your help

submitted by bouzardg@augsburg.edu

Dear Colleagues,

On July 10-12, the Sabo Center will be hosting a national conference on campus for the Place-Based Justice Network (read more about it by clicking on the link, below). As part of that conference, on Thursday, July 11, we will be having an evening reception hosted by the McKnight Foundation at their offices in downtown Minneapolis. We would like to be able to offer van shuttles (we have athletic vans reserved) between campus and the McKnight Foundation, and from the McKnight Foundation back to campus. Our Sabo Center staff is stretched thin staffing the conference, which is where we need YOUR help if you are a certified van driver!

We are looking for TWO certified athletic van drivers to drive conference attendees from campus to McKnight (downtown Minneapolis), running continuously from Foss Center to McKnight between 5:45-6:30p.m. and from McKnight back to Foss Center from 7:30 to 8:15 p.m.

You are welcome to attend the reception between the driving shifts, and we are offering a $25 gift card to each driver! You can also use community service hours if you choose.

Please respond to Green Bouzard (bouzardg@augsburg.edu) by June 21 if you are available and interested!

Read more about the PBJN institute

Farewell to Tam Gehlen, StepUP Director

submitted by garvey@augsburg.edu

Tamarah Gehlen, StepUP Director, will be leaving Augsburg on June 12, as she has accepted a position with Health Partners, as Senior Manager, Behavioral Health.

Tam led Augsburg’s StepUP program, which supports students in recovery from alcohol and other drug addiction as they achieve a college degree.

There will be no send-off for Tam but please feel free to stop by the StepUP office in Oren Gateway, or contact her before she leaves to wish her well, gehlen@augsburg.edu

Compensation to Participate in a Auggie Skate Test Research Proposal

submitted by hernandl@augsburg.edu

Dear Augsburg Students, Faculty, and Staff,
You are invited to participate in a research study on Predicting Maximal Oxygen Consumption with a Single Stage Auggie Skate Test. Research subjects are asked to be within 25-55 years old, healthy, active, moderately-fit male or female, and is a competent skater. You will be asked to complete a bruce protocol treadmill test to volitional fatigue and to return 48 hours later to complete a leisurely ice skating assessment. You will be compensated upon completion of each test with a $5 cash for a total of $10.
If you are interested e-mail hernandl@augsburg.edu

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Thursday Screening of Film about Surveillance

submitted by svanoe@augsburg.edu

The Feeling of Being Watched
Screening and Discussion with Filmmaker
Thursday, June 13th 6-9pm
Hagfors 150

Join CAIR MN and the Sabo Center this Thursday for the screening of the award winning feature film “The Feeling of Being Watched”. We have the honor of being joined by the filmmaker and activist Assia Boundaoui who will give us an intimate understanding of her film and families struggle with surveillance. At a time where police entrapment runs rampant and individuals are persecuted for their faith, it is more important now than ever to firmly understand the police state, surveillance, and how fear & manipulation have trumped our civil liberties and privacy. There will also be space for community members to share their thoughts and feelings on the surveillance of our community.

Film Synopsis: In the Arab-American neighborhood outside of Chicago where director Assia Boundaoui grew up, most of her neighbors think they have been under surveillance for over a decade. While investigating their experiences, Assia uncovers tens of thousands of pages of FBI documents that prove her hometown was the subject of one of the largest counterterrorism investigations ever conducted in the U.S. before 9/11, code-named “Operation Vulgar Betrayal.” With unprecedented access, The Feeling of Being Watched follows the filmmaker’s examination of why her community fell under blanket government surveillance. Assia struggles to disrupt the government secrecy shrouding what happened and takes the FBI to federal court to compel them to make the records they collected about her community public. In the process, she confronts long-hidden truths about the FBI’s relationship to her community. The Feeling of Being Watched follows Assia as she pieces together this secret FBI operation, while grappling with the effects of a lifetime of surveillance on herself and her family.

Please help keep events like this accessible and possible by donating to http://www.cairmn.com/donate

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2003 Honda Accord for Sale

submitted by bouzardg@augsburg.edu

2003 Honda Accord EX-L for sale AS IS.

This 4-door sedan runs GREAT and has all-new brakes (October 2018) and a brand new steering column pump (March 2019). The interior is all leather, heated driver and passenger seats.

203,000 miles and going strong!

I am selling the car AS IS. The car has some body damage due to a recent run-in with a deer: the left headlight needs to be replaced, and the front hood is indented and needs to be fixed before a next oil change. The front bumper has some significant cracks from the cold winter, but could simply be more firmly re-attached where it was jostled by the deer. However, the car is running perfectly otherwise and I have been able to drive it without any problems.

Even with the recent front-end damage, this car is worth $3,500. I’m selling it for $2,000.

Please contact me (Green Bouzard, bouzardg@augsburg.edu) if you want more information. See the link below for photos.

2003 Honda Accord for Sale Photos