New for 2020, we have an IT Status service we’ve been testing internally and we’re ready to release to you.
On this page you can subscribe to receive email or text alerts about major service issues (you can even select which services you care about – moodle, telecom, internet, etc). Please keep in mind a human still has to create the alerts and in some cases solving the problem will take priority over updating the status page. Some updates may come after the fact.
Our hope is that this empowers you, if you’re interested, to receive updates about major service issues that you care about.
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We would like everyone to welcome our new Administrative Assistant for STEM/Religion, Arielle Mayper. Arielle will be residing in the second floor workroom of the Hagfors Center. We are excited to have her here at Augsburg!
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Please welcome La’Vonne Clarke to the University Events team as our newest event planner! You can find her on the second floor of the Christensen Center, office 203C. Feel free to swing by and meet La’Vonne.
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The Newman Civic Fellowship recognizes and supports community-committed students who are change makers and public problem-solvers at Campus Compact member institutions.
Staff, faculty, and students are encouraged to nominate a student to be considered for Augsburg’s 2020-2021 Newman Civic Fellow (self-nominations accepted). The nominee must have at least one full year of their education remaining, such that they will be enrolled in higher education for the entirety of the 2020-2021 school year. The link to the nomination form is below.
Nominations will close on January 20, 2020.
Newman Civic Fellows:
*Engage in collaborative action with others from campus or from surrounding communities in order to create long-term social change
*Take action in addressing issues of inequality and political polarization
*Demonstrate the motivation and potential for effective long-term civic engagement
Through the fellowship, Campus Compact provides students with training and resources that nurture their assets and passions and help them develop strategies for social change. The yearlong program, named for Campus Compact founder Frank Newman, includes virtual learning opportunities and networking as part of a national network of engaged student leaders and an optional in-person convening.
Newman Civic Fellowship Nomination Form
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Sophomores: Preliminary applications close this Friday, January 10, for the Phillips Scholars program. The Phillips Scholars Program recognizes and rewards private college students who strive to make life better for those with unmet needs. Applicants are challenged to think creatively and become community-service leaders, and receive a total of $16,000 in scholarship.
A preliminary mini-application (linked below) is used to select two finalists from Augsburg University who will then develop a full proposal to be submitted to the Minnesota Private College Council for the scholarship. This will include a 5-7 page project proposal, official transcript, and 3 letters of recommendation. Staff members of the Sabo Center will help finalists complete their applications.
Applicants must be a sophomore during the 2019-2020 school year.
Each year, projects must fit within a theme. This year’s application theme is “Addressing the Achievement/Opportunity Gap in Minnesota.”
Scholarship recipients receive $6,000 during their junior year, a $4,000 stipend while completing a summer project, and $6,000 their senior year upon successful completion of their summer project.
Last year, 3 of the 5 Phillips Scholar recipients were Augsburg students, and many Augsburg students have received the scholarship in the past. Check out the Phillips Scholar website for more information about current and former Phillips Scholars and their projects: https://www.mnprivatecolleges.org/giving/our-scholarships/phillips-scholars-program/current-phillips-scholars
Deadline for Preliminary Application: Friday, January 10, 2020, 11:59 p.m.
Phillips Scholar Preliminary Application Due January 10
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Thank you to everyone who submitted a nomination for the open position on Staff Senate.
Please use the link below to vote for your top choice to join Staff Senate beginning January 2020.
The candidates are:
Ashley Adegeye, Residence Life
Janice Dames – Campus Ministry
Maren Stoddard Mack – Center for Global Education and Experience
Deanna Davis – Professional Studies
The deadline for voting is 5:00 pm on Monday, January 13th.
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Today (1/7) from 5-7:30pm. Bring some ingredients and come on by! All are welcome.
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It has been brought to our attention by an employee that they received the following questionable email:
This is a friendly reminder , All employees must send current bank information via Email for payroll update before 10th of January 2020.
Send a voided check or send in the following format:
Account holder name
Thank you for your cooperation.
Kindly disregard if you have already compiled by sending your details.
Happy New Year!
To protect yourself against fraudulent activity we recommend the following:
• Please do not provide sensitive information via email or over the phone, the Human Resources/Payroll department would not request sensitive information in that manner.
• Please make sure the request is from an official Augburg.edu email address.
• When in question regarding a request for information please email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org to verify.
Our IT partners are aware of this incident and they suggest clicking the Report Spam button to better “train” Google to filter these emails out from reaching your inbox.
If you have any questions or concerns, please do not hesitate to contact us.
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Staff Senate congratulates our December Auggie Pride Award winner Briana Alamilla. Get to know our fellow Auggie staff!
Briana Alamilla, Communication and Social Media Specialist
– How many years have you worked at Augsburg?
6 total. 2 as staff, 4 as a student worker!
– Where is your office located?
Lower level of Anderson Hall
– Describe your role at Augsburg. What do you find meaningful and positive in the work you do?
I run the social media accounts for Augsburg and Luther Seminary. I also write content for our Alumni magazine, Augsburg Now. Every morning, I curate the social media newsfeed from Inside Augsburg, I oversee A-mail and the digital screens, and maintain Augsburg’s News and Media blog. What I find meaningful is the fact that what I do helps people stay informed and connected to Augsburg in a way.
– What is your favorite place in the neighborhood?