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Weekly Writing Tips from the Writing Center

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1) Don’t be afraid of cut and paste! Sometimes a really good sentence or idea shows up in a paragraph that you don’t eventually need. Salvage the best ideas from your first draft and build your paper around those.
2) Write your outline with topic sentences. The first sentence of each paragraph shouldn’t just introduce the “topic” of what you’re talking about, it should also make a point or argument about each topic (in this way, think of the topic sentences as baby thesis statements for each paragraph). Good academic writing is argumentative, not just informative, and it’s helpful to organize your ideas around arguments, not just topics.
3) If you’re unsure about your thesis statement, that’s the best time to come to the writing center. The rest of your paper will be a million times easier to write if you can center it around an effective thesis statement.
4) Don’t try to “sound smart” in your writing – it’s always better to make sense than to use big words. Professors can tell when you’re trying to write in a way you usually wouldn’t. Just write in your own voice (guaranteed you’re smart enough already)
5) Talk to other people in your class about their papers: their thesis statements, the evidence they’re using, even the important feedback they’ve gotten from this professor before. Hearing other ideas will make you more creative.
6) The best way to become a better writer is to read more. This is true of your field – the best way to become a better poet is to read more poetry, the best way to become a better writer about sociology is to read more sociology articles.

From Writing Center Tutor, Anne Liners

CTL Travel Grant Notice

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Because of a projected budget shortfall, CTL has made the following temporary changes to the CTL Travel Awards policies to ensure we can continue to support as many faculty as possible:

1. Travel Awards will only be approved for faculty who are presenting.
2. The maximum amount of the Travel Award will be reduced to $1250 (instead of $1500)

These policies apply only for travel through May 15, 2020 and will be removed immediately if the CTL budget outlook changes. Thank you for your understanding.

CTL Grants

A Screening and Discussion of the Short Film, Old Media Studies, with Stephan Clark

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A “Speaking of Sabbatical” Event: Stephan Clark will offer a screening and discussion of Old Media Studies, a short film shot on the campus of Augsburg University that focuses on a professor who pushes back against a proposal for a New Media Studies major by jokingly promoting the idea of an Old Media Studies major. Lunch will be provided.

Wednesday, February 12 | A Screening and Discussion of the Short Film, Old Media Studies, with Stephan Clark | 11:10 am – 12:20 pm, OGC 100

RSVP for the Screening with Stephan Clark

Apply for the Scholarship/ICD/Provost’s Grants

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Applications are now being accepted for the Scholarship, Instructional Course Design, and Provost’s International Travel Grants. Check out the link below for Calls for Proposals, as well as applications and frequently asked questions. The deadline for submissions is Noon on Monday, February 17.

CTL Grants

URGO Summer Research Phase 1 Due February 5

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URGO Summer Research Phase 1 applications must be signed by faculty mentor and submitted in hard copy to the URGO office (Hagfors 101) by 5:00 pm or sent electronically from faculty mentor’s email address by 11:59pm on February 5. The Phase 1 application is non-evaluative but required. Phase 2 is due February 19.
The URGO Summer Research Program is an on-campus program where undergraduate students are funded to conduct research or creative activities under the guidance of a faculty mentor.
• 200 or 400 hours
• Program runs May 14-July 29, 2020
• Full-time = $4,400 plus housing stipend
• Half-time = $2,200 plus housing stipend
• Design project with a faculty mentor
• Seminars and Speaker Series for support and professional development
• Final written product and oral presentation

There is also the option to be a Research Assistant at 100 hours for the summer (stipend of $1,100), in which undergraduates assist faculty with research tasks.

Research support for faculty through the URGO Summer Research Program

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The URGO Summer Research Program is designed to enhance undergraduate student learning and support faculty research and creative activity here on campus. Faculty are the driving force behind the research program, and we want it to be as beneficial to you as possible.
While summer is the perfect time to push research projects ahead, we know all too well how quickly the time goes. We have research grants for 400, 200, and 100 student research hours that are designed to provide you with the optimal amount of student research support needed for your project. The 100-hour research assistantship is a particularly good fit if you have needs for data entry, transcription, or literature review.
Some of you may have already been approached by students who would like to do summer research through URGO. We encourage you to think about how these students might support your own research agenda. While some advanced students might have a project in mind, we have found that students benefit the most from working within a faculty member’s area of expertise and current line of inquiry.
To learn more about URGO summer research and working with a student, visit the “on-campus research” page on the URGO website:
Please encourage interested students to make an appointment with URGO staff by contacting

General Announcements

Student-Poets, Submit Your Work

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Submit to Augsburg’s John R. Mitchell / Academy of American Poets Prize

Deadline for Submission: 17 February 2020

This competition, endowed by Jean Mitchell in honor of the late John Mitchell, former English Department faculty member and poet, is for the best group of three poems composed by a current Augsburg undergraduate or graduate student. The award includes a $100 prize ($50 each, if split between an undergrad and a grad student) and a certificate from the Academy of American Poets. Carleton Professor emerita and poet Mary Moore Easter will be judging this year’s Mitchell Prize.

• A set of three well-proofread poems must be sent from your Augsburg email address as an attachment to by 17 February 2020.
• Writers should put Mitchell Prize in the subject line.
• The email must contain the titles of the poems, and the poet’s full name, pronouns, status (undergrad or grad), phone number, and mailing/permanent address.
• Winners will be announced by Augsburg University in early March. There will be a reading on campus with judge Mary Moore Easter and the prize winners on the evening of Wed, 25 March.
• In the summer, the Academy will send a letter of congratulations and a certificate to each winner or honorable mention recipient. If two winners are chosen, the prize money will be divided between them.

Campus Kitchen Open Food Lab Hours

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Looking for a space to cook/bake with friends and family, or alone? Come to Campus Kitchen’s Open Food Lab hours!
During the hours below Hagfors 108 is a public space for everyone and anyone to come and cook, gather or bake food. Occasionally we will hold food workshops to teach participants specific and fun recipes! Keep in touch if you’d like to learn more.

Below are the regular hours for Spring2020:
Mo: 4p-6p, 7p-9p
Tu: 11a-1p
Th: 7p-9p
Fr: 11a-1p

Have questions or concerns?

Lock it in – Lock In Your Housing for Next Year Today

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Residents have the opportunity to secure an apartment for the academic year of 2020-2021 before Housing Expo with Lock It In. Lock-It-In is a special offer for apartments in Anderson, Mortensen, and Luther.

In order to Lock-It-In you must:

Submit the Lock It In Survey by February 10, 2020 at 8:00 am.
Be currently enrolled at Augsburg University
Be registered for 2020 spring semester classes
Have all the beds full and all contracts signed for the apartment by the first day of Housing Expo 2/10/20
Only one roommate needs to complete the survey

Apartments are offered in the following configurations:


2 bedroom 4 person.

2 bedroom 4 person – doubles *REPEAT RATE RISING SOPHOMORES*
1 bedroom 2 person – doubles
2 bedroom 3 person – doubles and single

All unsecured apartments will be included in the Housing Expo: February 10th-14th

Lock It In Survey

Your event ideas for ASAC form

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Hello Augsburg Day Students!

We are looking to have you all join us in our upcoming events for the spring semester. To do so, we are asking you all what you would like to see from ASAC this semester. We will bring these event ideas to our board meetings and discuss a possible future for them.

If any questions, please feel free to reach out to ASAC at

NOTE: Please make sure that you hit submit and not ask for requesting to edit the form. Thank you!

Northwestern Mutual is hiring interns

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Learn about internships and career opportunities! Stop by for some SWAG and TREATS!

A Northwestern Mutual internship is challenging yet rewarding. Our internship is about personal and professional development meant to enhance your college education with real-life business experience. You will be provided with the tools, resources, and training necessary to help you discover and build your markets to develop a successful practice through our Financial Advisor Development Program.

As full-time college students, interns generally work full-time during the summer and part-time during the school year developing business- and client-building skills. In most aspects, our interns follow the same process for establishing their careers as our full-time financial advisors. You will learn what it takes to be successful, while sharpening your skills in communication and marketing to help build personal and professional self-confidence. You will also discover the rewards that come from helping others as you bring a full-service approach to your clients’ needs and provide guidance and solutions that will have a positive impact on families and businesses for years to come.

We are looking forward to seeing you on campus on February 5th! Stop by our table in the lobby of the Christensen Center between 10:00 am – 12:30 to learn more about our intern and full-time opportunities!

Campus Cupboard/Share Shop Hours

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Need a water kettle, vegetables, air mattress, pasta, clothes??
Come to Campus Cupboard/Share Shop in Science Building 8!

We’re currently making efforts to be open as often as possible M-F. Current hours are as follows:
Mo: 9:00am-1:00pm, 2:00pm-4:00pm
Tu: 10:00am-5:00pm
W: 10:00am-5:00pm
Th: 10:00am-1:30pm, 2:00p-5:00pm
Fr: 9:00am-1:00pm, 2:00pm-4:00pm

Please make note of these regular hours. Changes will be posted when needed.
Have questions or concerns?
Contact, or ask our staff there!

Visit our Campus Cupboard page

Join BrightSide Produce Spring Semester

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Are you interested in a weekly produce subscription?
Subscriptions range from $3 to $20. Your subscription will help bring fresh produce to corner stores in the Cedar Riverside area. We will be continuing our partnership with BrightSide Produce this semester.

If you are interested in being a part of Augsburg’s Buyer Club please follow the step by step instructions below.
1. Go to
2. Click the menu button in the top left corner of the screen and select “join the Buyers Club”.
3. Follow the instructions on the buyers club page (subscription size, Augsburg pick up,
items you prefer to be left out of your bags, and whether or not you would like to start a
weekly subscription or make a one time purchase)
4. You will also have the option of purchasing a reusable tote bag from Brightside for you
subscriptions, if you feel inclined to do so.

Pick up will be from 11:00am to 5:00pm on Tuesdays, outside of the Sabo center, located in the basement of Anderson Hall.
Please help us spread the word to other students, staff and faculty! We appreciate your support in our program and mission to make healthy food more accessible in our neighborhoods. For more information feel free to email me: or

Sign up here!

Nominations Open for Outstanding Staff Awards

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Staff Senate is now accepting nominations to honor outstanding staff and outstanding newcomers at Augsburg University! Nominations for the Outstanding Staff and Newcomer Awards will be accepted from February 3rd through February 21st. Nominations are welcomed from any current member of the campus community – staff, faculty, or student. Submission materials are due no later than 5 p.m. on February 21st.

The Staff Appreciation Program is intended to recognize staff members who have made an important contribution to the campus community over the past year. Recipients of the Outstanding Staff Award provide exceptional service to others, work collaboratively across divisions or departments, demonstrate a clear commitment to equity and inclusion, and enhance the objectives of their department and the mission of Augsburg University through creativity, innovation, and hard work.

The Newcomer Award recognizes a staff person who has made a significant impact on campus life in a short amount time. Staff who have been at Augsburg for 2 years or less (as of February 1, 2020) are eligible to receive this award.

Staff Senate will award five Outstanding Staff awards and one Newcomer award in a presentation on the afternoon of March 26th. President Pribbenow, with the support of his leadership team, will also present an award to an outstanding department or group.

Check out the Staff Senate website for the nomination process:

The 2020 Staff Appreciation Event will take place on Thursday, March 26, 2020, from 3:30-5 p.m.

Staff Senate Website: Outstanding Staff Award Information

Auggie Basics Application Now Available

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As part of the Augsburg University Equity Proposal, the Auggie Basics – Housing initiative is designed to address the needs of students who experience housing instability. The purpose of the program is to provide a bridge for students whose housing is not stable as they seek to identify a permanent solution.

Students accepted into the Auggie Basics Program will live on campus without cost to the student. Regardless of when students enter the program, the housing commitment will cover the full academic year if needed. If the student secures permanent housing elsewhere, they will be released from the program and the spot will be offered to another student. Summer housing may be an option. Students must reapply each academic year. Being chosen for the Auggie Basics program one year does not guarantee participation in future years.

As part of the program, students will be encouraged to utilize resources on campus. These include but are not limited to the Center for Wellness and Counseling, the Center for Learning and Accessible Student Services (CLASS) office, TRiO/SSS, Academic Advising, Multicultural Student Services, Student Affairs office, etc. The Dean of Students will provide ongoing communication and support throughout the academic year to make sure students are aware of resources and may access them as necessary.

To apply, please complete the application by February, 17, 2020. If you have any questions, please contact or call the Student Affairs office at 612 330 1160.

Auggie Basics Application Form

Interested in participating in a NSBE group at Augsburg?

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Are you interested in participating in a new NSBE group here at Augsburg? NSBE, which stands for ‘National Society of Black Engineers’, is a national organization designed to support and promote the aspirations of collegiate, pre-collegiate, and professional individuals in engineering and technology. NSBE’s mission is “to increase the number of culturally responsible Black Engineers who excel academically, succeed professionally and positively impact the community.”

This program is geared towards students who identify as Black and are interested in pursuing an education and/or career in engineering or applied physical sciences (Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Physics). Biology & Bio-psychology majors can also qualify.

These are the goals and objectives that a NSBE chapter at Augsburg would strive to accomplish:

-Stimulate and develop student interest in the various engineering disciplines
-Strive to increase the number of minority students studying engineering at both the undergraduate and graduate levels
-Encourage members to seek advanced degrees in engineering or related fields and to obtain professional engineering registrations
-Promote public awareness of engineering and the opportunities for Blacks and other minorities in that profession
-Function as a representative body on issues and developments that affect the careers of Black Engineers

For more information on NSBE as an organization, check out this link:

If you you are interested in seeing this group become a reality, please fill out the interest form below! Any questions, email

Link to interest form

Are you a beginning STEM major Interested in having a mentor?

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If so, STEM Peer Mentoring wants you!

STEM Peer Mentoring is a student-led mentoring program that focuses on providing support to First-years and Sophomores as they navigate their academic and professional careers in STEM.

Having a mentor in STEM Peer Mentoring can be a major benefit in establishing the success of your STEM career. If you’re a First-year or Sophomore in a STEM major, interested in having a mentor, and want to learn more about internships, scholarships, certain classes, etc. — this is for you!!

Augsburg’s STEM majors include:

-Computer Science
-Environmental Studies

Students are matched according to their major and information they provide on the STEM Peer Mentoring Application (see link below!).

Generally, students are asked to commit about 3-4 hours/month of involvement as they meet one-on-one with their mentor and attend occasional group meetings.

Please apply! Complete the application below by Thursday, 2/20. Any questions can be sent to

Link to Application

Event Announcements

DICP: Intercultural Communication and Conflict Styles Workshop

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This workshop makes use of the Intercultural Conflict Style (ICS) Inventory, which describes an individual’s preferred approach or style for resolving conflict by reflecting the individual’s culturally learned patterns for dealing with disagreements and expressing emotions. Additionally, this workshop will not only teach individuals about their own preferred approach and style, but also about the preferred approaches and styles of others. Finally, this workshop will give participants tangible skills that can be used when navigating communication and conflict across cultural differences. The increased understanding of intercultural communication and conflict styles and tangible skills participants will receive from this workshop can both enhance their overall intercultural competence, increase their effectiveness when working to resolve disagreements across cultures, and help them to create more inclusive campus spaces at Augsburg.

To register for this workshop, click HERE.


Housing Expo is Next Week

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Housing Expo 2020: February 10-14, 2020

Housing Expo is the opportunity to decide where and with whom you want to live for the following academic year. Before Expo, students receive a selection number based on the number of credits they have, so the more completed credits you have, the higher your selection number. At Housing Expo, you and your roommates add up your selection numbers and that total number determines what day you can come and choose your housing.

Don’t forget:

Bring your student ID Bring a digital or printed copy of the email you will be receiving from Residence Life, which will contain your housing selection number and also indicates your allotted time slot for attending the Housing Expo. This email is sent at the end of January 2020. Complete the online contract. If you have not completed an online contract, your space can not be reserved.

Housing Expo Week Schedule
Before Expo: Starting Dec. 16 Lock It In and Neighborhood properties available
Monday Feb. 10th 1PM – 4PM———————————–Designated Pre-Signers: Staff, Neighborhoods
Tuesday Feb. 11th 1PM – 4PM ———————————-Lock-It-In Confirmation
Wednesday Feb. 12th 1PM – 2:00 PM————————-Single Room Sign Up for Luther Studios, Anderson Suites, Mort 1/1s
Wednesday Feb. 12th 2:30 – 4:00 PM ————————Single Room Sign Up for Mort 2/2s, Luther 4/4s
Thursday Feb. 13th 1PM – 2PM———————————Selection Number totals between 18,000-36,000
Thursday Feb. 13th 2PM – 3PM——————————– Selection Number totals between 10,000-17,999
Thursday Feb. 13th 3PM – 4PM——————————– Selection Number totals between 2,000-9,999
Friday Feb. 14th 1PM – 4PM———————————— Confirmation Day – Come ask any follow up questions

Residence Life Website

Celebrate Susan B. Anthony’s Birthday — Feb. 15

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Join us for Susan B. Anthony’s 200th Birthday!

Suffrage Artist in Residence Madeline Hansen will lead a day-long celebration honoring this leader in the movement for women’s right to vote. Over the course of the day, members of the public are welcome to participate in “The Cabinet Meeting,” a reader’s theater based on the premise that Susan B. Anthony is elected president and appoints a diverse set of accomplished women to her cabinet. Participants will read the play aloud; no acting skills required for this reading!

Everyone is welcome to visit our suffrage exhibit, Votes for Women, sign a birthday card for Susan B. Anthony, and enjoy a piece of birthday cake.

Individuals or groups interested in participating in the reading of “The Cabinet Meeting” should register in advance, no later than February 9 by contacting:

Tickets: $8 Public, $5 Seniors/Students, Free: Members

Hennepin History Museum
2303 Third Avenue South
Mpls, MN 55404

Religion and Love: An Interfaith Dialogue

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Join the 2019-2020 Interfaith Scholars Cohort for Religion and Love: An Interfaith Dialogue. On February 13th at 6:30pm, we will be hosting an event that brings together folks from Augsburg’s campus and the surrounding community to discuss a variety of topics related to religion and love including interfaith relationships, wedding traditions, ideas regarding divorce, etc.

Please spread the word to anyone else you think might be interested!

Dinner will be provided.

Do you need to be a “person of faith” to come? Absolutely not. We welcome anyone with interest in conversation about how faith/spirituality shape our lives and intersect with the issues we care about.

Hope to see you there!

FAFSA Completion Workshops 2/12 and 2/13

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Hey Augsbug Students!

Do you have questions when filling out the FAFSA?
Do you want to make sure you filled everything out correctly?

If you answered yes, then you should stop by our FAFSA & MN Dream Act Completion Workshops next week!

Through a collaboration between College Possible, LGBTQIA+, Multicultural Student Services, Student Financial Services, and TRIO/SSS there will be two workshops held for students on campus!

The workshops will both be in Sverdrup Hall, room 201 on
Wednesday 2/12 10:30am-12:30pm
Thursday 2/13 4:00pm-6pm

If you plan to attend the workshop:
-Make sure you’re able to Log in to your FAFSA account
-Have your Parents FAFSA ID’s
-Bring both yours and your parent’s 2018 tax forms(W-2’s)

If you have any questions contact the Multicultural Student Services at or 612-330-1087

We hope to see you there!

Becoming Critical of White Talk Moves Workshop

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In this interactive session, participants will learn to identify White Talk Moves, speech acts that people employ consciously or less than consciously to avoid talking about race and to maintain the accumulated privilege and status that accompanies Whiteness. In addition, participants will examine cases from predominantly white higher education spaces in which White Talk Moves silence diverse perspectives and voices.

Date: Tuesday, February 11th
Time: 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Location: Marshall Room, Christensen Center

Facilitators: Terrance Kwame-Ross and Peg Finders

For more information about this workshop, email or call (612)-330-1126

Community Organizing 101

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Interested in learning about community organizing but don’t know where to start? This Sabo Center workshop is for you!

Wednesday, February 12, 2020
3:10-4:40 p.m.
OGC 113

Learn some of the foundational concepts of organizing to get started on your change making journey. Participants in this workshop will gain an understanding of relational power, the difference between public and private relationships, and how self-interest motivates us to act.

Community Organizing 101 will be led by Dennis Donovan. Dennis teaches co-creative politics skills to people of all ages in the Twin Cities, across the US, and around the world who want to make positive change in their communities.

RSVP (and share!) on Facebook for Community Organizing 101

Morning Chapel: Lori Brandt Hale

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Join us in Hoversten Chapel at 11:30 am to hear Lori Brandt Hale, Professor of Religion, preach as part of a religion department series focusing on the theme of “Hope in Troubled Times.” Special music today by the Flute Ensemble directed by Trudi Anderson with Margaret Albers, Mary Hollerich, Shersten Johnson, Maria Kratz, Pearl Lockwood, and Sheryl Wilhelm.

More information

Faculty and Staff, Reduce Registration to 32nd Annual Forum on Workplace Inclusion

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2020 is the inaugural year of The Forum on Workplace Inclusion annual conference at Augsburg University! Augsburg faculty and staff are given a special discounted rate to The Forum’s 2020 annual conference. Visit the rates page ( for rates information. Don’t miss out in the nation’s largest workplace diversity, equity, and inclusion conference, and register with the special discounted rate!

When registering, select “Augsburg Faculty / Staff” registration type to receive the discount.

Meet 288 employers looking to hire

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If you are looking for an internship or graduating in the spring, you should attend the Minnesota’s Private Colleges annual JOB AND INTERNSHIP FAIR on Thursday, February 27th at the Minneapolis Convention Center. This fair stands out as one of the premier college/employer partnerships in the country. The exhibit hall is open from 9:00 a.m .- 2:00 p.m. (You can stay for as long as you are able)

**If students register and attend the fair there will be NO COST. We are also able to offer FREE SHUTTLE service to and from the fair. Students needing disability-related accommodations in order to fully participate, please contact the Strommen Center..

*Explore opportunities in a variety of industries and majors.
*Chat with more than 288 employers – all under one roof!
*Open to undergraduate students (sophomores, juniors, and seniors) from the Minnesota Private Colleges.
*Get your free professional LinkedIn Photo taken at the fair!


Blood Memory (Adoption and ICWA)

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The Augsburg Native American Film Series presents Blood Memory on February 19, 2020.
The title “Blood Memory” is derived from the concept that the experiences of one generation are passed onto the next through DNA. Future generations live with the shared knowledge of their ancestors – meaning there is a foundation of survival instinct and cultural identity that exists within us prior to learned experience. In many ways, this is a beautiful and poetic concept, but trauma and abuse can also be transferred intergenerationally, sometimes unknown to the carrier. This film is about acknowledging and honoring all aspects of blood memory, and how we as individuals and community members heal our collective traumas and learn to pass positive ancestral knowledge to the next generation–Director’s Statement (Blood Memory, Official Film Site)
Blood Memory, a true life “dark-horse political thriller”, tells Sandy White Hawk’s story of adoption out of her home community at a young age and her work to help the “stolen generation” of the American Indian Adoption Era return home. Intertwined with her saga is that of Mark Fiddler, an ICWA lawyer whose advocacy as co-council in Adoptive Couple vs. Baby Girl 2013 helped to dismantle the law he once fought to protect (Vision Maker Media). Join Sandy White Hawk for an evening of screening the film and discussion.

Augsburg Native American Film Series

Gluten-Free and Vegan Cookie Experimenting

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Dietary Restrictions are some of the things that make it hard to get food on campus, but thankfully Allyson Green, Augsburg Chief of Sustainability, (who also has dietary restrictions) has taken up baking cookie that are gluten-free and vegan! Join us on February 17th, 4pm-6pm at Hagfors108, to experiment baking with Gluten-Free and Vegan recipes.

Here we’ll engage in the fun and learning of baking gluten-free and vegan cookies! Take these recipe’s home with you to your family and friends who have these dietary restrictions.

Spots are limited so act fast and RSVP here ( ). RSVP form WILL close upon spots fulfillment or at noon of 2/17/20.

Click here for the Kreative Cookiez Flyer!

Register to attend the Retirewise Workshop Series (starts Tuesday, February 18)

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Augsburg Wellbeing is inviting the Retirewise program back to campus. Retirewise is a financial and retirement education program presented by MetLife and is coordinated by our benefits broker, NFP. This program has been well received in the past, so we encourage you to take advantage of this opportunity to participate.

We invite you to learn more and see for yourself what action steps you can take to better prepare you to Retirewise. In just a few sessions you’ll be on your way to creating a realistic financial and retirement plan that works for you.

Join your colleagues for the complimentary, practical and straightforward Retirewise workshop series. It doesn’t matter how much or how little planning you’ve done, or if your retirement is many years away, you’ll find the Retirewise workshops worthwhile.

For more detailed information about the workshop series, and to register for the event, follow this registration link:

By registering, you are committing to attend each session in this 4-workshop series, which begins on February 18th. Specific dates, times, and locations are provided in the registration link.

Retirewise Information Flyer:

Registration Link

Registration Link

Sip, Sutain, Stories

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Join the Environmental Stewardship Committee on Feb 10th from 7- 8:30 in the Food Lab for good company, good snacks, and good conversation about food justice and how we can take action to make our campus’s food sourcing more sustainable and ethical.

Monica McDaniel, an Augbsurg alum and adjunct professor in Environmental Studies, will be joining us to help further our learning on these complex topics.

Present Your Research at Zyzzogeton – Register by March 2nd

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Augsburg’s annual Zyzzogeton Research Symposium showcases the work of over 80 undergraduate researchers in all academic disciplines and will take place on April 14th. Students who have conducted research over the course of the last year and would like to present a poster should register at the URGO website ( by March 2nd (a mentor-approved abstract is required to register).

For questions about registration or the event, please contact

Register Here

Keeping Track of Auggies

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