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As a continuation of or Queering Career series, LGBTQIA+ Student Services is sponsoring visits to local queer-owned businesses.
Monday, February 17th we will visit Jackalope Tattoo
We will meet in the Auggies Nest at 12 pm, leave no later than 12:30 pm, and will be back on campus by 2 pm. Transportation will be provided.
For more information and to RSVP, please email us at email@example.com.
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ELCA Summer Camp Job Fair: Today from 10:00 am to 12:30 pm in the Christensen Center Lobby. Representatives from camps from all across the United States will be on campus to meet with students who are interested in working with children and youth for the summer. Working at a summer camp helps develop leadership skills and an opportunity to have a positive impact on youth. At the fair, you can interview on the spot! For more information, stop by the Strommen Center or Campus Ministry.
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Alex Egertson, Director of Sustainability, El Camino Pines Lutheran Camp, California will join us in Hoversten Chapel at 10:40 am as part of Camp Fair Day. Musicians: Kelly Shono, Augsburg student deacon; and Alex Egertson, and Anthony Eder, Lutheran Retreats, Camps and Conferences.
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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.
1. Bring your student ID
2. 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.
3. 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
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Hey Augsburg 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
-Bring both yours and your parent’s 2018 tax forms(W-2’s)
If you have any questions contact the Multicultural Student Services at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-330-1087
We hope to see you there!
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Are you in need of an internship this summer? Are you looking for help writing a resume or polishing an old one? Join Miracle Adebanjo, Julie Burrows, Marianne Malko, and other executive coaches who will be hosting a resume workshop to help students highlight their strengths in ways tailored to specific positions they may be seeking.
Here we will engage in the fun and learning of business professionalism, networking, and resume building to help individuals reach their intended goals in life.
Free pizza will be provided at the workshop; hosted on Monday February 17th from 4-5pm in Hagfors 151.
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Theater Department Professor Beliza Torres Narváez will perform her solo show
“Resabios de Amargura or that bitter cabaret” in double feature with storyteller Javier Morillo’s “Broken English Mother Tongue.”
When: Thu Feb 20- Sat 22 @ 7:30 pm and Sun Feb 23 @ 2pm.
Where: Avalon Theatre (HOTB) 500 E Lake St, Minneapolis
Tickets: $18 (general), $15 (Student and Senior) and $12 (groups of 10+).
The event runs for 2 1/2 hours with an intermission.
In “Broken English, Mother Tongue,” Morillo weaves personal stories of growing up on a US Army base in Puerto Rico with the history of the Island’s complicated relationship to the United States. Note: the audience may be quizzed on its knowledge of Puerto Rican history—but don’t worry—like Puerto Rico, all answers are, well, complicated.
Beliza’s “Resabios de Amargura or that bitter cabaret” is a campy mixture of song, comedy, mistranslations and social critique that follows the story of Lola Amapola, a diva-wannabe that loves her country Puerto Rico but feels attracted to the U.S. mainland. She follows the “American Dream,” but things don’t turn out quite as planned. Will she stay in the U.S.? Will she go back home? Is there a home to go back to?
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My name is Brooke and I am a member of the Augsburg Women’s Hockey team. On February 14th at 7pm and February 15th at 2pm, we will be hosting a Concussion Awareness Weekend in support of the Headway Foundation in Ed Saugstad Arena. The Headway Foundation is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that aims to promote a safer sports culture, provide resources for patients, and enhance concussion evaluation protocols and accessibility. Many people don’t realize how concussions affect physical, mental, and emotional health. During our games, we will have a poster with information about concussions, stickers, and an area for donations. If you aren’t able to donate that is completely ok! We would still love for people to come to check out the poster and support us as we take on Concordia-Moorhead! I guarantee you will learn something new.
This past weekend we officially clinched a playoff spot and look to make a strong push to try to win the MIAC. Any support is much appreciated.
If you have any questions feel free to contact me,
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Are you looking for a summer internship or graduating this Spring! If yes, you will not want to miss the MN Private Colleges’ Job & Internship Fair taking place on Thursday, February 27, 2020, from 9:00 am-2:00 pm (come and stay for as long as you like) at the Minneapolis Convention Center.
**NO REGISTRATION FEE IN 2020!
**SHUTTLE SERVICE WILL BE PROVIDED FOR FREE!
Who Should Attend:
Open to undergraduate students (sophomores, juniors, seniors, and Dec. 2019 graduates) from the Minnesota Private Colleges.
By attending the Job & Internship Fair, you will have the opportunity to network with 300+ employers who are interested in starting and maintaining employment relationships with Minnesota graduates! Many of the employers who will be present at the event will be actively recruiting for jobs and internships. Other employers may anticipate hiring in the next six months. No matter what the organizations’ objectives maybe, as an attendee, you can take advantage of speaking with recruiters from a variety of different industries to learn how your career goals may fit with their hiring needs.
Students must register through Handshake (link below) to attend
(no walk-ins day of fair)
Registered Employers: http://mnpcfair.org/
If you have any questions email email@example.com or call 612-330-1148.
REGISTER & LEARN MORE ON HANDSHAKE
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The Spring 2020 All Hands Meeting is Thursday, February 13 at 11:30 a.m. in Hoversten Chapel. Join the meeting to learn more about spring 2020 enrollment results, progress toward meeting our budget goals in the current fiscal year, and our ongoing discussions about organizational culture.
All members of the campus community are invited to attend.
Access to connect to the meeting from off-site locations will be available. For the livestream link, go to the All Hands page on Inside Augsburg (log in required).
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Join LGBTQIA+ Student Services for a night of bouldering at Minneapolis Bouldering Project Thursday, 2/27 6-8 pm!
All skill levels welcome!
RSVP on Auggie Life
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The EPIC Peer Health educators are hosting a sexual health and healthy relationship fair tonight – Monday 2/10/2020 from 6 – 8 pm in the Student Lounge. Please join, EPIC, SMART, The Aurora Center, Planned Parenthood, Family Tree Clinic and the African American Aids Taskforce for fun, games, and interactive educational resources. Questions call Dianne at the CWC office 612-330-1707. Hope to see you tonight.
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The Augsburg Associates are hosting their annual Valentine’s Day jewelry sale tomorrow and Wednesday in the lobby of Christensen from 10am – 4pm. There’ll be a selection of jewelry and other items you can shop for! All proceeds go to their scholarship fund. See you there!
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Nominations are open for the 2020-2021 Augsburg Leadership Awards!
These awards recognize student leaders and student organizations for their innovation and outstanding leadership during this academic year. Recipients will be honored at the 21st Annual Augsburg Leadership Awards on Sunday, April 5 from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. in Hoversten Chapel.
To nominate yourself or others, visit https://augsburg.campuslabs.com/engage/forms. When you get to the website, click on “2019-2020 Augsburg Leadership Awards Nomination Form.”
We strongly encourage all faculty, staff, students, alumni, and community members to submit nominations; self-nominations are also encouraged. The deadline for nominations is Thursday, March 12 by 5:00 p.m.
To nominate an individual or a student organization, and for more information on the award descriptions and criteria, please click here.
Questions? Email email@example.com
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Campus Life is currently accepting applications for the Augsburg Senior Leadership Society, which recognizes graduating seniors (i.e., those graduating in Spring, Summer, or Fall 2020) for their leadership contributions during their tenure at Augsburg University.
To apply, visit https://augsburg.campuslabs.com/engage/forms. When you get to the webpage, click on 2020 Augsburg Senior Leadership Society Application.
Applications must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 12.
Those accepted into the Augsburg Senior Leadership Society will be inducted and recognized at the 21st Annual Augsburg Leadership Awards, taking place Sunday, April 5 from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. in Hoversten Chapel.
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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.
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Enjoy a relaxing night of jazz and local art followed by Auggie spoken word performers. Coffee and treats will be provided.
All are welcome, turtlenecks encouraged!
Event will be on February 13th from 6-8:30 in the Foss Atrium.
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You want to study abroad, but there are so many choices … Short program or semester? Big city or small town? University-campus or community-based? Major classes or general requirements? How do you pick THE ONE and find your perfect match?!
Come to the STUDY ABROAD & AWAY FAIR and FIND YOUR MATCH!
Friday, February 14
10 am – 1 pm
Christensen Center lobby
There will be multiple program representatives there to answer your questions, study abroad alumni who can share their experiences and advice, and lots of information for you pick up.
See you at the Fair! Make sure to enter the prize drawing while you’re there!
Have any questions beforehand? get in touch:
Stop by our office: Oyate Commons, lower level of Christensen Center
Get more info about study abroad and away