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Dr. Mary Lowe, a candidate for the Bernard M. Christensen Distinguished University Chair in Religion and Vocation, will be on campus Friday, February 14. Her public presentation will be held in Oren Gateway Center Room 100, 1:15-2:15 p.m. Faculty and staff are invited to take advantage of opportunities to meet and hear from Dr. Lowe, and are strongly encouraged to provide feedback using the feedback form:
The feedback form will close at 4:30 p.m. on the next business day following the presentation (closes Feb. 17).
CV Dr. Mary Lowe
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Dr. Robert Williamson Jr., a candidate for the Bernard M. Christensen Distinguished University Chair in Religion and Vocation, will be on campus Thursday, February 13. His public presentation will be held in Oren Gateway Center Room 100, 2:15-3:15 p.m.
Faculty and staff are invited to take advantage of opportunities to meet and hear from Dr. Williamson, and are strongly encouraged to provide feedback using the feedback form: https://forms.gle/2tHqNncv44UNNjBg9
The feedback form will close at 4:30 p.m. on the next business day (Feb. 14).
CV Dr. Robert Williamson Jr.
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We’re looking for volunteers to help with the Music Department’s production of “Tienda” — Volunteers to help with tickets, doors, costumes/wardrobe, food, etc. If you are interested in music, stage management, operas or just experiencing something NEW — There’s an opportunity for you!
> Thursday, February 20 – Dress Rehearsal, 7:30 p.m.
> Friday, February 21 – Show #1, 7 p.m.
> Saturday, February 22 – Show #2, 7 p.m.
Contact, Cathy Knutson (firstname.lastname@example.org) ASAP.
The opera tells the story of Luis Garzón, a Mexican musician who immigrated to Minneapolis in 1886 and opened a small Mexican grocery store, or tienda, in St. Paul in the 1920s. While Luis had married an American woman and was fully integrated into Minnesotan society, his store served as a community hub for the newest arrivals from Mexico, many of whom had fled the Mexican Revolution and now toiled on the sugar beet farms of rural Minnesota. “Tienda” explores the immigrant experience: what must be left behind—and what cannot be forgotten—on the journey to a new home.
The opera is composed by Augsburg Music faculty member Reinaldo Moya and will also include the Augsburg Orchestra & The Augsburg Choir.
Interested in Going? Reserve Tickets below…
Need Tickets for Tienda?
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org or call the Student Affairs office at 612 330 1160.
Auggie Basics Application Form