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Augsburg University offers a five-week GRE prep course each summer for Augsburg students and alumni at a cost well below those found at private test centers. This course is taught by experienced GRE test-prep educators. Throughout the course students will have a chance to complete practice problems for each area of the test and receive in-depth feedback and instruction. The registration fee also includes a six-month subscription to the online GRE study tool, Magoosh.
Due to COVID-19, this year’s course will be offered via Zoom.
May 13th – June 15th
Mondays and Wednesdays, 5:30 – 8:00pm (Excluding Memorial Day)
To register, please fill out the registration form. Seats will not be held without the registration form. Seats are limited, please register early to guarantee your spot. Contact email@example.com with any questions.
Please Note: Only Augsburg students and alumni may register for this course.
GRE Registration Form
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The Fulbright US Student Program offers college graduates the opportunity to participate in diplomacy in over 140 countries. Your experience could include teaching English and American Studies, working on a Master’s degree, or performing research in any field. You may apply in the summer before/fall of your senior year or after you graduate. URGO offers advising, application support, and interviews for endorsement by Augsburg University for both current students and alumni.
If you are interested in this opportunity, please contact URGO@augsburg.edu for more information. All current students and recent alumni are welcome to inquire, even if you won’t be eligible to apply for the coming application cycle.
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In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Dr. Kenneth Nowack (Envisia Learning, Inc.) dives into new research on how to measure and change a key aspect of an effective company and team culture: interpersonal trust and psychological safety.
Dr. Nowack presents the latest neuroscience research around interpersonal trust and its relationship to the hormone oxytocin that provides insight about the biological survival roots of unconscious bias and in-group bias. Finally, Dr. Nowack will explore the link between high-trust teams with important employee outcomes such as retention, engagement, reduced job burnout, and well-being.
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We are living through a very uncertain time, but The Center for Global Education and Experience (CGEE) remains committed to connecting Auggies to the world through the channels that are still available to us. This summer, you can take online courses in Spanish, Political Science, Religion, History, or Gender, Sexuality & Women’s Studies with Augsburg CGEE’s instructors in Mexico or Central America.
To access these courses, simply look in Records and Registration under Summer 2020 term and the departments listed below. There is a huge variety, including some specialized courses for upper-level learners! Register for the class as usual.
Courses are offered in both Summer Time 1 (T1) & Time 2 (T2) unless otherwise noted.
GENDER, SEXUALITY AND WOMEN’S STUDIES
WST 481 Queer History in Latin America (T2)
HIS 156: The Crisis in Nicaragua: U.S. Destabilization or a Democratic Movement? (T2)
HIS 388: Queer History in Latin America (T2)
POL 310: Citizen Participation in a Globalized Economy (T1)
RLN 336: Latin American Liberation Theologies (T1)
LANGUGAGES AND CROSS-CULTURAL STUDIES
SPA 111: Beginning Spanish I (T1)
SPA 112: Beginning Spanish II (T2)
SPA 218: Spanish for Healthcare Providers
SPA 220: Business Spanish
SPA 224: Spanish for Ministry
SPA 225/325: Spanish for Heritage Speakers I and II
SPA 231: Pre-Colombian, Colonial and Contemporary Mexican Art
SPA 316: Conversations in Cultural Context
SPA 334: Contemporary Mexican Literature
SPA 335: Contemporary Latin American Women: Texts and Voices
SPA 337: Mexican Civilizations and Cultures
See summer online courses in Records & Registration
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Greetings beloved members of the Augsburg community,
First, I want to thank you for your patience in this time, for your commitment to learning, and for your support of Augsburg Day Student Government. We are in an unprecedented time of change, and the role that you, the student body, play in helping Augsburg navigate these challenges is crucial.
I know that this week comes with a ramp up in work as we approach finals, so I wanted to be sure to present the University’s official responses to the resolutions that the current student government leadership has passed to date. The document attached was compiled by members of Augsburg’s leadership and reviewed by President Pribbenow before sending to you. It documents the work Augsburg has done to date on the topics highlighted in the ASDG resolutions.
We recognize — and I know you do as well — that there is still work to do, so let me close by saying that we look forward to ongoing partnership and communication between the Student body, the Augsburg Day Student Government, and University Administrators as we move forward in the final weeks of this semester, through the summer, and into the upcoming school year.
Please keep yourselves healthy and safe — and finish this semester strong!
The Executive Board
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