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Check out the short-term study abroad programs coming up for Spring Break 2021 and Summer 2021. Now is a great time to plan ahead! ALL programs fulfill your AUGSBURG EXPERIENCE requirement, as well as other classes:
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Roots to Rap: Islam in America – spring break
HIS 195 (Humanities)
Faith, Vocation, and Social Change – spring break
RLN 409 (Search for Meaning II) or RLN 480 (Keystone for some majors)
Spanish Language & Mexican Cultures – summer, multiple SPA course available(Modern Language)
Medical Spanish & Clinical Observership – summer, SPA 218 and SPA399
Community, Arts, and Culture in Cuba – Summer
THR 295 (Fine Arts)
Science and Religion in Germany – Summer
REL 205 (Search for Meaning II) and/or CHM 102 (Lab Science) or SCI 490 (Keystone for Science majors)
Sustainability and Food Justice in Italy & the US – Summer
HIS 170 (Humanities) or HIS 440 (elective)
Music Therapy in China – Summer
MUS 374 or 474: Music Therapy Practicum (1 credit)
MUS 511: Music Therapy Practicum (0 credits), or
MUS 582: Transcultural Music Therapy (4 credits), or
MUS 511 and MUS 582 (total 4 credits)
Get more information about these short term programs
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The Forum on Workplace Inclusion®️ is excited to announce the opening of the Call for Proposals for our 33rd Annual Forum on Workplace Inclusion Conference — Workplace Revolution: From Talk to Action.
At this moment in time, we as a global human society are experiencing extreme disruptive change. The Covid 19 pandemic has influenced our ways of being, connecting, planning, and visioning. But as we, The Forum, look to the future with a host of unknown variables, one thing is true. Our highest priority is to continue to foster connections that provide DEI learning opportunities and resources to push bold thinking toward equitable solutions for lasting impact.
We invite you to submit a proposal to be a part of the upcoming program year during this critical time in history.
The submission deadline is Monday, July 27, 2020.
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Augsburg Central Health Commons is taking donations to give to folks who visit us who may be experiencing homelessness or unstable housing. The Commons is always grateful for any donations, but the pandemic has made the need for donations greater than ever before.
If you have the following items that you are willing to donate contact Katie Clark: email@example.com and/or Rachel Rose: firstname.lastname@example.org for pick up or drop off information!
Desperately needed items:
-WATER BOTTLE FLATS
-UNDERWEAR (NEW ADULT AND CHILDREN’S SIZES)
If you are looking for another way to help, get together with a group of your friends/family/neighbors to make hygiene kits. Reach out to us, Katie Clark: email@example.com and/or Rachel Rose: firstname.lastname@example.org for more information or if you have hygiene kits to donate!
What should you put in a hygiene kit? (Place inside of a gallon ziplock and make sure everything is new or unopened)
Here are some ideas:
-Travel size soap
-Travel size shampoo
-Travel size conditioner
-Travel size lotion
-Razor (double or triple-blade – no single)
-Socks (medium or large, NEW)
-Kleenex or hand wipes
– Augsburg Central Health Commons staff, volunteers, and your community <3
(see the link to Commons website for more information about how we help our community and ways you can help too!)
Augsburg Central Health Commons Website
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The killing of George Floyd and the unrest that followed have created a long-delayed but urgently needed discussion on police brutality, inequities in the criminal justice system and racial injustice more broadly.
The Minnesota Urban Debate League and Star Tribune Opinion believe in the power of young minds and voices. We want the best ideas of students between the ages of 10 and 18 about how our communities can continue the hard work of responding to these crucial challenges.The task is to create an original written essay, video or audio file which describes one or two specific changes our community, state or nation should make to reduce racial inequities and injustices in the criminal justice system.Top submissions as determined by a group of judges from the Twin Cities and greater Minnesota will be published in the Star Tribune and shared with leaders across our state and nation
The submission should be entirely created by students, although others may teach new skills, such as operating a camera, microphone or computer software. Submissions must come from young people between the ages of 10 and 18, using their age as of Dec. 31, 2020. You may also submit a group project with up to six friends (seven people total).
Written essays must be no more than 700 words, typed, double-spaced and in 12-point font. Video and audio submissions should be no longer than two minutes and must be submitted in a file format that can be uploaded to YouTube. Any materials from other people (research, writing, video or audio clips, etc.) must be given credit either in the submission or in an additional text document not more than 50 words long.
How Students Can Enter:
Questions can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org. To enter, students should fill out the form below and submit your essay, video or audio file by Aug. 16. This is their chance to be passionate, be creative, and use their own personal experiences as evidence to argue for change in our community.
Star Tribune Criminal Youth Essay and Video Contest
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Are you interested in criminal justice reform? Help Twin Cities high school students have structured conversations on this timely topic. Be a virtual debate judge for the Minnesota Urban Debate League, a program of Augsburg University.
No experience is needed. We are looking for caring adults who are willing to listen. Have Zoom? Can judge! All camp debate sessions are virtual. Policy debate rounds begin at 3:45 PM. Listen to practice debates, pick a winner, and give feedback – all while you #StayHome.
We especially need judges during the afternoons of July 14th & July 15th! Sign up today:
Camp Volunteer Sign Up
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If you have never thought about planning your career or exploring what you can do with your major FOCUS2CAREER is a good place to start.
FOCUS2CAREER guides you through a reliable, intuitive career & education decision making model to help you choose majors offered at Augsburg, explore occupations & make informed career decisions. You also have access to five reliable and valid research based self-assessments. Your assessment results are matched to occupations and supporting majors at Augsburg.
Please schedule a Major & Career Exploration appointment with a career coach in Handshake after registering for your FOCUS2CAREER account. We are looking forward to showing you how you can use FOCUS2CAREER to find meaningful work based on your talents, interests, and skills.
Access FOCUS2CAREER and create an account on our Strommen Community Moodle Site.