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Take a spring semester course that includes 10 days of travel to Guatemala on Spring break!
FAITH, VOCATION, AND SOCIAL CHANGE IN GUATEMALA, CENTRAL AMERICA
RLN 409 – fulfills a Search for Meaning II requirement, or
RLN 480 – Keystone for some majors
Faculty Leader: Professor Matt Maruggi
Travel Dates: March 12-21, 2021 (spring break)
Explore the concept of vocation in the context of poverty and political oppression, examining the ways in which Christian theology has been and continues to be used, both to justify oppression and injustice, as well as to support social justice movements and offer hope for a peaceful and just social order. Critically examine the ways religious faith informs the daily lives and communities of people in Guatemala, especially in their work for a more peaceful and just society. Reflect upon the history of faith and the struggle for peace and justice in Guatemala through the narratives of several spiritually-grounded change agents, and their understanding of vocation.
***Applications due November 1***
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The session covers key information that faculty and staff need to know about coming to campus to work this fall. Please join Rebecca John, VP and chief operating officer along with Dawn Miller, HR director; Alicia Quella, Physician Assistant program director, chair, and associate professor; and Bryan Massich, Augsburg Facilities manager.
8/26 3:30-4:30 p.m.
The link to join the webinar is on the All Hands page on Inside Augsburg