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Always wanted to study abroad but not sure where to start? Learn all about it from the comfort of your own home next week during our “(Virtual) World Exploration Week” events!
The study abroad office will host multiple sessions to get you started on your study abroad/away planning. The pre-recorded sessions on Monday and Tuesday, as well as the live sessions Wednesday and Thursday are designed to help you explore your options, get inspired, and zero in on questions that will help you find the best program for you.
Then, on Friday 9/18, you will have the chance to ask questions live at the “Virtual Study Abroad/Away Fair.”
M 9/14: Getting Started
T 9/15: Finding Your Program
W 9/16: Revolution & Justice Abroad
T 9/17: CGEE Study Centers
F 9/18: Virtual Study Abroad/Away Fair – Connect globally with partners representing 66 programs in 31 countries!
Can’t attend live? No problem! Most events will be recorded and released for students to watch at their own time and leisure. We can’t wait to explore the world with you! Click on the preview pages link below for details, schedule, and registration links.
Study Abroad Preview Pages
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Take a spring semester course that includes a week of travel to NYC on spring break!
— FROM ROOTS TO RAP: ISLAM IN AMERICA —
Course: HIS 195 – fulfills a Humanities requirement
Program Leader: professor Maheen Zaman
Travel Dates: March 12-19, 2021
We will walk in the footsteps of Malcolm X on our tour of Muslim Harlem as we study the vast diversity of Black Muslim traditions – Nation of Islam, Sunni Black Muslims, West African businesses, and Latinx Muslims of East Harlem. At New York University’s nationally acclaimed Islamic Center, located in the Village, we will observe the Friday prayer in the context of a campus community integrated with its surrounding professional workforce.
Beyond these two sites in Manhattan, we will venture out to Queens, Brooklyn, and the Bronx to learn from organizers and advocates of immigration rights and civil liberties, investigate the process of social disappearance of working class Muslims in the face of gentrification, conduct oral histories as paired researchers across the five boroughs, sit with disciples of a female Sufi master and experience the ambiance of their spiritual practice, visit the museums of Natural History and the Metropolitan Museum of Art to critically compare natural and cultural representation of Islam and Muslims, take a ferry ride to Elis Island, Statue of Liberty, and compare that immigration narrative with the memories of exclusion curated at the Museum of the Chinese in America, and so much more.
***Applications due November 1*** Open to all Auggies
Learn more and start an application
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When: September 17, 2020 11:00 am – 12:00 pm CST
Track: D&I Strategy
Presenter: Joseph Santana, CDO PowerCircle
Learning to accept differences, watching our thoughts, avoiding right and wrong dichotomies, training for unconscious bias awareness—these are all often-recommended steps toward being more open and accepting of others. Companies spend billions of dollars a year on these training programs. Unfortunately, they often fall short. Find out why and take away easy-to-apply, quick, practical ways to create the inclusive environment you want!
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Please join us in Hoversten Chapel or by live streaming for chapel today at 11:30 am. Pastor Justin Lind-Ayres will preach on “In Boldness, We Confess” We can welcome up to 25 people in the chapel space due to Covid-19 restrictions. Chapel is live streamed via Zoom https://augsburg.zoom.us/j/95460363994?pwd=S1lSdks0T1cvcm96ZDNTRTlmYndUUT09. Chapel services will also be available on the Campus Ministry YouTube channel. The link to the video will be available on our Campus Ministry calendar. The bulletin for today is available online http://web.augsburg.edu/campusministry/Daily_Chapel_Bulletins/2020-21_Bulletins/2020-09-10_Chapel_bulletin.pdf.
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The social unrest that followed George Floyd’s cruel murder generated much-needed call outs, discussions, and reflections. In June, the full-time Theatre faculty sent a letter titled “Working Towards Racial Justice in the Theater Department” addressing these and stating our commitment to an anti-racist department. We hope you had an opportunity to read and reflect on it.
As promised, the first event with students is the Town Hall Listening Session on September 10 at 4:00pm to center students’ thoughts, questions, and feelings and a working session to collectively come up with the next steps of a plan.
Check your email for the Zoom link, or email firstname.lastname@example.org!