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Join Rebecca John, vice president of operations, and other panelists to check in on our progress during this fall semester, ask questions, and share lessons you’ve learned in the course of your work. Register for a Zoom session on the All Hands Page (login required).
Sept. 22, noon-1 p.m.
October 1, 1-2 p.m.
October 8, noon-1:00 p.m.
All Hands page
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It’s Augsburg’s 2020 Homecoming week! Here are some events to look out for:
-Create your own Pop Socket on September 22nd
-Drag/Lip Sync Showdown on September 24th
-Movie Night Showing of “Queen and Slim” on September 25th
-Homecoming Royalty Coronation Ceremony on September 26th
See the Campus Life Facebook Page for more information!
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Augsburg Bold underscores our connections in the community for addressing the most pressing issues of our time. Augsburg’s quad has been set up as a physically-distanced outdoor seminar room, and we are pleased to announce the first in a series of distinguished speakers. In-person attendance is reserved for Augsburg students and limited to 60; all speakers will be available to stream via Zoom.
Details on the first speakers scheduled are now available on the Augsburg Bold site. Next week will feature Olivia House ’20 on “The Summer of Resistance By Black Youth” and Assistant Professor Katie Clark ’10 MAN, ‘DPN on “Being Bold: Caring while in Solidarity.”
There are more to come—including some surprises!
In addition to the speaker series, Augsburg Bold will also include opportunities for students to learn about important topics in our community through experiences off campus—all designed following COVID-19 mitigation practices—and to participate in Homecoming 2020 celebrations on campus.
Learn more and sign up to attend in person or via Zoom at the Augsburg Bold site.
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Black Men Teach is looking to recruit and develop a cohort of Black men who are either actively considering a career in elementary education or are open to the idea. The men in the Black Men Teach college cohort may be eligible to receive various forms of support throughout the remainder of their collegiate journey and into their professional careers. Benefits of cohort membership include:
-1:1 Mentorship with current black male teacher
-Paid classroom internship during studies
-Paid stipend for student teaching
-Access to community of Black Male college students
-Summer work opportunities
To be eligible for the Black Men Teach program, you must be enrolled in a college or university in the Greater Twin Cities Metropolitan area, identity as a Black male, and have an interest in finding a career filled with purpose fulfillment. You DO NOT need to be studying education or on a path to becoming a teacher.
The first college cohort meeting will take place virtually on Tuesday, September 29 at 6:30PM. A $25 virtual gift card will be provided to all attendees.
RSVP here to receive an invitation for the virtual meeting. More information about Black Men Teach can be found here. If you have any questions about the college cohort, please reach out to email@example.com.
5th Grade Science Teacher
4141 University Ave NE, Columbia Heights, MN 55421
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Are you a STEM major here at Augsburg?
If so, we invite you to tune into our virtual info session! This is an awesome opportunity to learn more about our student-led organization as well as ask questions to members and get connected to the Augsburg STEM Community!
A tiny spiel on SPM: We are a peer-led organization that’s designed to support First and Second year STEM majors as they navigate their academic and professional careers. Juniors and Seniors also apply to be mentors and share their insight, opportunities they recommend, and things they wish they’d have known starting out. It’s an awesome program that is really geared toward helping students succeed in STEM!
STEM majors we support:
The info session will be THIS Thursday 9/24/2020 from 4pm-5pm. Below is the zoom link where you can tune in at that time! Hope to see ya there!
Any question, please reach out to email@example.com
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Please join us in Hoversten Chapel or by live streaming for chapel today at 11:30 am. Lee George, Executive Director of the Strommen Center is preaching on “In Boldness, We Are Curious.” 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. To find the link for chapel videos, please visit the Campus Ministry calendar. The bulletin for today is available online. http://web.augsburg.edu/campusministry/Daily_Chapel_Bulletins/2020-21_Bulletins/2020-09-22_Chapel_bulletin.pdf
Campus Ministry Calendar
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On Wednesday, Mizan Gebre will be preparing an authentic Ethiopian lunch that will be presented at the World Flavors station. This lunch will be halal.
On the menu will be:
Key Sega Wat (Ethiopian Beef Stew)
Injera (flat bread)
This is the first of an international series we will be preparing. Our next theme will be Puerto Rican cuisine, prepared by Jose Flores.
I hope you enjoy the meal!
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When: October 15, 2020 11:00 am – 12:00 pm CDT
Track: D&I Strategy
Presenters: Leslie Funk, Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding | Cameron Smith, Tanenbaum Center for Interreligious Understanding
This webinar will highlight the intersectional nature of religion as a facet of workplace diversity, equity, and inclusion by analyzing the specific intersection between religion, mental health, and resilience during the winter holiday season.
The topics of both religion and mental health feature prominently during the traditional winter holiday season, though frank conversations in the workplace about those topics remain uncommon. Presenters Leslie Funk and Cameron Smith of Tanenbaum seek to not only shed light on this important matter but also offer tools for effectively and proactively addressing these matters in the workplace.
Recognize the importance of addressing religious diversity in the workplace
Examine the role religion can play in mental health, and how religious diversity arises in the workplace around the holidays
Identify better practices for preventing the December Dilemma
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Paid opportunities! Great for Psychology, Social Work, Health Professions, and Education majors
Wednesday, September 23rd 2020
9:00 am – 4:00 pm (Log on for a quick chat with recruiter)
Meeting ID: 979 4373 4690
(Stay for just a few minutes to learn more – virtual drop-by table)
Hosted by ACR Homes / ACR Healthcare
Organized by Philip Baumgarn
Whether you are looking for a flexible part-time job that works around your schedule, patient care experience, an impactful internship, or a rewarding career for after school, ACR Homes may have the ideal fit for you.
Gain great experience for school, your resume, and for life all while making a difference in the lives of people who have disabilities.
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One silver lining with the pandemic comes a number of corporations that are hosting virtual events for the first time! Our Career and Internship Center continues to list events in Handshake that are being sponsored by employers looking to hire students.
Target Corporation in the next couple of weeks will be hosting events that include:
*Building an Effective Linked Profile -9/22/2020 @ 7:00pm
*Target Tuesdays: Investing in You! Self Assessment 101!
*Target Tuesdays: Target’s Purpose in the Midst of Change
Other corporations that are inviting Auggies to join their events include: J.P. Morgan, Deloitte, U.S. Bank, and more!
Check Handshake Frequently To Learn More!
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This devised theatre project is an intimate display of the varying perspectives of Augsburg Students, alumni, and our theater community as we collectively process the transitions during public and private crises. At a Glance will be led by the three core artists, Atlese Robinson, Eshay Brantley, and Malick Ceesay members of Ambiance Theatre, a collective “dedicated to nurturing unchained imaginations and a haven for creative minds left on the margins of the theatre world.”
Creatively inclined students of color who are interested in creating an archival film piece about our current times should attend one of the following info sessions!
Info Sessions: September 22nd and 23rd, 6:00-8:00pm
Performance Dates: November 13th and 14th
Follow the Zoom link below on the date that works best for you:
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2020 Christensen Symposium
Date: Thursday, October 01, 2020
Time: 11:00 AM to 12:00 PM CST
Format: Zoom Webinar – to register see meeting Zoom webinar link below
The Bernhard M. Christensen Symposium will feature the Rev. Dr. Robert M. Franklin, Jr. In his position as the inaugural James T. and Berta R. Laney Chair in Moral Leadership at Candler School of Theology at Emory University in Atlanta, Georgia, Rev. Dr. Franklin challenges students to explore the concept of moral leadership in the 21st century in different cultures and contexts in the United States and around the world.
Dr. Franklin’s most recent book, Moral Leadership: Integrity, Courage, Imagination (2020), will be the focus of his October 1st presentation. Dr. Franklin proposes a model for moral leadership anchored in intellectual and ethical integrity, a vision of and commitment to the public good, and personal investment in transformative community. He shares ways in which we can discover and foster those qualities in ourselves.
The Symposium will feature a 45-minute presentation by Dr. Franklin followed by Q & A. This is a free event, open to students, staff and faculty. Registration required at webinar link provided. After registering, participants will receive a link to connect to the event.
Zoom Webinar Link