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Please join us in Hoversten Chapel or by live streaming for chapel today at 11:30 am as we continue our religion department series. Today Iva Patel, assistant professor of religion and, is preaching. Chapel is live streamed via Zoom https://augsburg.zoom.us/j/95460363994?pwd=S1lSdks0T1cvcm96ZDNTRTlmYndUUT09.
The bulletin for today is available online. http://web.augsburg.edu/campusministry/Daily_Chapel_Bulletins/2020-21_Bulletins/2020-10-20_Chapel_bulletin.pdf
Chapel services are also available on the Campus Ministry YouTube channel. To find the link for chapel videos, please visit the Campus Ministry calendar.
Campus Ministry Calendar
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Please join us on Friday, October 23rd at 2pm for a Zoom discussion panel, VOTE: What’s At Stake In The 2020 Election?, as we discuss the importance of voting, last-minute voting info, and what’s at stake in the 2020 election! Joining us on the panel will be Political Science Professor and Sabo Fellow, Dr. Andrew L. Aoki, and Clinical Psychology PsyD Program Director and Associate Professor, Dr. Margit Berman! Jot this down on your calendars– you won’t want to miss it!Zoom Link: https://augsburg.zoom.us/j/96529937313?pwd=VWhWdnA0eDllL3VPNGl1TmdmdzltQT09
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Hope to see you there!
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A reminder that if you have not gotten your flu shot yet, you will be able to get one on campus on Thursday 10/29/2020 from 11:00 1:00 pm in the Foss Chapel Atrium. The Center for Wellness and Counseling will host the MN Visiting Nurse Association (now Hennepin Health Care). Most insurances are accepted or you can pay $39 cash or check. Please bring your insurance card, wear short sleeves and your face covering. Questions, please call Dianne in the CWC office at 612-330-1707. Help keep the Augsburg community safe and get your flu shot!!
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When: October 29, 2020 12:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Where: Online/Video Conference
Presenters: Candi Castleberry Singleton, Twitter | Bill Proudman, White Men as Full Diversity Partners/FDP Global | Howard Ross, Udarta Consulting | Regina Speed-Bost, SB Law, PLLC | Sandra S. Yamate, Institute for Inclusion in the Legal Profession (IILP)
We are experiencing amplified division and chaos around concepts central to diversity, equity and inclusion: Anti-racism and white privilege are becoming increasingly politicized, especially as the US prepares itself for the upcoming Presidential election.
How does this resistance show up in your workplace and in your DEI initiatives? How do we continue to bridge divides that seem to be increasingly polarized? And, how will you prepare your workplace for the aftermath of the election, whatever the outcome?
Together, with White Men as Full Diversity Partners’ Bill Proudman and Jim Morris, with guest Howard Ross, we will explore these questions and the unique challenges facing workplaces in the US right now.
Learn what fear and resistance sound like and reveal in the workplace
Be clear on why DEI work matters, especially right now
Build up your resolve and your internal change agents
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Come celebrate Joe Mann’s new career opportunity this Wednesday at 3:30 p.m.
Joe will be leaving his position as web manager for Augsburg University and Luther Seminary at the end of the week to pursue a new role with Equisoft.
During his more than eight-year employment at Augsburg, Joe has been exceptional at tackling complex problems, thinking strategically about what’s best in the current moment, and developing solutions that will be sustainable for the long term. Joe’s strength in troubleshooting, attention to detail, and clear communication will be tremendous assets for Equisoft. We thank him for his dedication to Augsburg and Luther and for the many ways he has supported students, faculty, and staff.
We will be hosting a Zoom gathering for the university community from 3:30-4 p.m. on Wednesday, October 21. Drop in and wish Joe well.
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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.
Our college cohort meeting will take place virtually on Tuesday, October 20 at 6:30PM and will feature teacher, author, and artist, Dwayne Reed. Mr. Dwayne Reed has been featured on Rapzilla, ABC 7 Chicago and Good Morning America. Attendees will also receive a $25 virtual gift card.
If you have not RSVP’d or attended an earlier meeting please 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 firstname.lastname@example.org.
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LGBTQIA+ Student Services & ASAC will be co-hosting a DIY embroidery event, Let’s Get Sew-cial.
This event will take place on Thursday, October 22nd at 5 p.m. over Zoom! All participants will need to stop by the Auggies Nest to pick up their supply kit. Supply kits are limited to the first 50 individuals, and will include all embroidery supplies and some goodies!
Let’s Get Sew-cial on Auggie Life