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This week’s World Wednesday theme is how to afford study abroad/away!
Do you want to study abroad/away but concerned about cost? Don’t worry, this is a common question! We will help you understand how financial aid applies to study abroad/away, discuss scholarship opportunities, and learn about the most affordable programs for Auggies available to help make study abroad/away a reality for you.
Featuring Catherine Maun from the Financial Aid Office and Carden Olson, Auggie alum and Gilman Scholarship winner who studied abroad in Denmark. Zoom session will be February 3rd from 3:30 – 4:15 pm.
See full details and schedule at our blog or follow us onInstagram @global_auggies for updates.
Find the updated zoom link at our blog
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The Augsburg Music Dept in collaboration with MacPhail and Campus Ministry invites you to share virtually with the FIFTH HOUSE ENSEMBLE.
WE ARE GOOD:
5-consecutive, 90-minute sessions; Deep Listening and story gathering rooted in collective decision making through creative acts. Fosters authentic inquiry among participants of varied social and political backgrounds, uses Deep Listening to bring strangers together through communal music-making. Each session culminates in a creative act, including the development of new text scores, graphic scores, or other work products.
>Mondays, February 8, 22, March 8, 22, April 5
>All sessions 4:30—6:00 p.m.
>Maximum of 100 participants
>Registration Information Linked Below
This engagement is supported by the Arts Midwest Touring Fund, a program of Arts Midwest that is funded by the National Endowment for the Arts, with additional contributions from Minnesota State Arts Board and the Crane Group.
Fifth House Ensemble Residency, Full Details
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Please join us via zoom with Casey Haukos MT-BC for a guitar help night. Join us February 4th from 7-8pm. Zoom link posted below!
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The Minnesota Urban Debate League is a program of Augsburg University. We provide academic competitive debate programming for middle and high students in Minneapolis, St. Paul, and Roseville.
Our all-virtual middle school debate season has begun, and we need judges to help make it happen! No experience is required. We will train you!
By judging, you can help students gain critical thinking skills, public speaking experience, and confidence as they analyze multiple angles of this year’s debate topic, police reform.
Register for upcoming tournaments:
February 4 (Thursday) – JV & Varsity – 3:30-6:30pm
Feb 17 (Wednesday) – Rookie & Novice – 3:30-6:30pm
Feb 24 (Wednesday) – JV & Varsity – 3:30-6:30pm
Mar 9 (Tuesday) – Rookie & Novice – 3:30-7:30pm
Mar 16 (Tuesday) – JV & Varsity – 3:30-7:30pm
Mar 25 Championship (Thursday) – 3:30-7:30pm
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Today is your last chance to audition for Augsburg Theater’s spring production, The Well of Horniness!
Wednesday, February 3rd from 7:00-9:00pm
Callbacks will be Friday, February 5th from 7:00-9:00pm.
See the attached document for all the information you need for auditions! The document has links to the sign-up sheet, actor information form, the play script, tips for Zoom auditions, and a tentative rehearsal schedule.
Click here for audition information!
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When: February 3, 2021 1:30 pm – 3:00 pm
Cost: $30 Suggested Contribution
Track: Leadership Development
Presenters: Hayward Bell, Raytheon Company RETIRED | Kimberly B. Davis, National Hockey League | Bill Proudman, White Men as Full Diversity Partners/FDP Global | Lee Tschanz, Rockwell Automation | Amy Wilczynski, Borough of Allendale, NJ
The announcement that Joe Biden and Kamala Harris won the electoral and popular vote for the next US President is, for many, a highly-awaited and anticipated moment. For others, it’s an acute loss.
Our most important work, right now, is to put in motion the practices and programs to create cohesion, build community and help leaders reach across difference.
That said, it’s become dangerous to talk about politics at work even though the political divide now more than ever inhibits positive connection, at work, at home, and in our communities. This divide threatens progress towards more diverse and equitable workplaces.
Now, amidst this divisiveness, is the opportunity for workplaces to double down and equip their leaders on how to bridge the divide. There is no time to waste.
Be clear on why diversity, equity, and inclusion work matters, especially right now
Push your inclusive leadership skills for today’s unique needs
Explore how to narrow divides and speak to divergent groups