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Critical Race & Ethnic Studies Scholarship is available now! Up to 6 awardees will receive $2,500.00 each. the amount will be added to your outstanding tuition bill.
WHO CAN APPLY: (All of you can apply)
-Must have completed at least one full semester at Augsburg
-Be enrolled as a full-time student in the Augsburg Day program for the academic year 2021-2022
-Meet the University’s standard of conduct
-Complete this application
-Must demonstrate financial need, defined by Student Financial Services.
**This application must be submitted by 5:00 pm Monday, February 22, 2021**
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Share your suggestions for the next Batalden Convocation speaker for Spring 2022.
Each year (with the exception of last March 2020 due to the pandemic), the Batalden Program in Applied Ethics hosts a “Batalden convocation.” Historically, this has been a one-hour talk held in the chapel. Since the academic year 2018-2019, a “Batalden Visiting Scholar” approach has been taken; this allows the “Batalden Visiting Scholar” to both visit classes and with students on the same day as the convocation and, in some cases, the following day. Previous Batalden Visiting Scholars have included Professor Jin Park (Buddhist scholar), Professor Frederic Reamer (ethicist), and Professor Kwame Anthony Appiah (ethicist).
For the current Batalden Scholar in Applied Ethics (Bibiana Koh) the overarching objective of the program is to promote broad conversations in interfaith, intersectional, or interdisciplinary applied ethics that promote social justice and social change across the Augsburg University campus and the community at large. The program defines applied ethics as work that focuses on, considers, and/or addresses public and/or private moral issues. The Batalden Ethics program is generously supported by Paul ’63 and LaVonne (Olson) Batalden ’63, and Stephen ’67 and Sandra Batalden.
In hope and anticipation of a pandemic-free year, planning for the Spring 2022 convocation begins now. To have a voice in the selection of the next Batalden Convocation speaker, please share your ideas using the link below. This brief 5-minute questionnaire (using Google Forms) will be open until the end of February. Those completing the survey may also enter a lottery to win a gift e-card.
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This year’s Interfaith Scholars Cohort has created a social media campaign that we’re calling “Humans of Augsburg”. We’re looking to cover a diverse mix of students, faculty, and staff about what you value, what you believe, and what has shaped you. The idea is to hear your story and share that across our campus community, and beyond. We will showcase all of our amazing students, faculty, and staff on our instagram so make sure to follow us @humansofaugsburg.
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For the Fall 2021 undergraduate registration period we are eliminating the crossover registration waiting period on a trial basis. Registration for AU students into Day classes and Day students into AU classes will be available as soon as a student is eligible to register. A decision about crossover registration in future semesters will be made after we see how this trial impacts Day and AU student access to courses in their home programs.
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Please carefully proofread your A-mails before submitting them. We are seeing A-mails come in with incorrect event names and dates, missing links, and other errors. Your message will be more effective if it’s correct.
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Trinity Lutheran Congregation offers a homework help program for kids k-12. The program is working online via zoom. Tutors of different academic interests are available and are able to help. Tutoring is held school days from 3:30-6:00pm.
If you know, or have younger siblings who would like to sign up for tutoring, email the program director, Destiny Cummings (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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The Echo, Augsburg’s student-run newspaper, is looking for students interested in our position of Features Editor. Applications for this position close on Monday, Feb. 15 at 11:59 p.m.
*Pro tip: you do not need to be an expert in writing or editing to do well as an Echo editor. The Echo provides ample training and a welcoming team of support. If you’re interested, go for it!*
The editor of our “Features” section is responsible for curating, editing and writing articles that provide in-depth news stories on areas of interest to the Augsburg community. Some examples of Features content includes articles that engage community perspectives on topics relevant to Augsburg and wider Minneapolis communities, highlights specific resources on campus, and spotlights the work of local artists, leaders and organizers. Other examples include interactive games and column pieces. Features is also often a home for art pieces and poems. A bullet-point list of this position’s responsibilities are below:
-Curate, edit, and write articles that provide in depth news and human interest stories on areas of interest to the Augsburg community.
-Be active in engaging students, staff, faculty and community members in topics of their interest.
-Be knowledgable of student resources at Augsburg.
-Plan photos in coordination with Photo Editor.
-Be part of a welcoming and supporting team.
This position is paid $60 per newspaper issue (we release 10 issues every semester) and works 6 hours a week.
If you are interested in applying, please send over a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org! Let us know if you have any questions.
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Graduating this spring? Consider attending Mayo Clinic’s Virtual Career Fair! The following message is from our employer partner at the Mayo Clinic.
We invite you to connect with our recruiters and hiring managers, and explore a “life-changing career” at Mayo Clinic!
What if your career could change your life? Whether you are starting your professional life or well vested in your career journey, you may wonder if you are aligning with the work you were meant to do. Mayo Clinic invites you to register for the Mayo Clinic Virtual Career Fair!
Date: Thursday, February 18, 2021
Time: 3:00-7:00 PM (CST)
Cost: Free and open to everyone
• Finance, Coding, Supply Chain, Billing
• Human Resources
• Laboratory Medicine & Pathology
• Surgical Techs
• Facilities & Security
• Patient Appointment Scheduling & Administrative Services
• Environmental Services, Linen Central Services, General Services
• Nursing – RN Students/Graduates, RN Experienced
• Nursing Support – LPN, PCA, HUC, NA, MA
• Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetists
• Nurse Practitioners and Physician Assistant
• Cardiac Monitoring
• Information Technology, Information Security, Healthcare Technology Management
• Management Engineering & Consulting
• Charter House (Senior Living)
• Center for Digital Health (Data science and AI in healthcare)
Once registered, you will receive a link to the event page. No additional download or software is required.
REGISTER NOW! https://careerfair.mayoclinic.org/
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Auggies, if you live on campus you were assigned a campus box. (You can search yourself in the Augsburg directory if you are unsure of the box number.) Please make sure to check your campus box on a regular basis. Currently there are a lot of tax documents being delivered. Even if you are not expecting mail you may want to check your box just to be safe.
Please also keep an eye on your email. There are a number of students who no longer have a campus box, but still have mail sent to their Augsburg address. In these cases, we send an email to your @augsburg.edu email account with the subject line Will Call Mail. We will hold the mail for two weeks to give you time to come pick it up or contact email@example.com to see about other options. If we do not hear from you, your mail will be sent back to the original sender.
Mail Room Staff
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The NASA Space Grant scholarship program supports the advancement of academically focused undergraduates seeking professional careers in the natural sciences, especially space physics & engineering, mathematics, and science/mathematics education.
This competitive program awards up to 6 scholarships for Spring 2021 (totaling $8000), in the following areas:
1. Emerging Scholarship (Sophomore-Senior): Scholarships of $1000 to encourage students whose course of study shows progress in meeting the criteria of this scholarship program.
2. Enhanced Scholarship (Sophomore-Senior): Scholarships of $2000 to support students who have shown considerable progress in meeting the criteria of this scholarship program.
Strong candidates for the grant will be students who…
– are a sophomore, junior, or senior majoring in physics, chemistry, biology, mathematics, computer science, pre-engineering, or mathematics/science education;
– can demonstrate strong academic performance and leadership within their major area; and
– show an interest in contributing to NASA’s mission.
The application deadline is Monday, February 15, at 11:59PM. To learn more about this scholarship and how to apply, visit https://www.augsburg.edu/stem/opportunities/research-opportunities/nasa/
If you have any questions, please reach out to Ben Stottrup at email@example.com.
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Hello student leaders,
Campus Life is currently accepting applications for the Augsburg Senior Leadership Society, which recognizes graduating seniors (i.e., those graduating in Spring, Summer, or Fall 2021) for their leadership contributions during their tenure at Augsburg University. Applications must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on Thursday, March 11. Please click on the link below to apply: (https://augsburg.campuslabs.com/engage/forms)
Those who apply for the Society will also be considered for the following awards:
– Linda Schrempp Alberg Endowed Leadership Award, which is given to one senior (by credit) and carries an award amount of $500.
– Marina Christensen Justice Award, which is awarded at Commencement.
Those accepted into the Augsburg Senior Leadership Society will be inducted and recognized at the 22nd Annual Augsburg Leadership Awards, taking place virtually on Sunday, April 18 from 6:00 – 8:00 p.m.
If you have any questions or would like further information regarding these leadership recognition opportunities for Augsburg University Seniors, please reach out to Michael Grewe (email@example.com) from Campus Life.
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Nominations for the 2020-2021 Augsburg Leadership Awards are now open!
These awards recognize student leaders, student organizations, and organization advisors for their innovation and outstanding leadership during this academic year. Recipients will be honored at the 22nd Annual Augsburg Leadership Awards on Sunday, April 18th from 6:00 – 8:30 p.m. via Zoom.
We strongly encourage all faculty, staff, students, alumni, and community members to submit nominations; self-nominations are also encouraged. The deadline for nominations is Friday, March 12 by 5:00 p.m.
To nominate an individual or a student organization, and for more information on the award descriptions and criteria, please click the link below: (https://augsburg.campuslabs.com/engage/forms)
Please contact Alex Abraha (email@example.com) from Campus Life if you have any questions or need additional information. Thank you!
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