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All Welcome for Johnson & Johnson Vaccine in OGC

submitted by alamilla@augsburg.edu

Augsburg is partnering with the People’s Center Clinic to provide Johnson & Johnson vaccines on campus, in the Oren Gateway Center, between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. The dates are during new student orientation Monday – Thursday, June 14 – 17, Saturday, June 19, and Monday, June 21.

This vaccine opportunity is open to all Augsburg students, staff, faculty, and your families and friends. If you know someone who still needs a vaccine, please inform them about this opportunity.

No appointment or insurance is necessary (though if you have insurance, please bring your insurance information). People interested in getting a vaccine must be at least 18 years old and bring a photo ID (e.g., driver’s license, passport, Augsburg ID, etc.). The People’s Center Clinic does not ask about citizenship status.

The Johnson & Johnson COVID-19 vaccine requires only one dose. A person is considered fully vaccinated two weeks after receiving the Johnson & Johnson vaccine.

Please share this information with anyone 18 or older who may still need a vaccine.

Teaching and Learning

Tomorrow, Forum Webinar, A Psychologically Safe Workplace is the New Normal

submitted by gocmen@augsburg.edu

When: June 17, 2021 11:00 am – 12:00 pm central
Presenters: Jesse Bridges, EVERFI  |  Erin McClintock, EVERFI

2020 brought with it an international a pandemic, a financial crisis, a polarizing presidential election, and an acute and overdue focus on racial and structural inequities. The effects still ripple in 2021, with one being a renewed energy and focus to create safe and healthy work environments, for all. This requires not only enduring conversations about workplace equity, but also “lifting up the hood” and exploring where employees’ ability to flourish, connect and contribute without fear of retribution may be hindered. In this podcast, speakers will discuss the connections between psychological safety, well-being, and diversity, equity, and inclusion.
Learning Outcomes
Identify actionable strategies for promoting psychological safety in the workplace
Apply the eight (8) dimensions of wellness in the workplace
Use an organizational diagnostic to assess equitable wellness

https://forumworkplaceinclusion.org/webinars/a-psychologically-safe-workplace-is-the-new-normal/

ArcGIS Online Resource Updated

submitted by wetterer@augsburg.edu

Augsburg’s ArcGIS Online resource has been updated and is now easier to use, and available to every Auggie! To start using this tool, login to https://augsburgu.maps.arcgis.com and sign in with your Augsburg credentials. You can also click the ‘ArcGIS Online’ link under the ‘Augsburg Tools’ block in Moodle.

What is ArcGIS? GIS stands for Geographic Information System. The Online version of ArcGIS allows one to use, create, and share maps, layers, analytics, and data. Arc mapping software is created by ESRI (Environmental Systems Research Institute).

Basically, ArcGIS Online allows you to collaboratively (or independently) create and publish interactive maps and graphics.

Career areas where ArcGIS is used:
Administration
Agriculture
Archaeology
Architecture/Engineering/Construction
Assessor/Cadastral Records
Banking/Credit Unions/Financial Services
Business Services
Cartography
Conservation
Defense/Intelligence
Demographics/Census/Elections
Electric/Gas Utility
Environment Management
Fire
Fisheries & Wildlife
Forestry
GIS Services
Health and Human Services
Higher Education
Insurance
K-12 Education
Law Enforcement
Library/Museum
Location-based Services
Media/Publishing
Mining
Natural Resources
Petroleum
Pipeline
Planning/Economic Development
Public Safety/Emergency Management
Public Works
Real Estate
Retail/Commercial Business
Survey
Telecommunication
Transportation/Fleet Management
Water Resources
Water/Wastewater/Stormwater
And more…

ArcGIS StoryMaps, Mapping, & Apps Resources
http://go.augsburg.edu/arcgisoverview

ArcGIS StoryMaps, Mapping, & Apps Resources

Podcast Ep. 66: Pride, Pronouns, and Privilege: How Intersectionality Informs our Allyship Journey

submitted by gocmen@augsburg.edu

In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Jennifer Brown (Jennifer Brown Consulting), Sean Coleman (Destination Tomorrow), and Ray Arata (Better Man Conference) examine the complexities of marginalization, intersectionality, masculinity, and power, through the lens of allyship.

https://forumworkplaceinclusion.org/p66/

General Announcements

iPhone Users Needed for a Paid Psychology Study

submitted by ajayi@augsburg.edu

We are seeking iPhone users to participate in an online research study (IRB-#2020-08-02). We hope to better understand how people use their phones, are coping with the COVID-19 pandemic, and display individual differences in personality and well-being.

The study involves four 30-minute surveys to be completed over the course of a month, one survey a week. Participants will receive up to a $25 e-gift card for participating in this study.

If you would like to participate in the study, please complete this brief screening form:

https://bit.ly/iPhoneStudyiWell

Paid Participants Needed for Stress Study

submitted by hansonkk@augsburg.edu

Participants needed for a study investigating the effects of a short exercise session on perceived levels of stress. Estimated time commitment of two 60-minute sessions: session 1 will include completion of intake forms, surveys, and 30-40 min of exercise then session 2 will include completion of surveys and watching a short video. The second session will take place 1-2 weeks after the initial session. Compensation of $20 in Target gift cards will be provided upon completion of the second session. All sessions will be held via Zoom. No previous experience with exercise or access to equipment is needed for participation. To sign-up, please complete the following short google survey: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSczNgGyffxiuivbbeffX-0MLtV_SZ9gyemJ-y47W5eMjM0s8g/viewform?usp=sf_link

Questions can be directed to Kayla (URGO summer researcher) at hansonkk@augsburg.edu

Event Announcements

You are Invited to CRES Scholarship Presentations

submitted by greenj@augsburg.edu

Augsburg faculty, staff, and students are welcome to attend the Scholarship presentations of the finalists for the Critical Race and Ethnicity Studies (CRES) Black/Africana Studies faculty position.

The second candidate will be presenting on Thursday, June 24 starting at 2:15 pm.

If you are interested in attending the scholarship presentation on Thursday, please email Judi Green (greenj@augsburg.edu). You will then receive the calendar invitation with the Zoom link.

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