Public Safety and Facilities Announcements
Teaching and Learning
Keeping Track of Auggies
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The Facilities Management Department has been on campus during the COVID shutdown working to keep Augsburg spaces safe and clean.
Realizing there could have been some things overlooked we are asking for your help as you return to your campus spaces. If you find anything needing repair or cleaning, please let us know by submitting a work order request. Thank you, and we look forward to everyone’s safe return this Fall.
For more Facilities updates you can visit our website listed below.
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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.
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The Center for Global Education and Experience (Study Abroad & Away) is operating remotely and we have appointments available via Zoom. Our staff and peer advisors are here to support you as you plan ahead for the future!
Semester and short-term programs in the US and internationally are available for fall semester and beyond. Short-term courses coming up this fall, as well as spring break/summer 2022 have destinations in the following locations: Chicago, New York City, the Netherlands, South Africa, Cuba, Greece, and Italy.
Our advisors are here to help every Auggie – whether you’re just getting started with Study Abroad & Away, or you already have a program chosen. Schedule an appointment here:
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As we work to return to normal operations for the ‘21-’22 academic year, it’s time to start thinking about parking permits. We will be moving back to requiring permits to park in Augsburg owned lots beginning on September 1, sales dates and prices are as follows:
August 2: Seniors/Staff/Faculty
August 3: Juniors
August 4: Sophomores
August 5: First Year Commuters
August 6: Underground Permits for Staff/Faculty
Permit Prices (Semester/Year)
Student Resident: $195/$390
Student Commuter: $179/$358
Adjunct Faculty or Part-Time Staff (below .5 FTE): $105/$210
Full-Time Faculty/Full-Time Staff*: $252/$504
Luther Underground (dedicated parking spot): $470/$1,400
OGC Underground (dedicated parking spot): $505/$1,515
Please send any questions regarding permits or parking on campus to firstname.lastname@example.org
*Staff with an approved remote work plans, filed with Human Resources, will receive a prorated charge for surface lot parking passes.
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Student Financial Services is seeking 2-3 student employees for Summer 2021. This is a great opportunity to hone your skills and gain new experiences. If you are interested, please complete the online application on Handshake or through the link provided.
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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:
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Apply now to take the fall semester Model United Nations course, POL 368. Members of this class will participate in the American Model United Nations from November 20-23, 2021, held in Chicago, IL.
In this course, you will gain in-depth understanding of the United Nations and international diplomacy through the process of preparation for attending the conference in November. Students research a country and set of issues for the committee on which they will serve.
The fall 2021 Augsburg delegation will be representing the countries of Guatemala, Namibia and Sweden. In addition, a focus of the class will also be the study of indigenous peoples and their connection to theUnited Nations, with emphasis on Canadian First Nations.
The conference provides experiential learning that enables you to develop a better understanding of the inner workings of the UN, and a forum to hone skills in diplomacy, negotiation, critical thinking, compromise, public speaking, writing, and research. This opportunity is a great chance to put your learning into practice!
We will accept applications until September 1, 2021 or until the program fills.
Prerequisite: students must complete thePOL 160 course before Fall 2021, or have relevant equivalent academic experience.
For more information, contact Professor Liz Klages, who will be teaching the course and leading the delegation to Chicago.