Public Safety and Facilities Announcements
- Facilities Management Notes For Return to Campus
- Indoor Mask Requirement Lifted; Campus Buildings Remain on Fob Access
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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 updates, visit the Facilities Management website.
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As previously announced, Augsburg’s campus-wide indoor mask requirement ended this weekend. If we experience an outbreak of cases on campus, we may temporarily reinstate the indoor mask policy until case rates subside.
As we transition through the summer, working to get as many people vaccinated as possible, there may still be some situations on campus where masks will be required given the particulars of the situation (e.g., large groups with off-campus participants). In those cases, the mask requirement will be communicated to participants in advance to make sure people come prepared to wear a mask.
Of course, any individual who chooses to continue to wear a mask indoors (or outdoors) on campus may continue to do so. The CDC does recommend that unvaccinated people wear masks, as they remain at risk for contracting COVID-19, including newer, more infectious variants.
At this time, campus buildings remain on fob access only for students, faculty, and staff.
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Faculty, staff, and students are invited to participate (via Zoom) our next CRES faculty candidate’s teaching and scholarship presentations. Today, we welcome Cassy Dame-Griff, finalist for the open position in Latine/x Studies. Cassy’s scholarship presentation will be held today, 6/28, at 1:00 pm, and her teaching demonstration will be held tomorrow, 6/29, at 10:30 am. If you would like to attend either virtual event, please send a message to Judi Green (firstname.lastname@example.org) and I will send you a Zoom link.
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Thank you for all who attended last week’s candidate presentations for the open CRES position in Black/Africana Studies. Your feedback is important to the search committee’s work! We invite you to use the form, linked below, to provide your feedback to last week’s candidates’ presentations.
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Have you ever though that a job in the library would be a good fit for you?
Here’s your chance to apply to the Public Services Assistant position, about 10 – 12 hours/week.
These student employees switch off working at both the street-level Circulation Desk and Research Help desk. Occasional Saturday shifts may be required.
Apply through the Student Jobs – Handshake link via InsideAugsburg.
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When: July 15, 2021 11:00 am – 12:00 pm CST
Presenter: Farzana Nayani, Farzana Nayani, Consulting and Training
Are you faced with how to engage with your employee resource group (ERG) members during these socially distanced modes of working and living? Do you find the challenges of current times are adding stress and burden to your ERG members and leaders?
This webinar shares key tips and strategies for fostering community, offering relevant programming, and building connections and support for your employee resource groups. We will expose attendees to straightforward processes that enable the engagement of members and leaders for maximum positive impact.
Participants will learn best practices from the field, engage in discussions and idea-sharing, and receive access to resources that can be utilized at their organization for immediate next steps in their own institution’s ERG strategy.
Address current challenges around socially distance work & polarized times
Participate in idea-sharing and learning best practices of how to create connections among ERGs
Gain access to resources that will support ERGs in the workplace
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Social Work Professor Emeritus Tony Bibus has been elected for a three-year term to represent members of the National Association of Social Workers (NASW) from Iowa, Illinois, and Minnesota as Region IX Director on NASW’s board beginning July 1, 2021.
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My colleague from Kipsu is seeking juniors, seniors, and graduate students for this opportunity. See below:
Who: Kipsu is a fast-paced and energetic tech startup located in the North Loop of Minneapolis that empowers service leaders to build deep, personal customer relationships by leveraging texting and other digital messaging channels.
When: Wed, July 14, 2021: You would be assigned to ONE of the following sessions. Approximate times:
1) 9:45am – 11:45am
2) 11:45am – 1:45pm
3) 2:00pm – 4:00pm
What: The Practice Interview Opportunity
Kipsu is conducting a Behavioral Interview Training for their team. On the second day, Wed., July 14, 5-6 students are needed to assist them in the practice interviews. Ideal candidates will be going into their senior year, or in a graduate program. We may be able to consider some juniors, so please apply if you are interested. Any course of study works.
Compensation: The day of the training, you will receive a $75 gift card.
There is no extensive preparation needed. You can have your resumé handy. Reflecting on various experiences from the past couple of years, personally and professionally will also help.
To Apply: Please submit your current resume to Bridget Fortin, firstname.lastname@example.org through end of day 7/7/21. Students will be reviewed on a rolling basis until the due date. If your resume is selected, a Kipsu representative will hold a brief phone or video call with you to screen you for the opportunity. Final decisions are targeted for no later than 7/10/21. If selected, we will prep you well for the experience, including the technology and how the interview will flow.