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In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Ha-Keem Abdel-Khaliq (Cargill) explores the need to consider the well-being of leaders and the demands placed on them when charged with driving diversity, equity, and inclusion within their organizations.
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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 the United 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.
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I write with the sad news that Sakeus “Ndangi” Mbango, the husband of CGEE’s Southern Africa Site Director, Albertina (Tina) Shifotoka, passed away on Saturday from complications related to COVID-19. He had been in the hospital and appeared to be improving, but his condition took a sharp turn at the end of the week.
Ndangi worked for the Namibian Ministry of Home Affairs and Immigration, where he rose to the rank of Control Officer for the Directorate of Refugee Administration. But more than anything else, he was a caring husband and father. He leaves behind Tina and their two children, Lusia and Soini, ages 8 and 13.
Tina is surrounded by family this week, and the love of her many Augsburg friends goes out to her.
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HR or Payroll Forms
Please submit any change forms you may have for your benefits to HR by noon Friday, July 9th to be processed on the July 16th pay date. This includes routine forms for HSA, retirement, direct deposit and tax withholding changes. Email firstname.lastname@example.org if you have questions or need assistance.
Please submit your timesheet by the end of the day Friday, July 9th so your supervisor has time to approve it by the Monday noon deadline.
Secure Link to Human Resources & Payroll
To protect your information, forms containing sensitive data such as bank accounts or social security numbers should not be emailed. For a secure delivery link go to https://augsburg.leapfile.net/ for submission.
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Augsburg’s Facilities and Custodial Department has immediate openings for six hard-working and motivated student employees to work 20-40 hours per week for July and August. Student workers will assist the on-campus custodial staff with preparation and cleaning of dorm rooms and other student spaces before Fall Semester.
Pay rate: $14.25 per hour. Click the link below to apply!
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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