Index

Public Safety and Facilities Announcements

Card Access Issues and LED Lighting Upgrades

submitted by abounass@augsburg.edu

Card access doors at the main entrance to the Kennedy Center and the dock entrance to Christensen Center have not been responding properly to the use of key fobs due to a hardware issue. The Department of Public Safety is working with our vendors to acquire and install new hardware to address these issues as soon as possible. Until the door hardware can be replaced, other arrangements will be in place to provide continued access to these areas.

LED lighting upgrades continue. Installers are currently working in the Lindell Library. For additional Facilities Management updates, follow the link provided.

https://sites.augsburg.edu/facilities/2022/02/14/

Teaching and Learning

Fulbright Info Session – Get Funded to Teach, Study, or Research Abroad

submitted by raym@augsburg.edu

Please join us for an interactive Group Presentation Session to learn about fully-funded opportunities for U.S. citizens to travel and pursue graduate or professional study, conduct research, or teach English in over 140 countries via Zoom at 1:00 on March 3rd. During the session, you will find out about the types of Fulbright awards, application components and tips, and get your questions answered. Following the program overview, attendees will enter a breakout room with their Fulbright Program Adviser, Dixie Shafer, to learn more about the application process.

If you have any questions or can’t attend the session, please contact urgo@augsburg.edu

Register Here

Transcultural Music Therapy Study Abroad in July – Apply Now

submitted by stoddard@augsburg.edu

Explore meanings and expressions of music, health, illness, and healing, transculturally in the context of South Africa. The focus of this course is on developing an understanding of individuals, families, groups and communities with diverse cultural backgrounds and the use of music in community and for healing within their culture.

MUSIC THERAPY IN SOUTH AFRICA
Travel July 10-20, 2022
Led by Professor Dr. Annie Heiderscheit

Course options :
•Undergrad: MUS 374 or 474: Music Therapy Practicum (1 credit),
• Graduate: MUS 511, or MUS 582, or MUS 511+582
• also fulfills Augsburg Experience requirement!

This program is designed for Music Therapy majors, but students in music, psychology, or other related fields are also welcome.

***APPLY BY MARCH 1***

The program has a capacity of 22 students and is filled on a rolling basis.

Have questions? Contact the Study Abroad & Away Office: abroad@augsburg.edu

Get more program details and start an application here

Need Augsburg Experience? Study Abroad/Away this Summer – Deadlines Soon

submitted by stoddard@augsburg.edu

Need Augsburg Experience? Short study abroad/away programs are a great way to do it!

In summer 2022, several short programs are on offer, each only 2-3 weeks of travel. You will earn credits AND complete your Augsburg Experience, a winning combo!

Spaces still available, so deadlines were extended for new applicants!

INNOVATION & DESIGN IN THE NETHERLANDS: PAST and PRESENT
• May 15-29, 2022
• 8 credits
• ART 133 or 333 – Digital Photography, ART 133 fulfills a Fine Arts requirement, and
• HIS 195 or 440 – Innovation in the Netherlands, HIS 195 fulfills a Humanities requirement
• Apply by February 22

COMMUNITY, ARTS, AND CULTURE IN PUERTO RICO
• May 9-27, 2022
• 4 credits
•THR 295, 4 credits – fulfills Fine Arts requirement
• Apply by March 18

ECONOMIC CRISIS, SMALL BUSINESS, AND ETHICS IN GREECE
• May 5-23, 2022
• 4 credits
• KEY 490 or ECO 495
• Apply by March 1

To learn more about these programs and start an application, visit the website below.

You’re also welcome to stop by the Study Abroad & Away Office in Oyate Commons, lower level of Christensen Center. Email us at abroad@augsburg.edu

Get program details and apply online on the Study Abroad & Away website

ED Talk February 16: “Less but Better: Challenging the Culture of Infinite Capacity in Higher Ed”

submitted by reederm@augsburg.edu

Loosely based on the book “Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less” by Greg McKeown, this talk will touch base on overcoming the obstacles faculty face as we are continually asked (or expect ourselves) to do more in our professional lives. The target audience for this ED talk is anybody — but especially faculty — who are currently working more than 40-45 hours/week and find this unsustainable.

Join Jennifer Bankers-Fulbright (Associate Professor of Biology) and Lyz Wendland (Assistant Professor of Art and Design) as they briefly share how they both, independently and using different strategies, created boundaries for themselves during Fall semester, worked 40-hour weeks, and applied McKeown’s lesson: “If you don’t prioritize your life, someone else will.”

CTL will offer ED Talks (based on the concept of TED Talks) before each faculty meeting from 3:10-3:30pm over Zoom (link provided below; Augsburg login required). This year’s theme is “The Future of the Professoriate at Augsburg”, and 2021-2022 Ed talks will be framed under this broad theme that speaks to our “new normal” and beyond.

https://augsburg.zoom.us/j/97823046409?pwd=RmRNTXpGOTQyQ1R0WDhHMGtBMnRFdz09

URGO Academic-Year Research Funds

submitted by pearsong@augsburg.edu

URGO now has funding for academic-year research grants for undergraduates who wish to gain research experience with an Augsburg faculty member. These grants require 80 hours of research by May 23.

Student-faculty research teams are encouraged to submit proposals immediately. The URGO Advisory Committee will begin reviewing proposals February 21st.

If you have any questions about undergraduate research opportunities, please contact Dixie Shafer at shafer@augsburg.edu or urgo@augsburg.edu.

On-Campus Research

Free Trip to Holocaust Museum – Due February 21

submitted by pearsong@augsburg.edu

The MINNE Holocaust Fellows program selects college students to participate in a fully-paid, one-day trip to the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington D.C. to acquire a more in-depth knowledge of the Holocaust. Fellows tour the permanent exhibits and featured exhibits, as well as meet with a museum representative. Awards come through the MINNE Fund of the Minneapolis Jewish Federation, who has chosen Augsburg to be one of the select universities to participate in the program.

The 2022 trip will take place on April 5, 2022. Applications are due on February 21, 2022 and can be found at https://jewishminneapolis.org/minne/. If you would like to learn more about the program or would like advising on the application, please contact the URGO office at urgo@augsburg.edu.

Eligibility:
• U.S. Citizen
• Full-time student
• Sophomore or junior planning to graduate no earlier than Spring 2023
• 3.0 GPA or higher
• Proof of COVID vaccinations

MINNE Holocaust Fellows

Forum Podcast ep 87, The Theory of Racelessness

submitted by gocmen@augsburg.edu

In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Dr. Sheena Mason (Theory of Racelessness) returns for another timely deep dive into the Theory of Racelessness, which reflects two philosophical positions on “race” that are uncommonly taught & commonly misunderstood: skepticism—the belief that race does not exist in nature—& eliminativism—the position that the concept of race, whatever it is, should be eradicated from human society.

https://forumworkplaceinclusion.org/p87/

Last chance – Register for the Final “Integrated Course Design” Intro workshop on Tuesday, Feb 15

submitted by reederm@augsburg.edu

WHO: Open to any teaching faculty or staff at Augsburg

(note: adjuncts can apply on the CTL website to receive a stipend for participation)

WHAT: A 90-minute workshop (led by Drs. Tara Mader (HPE) and Jennifer Bankers-Fulbright (BIO), the 2022-2023 coordinators of the ICD grants and workshops) that will (1) introduce you to the key components of integrated course design* (ICD), (2) work with you to plan an immediate, practical improvement you can make to a course, and (3) give you “preferred status” if you apply for a 2022-2023 ICD grant (open to full-time faculty, only).

This workshop is also designated as an equity and/or inclusion-based event that counts toward your Good or Advanced standing in the Diversity and Inclusion Certificate Program!

WHERE: Over Zoom (link provided upon registration; due to the workshop nature of these sessions they will not be recorded))

WHEN: Register for any 1 of four times and dates!

February 3 (Thursday): 2-3:30pm

February 7 (Monday) 3:15-4:45pm

February 8 (Tuesday) 9:45-11:15am

February 15 (Tuesday) 3:45-5:15pm

Any questions? Need accommodations? Contact ctl@augsburg.edu.

https://forms.gle/iRbYHFKohEDDDD8C9

General Announcements

Reminder: Job and Internship Fair is Next Week – Registration Required

submitted by tilton@augsburg.edu

Students – Are you looking to network with employers? Are you looking for an internship or full-time job after graduation? If yes, consider attending the in-person MN Private Colleges’ Job & Internship next week on Thursday, February 24th at the Minneapolis Convention Center.

FREE to all sophomores, juniors, seniors
FREE shuttle running between Augsburg and the Minneapolis Convention Center
FREE Padfolio to keep you organized at the fair

Virtual Fair- Tuesday, March 1st – Registration Open Up on the February 15th.

Register and learn more!

Augsburg Announces the American Indian Recognition Full Tuition Program

submitted by farrisr@augsburg.edu

Starting this fall, Augsburg will launch the American Indian Recognition Full Tuition Program to support and promote the importance of American Indian students on campus. The program defines “American Indian” as an enrolled member of any federally recognized American Indian tribe, Alaskan Native Village, or Canadian First Nation, or a direct descendent (child or grandchild) of an enrolled or tribally verified member. A student does not need to be a Minnesota resident or establish residence on trust land to participate.

All program applicants must fill out the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) annually. For eligible students with family incomes under $125,000, the program will cover all remaining tuition and fees after state and federal financial aid (such as a Pell Grant) have been applied. The program will cover 100% of tuition and fees above the estimated family contribution determined by the FAFSA for eligible students with family incomes above $125,000.

As of fall 2022, the program will be open to currently enrolled or newly admitted first year students, transfer students, and participants in any of Augsburg’s undergraduate adult degree completion programs. It is renewable for up to eight full-time fall and spring terms for traditional undergraduate students, or until degree requirements are completed for adult degree completion students. To be eligible, students must demonstrate a commitment, grounded in lived experience, to recognizing the importance and diversity of American Indians in higher education.

The deadline to apply is May 1 for fall enrollment and December 1 for spring enrollment.

Learn more about the American Indian Recognition Full Tuition Program

URGO Summer Research – Phase 1 Applications Due Wednesday

submitted by pearsong@augsburg.edu

Are you looking for a paid summer research or creative activity opportunity here on campus? URGO applications for 2022 summer research are now available on the URGO website at http://www.augsburg.edu/urgo/research/on-campus-research/ All fields of study welcome!

We have multiple summer opportunities available for students.

URGO SUMMER RESEARCH PROGRAM
The URGO Summer Research Program is an 11-week, on-campus program (May 12th – July 27th) where students are funded to conduct research with a faculty mentor. Students receive support throughout the research process from their faculty mentor, a Speaker Series, and weekly seminars with fellow researchers. URGO provides full-time summer researchers (400 hours) with a $6,000 stipend and housing discount while half-time researchers (200 hours) receive a $3,000 stipend and a housing discount.

URGO SUMMER RESEARCH ASSISTANTSHIPS
URGO also provides funding for students to work for a professor as a research assistant on an ongoing research project. This is a 100-hour commitment over the course of the summer and comes with a $1,500 stipend. This is an excellent opportunity to try out research for the first time or focus on a specific aspect of a research project.

Phase 1 of the applications are due February 16th at 11:59 PM, so start talking with your faculty members to learn about what research is going on in your department!

If you have questions, email urgo@augsburg.edu

Summer Research Info Packet

Present Your Research at Zyzzogeton – Register by March 1

submitted by pearsong@augsburg.edu

Augsburg’s annual Zyzzogeton Research Symposium showcases the work of over 80 undergraduate researchers in all academic disciplines and will take place on Tuesday, April 12, 2022. Students who have conducted research over the course of the last year and would like to present a poster should register at the URGO website (www.augsburg.edu/urgo) by March 1 (a mentor-approved abstract is required to register). Students planning to present at Zyzzogeton are encouraged to attend the Postermaking Workshop on Tuesday, February 15, 6:30 – 8:00pm. Please RSVP when you register.

For questions about registration or the event, please contact crombie@augsburg.edu

URGO Website – Zyzzogeton

Get Paid to Do Summer Research Off-Campus

submitted by pearsong@augsburg.edu

Get paid to conduct STEM research (a few social science options) with some of the nation’s top academics at universities, labs, or institutes through a summer research program. Such programs are a great way to enhance your education, meet new people, and explore a new city!

Visit URGO’s website using the link below to begin searching for opportunities. The deadline for many programs is in January through February 2022.

Contact URGO at urgo@augsburg.edu to make an individual appointment if you need help finding opportunities or crafting your applications.

Off-Campus Research Lists and Databases

Apply For URGO Student Conference Travel Funding

submitted by pearsong@augsburg.edu

URGO has a limited amount of funds this year to support students presenting their research at conferences.

URGO offers up to $850 in travel funding for Augsburg undergraduates who have been accepted to present research at a professional conference. These funds can mitigate the high costs of travel such as airfare and lodging, and can contribute to students’ professionalization.

The application is available at the URGO website (www.augsburg.edu/urgo) at the “conference travel” page. Grants are awarded on a rolling basis, so students are encouraged to work with their research mentor to submit a travel application as soon as possible after receiving acceptance to a conference. The URGO Advisory Committee meets bi-monthly to make decisions on applications.

If you have any questions about undergraduate conference travel opportunities, please contact Dixie Shafer at shafer@augsburg.edu or x1447

Student Travel Grant Application

Free COVID-19 Testing on Campus Starts TOMORROW

submitted by farrisr@augsburg.edu

Starting Wednesday, February 16, students, faculty, and staff can take advantage of free COVID-19 testing on campus as part of a new program through the state of Minnesota. Tests will be provided on a walk-in basis in Gundale Chapel.

Results from the BinaxNOW rapid antigen tests will be ready in approximately 15 minutes and can be displayed via the NAVICA mobile app to show proof of recent testing. Learn more about the NAVICA app, including how to set up your account: https://www.globalpointofcare.abbott/en/product-details/navica.html

Location:
Gundale Chapel, third floor of Hagfors Center

Schedule this week:
Wednesday, February 16, 5:00–7:00 p.m.
Friday, February 18, 5:00–7:00 p.m.

Schedule through April 30:
Mondays, 5:00–7:00 p.m.
Wednesdays, 5:00–7:00 p.m.
Fridays, 5:00–7:00 p.m.

Please note that this planned schedule may be subject to change based on demand for tests. As a reminder, Hagfors Center requires key fob access.

For more COVID-19 updates and resources, including information about additional nearby testing locations, visit the Outbreak Planning website: https://sites.augsburg.edu/outbreak-planning/

Contact helpline@augsburg.edu with any questions.

Posted

Love Learning Again? Use TutorMe

submitted by trancc@augsburg.edu

Students – don’t forget about TutorMe! It is available to Augsburg students 24/7 and offers tutoring in over 300 subjects from qualified tutors. Students are able to use 3 hours a week; 3 one hour sessions or 6 thirty-minute sessions. You can access TutorMe through any of your Moodle classes. At the top left of your screen there is an orange tab to see the side panel of resources. As you scroll down, you will see the “Augsburg Tools” section and underneath is the link to TutorMe. For more information on other tutoring and academic skills options, please click “Tutoring & Academic Skills Information”.

Academic Skills & Tutoring Information

Augsburg Leadership Awards and Augsburg Senior Leadership Society Nominations Open

submitted by abdiaa7@augsburg.edu

The Augsburg Leadership Awards are given at the end of every spring semester to outstanding student leaders and student organizations. Members of the Augsburg Senior Leadership Society are inducted, graduating Act Six scholars are honored, and recent graduates of the Emerging Leaders Program are celebrated and recognized. A link to further description on awards can be found here.
https://www.augsburg.edu/campuslife/recognition/augsburg-leadership-awards/

The Augsburg Senior Leadership Society recognizes graduating seniors for their leadership contributions over the course of their tenure at Augsburg University. A link to the criteria can be found here.
https://www.augsburg.edu/campuslife/recognition/augsburg-senior-leadership-society/

Nominations for both can be found in Auggie Life and will be open from this Thursday, February 10th to March 10th. The induction ceremony will take place April 3rd, in Hoversten Chapel.

Age 60+? Complete this Survey for a Prize Drawing and Charitable Donation

submitted by raym@augsburg.edu

Augsburg community members aged 60+ are invited to participate in a short online survey on their interactions with those in other age groups. One lucky winner will win a $100 Target gift card, and for each completed survey that we receive we will donate $1 to the American Red Cross. The survey takes less than 10 minutes to complete, and helps advance student and faculty research in the Psychology Department. For more information, contact the lead investigator at denkinge@augsburg.edu, or visit the link below for additional details and contact info.

Click here to access the survey

Community Racial Trauma: We See You, We Grieve With You, We Are Here

submitted by eolson@augsburg.edu

As our community, especially black and brown students, feel the impact of of the murder of Amir Locke, The Center for Wellness and Counseling wants you to know that we see you, we grieve with you, and we are here for you.

Weekly Walk-In Hours (no appointment needed):
Monday 10:00-12:00
Wednesday 1:00-3:00
Thursday 1:00-3:00

Or to schedule an appointment, email cwc@augsburg.edu.

Event Announcements

Focused Conversation on the Center for Adults & Continuing Education

Join Monica Devers, dean of graduate and professional studies, and Jeremy Updike, executive director of our new Center for Adult and Continuing Education, for a Focused Conversation on the new center, which is a key priority for achieving net tuition revenue growth that came out of the Grow Sustainably Task Force.
Focused Conversation on the Center for Adults & Continuing Education
Thursday, February 24
1 p.m.
Marshall Room and Zoom
To view the Focused Conversation schedule and access the live-stream link when available, visit the All Hands page (log in required).

Gold Silver or Bronze — Visit the Study Abroad Fair TOMORROW for your Chance to Win

submitted by stoddard@augsburg.edu

Come learn about off-campus study programs available to Auggies, both abroad and in the USA. Programs range from a few weeks, to a semester, to a year, and there are opportunities that can work for every Auggie.

STUDY ABROAD & AWAY FAIR
Wednesday, February 16
10am – 2pm
Christensen Center lobby

Pick up brochures, ask questions, and get inspired!

Attend the Fair to Enter the Prize Drawing for a Visa Gift Card
Gold – $75
Silver – $50
Bronze – $25

If you follow us on Instagram, there’s a special prize for you!
@global_auggies

Learn more about Study Abroad and Away

Gilman Study Abroad Scholarship Workshops: Feb 22 – Big $$$ for Study Abroad

submitted by stoddard@augsburg.edu

The Gilman Scholarship is a study abroad scholarship of up to several thousand dollars! It’s a competitive scholarship, but Auggies have a good track record of being awarded. Come to the Gilman Scholarship info sessions/workshop to learn more about study abroad, the scholarship, and tips for submitting a competitive application.

GILMAN SCHOLARSHIP INFO SESSION

Tuesday, February 22 at 3:30-4:30 pm in OGC 100

To be eligible for the Gilman Scholarship, a student must be a U.S. citizen, and receive a Federal Pell Grant during the time of application or during the term of the study abroad program or internship.

Gilman Scholarship applications are ***due March 1*** for study abroad programs in: Summer 2022, Fall 2022, Academic Year 2022-2023, and Spring 2023.

Have questions? Get in touch: abroad@augsburg.edu

Gilman Scholarship information and application

Annual Required Augsburg University Anti-Racism Training

submitted by lohmannm@augsburg.edu

During the June 9, 2020, town hall for faculty and staff, President Pribbenow announced seven new equity initiatives born out of response to the murder of George Floyd and Augsburg’s renewed commitment to accelerate and expand upon our university’s efforts to promote equity and inclusion during a national moment of racial and social justice reawakening. One of these initiatives was the requirement of Augsburg faculty and staff to complete an annual anti-racism training.

Please note that there are two remaining opportunities for faculty and staff to attend this training and fulfill this requirement. The spring training opportunity will take place on Thu, Feb 17 at 3:30-7:00 p.m. via Zoom and the make-up May training opportunity will take place on Thu, May 12 at 2:30-6:00 p.m. via Zoom.

To register for one of these trainings, please click the following link:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSfQq-QWdlazJEGUGlY2Z5SBzz9cKqnLj-OUfoEDT8j1kvE-hw/viewform

Equity and Social Justice Training Opportunities

submitted by lohmannm@augsburg.edu

As part of the 2021-2022 Institution-wide DEI Plan, two equity and social justice-based trainings are being offered this spring semester by Joanne Reeck, Vice President for Equity and Inclusion. These trainings will feature education-based case studies on poverty and socioeconomic status and will take place on Wed, Mar 9 @ 3-4:30 p.m. and Tue, Apr 5 @ 3-4:30 p.m.

To sign-up, click below:

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSf390OgBvzKex6KLOF4BMISJ3kkDx8OOJy5Ri9u5xXfbaRxyg/viewform

Please note that these workshops also count toward maintaining good standing and good advanced standing in the Augsburg University Diversity and Inclusion Certificate Program. For more information, contact the Equity and Inclusion Initiatives Department at inclusion@augsburg.edu or 612-330-1126.

Registration Open – 2022 Forum on Workplace Inclusion Annual Conference – Solving for X

submitted by gocmen@augsburg.edu

The 2022 Forum on Workplace Inclusion conference will be a three-day virtual experience. Augsburg faculty and staff are eligible to receive a 70% discount off the registration fee!

Addressing complex challenges can be daunting, especially when the foundations of our structures are shifting. As we look to a future of continuous and unforeseeable change, what must we do to tackle systemic inequities deeply embedded in our everyday environments and unharness inclusive, equitable, and sustainable ways of working?

Session with a Specific Focus on Higher Education

Fostering Belonging: How to Avoid Tokenism, Woke-Washing, and Homophily on Your Campus
Presenters: Nik Anderson, Capella University | Kimberly Boulden, D’Youville College

A Blueprint for Making Immediate Changes in Response to Social Needs
Presenters: Crystal Moore, Strategic Education, Inc. | Jacqueline Palmer, Strayer University

A Trio of Higher Education Initiatives: Cultural Competence, Inclusive Leadership and Anti-Racism
Presenters: Chevalier (Chevy) Cleaves, MIT Lincoln Laboratory| Jeffrey Cookson, Language & Culture Worldwide | TiShaunda McPherson, Northwestern University Office of Equity | Angela Pace-Moody, University of Chicago Bucksbaum Institute for Clinical Excellence

Join us at the 34th annual conference as we come together to Solve for X.

https://forumworkplaceinclusion.org/augsburg-faculty-staff-registration/

Assessment Day Events for Tuesday, Feb 11 – 1 p.m.

submitted by denkinge@augsburg.edu

Assessment Day 2022 is scheduled for Tuesday, February 22nd from 11am – 1pm. We will be on a convocation schedule for these constructive faculty workshops and to allow time for departments to engage with students for learning assessment activities. Mark your calendars and rally your department for the two following workshop sessions!

11am – 12pm: Advancing Departmental Assessment Practice
Join us to learn more about the ongoing evolution and improvement in departmental assessment activities. We will talk about concrete steps that you can consider with your department to take your assessment work to the next level, with a particular focus on using assessment methods to answer meaningful questions about high-quality teaching practice in courses and your curriculum. Departments are encouraged to attend as a group, where they can work in their own breakout Zoom space. Based on your needs, we will provide opportunities for departments to discuss their assessment goals with on demand support from assessment committee members.

12pm – 1pm: AugSem Course Design and Community Engagement Project
Join Lyz Wendland, the Director of First Year Experience Program, and Ben Denkinger, Director of Assessment, for an opportunity to hear about the results of the fall 2021 AugSem assessment project. We collected data on AugSem course design, common visits from student support groups, and directly assessed first-year students’ thinking on the Community Engagement Learning Outcome. AugSem instructors and those with an interest and background in fostering community and civic engagement opportunities are encouraged to attend.

Click here to RSVP for Assesment Day sessions

Keeping Track of Auggies

No Postings

Classifieds

Girl Scout Cookies are Almost Here

submitted by hansonjl@augsburg.edu

My daughter Eleanor is taking pre-orders for Girl Scout cookies! Delivery and in-person sales begin Saturday.

You can order now online using her cookie link. Shipping is available using the “Direct Ship” option or this year you can check “Girl Delivery” for pick-up on campus (just use Augsburg for delivery address).

From Eleanor:
“Hi! My name is Eleanor and I am in Brownies. I am selling cookies again. There is a new cookie named Adventurefuls. It is brownie, caramel, and sea salt. Thin Mints and Caramel deLites are best sellers. My favorite ones are Peanut Butter Patties, Thin Mints, and Caramel deLites. I haven’t tried the new ones yet. If you want to buy some cookies, they are $5 a box or 4 boxes for $20.

I get to do fun things with my Troop.  We went to a museum, made cards for elders, went for a nature hike, and learned about first aid.  We want to go camping and do robotics. Thank you. Good-bye.”

P.S. Eleanor will be on campus selling cookies on Monday 2/21 in Oren Gateway Center 11am-2pm and again on Friday 3/11 in Christensen Center 11am-2pm.

Buy Girl Scout Cookies online from Eleanor