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For any students interested in participating in the next River Semester, there will be an informal advising session tomorrow, Mar. 8th from noon – 1:00 in the Cedar Room (upstairs in the Christensen Center, off the Dining Commons) and, for those that can’t make it in person, on Zoom. With registration for Fall 2022 coming up, this is a chance to plan ahead and take the courses that will prepare you for this program, and allow you to integrate the River Semester courses into your four-year plan. Feel free to bring your lunch, and email any questions you have to firstname.lastname@example.org
Optional Zoom link (for those that can’t be there in person)
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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 firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
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In this episode of The Forum Podcast, Wendy Vang-Roberts (Minnesota Alliance for Volunteer Advancement) and Yixiu Chen (State of Minnesota Department of Human Services) discuss the way unconscious biases show up in the form of microaggressions.
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Housed within the Master of Arts in Leadership program, graduate students are welcome to apply and register for ML577: Universal Responsibility and Leadership: A Central American Experience, a graduate Leadership course with an travel component in Costa Rica.
Dates of travel: July 9-19, 2022.
Deadline to apply is April 11, 2022.
Upcoming Info Sessions:
Monday, March 28, at 6:00 PM CT
Thursday, March 31, at 12:00 PM CT
Apply for ML577: Universal Responsibility and Leadership: A Central American Experience
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Do you love watching television and have ever wondered how the creators wrote their pilot for that hit TV show you love to watch? Or, are you a writer in a different medium and have always wanted to try your hand at writing for television?
Grow your writing skills this summer with the course PWC 320 “Writing for Television”. This intensive course will be modeled on a professional writer’s room and as such all students will be required to actively participate. Students will be expected to participate in the development and breaking of story while learning to pitch ideas, create outlines, and reading and providing feedback on your colleagues’ work. Each of these steps will be instrumental in aiding you with creating your own pilot!
WRITING FOR TELEVISION: Writing the Television Pilot, PWC 320
DATES: June 4 – July 30
(Please note that the course dates do not correspond to the Summer Semester Time 1 and Time 2 schedules. For drop/withdrawal dates, see the course description details in Records and Registration.)
INSTRUCTOR: Taught by Christina Ham, a highly awarded and prolific writer for both stage and screen, including Sweet Tooth for Netflix, THEM for Amazon, and Westworld for HBO. She was named one of “The Top 20 Most-Produced Playwrights of the 2018-19 Season” by American Theatre magazine.
COST: standard summer tuition rate for 4 credits: $1,704
Spots in this course are limited. Apply by May 2.
Get complete details and start an application online