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Welcome KC Gubrud to the Office of Academic Affairs

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Please join the Office of Academic Affairs in welcoming KC Gubrud as the incoming Executive Assistant to the Provost. In addition to managing the daily operations of the Provost’s Office and serving as the primary support for the incoming provost, Paula O’Loughlin, KC will be the point of contact for full-time faculty searches and reviews, and the coordination of year-end events. KC’s first day will be Monday, June 6th. She and Judi Green will spend the week transitioning this work.

KC most recently served for eight years as Director of Operations, managing administration, human resources, finance and facility oversight, at Christ the King Lutheran Church in New Brighton, MN. Prior work experience includes both higher education and non-profit organizations where she served in administrator roles supporting senior executives in the Office of Seminary Relations at Luther Seminary and the Lutheran Coalition for Public Policy.

KC holds a B.A. in English from St. Olaf College and an M.A. in Public Administration from Hamline University. She resides in Minneapolis with her husband and two children. Her daughter is a senior at Augsburg – Go Auggies!

Staff and Faculty Share Your Experiences From Studying Abroad

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Are you a Staff/Faculty member who has studied abroad or away in the past? We want to hear from you!

The Study Abroad and Study Away office is looking to feature Staff and Faculty study abroad stories on our Instagram page with Throwback Thursday posts. These posts are to encourage Augsburg students to study abroad and away!

Check us out on Instagram: global_auggies

Questions? Email

Fill out the Google Form here!

Welcome Erika Hernandez and Gabby Allan to Multicultural Life

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Gabrielle (Gabby) Allan, American Indian Student Services Program Manager joins the Department of Multicultural Life today, Tuesday, May 31. She comes to us with experience as a Program Advisor from San Juan College, Farmington, NM, a Native American Center Program Coordinator from Fort Lewis College, Durango, CO and most recently from University of Minnesota- Morris, as Native American Student Success Associate Director.

Erika Hernández, Latinx Student Services Program Manager joins the Department of Multicultural Life today, Tuesday, May 31. She comes to us with experience as a Community Organizer and Youth Coordinator at East Lake Street Truth Collectives, Youth Program Coordinator at Centro Tyrone Guzman and recently from Minneapolis Public Schools as a Bilingual Educator.

Please stop by Oyate Commons, Christensen Center to welcome our colleagues on Tuesday, May 31 or email them at (Gabby) or (Erika)!

Roddenberry Fellowship: Bring Your Passion to the Next Level

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The Roddenberry Fellowship is a 12-month program that offers Fellows $50,000 to take an existing initiative (e.g. campaign, organization) to the next level and amplify its impact OR to launch a new initiative. Fellows can be of any age or level, but must be working on a project, organization, or initiative with direct impact in Civil Rights, Environmental Protection, Immigration and Refugee Rights, Health and Wellness, and/or LGBTQIA and Women’s Rights.

Apply Here

Event Announcements

Forum PDL – Purpose and Belonging: Two Key Ingredients for an Inclusive Culture

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Our deep-dive learning opportunity is returning this June.

Unlike traditional workshop sessions, Professional Development Labs (PDLs) are goal-oriented and include personal and professional action and accountability planning for next level leadership.

Join the Unity Lab team to learn how to activate purpose, belonging and inclusion on your teams, and effectively lead diverse teams. In this interactive session, you will understand how activating purpose and belonging in the workplace builds an inclusive and inspiring culture – full of authentic, high trust, diverse relationships across an organization. To create truly inclusive and diverse workplaces, we must first create opportunities for employees to activate their purpose and build empathy and trust with each other.

When: June 23, 2022 11:00 am – 4:00 pm CST
Where: Online/Virtual

Forum Webinar: Why the Workplace is the Perfect Place to Discuss the Undiscussables, Race and Racism

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When: June 16, 2022 11:00 am – 12:00 pm CT
Level: Intermediate
Presenters: Margaret Greenberg, The Business of Race, LLC  |  Gina Greenlee, The Business of Race, LLC
Cost: Free

Talking about race and racism at work historically has been taboo. However, we can’t solve what we don’t talk about. It’s time for a new approach.
For nearly 60 years, workplaces have focused on diversity specific to gender and many historically underrepresented groups. Much of that focus has been on education, training, and awareness building at the individual level. What organizations haven’t devoted equal attention to is RACIAL diversity and how to change the SYSTEM of work—business policies and practices—to create and sustain a racially diverse, inclusive, and equitable workplace.
While no single societal sector can disrupt the status quo on its own, innovative businesses and courageous leaders can lead the way. No matter your racial identity, no matter your role or level in your organization, you can do SOMETHING. We don’t profess to know what that “something” is for you but in this session, you will learn two actionable tools to uncover it.

Learning Outcomes
Explore racial diversity through both an asset and business lens
Create a business case for racial diversity that will engage your multiple stakeholder groups
Facilitate strategy sessions using the SOAR (strengths, opportunities, aspirations, + results) framework

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Join the Chartering and Commissioning Committees

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Hello, my name is Grayson Harris, and I am an incoming Second-Year Student. I am the Chair of the Chartering & Commissioning Committees for the 2022-23 academic year; I want to invite you to apply to one of these Committees (Chartering/Commissioning). These two respected committees are sponsored by the Augsburg Day Student Government.

Do you want to get involved on campus for this upcoming school year? If so, this is an excellent opportunity for you to be involved; by participating in one of these respected Committees as a student, you will learn how to collaborate with other members to get things accomplish; executing plans is key to completing our goals. Once you’re committed to being on the Committee, you are required to attend the weekly meetings when it’s necessary. This involvement is also an excellent way to enhance your resume. I hope you will consider applying for one of these respected Committee(s).

Chartering Committee is responsible for:
– Approve or Disapprove of the New Student Organization that wishes to be recognized by Augsburg University.
– Review all Chartered Day Student Organizations to assess if they have not met all the criteria for recognition by the Senate.

Commissioning Committee is responsible for:
– Assisting in the commissioning process for the Student Organizations.
– Review the Student Organization, recommend any necessary changes to the Augsburg Day Student Organizations, and Approve or Disapprove the application before submitting it to the Senate.

*This is a volunteer positions.

Please feel free to reach out with question or concerns to me (

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