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My name is Ranen (he/him), a senior at Washington University. I am currently working my senior thesis about the intimate experiences of cis queer men of color. My research will contribute to a paper on the subject, which I’d be happy to share afterwards. I’m looking to conduct interviews with queer men of color in college ranging from 30 minutes to an hour.
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Augsburg Family Scholars is a new program to narrow the opportunity gap for students with foster care backgrounds starting in Fall 2022. The program builds on Minnesota’s Fostering Independence Higher Education Grant, a state financial aid program that covers tuition, room and board, textbooks, some supplies, and fees at participating institutions, including Augsburg.
Augsburg Family Scholars adds to this foundation by providing comprehensive support that reflects the unique strengths and challenges shared by students with foster care backgrounds. The program is designed to reduce students’ financial vulnerabilities, nurture their academic progress, and build community throughout their college journey. It is open to any new or returning undergraduate student with a foster care background, including from out of state.
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Kezia Burrows, Pan-Afrikan Student Services Program Manager joins the Department of Multicultural Life on Monday, July 25. They come to us with experience in management in healthcare and sales, programming at College of Saint Benedict, and most recently as Direct Care Program Supervisor at Sevita. Please stop by their office in Oyate Commons, Christenson Center Suite 2 next week.
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The Augsburg University STEM Programs Office is hiring a very part-time (8-12 hours per week) administrative assistant to support our work with several National Science Foundation (NSF) grants. This position is a great opportunity to be a valued member of a team supporting STEM students at Augsburg as well as at our partner community colleges. Work hours are flexible.
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