Public Safety and Facilities Announcements
Teaching and Learning
Keeping Track of Auggies
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To kick off the new academic year IN PERSON, CTL is hosting several Back-to-School Days for Wednesday, August 24th and Thursday, August 25th (see “live” program below). The goal of the Back-to-School Days sessions is to primarily focus on “just-in-time” topics that can be immediately put to use in your upcoming Fall courses. All sessions are held in Hagfors (HC250 and HC263) and coffee and snacks will be provided!. Unless otherwise indicated, all sessions and workshops are open to and welcome all Augsburg faculty, staff, and administration.
If you have any questions or need accommodations for this event, please contact Events (firstname.lastname@example.org) or CTL (email@example.com). .
Please Note: Adjunct instructors who are covered by the CBA between Augsburg and SEIU, Local 284 are eligible to receive a stipend for attending Back-to-School Days sessions! Please go to the CTL website under “Grants and Travel Funds” for more information.
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The Study Abroad & Away and ISSS offices have moved!
We are now located in Science Hall 110 and 112, just around the corner from Student Financial Services. Come stop by to see our new space and learn more about off-campus opportunities as well as services for international students!
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Campus Ministry welcomes Hannah Sackett (she/her) as the new pastoral intern for the 2022-23 academic year. Hannah is originally from Becker, Minnesota and received an undergraduate degree in Vocal Music Education & Religion from Luther College in 2016. She is nearing the end of her MDiv studies at Luther Seminary, and now lives in Northeast Minneapolis. Since undergrad, Hannah has guided canoe trips at a camp in the BWCA, worked at Urban Ventures in south Minneapolis, been involved in local urban farms & food co-ops, and currently works as a birth doula. She also served as a Young Adult in Global Mission (YAGM) in Rwanda from 2017-2018. Hannah has grown up in the ELCA and is grateful for all of the incredible folks who have journeyed with her throughout discernment; because of their impact and support, she is particularly excited to similarly accompany and hold space for others on their own paths. Outside of internship, you might find her biking, backpacking, playing word games with her fiance, Brandon, or taking too many pictures of her cat, Judith. Hannah is thrilled to join the Augsburg Campus Ministry team!
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The office of Undergraduate Research and Graduate Opportunity (URGO) is hiring a full-time Health Professions Specialist to coordinate the prehealth program at Augsburg University.
The Health Professions Specialist will be charged with developing, supporting, and maintaining a high-quality prehealth program as well as advising prehealth students directly. This includes providing support and advice to current students, as well as alumni, who are considering a wide range of health professions and assisting them with finding vocational fit; assisting students with the health professional school application processes, providing information on entrance exams, fee waiver applications, accommodation requests, and interviews; collecting and disseminating information regarding health professions to students, faculty, and staff; collecting and maintaining data regarding students’ acceptances to health-related professional schools; coordinating campus health professions events; and developing relationships with health professions schools and programs to benefit applicants as well as alumni working in health professions to increase shadowing, mentoring and research opportunities for prehealth students.
– A Master’s degree in the liberal arts or sciences is required.
3 to 5 years of experience in healthcare, higher education, or career development coaching is required.
– Knowledge and interest in the writing process; ability to evaluate and coach students’ writing from diverse educational backgrounds and with varied skill sets.
– Knowledge of the health professions.
For a full job description and to apply for this position, please visit the Human Resources website (link below).
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Keo has been with Augsburg University since May 2021 in the department of Multicultural Life as the Program Coordinator. Her last day will be Friday, September 2.
We have appreciated all she has done to support MLife this past academic year and the relationships she has built across campus and with students. She will be surely missed and best wishes to her future opportunities.
If you would like to connect with her, contact her at firstname.lastname@example.org before Fri, September 2, 2022.
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Augsburg University Music announces two unique vocal ensemble opportunities open to the Augsburg community.
For students, faculty, and staff:
The Augsburg/Twin Cities Global Harmony Project is open to students, staff, faculty, and community members. Available to students for course credit, this choir assumes no music-reading ability. The core of the curriculum is shared with our community cohort, open to anyone in the greater Metro area within driving distance of a weekly, joint rehearsal. This choir receives direct instruction from culture-bearers sharing their vocal harmony traditions from many continents. Our artist-instructors, teaching via the oral method, have taught us in regional styles from Appalachia, Bosnia, Corsica, Cuba, the Republic of Georgia, Iran, Madagascar, Nigeria, Quebec, Siberia, South Africa, Sweden, Ukraine, and the traditional Black gospel churches of the United States.
For singers with a firm base in music-literacy skills, the Augsburg/Mirandola Chamber Collective course brings students into weekly side-by-side study, rehearsal, and performance collaboration with the professional chamber artists of The Mirandola Ensemble. Students enrolled in this ensemble will also perform the international repertoire at the core of the Augsburg/Twin Cities Global Harmony Project.
Placement hearings will be held August 31–September 2. For details, visit the Music Department website or send questions to Dr. Kristina Boerger: firstname.lastname@example.org
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All day undergraduate students are encouraged to pick up an Auggie Pass now available in the library, during their business hours. The Auggie Pass is an unlimited use transit pass funded through the Augsburg Day Student Government Green Fee.
More information can be found on the Auggie Pass web page and students are encouraged to contact Mike Fetting (firstname.lastname@example.org) if they have any questions, concerns or feedback on the Auggie Pass program.
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Augsburg Dining Services is hiring for several positions on campus. We are looking for baristas, food service workers, cashiers and a baker. Refer someone and after they’ve worked for a 90 day period, they receive $400 and you receive $150 in campus flex points.
Applicants can call Jeff Johnson @ 612-359-6475 or view the link below.
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Join Multicultural Life in our annual Welcome Social! We will be outside in Murphy Square on Wed, September 7th at 3PM-5PM. Come meet and greet MLife staff over free food. If you are not able to stay, grab food on the go to class!
Make sure to RSVP through Auggie Life with the link below.
Where: Murphy Square
When: Wed, September 7th
Time: 3:00 PM – 5:00 PM
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If you need any disability-related accommodations to fully participate in this event, please contact university events at firstname.lastname@example.org or 612-330-1104. Please allow for sufficient time to arrange the accommodation.