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Full-Time Faculty: Get Your Pedagogy on in May

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CTL is pleased to again offer our two annual, pedagogy-focused workshops this May! Both of these workshops require a short application and are limited to 8 participants each. Participation in each workshop also comes with a small stipend to support summer work focused on incorporating an aspect of the concepts into one of their courses.

The Integrated Course Design (ICD) Workshop is a 4-day (9am-noon each day) workshop offered to encourage faculty to develop their knowledge and skills in evidence-based engaging course design to create significant learning experiences for their students. It will take place May 17-18 and May 24-25, 2023 on campus.

The Anti-Racist Pedagogy (ARP) Workshop is a 2-day (9am-noon each day) workshop designed to build on Augsburg faculty’s critical self-reflection of their own social position (e.g via the Diversity and Inclusion Certificate Program and anti-racist training) by providing evidence-based, anti-racist methods for designing and teaching courses in any discipline. It will take place May 4-5, 2023 on campus.

To find out more information about each of these workshops and to apply, please see the CTL Annual Grants & Awards Webpage (link below). Applications for both Workshops are due March 3rd by midnight. If you have any questions or problems accessing the applications, please contact CTL (

CTL Annual Grants & Awards Webpage

Faculty: Register for Augsburg’s Jessica Nathanson Scholarly Writing Retreat (May 2023)

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Full-time faculty: Do you wish you had uninterrupted time to write/work on scholarship? If so, you will want to take advantage of the annual Jessica Nathanson Scholarly Writing Retreat at the Dunrovin Retreat Center. Jess established a tradition of allowing faculty time away from campus to focus entirely on scholarship. There is no schedule for this retreat – it is simply time and space to work on scholarship. There is no cost to you for this retreat — The Center for Teaching and Learning will cover room and board (and WiFi). We ask that you commit to being present on all three days of the event. Our time begins at 5:00 pm on Sunday May 14th and ends at 3:00 pm on Tuesday May 16th. Space is limited to 18 full-time faculty members; if we receive more than 18 registrations, the additional registrants will automatically be placed on a waiting list in order of registration.

To find out more about the Jessica Nathanson Scholarly Writing Retreat and to complete a registration form, click the link below. If you have any other questions, please contact CTL at

Jessica Nathanson Scholarly Writing Retreat Information and Registration

Annual Distinguished Contribution Faculty Award Nominations Open Through March 17

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Each year, Augsburg University recognizes up to four faculty members for excellence in one of three categories: teaching, scholarship, and service. Candidates for these Distinguished Contribution awards must be nominated by a member of the Augsburg community – faculty, students, staff, or leadership. Thus, we are counting on all of you to ensure we know of the faculty who deserve this recognition!

New this year: the nomination process has been changed to require less up-front time for the nominator with the goal of substantially increasing the numbers of initial nominations.

All full-time faculty who have taught at Augsburg for the last 3 years are eligible to be nominated for all three categories (Teaching, Service, and Scholarship). Adjunct faculty who have taught at Augsburg for the last 3 years are eligible to be nominated for the Teaching category.

More information as well as the full nomination process and all nomination forms can be found at the CTL Annual Awards webpage (linked below). If you have any further questions or have problems accessing this information, please contact CTL at

CTL Annual Awards webpage

Find Out “How Faculty Meetings Work” at Augsburg Tuesday, March 7, 3:45-4:45pm (Zoom)

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Can anybody ask a question? Why do we use Robert’s Rules of Order (aka parliamentary procedure)? Do I know enough to vote on something? How can I suggest a topic? Is it “safe” for me to state an unpopular opinion? Why should I even go to Faculty Meetings? Are they important?

Many who are new to Augsburg have a LOT of questions about the purpose and organization of our faculty meetings, and many who are not new to Augsburg are still trying to figure it out! Please join Andy Aoki (Faculty Senate President) and Bob Groven (Parliamentarian) for a Zoom seminar focused on “How Do Faculty Meetings Work?”. Although geared toward newer members of the faculty, the session is open to all who are interested

Part of the New Faculty Seminar Series

As always, if you have any questions or need accommodations for this session, please contact CTL at

Zoom Link for “How Do Faculty Meetings Work?” (Tuesday, March 7, 3:45-4:45pm)

Did You Know Faculty Can be Fulbright Scholars? Find Out More on Monday, March 6, 12:30-1:30pm

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Join our new Fulbright Scholar Liaisons, John Zobitz and George Dierberger, in a Zoom introduction to the Fulbright Scholar Program, a faculty-focused Fulbright program which has just posted the programs available for 2024-2025. John and George will provide a brief overview of their own experiences as well as guidance on choosing a program, the application process, timelines, and other “inside-information” about how the programs work.

If you have any questions or need accommodations for this session, please contact CTL at

Zoom Link for Fulbright Scholar Seminar (Mon March 6, 12:30-1:30pm)

Join CTL and CWC for a Zoom Session on Faculty Well-Being; Wednesday, March 8 3:30-4:30pm

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Teaching faculty and staff are consistently called to support and care for their students, sometimes in complex and challenging situations. In order to fulfill this role, teaching faculty and staff must also have tools, environments, and strategies that promote care and balance for themselves. This session, hosted by CTL, the Health and Well-Being Task Force, and CWC, will focus on helping teaching faculty and staff consider strategies and perspectives that can improve their own sense of professional and personal well-being.

Zoom Link for Session (Wed March 8th, 3:30-4:30pm)

Spanish Classes in Mexico This Summer

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Ready to learn or improve your Spanish skills? Take a class with Augsburg in Mexico this summer and complete Augsburg Experience, too!

Classes are available at all levels, at various times, and specialized courses for pre-med or ministry are available.

Apply by April 1


– various dates throughout summer

– 4-12 credits

– SPA – Spanish courses at all levels beginning to advanced, can fulfill Language requirements

– independent study or internship also possible


– June 8 – July 31

– 8 credits

– SPA 218: Spanish for Healthcare professionals

– INS/SPA 399: Observership


– June 8 – July 24

– 8 credits

– SPA 111 Beginning Spanish I

– SPA 116 Beginning Spanish for Ministry

– Upper-level courses available, if needed

To learn more about these programs and start an application, get in touch:

Visit the link, below

Email us at

Stop by our office: Science Hall 110

Get more information about summer in Mexico

Provost’s Internationalization Travel Grant Proposals Due March 15

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Two travel grants of up to $2,500 are awarded annually to full-time faculty interested in pursuing teaching, research, curriculum development /integration, or other scholarly collaboration with a global site run by Augsburg CGEE or with an existing international partner institution. Applications are due on Wednesday, March 15.

Find details and the application form in the link below.

Internationalization Grants Webpage

General Announcements

Support Girls and Gender Expansive Youth in Financial Literacy Leadership Debates

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Are you a woman or gender expansive person employed or studying in the field of finance?

The Minnesota Urban Debate League, a program of Augsburg University, serves middle and high school students in the Twin Cities. We are looking for leaders to join us as volunteer debate judges for our Financial Literacy Leadership Debates program.

In this program, girls and gender expansive youth learn about core financial literacy subjects through the fun, engaging, and competitive vehicle of debate. The topic this year involves the advantages and disadvantages of banking at a large national bank versus a local credit union.

No debate experience is needed – we will train you. Attend our luncheon at Augsburg University in late spring and share your story! Please sign up here for more information (dates TBA):

Calling Public Speakers, Aspiring Voice Actors – Build Your Portfolio and Help Twin Cities

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The Minnesota Urban Debate League is a program of Augsburg University. We provide academic competitive debate programming to more than 1,200 Twin Cities students. We’re seeking remote volunteers for the 2023 Spring Semester!

We know that one of the reasons debate helps students improve their literacy is that students are engaging with all four foundational skills: listening, speaking, reading, and writing. Because many of the students we work with are English language learners, one of the most powerful tools we have to help rookie debaters learn is auditory supplements to our written packets. With these recordings, students at all skill levels will be able to follow along with the text as they read, learn evidence while doing other tasks like doing chores or riding the bus, and rapidly improve their literacy and information retention.

How You Can Help

We are seeking volunteers to record our evidence packets at a conversational pace (120 words per minute). Help us record evidence for the following programs:

• East African Debate: Record nonfiction evidence about a topic central to the East African Debate community in the Twin Cities (TBD), written in English. Recordings needed by March 20th.
• Financial Literacy Leadership Debates: Record nonfiction evidence regarding the advantages and disadvantages of banking at a large national institution versus a small, local credit union. Recordings needed by April 10th.

Volunteers need to be able to speak slowly, clearly, and with energy. No special recording equipment is required, although we do ask that you record in a quiet space with minimal distractions. We can edit your audio for you.

Interested? Please contact Rebecca at to let us know, and/or fill out this form:

Participants Needed for Paid Psychology Skill-Building Study (Earn Up to $35)

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This research study (IRB #: 2022-32-03) is designed to compare two different skill-building training programs that may help college students develop adjustment-related skills. You are eligible to participate if you are a current Augsburg undergraduate student.

If you decide to participate, you will be asked to come to our Augsburg Psychology research laboratory for 4 sessions over the course of one month. The sessions include an initial orientation meeting and three sessions focused on one of two skills-building programs (you will be randomly assigned to one of the two–like a flip of a coin). Both programs involve mini-informational videos as well as experiential activities for you to complete. We will also have you complete a few personality measures. You will be assigned a peer coach who will work with you as progress through the study and guide you through the study components. Each of the sessions will last approximately 30 to 45 minutes. Finally, we will check in one last time 3-months after the study is over for a brief online survey.

Participants will receive up to $35 for their participation. $5 for each of the first three sessions, and $10 for both the fourth session and the 3 month follow-up. Alternatively, Augsburg University Psychology students will receive up to $25 and 4 research credits.

To participate, please complete this participant inquiry form:

The researchers conducting this study are part of the Identity and Well-being Research Lab at Augsburg University ( or 612-656-6560), directed by Dr. Alex Ajayi, Assistant Professor of Psychology (E-mail:, Phone: 612-330-1146). If you have questions or concerns, you may contact us via the emails and phone numbers specified above.

Please consider forwarding this to other individuals who may meet the criteria for participation. Thank you for your consideration!

Support East Phillips and Little Earth in Their Fight to Defend the Depot

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In The South Minneapolis neighborhood of East Phillips, on Dakota territory, there is a building known as the “Roof Depot.” Community members, and especially those living at the Little Earth housing complex, want to turn it into a community center and indoor farm, with rooftop solar. The city of Minneapolis wants to demolish it, to build a highly polluting truck yard and diesel fueling station.

A court has issued a 2-week injunction (temporary restraining order) against the demolition, which was scheduled to begin on February 28th. While the fight is far from over, this is a major win, which would not have been possible without all the incredible organizing and leadership shown by the East Phillips and Little Earth communities, in solidarity with communities far beyond. One of the conditions of the injunction is that EPNI (East Phillips Neighborhood Institute) must pay a $10,000 bond. You can donate here:

MORE DONATION OPTIONS! We are trying especially to raise some good funds for…
* (Little Earth’s Youth Athletics program)
* (Little Earth’s Coffee Hour program – specify in the comment area, “For Coffee Hour program!”)

To learn more, visit their website and follow them on Instagram @defendthedepot for updates!

Dinner and Discussion: Frantz Fanon

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In light of Dr. Kwame-Ross’ discussion of Frantz Fanon at the MLK Convocation, we will gather to discuss a short article and podcast that look at the life and work of Frantz Fanon and learn about his influence on contemporary social justice movements. We’ll discuss the intersections of racism and colonialism, explore their expression in everyday lived experience today, and challenge our conceptions of what anti-racist work looks like–on and off campus. Dr. Kwame-Ross will help guide us in this discussion.

The event will be on Wednesday, March 22nd from 5:30-7:00 pm.

We’ll be serving dinner from Tamu. Please fill out the following link to express interest, we will limit participation to 25 people:



New Staff Positions This Week (2)

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The following Augsburg Staff positions were posted within the past 7 days:

02/28/2023: Senior Creative Graphic Designer
02/27/2023: 3rd Shift Custodian

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Campus Cupboard Survey

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We have put out a survey that will help Campus Kitchen improve Campus Cupboard by helping us determine how to better meet your food needs. If you use the Campus Cupboard please fill out this short survey before March 13th and in return, you will be put in a drawing where three people will have a chance to win a $20 local business gift card. All survey responses will be kept anonymous.

Campus Cupboard Survey

Nominations Open for Annual Augsburg Senior Leadership Awards

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Nominations are now open for the Augsburg Leadership Awards and for the Augsburg Senior Leadership Society. Make sure to nominate yourself, your advisors, student organizations, or your peers so they can be recognized for their efforts and accomplishments. The ceremony will take place on April 16th at Hoversten Chapel. A list of the descriptions can be found here:

For a description of the criteria that needs to be met to be inducted into the Augsburg Senior Leadership Society it can be found here:

Nominations close on Thursday March 16th at 5:30pm.

The links to connect to the nomination forms and the application for the Leadership Awards and Senior Leadership Society respectively can be found below.

TODAY: Greenhouse First Thursday

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The Augsburg Biology Department’s rooftop greenhouse grows an appreciation for and deeper understanding of the plants of our planet. The greenhouse is open to the Augsburg campus community on the first Thursday of every month during the semester, from noon to 3pm. The Augsburg community is invited to come see what we’ve got growing on, enjoy the tropical atmosphere, and marvel at hundreds of plant species from all over the world.

The next First Thursday is today, March 2, noon—3pm. The greenhouse is located on the 4th floor of the Hagfors Center.

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Join Us for Refreshments and Info on the East African Debate League

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Are you looking for a way to support Twin Cities youth? Join us at the UMN Liberal Arts Engagement Hub to learn more about how you can participate in judging for the East Debate League, a powerful program that helps East African students build confidence, academic skills, and pride in their identity!


Join us in the UMN Liberal Arts Engagement Hub at Pillsbury Hall for light snacks and our presentation on these dates:

3/16: 3:30pm-4:30pm

3/22: 5:30pm-6:30pm


The Minnesota Urban Debate League, a program of Augsburg University, serves 9 districts across the Twin Cities Metro by providing the resources schools need to have successful debate teams. In 2015, with the help of community and on-campus partners, we hosted the Somali Debate Initiative Tournament – the first program of its kind in the nation. This tournament has grown into regular spring programming serving more than 100 students per year. In 2019, we rebranded the program to the East African Debate League, expanding our focus to include more students in these discussions about essential issues affecting the East African community.

From May-June, East African students debate a critical topic chosen by the community. Students have the opportunity to debate at three tournaments, leading to our special championship/community celebration event.


As we return to in-person programming after several years of virtual tournaments, we need in-person judges who can work with us in the Twin Cities!

No experience with debate is needed. Judges watch debate rounds and then evaluate teams on argumentation, logic, and public speaking skills.

Volunteers receive a short training and all necessary materials prior to the start of tournaments. Please attend our event to learn more, including how to become a paid judge!

Register for the event here:

Orchestra Concert Featuring Guest Artist Dr Merilee Klemp This Friday

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The Augsburg University Orchestra welcomes Dr. Merilee Klemp as our featured guest artist for this concert performing the Concerto a Cinque, Op. IX, No. 2 for Solo Oboe and strings by Tomaso Albinoni (1671 – 1750). We have paired this work with the beautiful Simple Symphony by British composer Benjamin Britten (1913 – 1976), and the first movement Tango by Costa Rican composer Vinicio Meza (b. 20th century) from his Suite Latinoamericana. Professor Emma Moonier also joins the orchestra as harpsichordist for the baroque suite. We welcome our entire campus community to this concert event!

A graduate of Augsburg College, Merilee Klemp is a well-known recitalist, chamber musician, and teacher. Her notable accomplishments include an impressive list of featured recordings as well as popular commercial recordings by Janet Jackson, Elton John, and Mariah Carey. Her performances have been broadcast on Public Radio International, National Public Radio, and Minnesota Public Radio, and she has appeared at the Aspen Music Festival, the Centrum Festival in Seattle, the Bach Aria Institute and Festival, and the Baroque Performance Institute at Oberlin.

This Friday at 7:30 p.m. in Sateren Auditorium.

CACE Course: Disembodying White Supremacy Through Bodywork

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Registration is now available for Augsburg’s inaugural offerings of Disembodying White Supremacy Through Bodywork course. Join us to learn to understand your body’s reaction to racial discomfort, identify where racial stress is stored, and metabolize that discomfort to avoid getting stuck in your anti-racism efforts. Class discussion will focus on healing and ways to root our anti-racism in healing justice. Indigenous, Black and Brown bodies will be offered an affinity space for deeper healing.

In-person: Mondays, 6-9pm, March 20, 27, and April 3
Be one of the first 10 Augsburg students, staff and faculty to register with your Augsburg email and receive a 50% discount. Registration must be received no later than March 13 for the discount.

Online: Mondays, 6-9pm, April 10, 17, 24
Be one of the first 10 Augsburg students, staff and faculty to register with your Augsburg email and receive a 20% discount. Registration must be received no later than April 3 for the discount.

We are excited to be moving forward with this important work at Augsburg, and want to hear from you. Would you like to see something specific offered as continuing education? Would you like to teach a course through CACE? Have feedback for us? Whatever your question, comment or concern, we would love to hear from you (!

Check out the CACE website for more information and to register!

Longfellow Community Council Free the Deeds Training Opportunity

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Longfellow Community Council
Free the Deeds Training Opportunity

Be a part of erasing racial covenants and writing a new future for your block, your neighborhood, and our city of Minneapolis, one deed at a time.

Join one of these training sessions at the LCC Office or on Zoom to learn about the work happening here in Greater Longfellow and how you can be involved!

Our next training session is Wednesday, March 15th from 6 to 7:30pm.

Find out the history of your deed and then volunteer – engage your people, share our survey, table or door knock.

If you have any questions or want more information you can contact or call 612-722-4529.

CACE Course: Only 3 More Days to Register for the Paideia Preview

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Education Students, you won’t want to miss the Paideia Preview on March 6, from 6-9pm on Zoom! This is a 3 hour preview of the Paideia (pie DAY a) approach. This is a pedagogy that encourages student-centered, democratic discussions around a common text to improve K-12 students’ critical thinking, reading, writing, and speaking skills.

There are spaces for six students, staff and faculty receive a $15 discount when registering with an Augsburg email. If you like what you learn in the Preview, consider joining us for our weeklong Paideia Summer Institute in July at an additional discount!

We want to hear from you! Would you like to see something specific offered as continuing education? Would you like to teach a course through CACE? Have feedback for us? Whatever your question, comment or concern, we would love to hear from you (

Learn more about the Paideia Preview on the CACE website!

AASA Asian Celebration Show

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The Asian Celebration Show takes place during our Pan Asian Week to celebrate and appreciate all Asian identities and cultures by showcasing a variety of Asian performances through different mediums, such as singing, acting, modeling traditional clothing, dancing, and instrument playing. Please note that this is a formal event, so please dress accordingly. And dinner will be provided during this event. WE HOPE TO SEE YOU THERE!!!

If you need any disability-related accommodation to participate in the event, don’t hesitate to contact University Events at ( or (612-330-1104). Please allow for sufficient time to arrange the accommodation.

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AAUP Open Session for All Faculty and Staff

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On Friday, March 3, from 4-5pm, the Augsburg AAUP is hosting an open session on Zoom to discuss issues of shared governance, workload and compensation, budgets and resources, and any other faculty/staff concerns that participants may choose to raise. Please join us! You don’t need to be a member of AAUP to attend.

Women in STEM Meeting This Friday

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Hello STEM Students and Faculty,

We invite you to join Women in STEM (WIS) for our next meeting this Friday, March 3rd, at 310pm in the Food Lab (Hagfors 108). We will be learning about how to implement Dr. Tara Yosso’s Model of Community Cultural Wealth as we navigate higher education. “Cultural wealth is the reservoir of personal and community resources an individual may have beyond their income or accumulated financial wealth. Many examples derive from an individual’s experience navigating or resisting bias and inequities, including traits such as resilience, social justice orientation, and social networks.”

About WIS: WIS at Augsburg is open to all people who support women and other minority groups within STEM. Although women are graduating with science degrees in increasing numbers, their count diminishes by the time they reach the workforce and representation is even less at more senior levels. Some of the identified reasons for the prominent disparity in the STEM workforce include a variety of obstacles that women face at different stages of their lives and careers. Fixing some of these “broken rungs” in the “ladder to success” can contribute toward achieving gender parity. Augsburg’s WIS group is made of students and faculty with this goal to create community support regarding disparities in the STEM field. It supports and organizes activities that bridge professional, personal, and cultural enrichment such as hosting networking and career development events where students can find mentors, listening to “success” stories, and meeting with professionals. Learning about existing disparities and practices to tackle in STEM can help students talk about and address various successes and challenges in their educational endeavors and in future workplaces.

For more info or to ask any questions, please contact Dr. Moumita Dasgupta ( or Branwen Jorenby (

Thank you, and we hope to see you there!

Stop by the Study Abroad and Away Table TODAY 11 – 12

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Stop by the Study Abroad and Away Table today in Christensen Center from 11-12

We are available to answer your questions about study abroad/away, check in on your application, or give you some information to get started.

Study Abroad & Away opportunities are for all Auggies–with programs ranging in length from 1 week to a semester or year, international locations as well as destinations in the USA, and courses to fit any major.

Every Study Abroad & Away program fulfills your Augsburg Experience requirement, too!

Stop by today for more info!

Learn more about Study Abroad & Away

Virtual Shadowing: Acute Care, and General and Trauma Surgery

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The Augsburg Pre-Physician Assistant Club (APPAC) is hosting our next Virtual Shadowing Movie Night: Acute Care, and General and Trauma Surgery. Join us TODAY at 5-7pm in Hagfors 150A. You do not need to be pre-PA to be in our club or attend events—anyone interested in pre-health professions can join!

We will have pizza and snacks available, so please RSVP on Auggie Life before 2pm. We hope to see you there!

TODAY- Best Buy Corporate Info Session-Internships and Careers

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Augsburg alumni from Best Buy Corporate will be on campus Thursday, March 2nd from 5:00-6:00pm in the Hagfors Center, Room 351

Stop by for an overview of Best Buy Corporate’s internships and early careers. Students will also hear from recent alumni as they share their career journey. There will be time for Q & A. All students are welcome.

Food will be provided!

Sponsored by: Augsburg Business Organization & Strommen Center for Meaningful Work

Employer Table: Lutherans Outdoors in South Dakota

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Lutherans Outdoors in South Dakota representatives will be on campus today,
Thursday, March 2nd from 10:30-12:30 in the lobby of the Christensen Center.

Are you looking for experience this summer? Lutherans Outdoors in South Dakota (LOSD) is an outdoor ministry organization affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America (ELCA) and is a sustaining organization member of Lutheran Outdoor Ministries (LOM). LOSD owns three camping locations in the state of South Dakota; Joy Ranch, Klein Ranch, NeSoDak, and Outlaw Ranch. They have a number of stipend positions available.

Stop by their table to learn more.

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Earn $55/Tournament Judging Middle School Debates With the MNUDL

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The Minnesota Urban Debate League (MNUDL) is a program of Augsburg University. We provide academic competitive debate programming in the Twin Cities to middle and high school students. We’re in the middle of our middle school debate season, and we need judges!

We’re paying $55/tournament for folks who want to serve as debate judges at our upcoming tournaments. No prior experience is needed. We will train you before the tournament. You must be able to pass a background check, and to be paid, be able to receive checks in the US.

Sign up on the calendar here to participate!

Paid Opportunity for Fluent Spanish Speakers: Judge the Spanish Debate League

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The Minnesota Urban Debate League, a program of Augsburg University, is seeking fluent Spanish speakers to serve as debate judges for our upcoming Spanish Debate League tournaments. These tournaments help middle and high school students build their Spanish fluency as well as public speaking skills, self confidence, and critical thinking. The topic this year involves Puerto Rico becoming a US State.

We will pay judges $55 per tournament. No debate experience is required, but Spanish fluency is. All judges will receive training. Judges are asked to listen to students speak, choose a winner, and provide written and verbal feedback at the end of the round.

Tournaments will take place in person, at locations in the Twin Cities Metro, on Thursday evenings throughout late March, April, and May:

High School Tournaments:

• March 30
• April 20
• May 4

Middle School Tournaments:

• April 13
• April 27
• May 11

The tournaments will start at 4 and end at 7ish. Judges are not obligated to stay for awards. The tournaments will involve two rounds.

Sign up here:

Need more information first? Fill out this form:

Earn $55/Tournament Judging East African Debates for MNUDL

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We Need YOUR Help To Judge Upcoming East African Debate Tournaments!

The Minnesota Urban Debate League is a program of Augsburg University. We provide academic competitive debate programming to middle and high school students. We have an upcoming opportunity for folks who want to earn extra money while doing good for the community.

The East African Debate season is coming soon! In this program, middle and high school students from the East African community debate a topic they choose that is central to their identity and life in the Twin Cities.

We are seeking judges to volunteer in person on weeknights in schools across the Twin Cities, paid $55 per tournament. Sign up for more information: