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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.
Tonight (Friday) at 7:30 p.m. in Sateren Auditorium.
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Please join us in Hoversten Chapel at 10:40 am to hear Shayna Sheinfeld, Assistant Professor of Religion and Philosophy, offer a reflection on the book of Esther. Music students Haidyn Battle and Gabby Bunay-Rojas, will play a flute prelude and postlude.
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Augsburg Campus Ministry invites you to the Fosdick Lecture on Preaching in Hoversten Chapel on March 7th at 10:00 am. This year’s topic is “Hearing. Helping. Healing our Neighbors with Mental Health Challenges: Addressing Mental Health Concerns in Religious Communities.” Mindy Greiling and Senator John Marty will share their personal and legislative experience in addressing mental health concerns. One in three people have a family member struggling with mental health, yet we as churches, as a community, as a society have much to improve on how we relate to them.
9:30 am Check in and coffee
10:00 – 11:00 am Welcome by Augsburg President Paul Pribbenow
Lecture with Sen. John Marty and Mindy Greiling
11:00 – 11:20 am Q&A session
11:20 – 11:30 am Break
11:30 – 11:50 am Augsburg Daily Chapel – Pastor Aaron Fuller preaching
Please register for the Fosdick Lecture.
Register in advance for this webinar:
All participants are welcome. If you need accommodations, please call the University Events department at 612.330.1104 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Mindy Greiling served in the Minnesota House of Representatives for 20 years where she initiated the first state bipartisan mental health caucus after her son was diagnosed with schizophrenia. She served on the state and national NAMI boards and is the immediate past president of NAMI Ramsey County.
Senator John Marty has been a state senator since 1987. He is a strong advocate for government ethics, environmental protection, and affordable health care for everyone. Throughout his career, John has been a strong advocate for public investments in people — in health, education and employment – to enable all people to reach their full potential.
Pastor Aaron Fuller serves as the Pastor at Our Father’s Lutheran Church in Rockford, MN and as a Navy Reserve Chaplain.
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CLASS and Lindell Library invite you to a book discussion for “Disability Visibility: First-Person Stories from the 21st Century” edited by Alice Wong. “This anthology gives a glimpse into the rich complexity of the disabled experience, highlighting the passions, talents, and everyday lives of this community.”
We’ll discuss narratives from Part 1: “Being” on Thursday, March 30, 4:00-5:00 pm in Lindell Library, Room 301. We welcome you (students, faculty, and staff) to this discussion regardless of how much of the book you read! Snacks will be provided.
A few copies of the book are available to borrow from Lindell Library at the circulation desk and from the CLASS Office (LL 216). You can find the book at your favorite bookstore and public library. For questions about this event please contact Paul, firstname.lastname@example.org
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Stephen Jendraszak has accepted a new position at Emory University in Atlanta and will be leaving Augsburg March 8. Stephen has served at Augsburg for eight years, most recently as AVP for Marketing. We are indebted to him for the work he has done to grow and strengthen the Augsburg brand and to attract a very talented marketing team.
Please join us Wednesday, March 8, at 2:30 p.m. in the student art gallery in Christensen Center to share our thanks to and best wishes for Stephen!
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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.
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Hello STEM Students and Faculty,
We invite you to join Women in STEM (WIS) for our next meeting TODAY 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 (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Branwen Jorenby (email@example.com).
Thank you, and we hope to see you there!
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Do you have clothes that need repair? Are you interested in learning how to sew? Do you want to find creative ways to keep old items out of the landfill?
Join Spanish Professor Dr. Degner Riveros and the ShareShop team in the ShareShop (Science 8B) every Monday from 10:30 am – 12 pm to sew.
No supplies or no experience? Not a problem! We will have fabric, thread, and other sewing supplies available in the ShareShop to use during this time. If you are new to sewing, we are happy to provide instructions. Or if you have a project you’re working on, feel free to bring that.
We hope to see you there!
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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 (email@example.com).
Learn more about the Paideia Preview on the CACE website!
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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 (email@example.com)!
Check out the CACE website for more information and to register!
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Are you interested in the ways people and culture are impacted by music, culture, and community? This summer course might be for you!
The two-week Music Therapy in South Korea summer course is open to students in Music Therapy, Music, Psychology, Social Work, Sociology, Biopsychology, Education, and students in related fields who have a strong interest in the intersections of music, health, and culture.
Applications for this program are due April 1.
***MUSIC THERAPY IN SOUTH KOREA***
• Travel July 6-19, 2023
• MUS 374 or 474
• graduate course options available
This program completes the Augsburg Experience for all participants.
MUS 374 is the course option for non-Music Therapy majors, and would be a general elective credit.
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