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Teaching and Learning

Prospects for Peace in Ukraine: a Norwegian Perspective

submitted by underhil@augsburg.edu

Steinar Bryn of the Nansen Institute will deliver a talk on “Dialogue in Conflict Situations: Possibilities and Limitations” looking particularly at the war in the Ukraine. His talk will take place in OGC 100 at noon on Thursday, Mar. 9th, and you are welcome to bring a brown bag lunch. Steinar Bryn is Senior Adviser at the Nansen Center for Peace and Dialogue. He has a Ph.D. in American Studies from University of Minnesota, and has the unique experience of having facilitated more than 100 dialog seminars at the Nansen Academy, and was active in building up the Nansen Dialogue Network. He has been particularly active in Bosnia Herzegovina, Kosovo, Macedonia and Ukraine. He lectures around Europe on lessons learned and the role of dialog in peacebuilding. Currently he is working on a book project “To Understand the Other”.

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

submitted by reederm@augsburg.edu

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 ctl@augsburg.edu.

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

Spanish Classes in Mexico This Summer

submitted by hildena@augsburg.edu

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

LANGUAGE & CULTURE IN MEXICO

– 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

MEDICAL SPANISH & CLINICAL OBSERVERSHIP in MEXICO

– June 8 – July 31

– 8 credits

– SPA 218: Spanish for Healthcare professionals

– INS/SPA 399: Observership

SPANISH FOR MINISTRY & PUBLIC THEOLOGY in MEXICO

– 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 abroad@augsburg.edu

Stop by our office: Science Hall 110

Get more information about summer in Mexico

Music Therapy in South Korea, Summer Course – Apply by March 1

submitted by hildena@augsburg.edu

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.

Got questions? Get in touch: abroad@augsburg.edu

Learn more and apply

Provost’s Internationalization Travel Grant Proposals Due March 15

submitted by hildena@augsburg.edu

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

Dinner and Discussion: Frantz Fanon

submitted by gilmerje@augsburg.edu

Dinner & Discussion: Frantz Fanon

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: https://forms.gle/3QE3dvKsgNMckbmv6

Article: http://www.omenelick2ato.com/en/diaspora/reading-frantz-fanon-in-the-era-of-black-lives-matter

Podcast: https://www.acorrectionpodcast.com/phonyeconomy/658wdffw7lfm882sbn79pbwfk4rjy7

https://forms.gle/3QE3dvKsgNMckbmv6

Annual Distinguished Contribution Faculty Award Nominations Open Through March 17

submitted by reederm@augsburg.edu

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@augsburg.edu.

CTL Annual Awards webpage

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

submitted by reederm@augsburg.edu

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 ctl@augsburg.edu.

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

submitted by reederm@augsburg.edu

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)

General Announcements

Thank You Transportation Survey Participants

submitted by bordons@augsburg.edu

Environmental Stewardship is pleased to announce that we received just under 700 responses on the 2023 Transportation Survey. A big thank you to everyone who took the time to fill it out!

Random winners from the drawing were contacted via email last Thursday.

We are looking forward to compiling the results, and sharing highlights and key takeaways campus-wide. Stay tune for this in the coming weeks.

Question? Email: environmentalstewardship@augsburg.edu.

Free Airfare to South Africa and Namibia This Fall

submitted by hardaker@augsburg.edu

Deciding what courses to take this fall? Check out Augsburg’s own study abroad program to South Africa & Namibia – and get free airfare!

“Decolonizing the Mind: Racial and Environmental Justice” offers Auggies the opportunity to deconstruct environmental and racial injustices felt today by examining the legacies of apartheid and colonization. You will learn from local organizations, community members, and others who call South Africa or Namibia home.

This program is perfect for students who enjoy experiential, hands-on learning. You can use all your financial aid and you’ll receive an automatic $1,500 Travel Grant.

Highlights include:

*Travel to two countries (South Africa and Namibia) in one semester – all included in the program price!
*Complete graduation requirements (LAF’s) in: Humanities, Social and Behavioral Sciences, Search for Meaning II, Recreational Wellness, and your Augsburg Experience
*[Optional] internships for hands-on work experience in a local organization

Apply by April 1st to join the fall 2023 cohort and receive free airfare for this program!

Learn More and Apply

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

submitted by schacht5@augsburg.edu

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: https://tinyurl.com/Skill-Building

The researchers conducting this study are part of the Identity and Well-being Research Lab at Augsburg University (iwellLab@augsburg.edu or 612-656-6560), directed by Dr. Alex Ajayi, Assistant Professor of Psychology (E-mail: ajayi@augsburg.edu, 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!

New Staff Positions This Week (6)

submitted by hr@augsburg.edu

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

03/02/2023: Graduate Assistant Women’s Lacrosse
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999890296150-graduate-assistant-women-s-lacrosse
03/02/2023: Graduate Assistant Baseball Coach
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999890294527-graduate-assistant-baseball-coach
03/02/2023: Assistant Groundskeeper
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999890040343-assistant-groundskeeper
03/02/2023: Public Safety Officer
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999890039293-public-safety-officer
02/28/2023: Senior Creative Graphic Designer
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999889584108-senior-creative-graphic-designer
02/27/2023: 3rd Shift Custodian
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999889378883-3rd-shift-custodian

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Employer Tabling TODAY: Clues

submitted by tilton@augsburg.edu

Representatives from CLUES will be on campus Monday, March 6th from 10:30-12:30 in the lobby of the Christensen Center.

CLUES (Spanish for: Latino Communities United in Service) is Minnesota’s largest Latino-led nonprofit organization, founded in 1981 by and for Latinos to provide culturally and linguistically relevant services. Our mission is to advance social and economic equity and well being for Latinos by building upon our strengths and cultures, uplifting our community, and activating leadership for systemic change. They offer free online classes! They also have volunteer and job opportunities.

If you like to learn more about their opportunities, stop by their table or go directly to their website at https://clues.org

Interested in Research and Graduate School? Apply to the TRIO McNair Scholars Program

submitted by crombie@augsburg.edu

Augsburg’s TRIO McNair Scholars Program is recruiting students for Fall 2023 admission. Eligible applicants will be at Junior status by the end of Spring 2024 and available to conduct full-time research Summer 2024. Students from all majors are welcome to apply, though preference is given to applicants that are interested in pursuing a doctoral (Ph.D.) degree. The priority deadline to apply is March 31; however, applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until all participant slots are filled.

The TRIO McNair Scholars Program works with students who are members of groups underrepresented in graduate education and who exhibit strong academic potential. The goal of the program is to prepare Scholars for graduate study through coursework, academic advising, workshops, and involvement in undergraduate research and other scholarly activities. The program also assists with securing admission to and financial assistance for enrollment in graduate programs. Students will acquire the research skills necessary to succeed in graduate school through a paid research internship ($6000) with an Augsburg faculty member during Summer of 2024.

The McNair Scholars Program is federally-funded by the U.S. Department of Education. Therefore, to be eligible, applicants must be first-generation (neither parent graduated from a four-year college or university) AND low-income AND/OR may be persons from groups underrepresented in graduate education. The Department of Education defines these groups as African-American, American Indian, Alaskan Native, and Hispanic/Latino. Additionally, applicants must be either U.S. Citizens or Permanent Residents and maintain at least a 2.8 cumulative GPA (3.0+ preferred).

If you’re interested in learning more about McNair or you’re unsure whether you qualify, please contact Lara Crombie, Program Coordinator, crombie@augsburg.edu.

McNair Website

TIAA Financial Consultant on Campus in April

submitted by parkso@augsburg.edu

Take advantage of this on-campus opportunity to discuss your personal financial situation with an experienced TIAA Financial Consultant. They are available to discuss how to help you pursue your financial goals, where ever you might be in your retirement planning.
All meetings are confidential!

o SIGN UP TODAY:
Space is limited. To schedule your consultation, please use the link below:
https://www.tiaa.org/public/support/contact-tiaa/consultations-seminars

o Available dates and times:

Tuesday, April 11 / 9:00am – 4:00pm
Cedar Room, Christensen Center 2nd floor

Wednesday, April 12 / 9:00am – 4:00pm
Cedar Room, Christensen Center 2nd floor

Thursday, April 13 / 9:00am – 4:00pm
Cedar Room, Christensen Center 2nd floor

For questions, please contact hr@augsburg.edu

Schedule your consultation here!

Music Therapy in South Korea, Summer Course – Apply by April 1

submitted by hildena@augsburg.edu

Are you interested in the ways people and culture are impacted by music, movement, 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.

Got questions? Get in touch: abroad@augsburg.edu

Learn more and apply

Mapping Prejudice Seeks Volunteers to Map Restrictive Racial Covenants in Property Deeds

submitted by gilmerje@augsburg.edu

Mapping Prejudice identifies and maps racial covenants, clauses that were inserted into property deeds to keep people who were not White from buying or occupying homes. From their base in the University of Minnesota Libraries, they collaborate with community members to expose the history of structural racism and support the work of reparations. Mapping Prejudice uses crowdsourcing to transcribe racial covenants in property deeds. After completing work in Hennepin and Ramsey counties, they are now helping Milwaukee and other cities create databases that track racial injustice. Join their community researchers who are learning together to document this hidden history.

To learn more and sign up for a virtual or in-person training session, please visit: https://mappingprejudice.umn.edu/take-action/volunteer

https://mappingprejudice.umn.edu/take-action/volunteer

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

submitted by gilmerje@augsburg.edu

Support East Phillips and Little Earth in their fight to Defend the Depot!

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. Residents from Little Earth and East Phillips successfully testified at the Economic Development Finance and Policy Committee on March 2nd. This brings them one step closer to community-owned green infrastructure in a neighborhood that has long been heavily polluted and underfunded by the city. Residents are seeking $100 million in state funding to buy the Roof Depot site from the city, and make a meaningful investment in the neighborhood.

The bill moves to the Capital Investment committee next, where they will advocate for funding to be increased from $20 to $100 million. Then the bill needs to pass the House and Senate. There are many steps to take before we can secure this funding, so stay tuned for how to support and keep up the pressure, visit their website and follow them on Instagram @eastphillipsurbanfarm and @defendthedepot for updates!

To contribute to their work go to: http://tinyurl.com/depotfund

To contribute to their work go to: http://tinyurl.com/depotfund

New Student Positions This Week (5)

submitted by hr@augsburg.edu

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

03/02/2023: Student: Music Office/Choral Ensembles Manager, 2023-24
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999890285006-student-music-office-choral-ensembles-manager-2023-24
03/02/2023: Student: Music Office/Orchestra Student Manager, 2023-24
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999890199893-student-music-office-orchestra-student-manager-2023-24
03/02/2023: Student: Music Office/Jazz Student Manager, 2023-24
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999890195229-student-music-office-jazz-student-manager-2023-24
03/01/2023: Student: TRIO/SSS Summer Bridge Peer Mentor
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999889713933-student-trio-sss-summer-bridge-peer-mentor
03/01/2023: Student: Augsburg Bonner Community Leaders
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999889713833-student-augsburg-bonner-community-leaders

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New Staff Position: Graduate Assistant Baseball Coach

submitted by hr@augsburg.edu

Primary Responsibilities : Under the direction of the Head Coach

– Identify and recruit talented and qualified prospective student-athletes according to program recruiting plan, pursuant to NCAA, MIAC and Augsburg recruiting and admissions standards and regulations.
– Perform all practice coaching responsibilities, analyze film and facilitate team meetings.
– Instruct student-athletes on physical health, team concepts, safety, and sport-specific skills on both an individual and team basis.
– Teach, advise and mentor student-athletes on life-skills.
– Monitor and support academic progress of student-athletes/teams to exceed athletic department standards; intervenes with appropriate corrective action as needed.
– Maintain acceptable student-athlete retention rates to the team and/or institution.

Additional Responsibilities

– Assist with budget management, fundraising, travel planning and program organization as assigned.
– Assist with Alumni/parent communication and involvement, including organizing events as appropriate.
– Assist with organizing and participating in team community-service event(s).
– Assist with camps and clinics.
– Supervise student workers, if applicable.
– All other duties as apparent or assigned by supervisor(s).

Terms of Fellowship:

– The fellow must be accepted by an Augsburg graduate program.
– The fellow must be enrolled in an Augsburg graduate program for a minimum of two (2) courses per-term (6 credits).
– The duration of the fellowship is two years. If a fellow vacates the fellowship prior to the conclusion of the two year term, or is not able to maintain satisfactory academic standing, all tuition costs/benefits will be assumed by the fellow.
– The Fellow will receive full tuition benefits. Fellows are fully responsible for payment of all non-tuition costs, including student fees, parking fees, finance charges on unpaid balances, books/supplies, etc.
– In addition to full tuition benefits, the fellow will receive a $6,000 annual stipend.

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New Staff Position: Graduate Assistant Women’s Lacrosse

submitted by hr@augsburg.edu

Primary Responsibilities : Under the direction of the Head Coach

– Identify and recruit talented and qualified prospective student-athletes according to program recruiting plan, pursuant to NCAA, MIAC and Augsburg recruiting and admissions standards and regulations.

– Perform all practice coaching responsibilities, analyze film and facilitate team meetings.

– Instruct student-athletes on physical health, team concepts, safety, and sport-specific skills on both an individual and team basis.

– Teach, advise and mentor student-athletes on life-skills.

– Monitor and support academic progress of student-athletes/teams to exceed athletic department standards; intervenes with appropriate corrective action as needed.

– Maintain acceptable student-athlete retention rates to the team and/or institution.

Additional Responsibilities

– Assist with budget management, fundraising, travel planning and program organization as assigned.

– Assist with Alumni/parent communication and involvement, including organizing events as appropriate.

– Assist with organizing and participating in team community-service event(s).

– Assist with camps and clinics.

– Supervise student workers, if applicable.

– All other duties as apparent or assigned by supervisor(s).

Terms of Fellowship:

– The fellow must be accepted by an Augsburg graduate program

– The fellow must be enrolled in an Augsburg graduate program for a minimum of two (2) courses per-term (6 credits).

– The duration of the fellowship is two years. If a fellow vacates the fellowship prior to the conclusion of the two year term, or is not able to maintain satisfactory academic standing, all tuition costs/benefits will be assumed by the fellow.

– The Fellow will receive full tuition benefits. Fellows are fully responsible for payment of all non-tuition costs, including student fees, parking fees, finance charges on unpaid balances, books/supplies, etc.

– In addition to full tuition benefits, the fellow will receive a $6,000 annual stipend.

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Event Announcements

Longfellow Community Council Free the Deeds Training Opportunity

submitted by gilmerje@augsburg.edu

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 info@longfellow.org or call 612-722-4529.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0e49a8ab2aa2f9c16-free1#/

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0e49a8ab2aa2f9c16-free1#/

Sewing in the ShareShop Today

submitted by bordons@augsburg.edu

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!

Questions? Email: environmentalstewardship@augsburg.edu

ShareShop Website

Pre-PA Club Meeting: Medical Ethics Debate

submitted by jorenbyb@augsburg.edu

The Augsburg Pre-PA Club (APPAC) is having our next meeting on Wednesday, March 8th, during chapel time (1035-1105am) in Hagfors 106. We will be having a medical ethics debate and learning tips for how to answer tricky ethical questions during a PA school interview!
The APPAC is open to all students, regardless of if you are a designated pre-PA student. We welcome everyone who is interested in a pre-health profession or wanting to find out more about physician assistants.

Thanks, and we hope to see you there!
Branwen

Rally at the Capitol: Support The Clyde Bellecourt Urban Indigenous Legacy Initiative

submitted by gilmerje@augsburg.edu

Rally at the Capitol: Support The Clyde Bellecourt Urban Indigenous Legacy Initiative

Please join us for a rally at the Capitol on March 21 to support the Urban Indigenous Legacy Initiative, a campaign to transform the Indigenous landscape in the Twin Cities with 14 new facilities to better serve our communities.

Learn more here.

Learn more here.

Rescheduled: MN Private Colleges’ Job and Internship Fair

submitted by tilton@augsburg.edu

The Minnesota Private Colleges’ Job & Internship Fair has been rescheduled to Thursday, March 16th. We realize this is during your spring break, however, we hope that you register and take advantage of meeting with over 200 employers looking to hire YOU!

The fair is geared toward sophomores and juniors seeking summer internships as well as current seniors seeking full-time careers and employment upon graduation. (December 2022 grads may attend) Employers from 200+ organizations will be available to discuss potential internship and career opportunities within all academic disciplines. Organizations represent the human service, nonprofit, government sectors, and for-profit/business organizations.

Research Registered Employers – https://www.mnpcfair.org
(Click on Students Tab, then Organizations at the Fair)

Registration is required via Handshake! FREE to attend. Augsburg will reimburse students for parking downtown or those that choose to take an Uber or Lyft. Simply show us your receipt and you will receive cash.

Strommen Center for Meaningful Work
Augsburg’s Career & Internship Center
612-330-1148

REGISTER IN HANDSHAKE

This Week: Focused Conversation on Augsburg Applies to You

submitted by farrisr@augsburg.edu

Join us on Thursday for the March Focused Conversation. Robert Gould, vice president for strategic enrollment management, will discuss Augsburg Applies to You—a transformative enrollment model that includes direct admissions, student success coaching, and inclusive academic belonging.

Thursday, March 9, 2023
1:00 p.m.
Marshall Room and via Zoom

To view the Focused Conversation schedule and access the livestream link, visit the All Hands page.

All Hands | Inside Augsburg (login required)

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