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Register for Dinner and Discussion: Frantz Fanon, March 22

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

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

submitted by stoddard@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.

Follow the link below for cost details and other information!

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

Learn more and apply

Attention Pre-Med Students: Improve Spanish and Gain Experience in Medical Settings This Summer in Mexico

submitted by stoddard@augsburg.edu

Ready to learn or improve your Spanish skills, and get experience in a medical setting through an Observership? Join fellow Auggies and students from across the US at CGEE in Mexico this summer.

Take 8 credits of classes designed to benefit pre-med students:

MEDICAL SPANISH & CLINICAL OBSERVERSHIP in MEXICO
– June 8 – July 31
– 8 credits
– SPA 218: Spanish for Healthcare professionals
– INS/SPA 399: Observership

*** Apply by April 1 ***

Applicable, affordable, and scholarships are available. Amazing on your resume as you plan ahead for your career in a medical field.

Visit the link, below

Email us at abroad@augsburg.edu

Stop by our office: Science Hall 110

Get more details here

Provost’s Internationalization Travel Grant Proposals Due March 15

submitted by stoddard@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

Teaching Faculty: New Seminar Recordings Added to CTL Home Page

submitted by reederm@augsburg.edu

Two CTL sessions this week were conducted over Zoom so that we could provide recordings to make them available more widely. See the titles below and go to the Augsburg CTL home page and scroll down to “Videos from CTL Events” to access them!

“Did You Know Faculty Can Be Fulbright Scholars”? (recorded March 6, 2023)
“How Faculty Meetings Work” (recorded March 7, 2023)

You can find past session recordings at this site as well. If you have any questions or experience any trouble accessing these recordings, please contact CTL at ctl@augsburg.edu.

Augsburg CTL Homepage

Nominate Faculty Member for a 2023 Distinguished Contribution Award Less than 5 Minutes: Due 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. The deadline for nominations is Friday, March 17th at 11:59pm.

More information as well as the full nomination process (5 minutes!) 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

General Announcements

New Staff Position: Graduate Assistant Men’s and Women’s Track and Field 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 Men’s and Women’s Cross Country

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 Student Positions This Week (4)

submitted by hr@augsburg.edu

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

03/08/2023: Student: Cedar-Riverside Community Event Planning Intern, May-September 2023
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999891639890-student-cedar-riverside-community-event-planning-intern-may-september-2023
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

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Community Garden Winter Reflections from Gardener Ed

submitted by mcdaniem@augsburg.edu

As our Minnesota winter drags on expectedly, many of us are impatiently awaiting spring and warmer weather. As the days get longer, I know garden season is approaching, but the season always arrives unexpectedly even if I have been anticipating green shoots and the smell of fresh soil for months.

This week, Augsburg community gardener, Edward Sheehy, was also feeling the anticipation of spring so he took a visit to the garden plot he stewards on campus. He shared these words and image with me and has given his blessing for me to pass them along to the broader Augsburg community. I hope they give you pause, like they did for me, with a reminder to slow down, take in your surroundings, and live in the moment, even when that moment is still covered in snow. Good things are happening. This is what I love about the community created around the garden; gardeners share so much of themselves with us and one another. Enjoy.

Augsburg University garden on this day of March 6, 2023
by Edward Sheehy, Augsburg Community Gardener

sage and tarragon poke up their heads

while the arms of the giant cottonwood

reach out

to all who gather here

See Ed’s Cottonwood tree picture here

New Staff Position: Graduate Assistant Women’s Wrestling

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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One Week Left—Nominate Students for the Annual Augsburg Leadership Awards

submitted by christe@augsburg.edu

This is a reminder that we have less than ONE WEEK left for the Augsburg Leadership Awards nominations. This is your opportunity to nominate students that you would like to see honored for their hard work and accomplishments on campus.

The application closes on March 16th at 5:30 p.m., and the ceremony will take place on April 16th, 5-7:30 p.m. at Hoversten Chapel. The link to descriptions for the different awards available can be found here:

https://www.augsburg.edu/campuslife/recognition/augsburg-leadership-awards/

The link to the nomination form can be found here: https://augsburg.campuslabs.com/engage/submitter/form/start/576313

Thanks and have a wonderful Spring Break!

Applications Are Now Open for the 2023-24 PRISM Scholars Program

submitted by brookinj@augsburg.edu

The PRISM program is designed to support Augsburg juniors and seniors who wish to pursue a career in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). Funded by the National Science Foundation, PRISM Scholars receive scholarships of up to $10,000 per student per year. Scholars also become a part of the STEM community at Augsburg with opportunities for summer research, faculty mentoring, and career development.

Eligibility:
– Enrolled at least half-time in a STEM major (biology, biopsychology, biochemistry, chemistry, computer science, mathematics, or physics)
– Within 5 semesters of graduating with a STEM degree as of Fall 2023 (graduating by December ‘25)
– Major GPA of 2.75 or higher (scholars will be expected to raise their GPA to 3.0 during program participation)
– U.S. citizen, national, permanent resident, or admitted refugee
– Demonstrated financial need as determined by financial aid status (Pell or MN State grant eligible or equivalent)

Application deadline: Wednesday, May 17 at 11:59pm
Faculty reference deadline: Friday, May 26 (applicants should get permission from one faculty member to serve as their reference and name them in their application)

Students who began their college careers at community colleges are encouraged to apply as well as students who began at Augsburg.

To apply, visit: https://admissions.augsburg.edu/register/PRISM2023
For more information, go to: http://www.augsburg.edu/stem/augstem.
Questions? Contact: stem@augsburg.edu.

Funding is provided through the National Science Foundation(NSF) S-STEM program which provides support for high-achieving STEM students with financial need. The collaborative award NSF#2030638: Partner Relationships to Increase STEM Momentum (PRISM) provides S-STEM scholarships to students at Augsburg University, Century College, Minneapolis College, and Normandale Community College.

New Staff Positions This Week (14)

submitted by hr@augsburg.edu

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

03/08/2023: Academic Technologist
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999891700163-academic-technologist
03/08/2023: Lead Custodian
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999891679085-lead-custodian
03/08/2023: Graduate Assistant Women’s Wrestling
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999891679703-graduate-assistant-women-s-wrestling
03/08/2023: Graduate Assistant Men’s and Women’s Track and Field Coach
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999891679564-graduate-assistant-men-s-and-women-s-track-and-field-coach
03/08/2023: Graduate Assistant Men’s and Women’s Cross Country
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999891679343-graduate-assistant-men-s-and-women-s-cross-country
03/08/2023: Head Women’s Swim and Dive Coach
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999891677913-head-women-s-swim-and-dive-coach
03/08/2023: Campus Locksmith
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999891644717-campus-locksmith
03/06/2023: Temporary Head Women’s Soccer Coach
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999891127908-temporary-head-women-s-soccer-coach
03/06/2023: Director of Multicultural Life
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999891122378-director-of-multicultural-life
03/06/2023: Associate Director of Finance and Operations
https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/AugsburgUniversity-MinneapolisMN/743999891092803-associate-director-of-finance-and-operations
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

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New Staff Position: Academic Technologist

submitted by hr@augsburg.edu

The Academic Technologist serves as the primary point of contact for Information Technology needs for faculty and staff in designated academic departments and works to systemically improve IT literacy. As part of the Academic Liaison for Computing team, the successful candidate is expected to cultivate the effective and innovative use of e-Learning resources through positive professional working relationships, awareness of and expertise in discipline-related IT resources, and consultative, just-in-time support. The Academic Technologist provides training and customized support to faculty across designated disciplines in the area of academic technologies that promote student engagement, learning, and success.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES:

– Proactively develop positive, professional working relationships with academic personnel.
– Maintain awareness of emerging technologies and trends, and develop useful expertise with
– current IT resources and practices relevant to the designated academic areas.
– Serve as the main point-of-contact for technology support of designated academic personnel.
– Provide tier 1, 2, or 3 troubleshooting and service of computer and telecom equipment used by designated academic personnel, and coordinate resolutions with other user support staff.
– Provide and promote excellent customer service through courteous, informed, accessible, and professional engagement.
– Collaborate with instructors and researchers to identify, develop, and implement appropriate technology solutions for teaching and learning.
– Initiate and develop small- to medium-sized academic computing projects that support teaching and learning across multiple departments.
– As part of the Academic Liaison for Computing team, perpetuate a culture of effective and innovative integration of pedagogy and technology based upon research and industry best practices.
– Consult with instructors to design, develop, and implement specific course-related instructional strategies with technology, especially related to the University’s Learning Management System, Moodle.
– In coordination with other members of the e-Learning team including the Faculty Director of Online and Blended Learning Pedagogies, manage e-Learning support of designated academic personnel to resolution in a ‘train as you solve’ fashion.

ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

– Plan and deliver individual or group faculty development workshops in response to faculty instructional needs and specific course modalities.
– Participates in appropriate IT department and working group meetings to stay informed about current IT systems and policies as well as provide feedback and guidance for the design and evolution of IT systems and policies.
– Support and participate in projects brought forward by the Administrative Information Systems and Systems & Networking teams.
– Supervise student workers deployed in troubleshooting and service tasks.
– All other duties as apparent or assigned by supervisor(s).

WORK ENVIRONMENT AND PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

– A typical work environment is an office, working at a desk for long periods of time, with visits to faculty and staff offices as needed.
– Regular computer use
– Lifting and carrying of computer equipment periodically, up to 30 lbs.
– Occasional travel to the Rochester location and other off-site locations may be required.

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New Staff Position: Lead Custodian

submitted by hr@augsburg.edu

Shifts available:

Day Lead Custodian — Wednesday – Sunday, 6:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.

Night Lead Custodian — Thursday – Monday, 3:00 p.m.-11:30 p.m.

The Lead Custodian will provide direction and support for custodial workers. They will assist supervisors in training crew members. They will provide direction in the absence of the supervisors and assist the supervisors in finding and reporting projects that need to be completed.

Primary Responsibilities:

– Monitors the day shift sick call line and delegates work order assignments as needed.
– Meets with crew members at the start of the shift in order to answer questions, give out special assignments, and distribute work orders.
– Completes regular inspections of assigned areas.
– Provides custodial staff work direction throughout the shift as needed.
– Assists in the training of crew members in new procedures, chemicals, and equipment.
– Assists in the training and orientation of new crew members.
– Works on projects as assigned by supervisor.
– Fills in for absent workers.
– Performs light repair of custodial equipment.

Additional Responsibilities:

– Assist co-workers with supply and equipment needs and disburse the delivery to supply cage.
– Prepares reports on activities performed on weekends and when the supervisor is absent.
– Summer and school break apartment turn cleaning to include; window washing, carpet extraction, kivacing restrooms, and waxing floors.
– Biohazard cleanup.
– Assist with event cleanup.
– Snow shoveling for assigned entryway areas.
– Clean outside entryways, up to 15 feet from the door, and keep them free of debris, cigarette butts, etc.
– Tag equipment for major repairs and advise the manager or supervisor.
– All other duties as assigned by supervisor(s).

Work environment and physical demands:

– Frequent balancing, hearing, seeing, smelling, walking.
– Frequent standing, sitting, stooping, walking.
– Regular grasping, repetitive motions (twisting).
– Occasional balancing, climbing, kneeling, pulling, reaching, talking
– Occasional carrying up to 50 pounds and lifting up to 75 pounds.
– Occasional talking.
– Infrequent crawling, feeling, fingering, sitting.
– Exposure to irritating substances: cleaning chemicals.
– Exposure to long or irregular hours: may work nights and weekends.
– Exposure to dust, dirt, mold, dampness and odors.

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Event Announcements

Women in STEM Alumni/Professional Panel

submitted by dupont@augsburg.edu

Friday, March 24, 2023, 3:10 – 4:10 PM, HC 150A

All are welcome to join the Augsburg Women in STEM group to hear the experiences of three alumna.

Panelists:
Natasha Clark (‘17), Advanced Control Systems Engineer, 3M
Renee Van Siclen (‘11), Data Scientist, Hennepin County
Grace Puchaicela (‘22), Lab Technician, Labcorp

Natasha Clark has held various positions at 3M in areas such as adhesives, sustainability and automation. Shortly after graduating from Augsburg with a B.A in physics she started her career at 3M as Laboratory Technician. She then explored positions in the company’s energy and sustainability as an analyst while obtaining her master’s degree in electrical engineering at the University or St.Thomas. She currently working at 3M as an Advanced Control Systems Engineer to assist in the automated production of 3M’s most popular products such as N95 masks and Post-it Notes.

Renee Van Siclen is a Data Scientist who is passionate about using analytics to solve complex problems and inform strategic decision-making. She has extensive experience in gathering, cleaning, and analyzing large datasets using advanced analytical techniques and visualizing results for clear and effective communication. Renee completed a BA in International Relations at Augsburg and went on to complete a Master’s Degree in Public Policy from the University of Minnesota and a Master’s of Liberal Arts in Data Science from the Harvard Extension School.

Grace Puchaicela graduated from Augsburg University, majoring in Biochemistry. During her time at Augsburg she did research, assisted in an O-Chem lab, volunteered in hospitals out of the country and in nursing homes in the states. She currently works for Labcorp and will soon will start a phlebotomy certification course to help get involved in her community and to contribute toward her ultimate goal which is to become a Physician’s Assistant (PA) and be able to help underserved people as much as she can.

AASA’s Asian Celebration Show

submitted by vangpa@augsburg.edu

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!!!

Friday, March 10
6–9 p.m.
Hoversten Chapel

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

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Tuesday, March 21, 1–4 p.m. | Rally at the Capitol: Support The Clyde Bellecourt Legacy Initiative

submitted by gilmerje@augsburg.edu

Tuesday, March 21, 1-4pm | Rally at the Capitol: Support The Clyde Bellecourt Legacy Initiative

Rally at the Capitol: Support The Clyde Bellecourt Urban Indigenous Legacy Initiative
Please join us for a rally at the Capitol on March 21 from 1:00 to 4:00 pm 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.

https://www.facebook.com/events/minnesota-state-capitol/rally-for-the-urban-indigenous-legacy-initiative/333179065502635/

Ain Dah Yung (Our Home) Center
American Indian Community Development Corporation
American Indian Family Center
American Indian OIC
Department of Indian Work
Dream of Wild Health
Division of Indian Work
Indigenous Peoples Task Force
Little Earth
Lower Phalen Creek Project – Wakan Tipi Center
MIGIZI
Minneapolis American Indian Center
Minnesota Indian Women’s Resource Center
Montessori American Indian Childcare Center
Native American Community Development Institute – NACDI
New Native Theatre

Learn more here.

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