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Deciding on which courses to take this fall? Check out Augsburg’s own study abroad programs in Africa, Europe, or Latin America!
Augsburg international study centers offer Auggies amazing opportunities to learn from diverse professors and community members, include travel to amazing places, include all meals in your room and board, all while completing Augsburg requirements for graduation!
Use your financial aid and also receive an automatic $1,500 travel grant
START YOUR APPLICATION by APRIL 1
*** MEXICO: Communication and Media Studies: Migration & Social Change
*** MEXICO: Liberal Arts, Migration and Social Change in Mexico
*** NORTHERN IRELAND: Conflict, Peace, and Transition – free airfare to this program!
*** NAMIBIA & SOUTH AFRICA: Decolonizing the Mind: Racial and Environmental Justice – free airfare to this program!
*** CENTRAL AMERICA: New Activisms, Human Rights and Social Justice [Costa Rica, Guatemala, & Chiapas in Mexico all in one semester!]
Visit the link below, or email us at email@example.com
Stop by our office in Science Hall 110 anytime with questions!
Find Your Fall Program!
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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.
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Email us at email@example.com
Stop by our office: Science Hall 110
Learn More and Apply Today
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Make your voice heard through a research project! This research project examines what it’s like for students to seek help related to your courses. Step one is a short survey. Optional step two is a brief interview with the researcher. Those who complete step two have a chance at a $50 gift card. Survey is open during Spring Semester and is available here: https://forms.gle/S3ghz7R3kHAqbs447
Contact Derek Schwartz in the Education Department for more detail. email@example.com
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The Writing Center is open for the Spring Semester!
In the Lindell Library in person (drop-in only): Sunday 5-7pm and Monday- Thursday 2-7pm
Online (appointment needed): Sunday-Thursday 6-8pm
We are here to give you feedback on all of your papers and projects.
For more information, please visit our website
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Seven Augsburg faculty have been awarded a total of $15,000 in Scholarship Grants to support their professional work during 2023-2024. Each Spring, the Faculty Development Committee reviews faculty requests for the available scholarship funds provided by Augsburg University and selects projects which provide the maximum benefit to faculty, students, the university, and the faculty member’s discipline. Congratulations to all 2023-2024 recipients!
Adriane Brown: “Kid Stuff: Identity, Community, and Nostalgia Among Adult Fans and Collectors”; $2,000.00
Ankita Deka: “Substance use and addictions among Muslim-American youth: Exploring the lived experiences of survivors, community members, and family members”; $1,725.00
Dahn Gim: “(M)other Nature”; $1,500.00
Raven Johnson: “Short Film Project”; $3,000.00
Jenna McNallie: “Grandparent-Grandchild Relationships: Exploring the Dyadic Nature of intergenerational Relationships”; $2,000.00
Kao Nou L. Moua and Alex Fink: “Redesigning theoretical education in social work through anti-racist design thinking”; $2,000.00
Erin Sugrue: “Mandated Reporting and School Social Workers”; $2,810.00
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Fulbright gives you the opportunity to teach, research, or study abroad for a year. The process of applying is invaluable and winning the award is a life changing experience.
To be eligible and competitive you need to be:
– A U.S. Citizen or national
– Hold a 3.0 or higher GPA for serving as an English Teaching Assistant
– Hold a 3.5 or higher to conduct research or attend graduate school
– Active member in the Augsburg community or your home community
– Effective skills to serve as a cultural ambassador of the U.S. to your host country
If you are a junior or senior you would be working this summer on your application for an early fall submission. If you are awarded the Fulbright you would most likely leave the following summer.
If you would like to learn more about the Fulbright program, please schedule an appointment with Dixie Shafer, Augsburg’s Fulbright Program Advisor, by contacting email@example.com. To streamline the scheduling process, please provide general days and times that work for you to meet. Meetings typically run about an hour long, but if you decide you need a follow up meeting, we are happy to help schedule a second meeting.