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Girls Dream Code: Opportunity for Interested Students, Faculty and Staff

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After school programs, 3-5 pm CST, 1 day a week for 8-12 weeks.
Curriculum training & course material will be provided.
Pay range: $30/hour. Must have time flexibility and be able to commute to the school sites!

If interested, please send your resume to

Girls Dream Code is a 501c3 nonprofit and our mission is to empower young girls of color to pursue an interest in tech by providing free tech workshops.


The Writing Center Is Open

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The Writing Center is open!

The Augsburg Writing Center offers both online and in-person tutoring. Skilled students will work with you one-on-one at whatever stage of writing you are in – the idea-development stage, the drafting stage, and the revision stage – and can show you how to choose an appropriate essay topic, how to develop a thesis statement and paragraphs, how to revise your essay, or assist with any other writing needs you may have. Tutors will be alert listeners and ask questions, and will not judge or evaluate the work in progress. For more information, please visit our website. We look forward to seeing you!

In addition, if you would like for a tutor or the Director to come to your class to introduce the writing center, please sign up for a class visit: We will do our best to accommodate you.

Located on the second floor (across from Advising) of the Lindell Library in person (drop-in only): Sunday 5-8pm and Monday- Thursday 2-8pm
Online (appointment needed): Sunday-Thursday 6-8pm

General Announcements

Need to Know When Elevators Are Down? Opt In Here

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As part of this new process, a new opt-in listserv will offer timely information and updates about elevator status around campus, including when normal service resumes after an elevator has been out of order. If this information would help you avoid disruptions and navigate campus more easily, please subscribe at the link below.

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Bonner Community Leaders Intern Placements

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The Bonner Community Leaders (BCL) program is a part of a nationally recognized network of leadership and scholarship programs through the Bonner Foundation. Our applications are still open for the semester, we have placements that are open for students who are interested in community base work. We have placements on and off campus.


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Student Employment Opportunity: Get Paid to Help Preserve Native History

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The library is looking for a student with an interest in American Indian, First Nations, and Indigenous Studies to work on an archival project during this academic year. The Migizi Collection in Lindell Library was created between the late 1970s and the early 1990s, and it mainly consists of radio broadcasts, interviews, and oral histories focused on American Indian, First Nations, and Indigenous communities, especially those in Minneapolis and the Upper Midwest

Click the link for more information and to apply!

New Staff Positions This Week (6)

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

09/08/2023: Event and Conference Coordinator
09/08/2023: Volunteer Coordinator – MN Urban Debate League
09/08/2023: Seasonal Assistant Women’s Basketball Coach
09/07/2023: Lead Custodian (Wednesday – Sunday, 6:30 a.m.-3:00 p.m.)
09/07/2023: 1st Shift Custodian
09/05/2023: Assistant Women’s Hockey Coach

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New Student Positions This Week (2)

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

09/06/2023: Art & Design Student Assistant
09/05/2023: Financial Aid Assistant, Academic Year 2023-24

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Submit Your Application to Join the 2023-2024 Thó Wiŋ Magazine Board

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Do you like art of all different mediums? Do you believe art should be more accessible to the Augsburg community? Do you think getting art published should be accessible to anyone and everyone in the Augsburg community? If you agree, you’ll be a great addition to the Thó Wiŋ Magazine editorial board!

We are in the process of hiring an entirely new board for the 2023-2024 academic year! We are looking for Lead, Managing, and Assistant Editors, as well as an Art Director/Layout Editor. Training will be provided by our outgoing lead editors! Thó Wiŋ Magazine (previously Murphy Square Quarterly) has been around since the 1970s and we are so excited to be passing the torch to a new group Augsburg community members. These are stipend positions and a great way to dip your toe into the wonderful world of publishing!

There are a few open positions for anyone and everyone of any skill level or experience. We do especially encourage BIPOC, AAPI, queer, trans, non-binary, women, and/or underclassmen to apply.

If you have any questions, please reach out to our outgoing Co-Lead Editors Jack J [he/him/they] ( or Corey H [they/them] (

We look forward to reviewing your applications!
Corey Hayden and Jack Jensen,
Co-Lead Editors ‘23

Please find the application form here!

Event Announcements

Annual TriBeta Plant Sale

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TriBeta and the Biology Dept. Greenhouse are holding their annual plant sale!

Date: Thursday, September 14
Time: 10 a.m. — 3 pm.
Where: Lobby of the Christensen Center

We’ll have easy-care houseplants, including some lush begonias and peperomias, aroids, cacti and succulents, and even a few carnivorous pitcher plants! We’ll also have a select number of mature specimens for sale for those houseplant afficionados. Stocks of the most desirable species are limited, so get there early!

Cash or PayPal accepted. Plant prices start at $5. Funds raised directly support greenhouse operations and the Augsburg chapter of the TriBeta Biology Honors Society.

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Does Youth Political Activism Work in Southern Africa?

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The Augsburg community is invited to join CGEE in welcoming Pinias Kashedi, Global Faculty from Namibia, on campus! He will be hosting a talk about the marginalization of youth in Southern Africa, titled, “Education Capture and Youth Marginalization in Namibia.” A brief description is below:

In 2023, economic opportunities for young people in Namibia are drying up. The country is facing nearly 90,000 unemployed graduates, many with advanced educational qualifications, in a nation with a total population of approximately 2.5 million. With one of the highest unemployment rates in Africa, there is a prevailing belief among Namibian youth that political activism does not yield results.

Colonial and social injustices are a factor to these contemporary issues, but also an inherited education system which perpetuates economic and social marginalization of young people. What measures, if any, is the Namibian government undertaking to address these pressing concerns? Mr. Kashedi will expound upon these matters from his point of view as a Namibian citizen who has worked with youth for many years, during this captivating “GlobalEd” talk right here at Augsburg University.

When: Wednesday, September 20th
Time: 3:40 p.m.
Where: OGC 100

ALL are welcome to attend! We appreciate an RSVP, but it is not required.

RSVP Today!

Comm Studies, Film, & New Media Open House

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The Communication Studies, Film, and New Media Department (CFN) invites all interested students to attend our Open House on Wednesday, September 13 between 12:00-3:00pm. All are welcome to come and go. Come eat snacks, play games, explore our VR equipment, and see what we have to offer this year. Not a major? Not a problem! We hope to see you there!

Communication Studies, Film, and New Media Department Open House
September 13th, 12:00-3:00 pm in Foss Atrium
Snacks, VR, games, freebies, faculty, and fun!

Student Financial Services Drop-In Hours in Oyaté Commons

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Oyaté Commons is located on the lower floor of Christensen Center in Suite 2

We will be hosting student financial aid services to support you with any general financial aid questions! The drop-in hours will be on:

– Tuesday, September 19th: 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.
– Thursday, September 21st: 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m.

Feel empowered in understanding your educational finances and get support on:
– Unpaid balance holds
– Dream Act or FAFSA Applications
– Financial Planning
– Other General Financial Aid Questions

A reminder that you can also schedule an appointment with student financial aid on Navigate or by emailing them directly at

For any general questions about our drop-in hours or accessibility accommodations and requests, please email us at

The YWCA Presents “It’s Time to Talk: Forums on Race”

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The YWCA’s 21st Annual It’s Time to Talk: Forums on Race™ provides an opportunity for the Twin Cities community and beyond to engage in crucial conversations on race and racism. This year’s host and keynote speaker is Marc Lamont Hill, American academic, author, activist, television personality, and professor of media studies and urban education at Temple University in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The featured breakout speakers are Dr. Joi Lewis and Kyle “Guante” Tran Myhre.

Please consider attending this free and VIRTUAL community event!

Learn More Here:

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Chapel TODAY: Uncovering Vocation with Dr. Jennifer Bankers-Fulbright

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Please join us in Hoversten Chapel at 11:30 am as we resume our Uncovering Vocation series co-sponsored by the Christensen Center for Vocation. Dr. Jennifer Bankers-Fulbright, Associate Professor of Biology, will speak about “Vocation Favors the Prepared Mind (or “How I Got to Augsburg”).”

Book Discussion- Disability Visibility Part 2

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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 2: “Becoming” on Thursday, October 5, 2023, 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. Faculty/Staff: Good/Advanced standing credit for Diversity & Inclusion Certificate

A few copies of the book are available to borrow from Lindell Library at the circulation desk. You can find the book at your favorite bookstore and public library. For questions about this event please contact

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