Monday, November 1

Final Exams

Tuesday, November 2

No events scheduled

Wednesday, November 3

9:30 - 10:30 AM - Coffee and Conversation
Community Engagement Center, Sorensen Hall, 1st floor

6:00 PM - Augustana Historical Society Annual Meeting
After dinner, Dr. Anne Boaden will present "Mentors, Models and Mavericks," offering a preview of her forthcoming book on the women of Augustana, planned for release later this year. Guests are welcome
Wilson Center

Thursday, November 4

12:00 AM - Application deadline for winter term graduation

2:00 PM - Freize Lecture: The Augustana Music Legacy
James Lambrecht speaking on the Augustana Symphonic Band, founded in 1874.
Coffee and conversation follow each 45-minute presentation
Rock Island Library, 401 19th Street, Rock Island, Illinois

3:00 - 5:00 PM - Service-Learning & Civic Engagement Teach-in
Please RSVP to Darrin Good
Wilson Center

Friday, November 5

7:00 PM - Augustana Synod and The Covenant Church
This symposium will feature Augustana President Emeritus Thomas Tredway
It commemorates the 150th anniversary of the Augustana Synod and the 125th anniversary of the Evangelical Covenant Church.
North Park University in Chicago

Saturday, November 6

6:00 PM - Swedish Smorgasbord Benefit
All homemade food: potato sausage, meatballs, ham, brown beans, rye bread, oostakaka, rice pudding, pickled herring, fruit soup, scalloped potatoes, and more.
Proceeds benefit Relay for Life.
Ticket price is $10. Call 309-593-2373 to purchase tickets
Swedona Lutheran Church, 1493 Knoxville Rd., Lynn Center, IL

Sunday, November 7

No events scheduled

 

 

Volume 8, Issue 11 - November 1, 2010

Community Engagement Center (CEC)

Service-Learning & Civic Engagement Teach-in

Thursday, November 4, 2010
3:00-5:00 p.m.
Wilson Center

Celebrate the end of finals with food, drinks (beer, wine, etc.) and conversation. Come hear and share ideas of implementing service-learning and civic engagement in our campus curriculum.

These are powerful forms of pedagogy which have demonstrated rich learning outcomes with profound effects on students developing into citizen leaders.

Topics:

Please RSVP to Darrin Good to ensure we have enough food & drink

Also, if you would be willing to share your own class projects or lead a discussion group, please let Darrin Good know.

 

SCHEDULE OF AUGUSTANA INTERNATIONAL PROGRAM
INFORMATIONAL MEETINGS

SCHEDULE OF AUGUSTANA INTERNATIONAL PROGAM INFO MEETINGS

 

NOV 21           
SWEDEN SUMMER    
4:00 PM in DENKMANN B5

Students at any level of Swedish from 101 up can study a year of Swedish in this 6 week program in Grebbestad.  

NOV 22           
DIJON SUMMER         
6:00 PM in DENKMANN 215

Students who have completed French 103 or higher can take 6 credits at the U. of Bourgogne in Dijon.

NOV 22           
ECUADOR SUMMER  
6:00 PM in OLIN AUDITORIUM

This year we introduce a 5 week intensive program for students who have completed Spanish 301 or higher.  We still have our 10-week Spanish program for students at any level of Spanish from 101 up.

NOV 23           
LONDON/AUSTRALIA 
11:30 AM in EVALD 17 & 18

Six week internships for soph/junior BUSN, ECON, ACCT majors in London during the summer or 7 week internships as part of an LC for any major during the                                 winter.

NOV 29           
NICARAGUA               
7:00 PM in HANSON SCIENCE 102

Medical Service Learning program during Spring Break (2012).  Students work alongside Doctors in the field throughout Nicaragua.

NOV 30           
BOTSWANA                
5:00 PM in CEC CLASSROOM-SORENSEN

Exchange program for students in any major at the U. of Botswana. Spend a Fall Term in Africa while a U of B student studies here at Augie.

NOV 30           
LINGNAN                    
6:00 PM in CEC CLASSROOM-SORENSEN

Exchange program for students in any major in Hong Kong. Great for Asian Studies, BUSN, ECON, etc.

NOV 30           
GUATEMALA              
7:00 PM in EVALD 18

3 credit course (PSYCH) on Childhood in the Developing World during Winter Term followed by a spring break trip to Guatemala.

DEC 1             
GREECE                      
4:00 PM in OLIN 333

Spring Term course in Classics with Dr. Day followed by a 2 week early summer. Focused tour of Greece.

DEC 2             
LONDON
4:30 PM in OLIN AUDITORIUM

Fall Term in London, with a week in Scotland.  Courses offered by Drs. Kivisto and Goebel as well as British faculty in London.

DEC 6             
BERLIN                                   
7:00 PM in OLIN 305

A two-course LC (PHIL & HIST) in the Spring of 2012 followed by an early Summer 3 week stay in Berlin.  PP and PH credit as well as the LC.

DEC 7             
VIENNA                       
7:00 PM in BERGENDOFF 113

Spring Term in Vienna.  Courses in Music, Chemistry and History. An LC and various LP's available.

DEC 8             
VIETNAM                    
TBD

Winter Term with courses on campus in December and travel to Vietnam in Jan & Feb.  Courses in English, Business and Psychology. 

DEC 9             
BRAZIL                        
7:00 PM in OLIN AUDITORIUM

Winter term with courses on campus in December and travel to Brazil in Jan & Feb.  Courses in Poli Sci, Art, History and World Lit.


Coffee & Conversation

Join your colleagues again on Wednesday at 9:30 a.m. in the new CEC space on the first floor in Sorensen for weekly Coffee and Conversations.  Talk to your colleagues. Enjoy a hot cup of Starbucks coffee ($1.50 for a 12 oz. cup of coffee, FREE for the first 10 people).  Indulge in a sweet treat.  Stop by as you are able.  We look forward to seeing you Wednesday!