This week in brief

Monday, September 22
4:00 – 5:00 PM – LS102 Meeting for All LS Faculty
Founders Hall Basement Lounge

5:00 PM – CVR Open Meeting – “How Do We Accompany Students as they Discern a Call to Ministry?”
Carlsson Evald Hall 104

7:00 PM – Dinner with Peter Sanders
Wilson Center
Previous RSVP required

Tuesday, September 23
11:30 – 11:50 AM - Reflections – Cyrus Ali Zargar, Religion Dept.
Ascension Chapel, 2nd Floor, Founders Hall

5:30 PM – THE DISAPPEARED: Midwest Premiere & Conversation with Filmmaker Peters Sanders
Science Hall 102
Reception to Follow

8:00 PM – Faculty Recital
Wallenberg Hall
Janina Ehrlich, cello
Dennis Loftin, piano


Wednesday, September 24
1:00  – 2:00 PM – Walk-In Hour with Jeff
116 Founders Hall

9:30 PM – Evening Prayer & Holy Communion
Ascension Chapel, 2nd Floor, Founders Hall

Thursday, September 25
10:30 – 11:20 AM – Convocation – James Kunstler – “The Long Emergency”
Centennial Hall
See “Announcements” for complete description

4:30–6:00 PM – From Proposal to Publication: Practical Advice
Wilson Center
See “Announcements” for complete description

7:00 PM – Stone Lecture on Judaism – “Israel Among the Nations”
Olin Auditorium



Friday, September 26
4:00 PM – Friday Conversations – “’Who cares?’ or Are Augustana Students Civically Engaged? Some Preliminary Data from the Teagle Study.”
3:30 PM - Refreshments
Wilson Center
Michael Nolan and Tim Schermer

8:00 PM – Faculty Recital
Wallenberg Hall
Susan Schwaegler, clarinet
Christine Bellomy, clarinet
Dennis Loftin, piano

Saturday, September 27
No events scheduled

Sunday, September 28
10:30 AM – Sunday Morning Worship

Ascension Chapel, 2nd Floor, Founders Hall

5:00 PM – Sunday Catholic Mass
Ascension Chapel, 2nd Floor, Founders Hall

7:30 PM – Bach Vespers
Ascension Chapel
Larry Peterson, organ
Christine Robertson, soprano
James Lambrecht, trumpet


Volume 6, Issue 5 • September 22, 2008

Augustana Center for Teaching and Learning

Essays on Teaching and Learning added to ACTL Moodle

The Professional and Organizational Development Network in Higher Education (POD) has published a collection of essays on teaching titled Essays on Teaching Excellence.  The essays touch on a wide range of topics, authored by faculty and administrators from across the country.  We have added the following essays to the ACTL Moodle site under Teaching and Learning Resources and hope it may be of interest to you and your work with teaching pedagogy. 

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