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Augsburg University 2018 All-Hands Planning Summit | Commission150 Table Topics
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1Phil Adamo
Honors across the curriculum: how to make the honors program more sustainable
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2Harry BoyteEducating for democracy: making our work more civic and public
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3Jodi CollenHow can work-study opportunities in Augsburg operations more intentionally become meaningful, career-focused professional experiences for our students?
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4Monica DeversAdult Students at Augsburg University: As we develop a strategic plan for the Adult Undergraduate program, can we leverage and expand upon our current expertise in graduate programs where our programs are designed, in part, with ‘adult’ students in mind?
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5Christina EricksonEnvironmental sustainability as theme for learning across disiplines
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6Sarah ErkkinenBuilding Augsburg philanthropy in 2020-2025
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7Elaine EschenbacherHow can experiential education be systematically integrated so that all students participate in and benefit from experiential learning?
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8Nate Gorr
New programs, majors, and key enrollment growth opportunities for 2020-2025
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10Ann GarveyIn light of equity commitments, how do we address basic student needs so that all students can access all the components of the Augsburg educational experience?
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11Lee GeorgeWhat does Augsburg need to do to ensure students are prepared for the realities of the workforce?
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12Allyson Green
Beyond water and waste: campus sustainability as "just sustainability" for 2020-2025
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13Michael GreweStrengthening Augsburg as a LGBTQIA+ friendly community
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14Sonja Hagander & Matt MaruggiAdvancing interfaith work at Augsburg 2020-2025
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15Jenny HansonThe future of online and blended learning pedagogies at Augsburg
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16Mary HollerichReimagining Lindell Library: what services and collections are needed to support student learning and faculty scholarship in 2020-2025?
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17Rebecca JohnCampus Master Planning 2020-2025: urban placemaking as a theme for planning, organizing, and setting up indoor and outdoor spaces across campus
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18Scott KrajewskiArtificial intelligence (AI) as a disrupter in higher education and the workplace
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19Patrick Mulvihill
Beyond traditional study abroad: the future of international education at Augsburg
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20Paul Pribbenow
Creating an East Gateway development that serves Augsburg and Cedar-Riverside
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21Joanne Reeck & Katie Bishop
From commitment to action: advancing Augsburg's equity agenda for 2020-2025
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22Marty StortzVocation portfolio: an e-portfolio that helps students transcript and reflect on the curricular and co-curricular dimensions of their Augsburg experience
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23Ben StottrupFood as a theme for learning across disciplines
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24Jeff SwensonThe next era of Auggie athletics
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25Beliza Torres Narvaez
Diversity in hiring: How can we make our faculty and staff as diverse as our student body?
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26Mary Laurel True & Steve Peacock
How can we build on the strength of our community engagement in Cedar-Riverside?
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