Posted on April 17, 2019 by Cindy Edge

Happy Wednesday! Classes are over, exams are coming up, and summer is just around the corner. Look below to learn about some important end-of-the-year student information on awards and financial aid, as well as next year’s course registration, and opportunities for returning students to get involved in some fun volunteer work! Last week, we celebrated students, staff, faculty, …

Happy Wednesday! Classes are over, exams are coming up, and summer is just around the corner. Look below to learn about some important end-of-the-year student information on awards and financial aid, as well as next year’s course registration, and opportunities for returning students to get involved in some fun volunteer work! Last week, we celebrated students, staff, faculty, and community members at the Student Life Awards. Take a look inside the Weekly for photo highlights of the evening, including a number of award recipients that you may (definitely) know! You’ll also find information on upcoming campus events, notices, contests, and community/North Campus events and opportunities, as well as student job postings. Have a great week, and happy studying!

 

  • The Augustana Faculty Awards and Financial Aid Application deadline for returning students is April 30! It’s quick, easy, and painless—complete it online before it’s too late! Also, if you’re involved with on-campus or community service and/or leadership activities, you’ll want to fill out the supplemental Service and Leadership Awards Application. Find both at https://www.ualberta.ca/augustana/services/academic/afa/apply.
  • ECO Move Out runs today until April 30! EMO takes place at all UAlberta residences to make it easier for students to recycle or donate unwanted items. Items are being collected in the Dish (Ravine Residences) and in the entrance of FYD.
  • Please note that parking enforcement will continue to take place through the break and all exams.
  • From April 16 to August 16, the Cashiers’ Office will be open Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday from 11:00 am to 1:00 pm. They will resume regular hours (10:00 am to 1:00 pm Monday to Friday) beginning August 19.
  • If you’re a student who will be graduating this year, did you know that your alumni perks include library access? Check out this story to learn about an Alumni ONEcard!
  • See safety happening? Snap a photo and send it to the Environment, Health & Safety office on North Campus—they’re looking for images of people working (and learning!) safely. Maybe it’s that coworker with the neon lab coat or the student who climbs a ladder like a pro…snap a photo and send it our way! Photos will be part of a travelling exhibit for Safety and Health Week (May 6 to 11) and you could win big! Contest runs until May 1. Details here.

  • All returning students can now register for the 2019/20 term in BearTracks! If you need help, book an appointment with an Advisor or find them at one of their pop-up times (see the poster below). Register before you leave for the summer to ensure you get the courses you need!
  • Are you interested in helping First Year Students move into residence next year? Join the ASA’s O-Team, a service the ASA organizes to help move in First Years into dorms to help organize and reduce traffic the day of move in. It is happening August 25, however, volunteers are able to move in early on the 24. This year we are providing two shifts for volunteers throughout the day, with the first from 10 am to 1 pm, and the second from 1 pm to 4 pm. If you want to sign up for both, feel free! Lunch (caf lunch bags) and dinner (pizza) are provided throughout the day. You will also get a volunteer t-shirt, and there are chances to win prizes at the end of the day! Make sure to sign up using the google form. If you have any questions, email Jennae at asavpstu@ualberta.ca.

 


Student Life Awards

On Wednesday, April 10, Augustana celebrated student, staff, faculty and community achievement, including leadership in athletics, academics, and everything in between at the Student Life Awards! Below, you’ll find a few highlights from the evening. Congratulations to everyone who received an award, and to the organizing committee, who made the evening a great success!

Onesimus Awards

Alexandra Brigley
Sabrina Frenette
Mackenzie Grove
Jasohna Haukenfrers
Taylor Johnson
Samuel Kohlmann
Emily Lyseng
Kaylee Ma
Emily MacMillan
Naomi Mahdere
Raegan Mines
Julie Ostrem
Emily Peterson
Joseph Sartison
Omotayo Segun-Omosehin
Adam Sun
Melissa Wilk
Daniel Wiltzen

Student Association Club Awards

Best New Club Award: Fine Arts Club
Most Improved Club Award: Science Club
Best Overall Club: AQUA

Betty Ostenrud Awards

Gerhard Lotz
Meagan Caldwell

Lois Aspenes Award

Larry Johnson

Roger Epp Award

Nils Asfeldt
Jamie Grunwald
Julie Ostrem

Heather Huber Memorial Award

Hannan Mohamud

Athletes of the Year (and CCAA All-Canadians)

Jessica Haenni, Basketball
Michael Harrison, Golf

Dr. Roger Epp Scholar Athletes of the Year

Lina Lim
Joseph Tambasco

Congratulations, also, to Julie Ostrem and professor Joe Wiebe who were awarded Sustainability Leadership Awards last Wednesday at North Campus!

 

Augustana Leadership Awards

Alex Ho
Hannan Mohamud
Emily Lyseng
Rebecca Pospolita

Team GPA Award

Cross Country Running

Moncrieff Ford Sr. & Moncrieff Ford Jr. Memorial Award for Dedicated Service to Athletics

Meghan Majeski

Team MVPs

Nordic Sports – Mackenzie Grove & Michio Green
Curling – Hannah Terry & Dustin Rupertus
Golf – Michael Harrison
Hockey – Jimmy Sheehan
Women’s Soccer – Cassidy Newcombe
Men’s Soccer – Ethan Knudslien
Women’s Volleyball – Rae Metrunec
Men’s Volleyball – Duncan McDonald
Men’s Basketball – Nathan Bowie
Women’s Basketball – Jessica Haenni
Indoor Track – Catherine Alcorn & Nathanael Tabert

CCAA Academic All-Canadians

Torey Lauber, Basketball
Jessica Haenni, Basketball
Mason Hunter, Basketball
Katelyn Skolski, Curling
Michael Harrison, Golf
Rae Metrunec, Volleyball
Rebecca Petrie, Volleyball
Duncan McDonald, Volleyball

Community Coach of the Year

Steven Lindberg

Augustana Coach of the Year

Robyn Fleckenstein

Rookies of the Year

Shae Boyes
Jarod Hovde

Dean’s & Vikings Awards for Leadership

Darian Smigorowsky | Torey Lauber

Vikings Volunteer of the Year Award

Chad Bowie

Residence Life Professional Association Leadership Society Award

Hannan Mohamud
Raegan Mines
Jared Becher
Daniel Witlzen

RLPA New Professional Award

Sarah McCrae

 

  • Everyone is welcome to attend our annual Spring Soirée next Tuesday! This year’s event, A Fond Farewell, will offer a brief Report to the Community and will also celebrate Allen and Becky Berger for their eight years of service.  Email rsvp.augustana@ualberta.ca to RSVP!

  • Augustana’s very own Conference on Undergraduate Research and Innovative Teaching (ACURIT) is taking place May 14 and 15. The Dean’s office has generously offered to cover registration for any Augustana students, faculty, and staff interested in attending! Visit the ACURIT page for more information and to register (simply submit the form and ignore the payment page).

 

The average human is born with 300 bones, but by the time they are an adult, they only have 206.

Do you want to share a fun fact? Send it (and your source) to augcomm@ualberta.ca!

  • Attend the Images of Research Exhibition at the Herbert T. Coutts Library until April 30! The Images of Research competition was an opportunity for current University of Alberta graduate students from all disciplines to capture, share, and present the essence of their research in one image. This competition and its accompanying exhibition aims to showcase and preserve graduate student research in print and digital form, foster student engagement, and support graduate students’ academic endeavours.
  • The research data management (RDM) landscape in Canada is rapidly evolving—from funder policies, to institutional strategies, data management planning, data deposit, and beyond! Join UAlberta libraries for the 6th annual Research Data Management Week, May 6 to 10. To view the program and to register, visit https://library.ualberta.ca/rdm-week.

 

 

 

  • Are you interested in what it means to be an inclusive leader? The University of Alberta is one of the Canadian Centre for Diversity and Inclusion’s employer partners, which means that all U of A staff and faculty can attend CCDI sessions for free. On May 23, CCDI will be hosting an event on inclusive leadership in Edmonton from 8:30 to 11:00 am. Click here for details and to register.

If you are searching for alternative accommodation, the Augustana Students’ Association compiles a list of Off-Campus Housing. Visit http://asa.su.ualberta.ca/services/off-campus-housing/ to view the list (if the link isn’t working, try using a different browser (Firefox or Internet Explorer)). Contact the ASA (augsa@ualberta.ca) for more information.


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