Happy Wednesday! The first week of February has been packed full of events, and it’s not looking like the rest of the month will slow down. Check out this issue of the Weekly for those details, including information on the remaining International Week events, an evening of sledding, and a potluck to celebrate foods around the world this weekend. Today is the last day to register for tomorrow’s career mixer—don’t miss out!
Otherwise, look to the Weekly for information on the add/drop deadline, rogue packages, nominations for ASA awards, community events, performances and more.
- Today is the add/drop deadline for the Winter 11-week. Students withdrawing after this date through February 21 will be assessed 50% fees. Log in to BearTracks to add or drop classes. If you have questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
- Amazon has delivered a few items without a name on them. If you’re missing a package, come to the reception desk and let them know what you ordered so that they can have a look and give the items to their proper owner!
- It’s International Week! Check out the event listing below
- Today is the last day to register for tomorrow’s community career mixer! Don’t miss the chance to learn, network, and drink some delicious alumni-crafted beer!
- It’s the time of year to call for nominations in recognition of some outstanding people here on campus! The ASA sponsors several leadership awards that will be given out during the Student Life Awards celebration on March 3, 2020. You can nominate for the following: outstanding leadership from Students, Staff, and Faculty and club awards for Best New Club, Most Improved, and Best Overall Club. A detailed description of each award and their criteria can be found here. All nominations are due by February 14, 2020.
- Speaking of the Student Life Awards celebration…we’re STILL looking for emcees! If you’re interested, please fill out this form.
- The Office of the Vice-Provost (Indigenous Programming & Research) would like to invite you to join a gathering of the Situated Knowledges: Indigenous Peoples & Place (SKIPP) signature area. This listening event will be held in the Wahkohtowin Lodge on February 12 from 12:00 to 1:30 pm. Lunch will be provided. For this meeting, all colleagues and students from Augustana who are engaged in different types of research, teaching, learning, and administrative work related to SKIPP are welcome to participate. Please feel free to share this invitation with other colleagues. Please RSVP to this invitation by February 5. We hope to see you there!
Augustana Works Community Career Mixer: February 7
The Guinness Book of World Records holds the record for being the book most often stolen from public libraries. The irony!
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- Women’s volleyball swept Concordia, and are now ranked 12th nationally. Congrats!
- Men’s volleyball fell to Concordia both Friday and Saturday despite putting up a good fight.
- Both women’s and men’s basketball split the weekend with Concordia.
- Hockey rested during their bye weekend.
- Volunteer applications are now available for the 2020 ACAC Men’s Basketball Championship, which will take place at Augustana from March 5 to 7. Interested in volunteering? Visit the 2020 ACAC Men’s Basketball Championship Volunteer Application.
Campus Rec Classes
- Yoga – Monday from 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm in the Physio Lab (Recreation Centre) – Free for students and staff, $5 for community members
- Pop Up Fitness – Wednesday from 7:15 pm to 8:15 pm in the Physio Lab (Recreation Centre) – Free for students and staff, $5 for community members
PLEASE NOTE THE DAY CHANGES ON SHEET*
Looking for work? Check out volunteer and on-campus employment opportunities on the My UAlberta App (Augustana Campus Experience), and on CampusBridge.