Jennifer Forsthoefel: The Exercise of Writing, S2E7 of The Augsburg Podcast

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Jennifer Forsthofel
Jennifer Forsthoefel, Assistant Professor of English, recalls her early experiences with poetry and English, considers the evolving needs of modern writers learning their craft at the University level, and shares her vision for an expanded Writing Lab at Augsburg.

 

Katie Bishop: The Many Meanings of Success, S2E6 of The Augsburg Podcast

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Katie Bishop
Katie Bishop, Chief Student Success Officer, discusses the multiple pathways Augsburg is working to build systems for student success all the way to graduation, inclusive of identity, cultural competence, affordability, and a meaningful degree.

 

Doug Green: Self-Discovery in Literature and Drama, Episode 5 of The Augsburg Podcast

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Doug Green
Some stories were meant to be read aloud. Doug Green, Professor of English, recalls his path to Augsburg and reflects on the capacity of the spoken word to give new life to the roles we play: both those performed in dramatic literature and those that we embody, ourselves, in our everyday lives.

 

Episode 4 of The Augsburg Podcast: Terrance Kwame-Ross: Empathy in Education

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Terrance Kwame-Ross
Terrance Kwame-Ross, Associate Professor of Education, unpacks language, power dynamics, and our sense of “Place” as major forces of influence in our worldviews — both as students and as educators.

 

Episode 3 of The Augsburg Podcast: Bob Groven: The Power of Constructive Debate

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bob groven
Associate Professor Bob Groven (Co-Chair of the Department of Communication Studies, Film and New Media, and the Director of the Minnesota Urban Debate League) breaks down the power of constructive debate as a force for positive change, understanding, and empathy in our society.

 

Episode 2 of The Augsburg Podcast: Sonja Hagander: The Future of Faith

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Sonja Hagander
Pastor Sonja Hagander recalls her path to the ministry, explores Augsburg’s tradition of Interfaith excellence, and considers how the practice of faith evolves in response to its circumstances.

 

Season 2 Premiere of The Augsburg Podcast: Paul Pribbenow: Putting Students First

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Paul Pribbenow
President Paul Pribbenow explores family, faith, and prioritizing the student experience of present and future Auggies.

 

Season Finale of The Augsburg Podcast: Diane Pike: The Sociologist’s View

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Diane Pike
Diane Pike, Professor of Sociology, explores the social nature of learning and the interchanges between the disciplines of sociology and teaching.

 

Michael Wentzel: Teaching Excellence

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Mike Wentzell
Even as he teaches chemistry, professor Michael Wentzel also teaches persistence: the drive to try, fail, and try again. To be better than yesterday… and even better tomorrow.

 

Christopher Houltberg: Design & Agency

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Chris Houltberg in the studio
Christopher Houltberg, assistant professor of art, brings together community and classroom to create change, celebrate diversity, and empower his students to discover their own creative agency.