The purpose of the Center for Teaching and Learning is to provide support and development opportunities to enable Augsburg faculty, staff, and leadership to co-create “an educational experience like no other.”

Upcoming Events

Please see the calendar below for upcoming events. Please click the Add to Google Calendar icon on the lower right to subscribe.

Please scroll down to see detailed event descriptions. Events in the New Faculty Orientation Series are marked below in maroon.

All CTL Coffee Discussions are BYOM – Bring Your Own Mug.

December 2015

Tuesday, December 8 | LAF Review: An Overview – What’s Working? What’s Not? | 12:00pm-1:00pm and 4:00pm-5:30pm, Marshall Room

Faculty are invited to join the Gen Ed Review Team in a discussion of what’s working in Gen Ed and what’s not.

Bring your lunch. Refreshments will be provided! The second session will be a continuation of earlier discussions. Wine and cheese will be provided.

January 2016

Thursday, January 28 | Speaking of Scholarship with Michael Lansing | 4:00-5:30pm, OGC 100

Join CTL and the Christensen Center for Vocation for the Spring 2016 “Speaking of Scholarship” talk. Michael Lansing, Professor of History, will showcase his new book Insurgent Democracy: The Nonpartisan League in North American Politics and share his ideas of what it means to be a teacher-scholar-citizen. The title of Michael’s talk is “Insurgent Democracy: New Visions of the Nonpartisan League.”

February 2016

Thursday, February 11 | Ally Training I | 9:00am-noon in the Marshall Room

Sponsored by LGBTQIA Student Services. Please RSVP here.

Intersex 101 | Friday, February 12 | 10:00-11:30am in the Marshall Room

Sponsored by LGBTQIA Student Services. Please RSVP here.

April 2016

Wednesday, April 6 | Native American Film Series | Elle-Máijá Tailfeathers | Reception at 6:15pm, Film Screening at 7:00pm, Sateren Auditorium

Elle-Máijá is Kainai First Nation as well as Sámi from northern Norway. She was recently presented with the  2014 Vancouver Mayor’s Arts Award for her work as an emerging filmmaker and her most recent short Bihttoš (which received part of its grant funding from the BC Arts Council) was included in the 2014 TIFF Top Ten Canadian Shorts and won the Grand Jury Prize for Best Documentary Short at the Seattle International Film Festival. She was nominated for a 2015 Leo award for her performance in Not Indian Enough and she was also recently included in the CBC list “Indigenous Youth Leaders: 5 Under 30 to Watch in 2015.” For more information, visit the Native American Film Series website.

Thursday, April 21 | Ally Training II | 9:00-11:00am in the Marshall Room

Sponsored by LGBTQIA Student Services. Please RSVP here.

Past Events