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The Juice (Faculty/Staff) - March 21

New president announced today!
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March 21, 2022

New President announced today

The 18th president of Wartburg College will be introduced today at 11 a.m. in the Wartburg Chapel. If you are unable to attend in person, you can tune in to the live stream on Knight Vision.

 

 

 

UKnight Day is Thursday!

Mark your calendars and join us on Thursday, March 24, to celebrate all that is Wartburg College and the people, places, and projects supported by the Annual Fund!
Participate on social media by sharing your #WartburgWorthIt stories, encourage others to get involved, and donate to the Annual Fund to "Fortify the Tower"!
Check out the website to learn more about the challenges we'll have throughout the day.
We look forward to hearing your stories and seeing our social media filled with the orange and black!

 

Online registration for 2Y students now open

Online registration is open now for students classified as 2Y and will remain open through Tuesday, March 22, at 11:59 p.m. Classification is noted at the top of the Advising Worksheet.
Students classified as 1Y: Online registration March 28- 29.

 

ASA's Ramen Festival is back!

The Asian Student Association is hosting its annual Ramen Festival on Friday, March 25, from 7 to 9 p.m., in Cardinal Commons. Compete in our Spicy Ramen Eating Contest for a chance to win a special prize. Click here for the sign-up sheet and more details. Everyone is also welcome to taste different types of noodles from Thailand, Indonesia, and Japan. Contact asa@wartburg.edu with any questions or concerns.

 

Changes in how to print on campus

Due to recent concerns on campus, and for security purposes, the ability to type in your Wartburg ID number to print a print job has been revoked. The recommended way to print is to simply swipe your Wartburg ID into the card swipe on the printer. You may also type in your Wartburg login (ex: firstname.lastname) followed by your password into the login screen on the printer. Please direct questions or concerns to Techline@wartburg.edu or call 319-352-8767.

 

Print Center experiencing supply chain issues

Product supply chain shortages are impacting the availability of certain papers and envelopes for the Wartburg Print Center. Our staff is pursuing other vendor options when possible, but that can take extra time. To ensure availability of product, please plan ahead as much as possible for any printing projects. March and April are heavy printing months due to the number of programs at the end of the term. We appreciate your patience and partnership as we navigate these challenging times. Questions may be directed to lori.poehler@wartburg.edu.

 

Stationery order process changing

The Print Center is in the process of changing vendors for business cards and some stationery items. Printorders.com will no longer work. Until a new vendor is in place, please use PrintShop Pro under the “business cards” category as you’d order any other printing project. Put your changes in the notes section and make sure you fill in the quantity (250, 500, or 1,000) in the “No. of Sets” section. Questions may be directed to lori.poehler@wartburg.edu.

Shorten the Walk event

Wartburg College students will experience what it's like to walk in another person's shoes on World Water Day, March 22. Students will walk to the river, fill 5-gallon jerry cans with water, and carry them back to campus. These students want to gain a better sense of what so many communities in east Africa are still experiencing on a daily basis. They hope their efforts on World Water Day will help raise more awareness and more funds for water, to end this legacy of burden. Your contributions will be crucial in helping the students create lasting change for communities still waiting for safe water. Building wells changes lives!
Donations can be made through Thrivent. If you choose to donate through Thrivent, Water to Thrive would love to know about it, so be sure and send us an email at team@watertothrive.org.

Student Employment Appreciation Week: April 3-9

Student employees and their supervisors are invited to print and decorate ice cream cones to be included on the Student Employment Hall of Fame banner. Templates can be found here. Completed creations are due to the Student Employment Office in Luther Hall 212 by Wednesday, March 30.
Departments are also invited to create a poster, presentation board, or table display that highlights the work student employees perform in their area and the roles they play in our campus operations. These materials will be on display during the On-Campus Employers' Showcase. Please email studentemployment@wartburg.edu by March 30 if your department plans to participate. More information about Student Employment Appreciation Week can be found on our website, www.wartburg.edu/jobs.

 

MCSP Department Seminar: Computing and the Future of Biomedical Research

The next Math, Computer Science & Physics (MCSP) Department Seminar will be Tuesday, March 22, at 11:30 a.m. in Science Center Room 134.  The featured speaker will be Dr. Eric Stahlberg '86, who graduated with majors in computer science, chemistry, and mathematics. Dr. Stahlberg leads Biomedical Informatics and Data Science at the Frederick National Laboratory for Cancer Research in Frederick, MD. He will join us via Zoom to discuss the exciting possibilities at the convergence of computer science, chemistry, biology, and data science in a presentation entitled, "A Look Ahead - How Computing is Transforming the Future of Biomedical Research." All are invited. Masks are required.

 

Professional development workshop for faculty and staff

Laura I. Rendón, professor emerita at University of Texas-San Antonio, will offer a professional development workshop for all faculty and staff on March 22, 11:15 a.m.-12:45 p.m. Her presentation, "Fostering Student Success: Working With Validation, Student Assets & Sentipensante Pedagogy," will be offered on Zoom. Rendón will address themes related to fostering student success especially for low-income, first-generation students. Creating a culture of success requires attention to: 1) a relationship-centered approach centering the importance of validating students, 2) the need to leverage student assets and 3) the importance of working with contemplative, deep learning experiences such as what Rendón calls Sentipensante (Sensing/Thinking) Pedagogy. Rendón will feature videos of faculty who foster deep learning employing illuminative knowledge tools (i.e., socially-driven art and photography, guided imagery, audio narratives, music and periods of reflection).

 

SPIRITUAL LIFE & CAMPUS MINISTRY

Weekday Chapel

Weekday Chapel services are from 10:15 to 10:35 a.m. each Monday, Wednesday, and Friday in Wartburg Chapel. Chapel time is a brief opportunity to gather with students, staff, and faculty to reflect on God and faith. Mondays will feature faculty and staff faith stories and blessings, Wednesdays will be a morning prayer service, and Fridays will have Senior Chapels. Interfaith chapels will be held during the last week each month.

Upcoming speakers:

 

Monday, March 21: Pastoral Intern Rebecca Baird, Faith and Faith
Wednesday, March 23: Wednesday Lent Worship - Lent Through the Senses
Friday, Feb. 25: Brady Fox, Senior Chapel

 

Over the next five weeks Wednesday Chapel services will be focused on the season of Lent. Lent is the 40 days between Ash Wednesday and Easter. On Wednesdays, we will have a Lent worship service with the theme "The Senses of Lent." This theme will focus on the five senses — touch, sound, smell, sight, and taste. Each week we will examine scripture through one of these senses.  

 

UPCOMING EVENTS

Professional development
March 22

UKnight Day
March 24

Keep on Learning
March 24, 31

St. George String Quartet Concert
March 29

Student-employee Appreciation Week

April 3-9

PREVIOUS ANNOUNCEMENTS

Wartburg wrestling, track and field bring home championships

The Wartburg wrestling team claimed its 15th national title on March 12, winning the 2022 DIII National Wrestling Championship in Cedar Rapids. All seven wrestlers who qualified for the championships came home with All-American honors, including a second place finish for Zayren Terukina at 141 lbs. Click here for full results from the weekend.
 

Ellie Meyer, Taylan Olson, Carson McSorley, and Aubrie Fisher raced an 11:41.85 in the women's Distance Medley Relay (DMR) and claimed the 2022 NCAA DIII Indoor Track & Field National Championship in the event.

 

Breya Christopher earned runner-up honors in the women's high jump with a 1.73m jump.

 

Overall, the Wartburg women finished sixth while the men placed 17th at the 2022 championships. Click here for a full recap of the weekend.

 

Wartburg Wind Ensemble silent auction

Join us on March 26, 1:30-4:30 p.m., in the Wartburg Chapel for our Silent Auction and Small Ensemble Recital. Proceeds will fund our American Heartland Tour.

Board reports posted

The President's report to campus following the February Board of Regents meeting and his February report to the Board are now posted on InfoCenter under President's Reports.

 

ATHLETIC TRAVEL

Men's Golf
Monday, March 28: Kirkwood Spring Invite

Baseball
Tuesday, March 29: Depart at 9:45 a.m. to Luther

 

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