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Luther College faculty, staff, students and alumni are invited to join President Ward on Saturday, July 27, and walk in the Nordic Fest Parade. This is an opportunity to participate in a fun community event and show your Luther pride!
Walkers will meet at the fairgrounds by 10:15 a.m. and the parade will begin at 10:30 a.m. Plan to wear a blue Luther shirt and join the sea of blue. Don't have one? No problem, just be sure to indicate your T-shirt size in the sign-up form and one will be provided for you, compliments of the Admissions Office. Contact Alyssa <alyssa.ritter> with questions. Please sign up online to participate in the parade.
TIAA announces individual counseling sessions 8:30 a.m.-4:15 p.m. Wednesday, July 24, and Thursday, July 25; and 8:30 a.m.–12:15 p.m. Friday, July 26. Space is limited. Register online or by calling 800-732-8353 between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. Monday-Friday. Sessions will be held in the Financial Aid Conference Room, Main 27.
Friendship Families needed
Please help welcome 40+ new international students to Luther and Decorah by signing up to be a Friendship Family! Many families have enjoyed it so much they host students again and again! No financial commitment, just a little of your time and fun! Send questions to Amy at <webberam>. Visit the CIES website for more information and to sign up.
Book Shop news
Just arrived in the Book Shop
Chris Norton's newest book, "The Seven Longest Yards: Our Love Story of Pushing the Limits while Leaning on Each Other," is available for purchase in the Book Shop for $20.
Chapel this week
Thank you for supporting chapel throughout the academic year. Weekday Chapel will begin again on the first day of classes this fall, Sept. 4.
Events this week
Friday, July 12: Culinary School for Alumni and Friends, 8 a.m., Luther College; Photography Course for Alumni and Friends, 8 a.m., Luther College; Reunion of Champions, 4 p.m., Luther College
Saturday, July 13: Reunion of Champions, All day, Luther College; Photography School for Alumni and Friends, 8 a.m., Luther College; Culinary Course for Alumni and Friends, 8 a.m., Luther College
Sunday, July 14: Photography School for Alumni and Friends, 8 a.m.; Culinary School for Alumni and Friends, 8 a.m., Luther College
Janet Hunter began her new position as associate dean of student life on July 1.
Celebrations this week
July 9: Tony Mutsune
July 10: Aaron Lurth, Kelly Sorenson, David Thompson, Bobbi-Jo Molokken, Chauncy Eggland
July 11: Terry Ollendieck, Dustin Cote, Mark Potvin
July 12: Brian Caton, Melanie Batoff, Susan Schmidt
July 13: Brad Chamberlain, Steven Holland, Ryan Pederson
July 14: Rachel Faldet
July 15: Cheryl Pellett
July 9: Bryan Nikkel, 5 years
July 10: Giles Teslow, 30 years
July 13: Doreen Bidne, 30 years
90th Birthday Celebration July 13
Retired professors, Richard Ylvisaker (Philosophy) and Phil Reitan (Biology) are celebrating their 90th birthdays with an Open House at Shirley Baker Commons noon-4 p.m. Saturday, July 13. A short program will take place at about 2 p.m. The two men have done this every decade since they were 50. Everyone welcome.
To the friends and family of John Bruemmer '53, who passed away Saturday, July 6, at Gundersen Hospital. John was assistant business manager and assistant treasurer at Luther College from 1956-1967, and treasurer at Luther from 1967-1979. He was also an assistant football coach from 1956-1977. Services are scheduled for Monday, July 15, at Trinity Lutheran Church, 1010 Sill St, La Crosse, Wis. Visitation at 10 a.m. with the service to follow at 11 a.m.
Associate Dean for Student Success (1.0 FTE): A collaborative leader of the Student Success team. Reporting to the Vice President for Institutional Equity and Inclusion and Student Success, the Associate Dean for Student Success will lead the Student Academic Support Center and collaborate with college stakeholders in the re-visioning of student engagement and success. Master's degree in a related field is required as well as five years' experience in academic or student services leadership and administration, and demonstrated experience working with a diversity of students, staff and faculty.
Student Employment Coordinator (1.0 FTE): Working in the Financial Aid Office, the coordinator will be responsible for developing and enhancing student work positions as well as coordinating on-campus and off-campus employment according to federal regulations and established college policies. High school diploma or equivalent required. Bachelor's degree is preferred. Also required is a minimum of three years administrative or program management experience and thorough knowledge of Microsoft Office, specifically Excel.
Visual Media Fellow (non-renewable, 9-month, 40 hours per week): Responsibilities include supervising and mentoring work-study students, graphic design, photography, helping in the production and post-production of video projects, and managing/monitoring an inventory of photo and video equipment. Bachelor's degree preferred, with experience in visual media field a must. Preference goes to candidates with experience working with Photoshop, InDesign, digital SLRs, Final Cut Pro X and basic sound equipment. Experience working with and managing student workers is preferred.
Visual Media Manager (1.0 FTE): Responsible for the direction and creation of innovative digital media to tell the Luther story on the web, social media and traditional media. Bachelor's degree in a related field such as photography, video production, design, communications, journalism or related fields, or equivalent work experience and five years' experience in positions with increasing levels of responsibility required. Must be expert with DSLR cameras, audio equipment, lighting, and editing tools such as Final Cut Pro, Adobe Premier, Lightroom, and Adobe Photoshop.
To view the complete job descriptions and apply for all current openings, please go to the employment website at https://luthercollege.hiretouch.com.
Andy Hageman presented on Infrastructure, Science Fiction, and the novels of Kim Stanley Robinson at the Biennial Conference of the Association for the Study of Literature and Environment. He also co-curated an EcoMedia stream of film screenings, a video game play-in, and a Virtual Reality experience by Stanford University of Ocean Acidification that ran throughout the ASLE Conference.
Xiao Hu and Du Huang recently presented a piano master class and piano duo recital at St. Mary's International School in Tokyo, Japan.
For sale: 2012 Chevrolet Tahoe LT. 4 wheel drive, third row seating, remote start, bluetooth, rearview camera, dual zone climate, rear climate control, hitch, cruise and traction control, power seats, power windows and locks, power sideview mirrors, heated seats, heated sideview mirrors, AM/FM/CD player, AUX input, rear defrost, A/C, power lift gate, day time running lights. Contact <Ihnspa01>.
For sale: Two Jitterbug Great Call flip phones with large numbers. Ideal for seniors wanting simple contract phone. Both barely used, comes with charger and box. One nice Pantech AT&T flip phone with car charger. Asking $40 for each phone. Email <kimpowell> for photos or to see.
For sale: Garmen GPS system. Comes with Garmen unit with screen, car charger, weighted holder for dashboard. Asking $30. Contact <kimpowell>.
For sale: Black labs puppies for sale. Females $600 and males $500. They will be wormed and no shots. The parents are choc labs but the parents had black lab and silver lab in them. They are ready to go. Contact <[email protected]>.
For sale: 2015 Aliner Scout hard-sided popup camper for sale, $6,950. Very light use. Front and rear skylights, A/C, Fantastic roof fan, locking baggage doors, LED interior lights. Front dinette and rear sofa which folds down to a double bed, can sleep 3 adults or 2 adults and 2 kids. Microwave, power strip, coffee maker, water jug included. This is a very efficient unit as intended when we searched for a new camper that could be towed by a 4-cylinder SUV (Honda CR-V). We opted to not have a furnace and water tanks installed to keep weight down and have found that 2.5 or 5 gallon water jugs are plenty adequate for simple cooking and cleanup. And we never did plug in the electric space heater during chilly weather. We carried a porta-potti, too, but that is not included. Contact <[email protected]>.
Free: Picnic table free to first person to pick up. Call or text Kim at 419-8357.
For rent: Quality, upscale, two-bedroom, furnished condo. Newer home with washer, dryer, stove, fridge and Central Air. $950/month includes electric, heat, water, garbage, high speed internet, cable TV. Garage with remote. Snow removal and yard maintenance provided. One month rent plus deposit. Please call 319-560-3676. Great property located on edge of Decorah! One year lease. No pets.
Where is the Bee—
Where is the Blush—
Where is the Hay?
Ah, said July—
Where is the Seed—
Where is the Bud—
Where is the May—
Nay—said the May—
Show me the Snow—
Show me the Bells—
Show me the Jay!
Quibbled the Jay—
Where be the Maize—
Where be the Haze—
Where be the Bur?
Here—said the Year—