In this devotion, George Carlson ’71 M.Div. writes that when God speaks, we know our identity. Read today’s God Pause.
Archives for January 5, 2023
The Qualtrics User Group for faculty and staff will meet today from 12:00 to 1:00 p.m. Central on Zoom. Get updates on how to use this tool for data collection, analysis, surveys, assessments, and more. Bring your questions and get help with your current data projects.
Qualtrics User Group
12:00–1:00 p.m. Central
Thursday, January 5
Online via Zoom
Contact Tessa Pinkstaff at firstname.lastname@example.org with questions or to be added to the monthly user group meeting invitation, which includes the Zoom link.
During our January Intensives (1/9-21) response to event bookings will be slower than normal. If you need response sooner than 3 business days, please self-service and visit the EMS calendar to check rooms for availability. Thank you for your patience during this busy time!
Join us for the Eco-Faith Stuff Exchange!
When: 1st Winterm RFS: January 9–13
Where: All week, open all day in OCC – tables in the “triangle area” in the upper part of OCC, across from the Cafe
What: Everyone is invited to participate in the Stuff Exchange! Simply bring gently used items to contribute if you have them (no contribution necessary to take items home) and take home items that you would use. It will be our own thrift shop. Let’s exchange to prevent unnecessary purchases and waste. Distributed Learning students – pack something to exchange if you have room! Bags to carry items home will be provided.
Items for the Stuff Exchange may include: clothing, books, small appliances, picture frames, video games, instruments–whatever! Please make sure items are clean (please wash before bringing clothes) and usable. Please no swimwear or undergarments. Leftover items will be donated Friday night after the RFS.
On Tuesday, January 10, make sure to attend chapel at 11 a.m. to listen to Dr. Padgett preach on an Eco-Faith theme then join us for a reception afterwards in the OCC Cafe with hot drinks and baked goods–let’s celebrate the abundance of community together!
Please bring your own coffee mug if you can! Compostable cups, utensils, and plates will be provided.
Students – If you have not yet completed your boundary workshop requirement you can register here for the hybrid Part I of the Boundary Workshop Training* on Wednesday, January 18, from 6–7:30 p.m. CST.
*This academic year, the Healthy Boundaries Workshop is divided into two parts. Part I is a synchronous training (in person or on Zoom – format indicated in registration form) and Part II is an asynchronous training completed in a Moodle course. Completion of BOTH Part I and Part II are required in order to fulfill the Boundary Workshop requirement.
The holiday season is a time for gifts and often those gifts are new phones. When moving to a new phone, ensuring your Duo Mobile is working will be important as Duo Mobile is required to access online services like email and moodle. You could be unable to access these online services until your Duo Mobile is re-setup.
Here’s some tips for a smooth phone transition:
1) Use the iCloud backup and restore feature of your iPhone when moving your phone apps and data to a new iPhone. Tutorial
This will likely ensure Duo Mobile will still be registered in your new phone. This assumes your phone number is staying the same. Android phones may not transfer automatically.
2) If you run into trouble and still have your old phone, you can enroll your new phone. Keep in mind you will need to use your old phone to approve your login in order to enroll the new phone. Keep your old phone on WiFi to receive the Duo prompt.
3) Set up Duo Restore in the Duo Mobile app by following these directions.
You can always contact the Help Desk https://inside.luthersem.edu/technology/contact/ for help. With the seminary closed over the holiday break, responses will be delayed.