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April 3, 2013
 
 
 
Campus Calendar

Ongoing: French Conversation Table, Tuesdays 10:00-10:45 a.m., HUM 325. All skill levels are welcome.

Through May 18: Gallery Exhibit, "Native Soul: The Artwork of Jerry Fogg," Center for Western Studies.

April 5: Morning Worship, Miranda Nelson, senior speaker, 10 a.m., Chapel of Reconciliation.

April 5: Biology seminar: "Riparian Gallery Forest Decline in Devils Tower, Wyoming: Causation and management techniques for restoration," Jacob Anderson '11, Montana State University, 3 p.m., GSC 101.

April 5: Rendezvous, international student presentations on Brazil, 3 p.m., Back Alley.

April 5: Gallery Reception, "Mythic Images of New Guinea, 5-8 p.m., comments from Dr. Adrien Hannus start at 6 p.m., Eide/Dalrymple Gallery.

April 5: UBG Big Event concert, featuring Macklemore & Ryan Lewis, 7 p.m., Elmen Center.

April 5-6: Theatre: ACTS presents "Nightmare on Student Street," 7:30 p.m. & 9 p.m., Mary Hart Acting Studio.

April 7: Morning Worship, Pr. Ann, 11 a.m., Chapel of Reconciliation.

April 7: Catholic Mass, 8 p.m., Chapel of Reconciliation.

April 8: Morning Worship, Fr. Kevin O'Dell, with special music from the Collegiate Chorale, 10 a.m., Chapel of Reconciliation.

April 8: Summer registration begins.

April 8: Biology seminar: "Cystinosis: from the gene to a potential therapy," Dr. Stephanie Cherqui, University of California at San Diego, 3 p.m., GSC 101.

April 10-11: Mobile Mammogram Unit on campus. Contact Amy Meyers with your preferred date/time, phone number, physician, date/location of last mammogram and address. Additional paperwork will be mailed to you after your appointment has been scheduled.

April 10: Holy Communion, Pr. Jeanette Clark, with special music by the Brass Choir, 10 a.m., Chapel of Reconciliation.

April 11-14: Siouxland Trombone Festival, featuring Joseph Alessi, principal trombone of the New York Philharmonic at a closing concert, 2 p.m., Sunday, April 14, Kresge Recital Hall.

April 11: Two Speakers on Theme of "China and Globalization," featuring at 3 p.m. in Humanities 123, Dr. Emily McRae on "Metabolizing Anger: A Solution to the Problem of Moral Anger,” and at 7 p.m. in Humanities 301, New York Times best-selling author Da Chen.

April 12-13: SD Academy of Science Annual Meeting, featuring a keynote address on "Connectomics: Mapping Neural Connections with MRI to Study Neurologic Disease" by alumnus Dr. Eric Klawiter '00, assistant professor of Neurology for Harvard Medical School, 8 p.m., GSC 100.

April 12: Morning Worship, Dylan West, senior speaker, 10 a.m., Chapel of Reconciliation.

April 12: Thought Leader Forum, Hannah Miller '12, "The Dirty Little Secret: Human Trafficking in South Dakota," 11:30 a.m., CJ Callaway's.

April 12: Rendezvous, international student presentations on England & China, 3 p.m., Back Alley.

April 13: Biology seminar, featuring a keynote address on "Connectomics: Mapping Neural Connections with MRI to Study Neurologic Disease" by alumnus Dr. Eric Klawiter '00, assistant professor of Neurology for Harvard Medical School, 8 p.m., GSC 100.

April 13: Saturdays at CWS, "Digital Photography" with Gene Smith, 10-11 a.m., Center for Western Studies.

April 13: Collegiate Chorale Concert, 3 p.m., Chapel of Reconciliation.

April 13: Augustana Dance Marathon, Noon to 10 p.m., Elmen Center.

April 14: Morning Worship, Alex Natwick, senior speaker, 11 a.m., Chapel of Reconciliation.

April 14: Siouxland Trombone Festival, featuring Joseph Alessi, principal trombone of the New York Philharmonic at a closing concert, 2 p.m., Kresge Recital Hall.

April 15-19: Registration for Fall 2013.

April 15: Morning Worship, Pr. Paul , 10 a.m., Chapel of Reconciliation.

April 16: RSA Luncheon, Dr. Cory Conover, "The Empire: The politcal message of Catholic sermons in colonial Mexico," 12 p.m., $2, 3-in-1 Room.

April 16: Opera Theatre, "Opera in 3-D: Drama, Deceit, and Disguise," 7:30 p.m., Kresge Recital Hall.

April 17: Holy Communion, Pr. Paul, Dr. Leigh Vicens, presider, with special music from Angelus, 10 a.m., Chapel of Reconciliation.

April 17: Academy for Seniors, "Tradition, Innovation and the Sacred Global Frame Drums," Dr. John Pennington, 12:30 p.m., 3-in-1 Room.

April 18-19: Books & More Sale, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. on April 18 and from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m. on April 19, Center for Western Studies.

April 18: Film, "Inocente: Homeless. Creative. Unstoppable." 10-11 a.m., Back Alley.

April 18: Band Concert, featuring the Augustana Band and the College/Community Band, 7:30 p.m., Washington Pavilion.

April 19: Morning Worship, Brooke Walker, senior speaker, 10 a.m., Chapel of Reconciliation.

April 19: Rendezvous, international student presentations on Pakistan & Kenya, 3 p.m., Back Alley.

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Commencement 2013: May 24-25

Faculty/staff, friends and family are invited to join us on Friday and Saturday, May 24-25, to celebrate the many accomplish-
ments of our graduating seniors and to take part in a full weekend of festivities. See the full schedule of events.

Friday, May 24

  • Reception for Civitas
    Graduates

    1 p.m., Center for
    Western Studies

  • Nurse Pinning
    Ceremony

     4 p.m., Our Savior's
    Lutheran Church
    Reception to follow.

  • Senior Celebration
    6:30 p.m., Ramkota
    Hotel Exhibit Hall
    Tickets required.
    Tickets are $15 for
    Faculty/Staff.
    Use promo code
    celebr813.

Saturday, May 25

  • Baccalaureate
    10 a.m., Elmen Center.

  • Brunch
    11 a.m., Ordal Dining
    Room,
    Morrison Commons.
    Tickets required.

  • Commencement
    2 p.m., Elmen Center.
    Doors open for seating
    at 1 p.m.

 
 
Augustana womens basketball team Celebrating Our Student Athletes

Following its most successful season in team history and its first-ever appearance in the Elite Eight, the Augustana women's basketball ended the season ranked No. 4 in the final USA Today Sports Coaches’ Poll. The Vikings returned home last week after finishing the season 28-7, making it to the national semifinals in San Antonio.

Congratulations to Coach Krauth, his staff, and to the exceptional student athletes who represent the women’s basketball team. Learn more about how fellow students supported the team during their historic run.

 
 

CAMPUS NEWS

Service Award, Retirement Recognition Set for April 24

The Augustana College Community is invited to attend the 2013 Augie Pride Award and Service Award Presentations along with acknowledging this year's retirements. This event is scheduled for 2-4 p.m. on Wednesday, April 24, in the Ordal Dining Room. The program will begin at 3 p.m.

In the spirit of this annual occasion, the following individuals will be recognized:

  • Past Augie Pride winners:
    Mike Wajer (1999), Glenn Wika (1999), Mark Hecht (2000), Larry Borgum (2001), Stan Eitreim (2002), Judy Dovenmuehler (2003), Nancy Davidson (2004), Butch Huizenga (2005), Mary Jane Minnig (2006), Carol Weisz (2007), Donn Grinager (2008), Dianne Hammrich (2009), Peg Ustad (2009), Mary Moline (2010), Marsha Brooks (2011), Tracy Riddle (2011), and Adam Heinitz (2012).
  • Milestone Service Awards:
    • 10 Years of Service:
      Tom Billeter (Athletics), Raybecca Fiala (Education), Dr. Patrick Hicks (English/Journalism), Dr. Mary Isaacson (Nursing), Jane Schroeder (Business Office), John Tomkins (Music), and Doug Townsend (Buildings and Grounds).
    • 15 Years of Service:
      Dr. Julie Ashworth (Education), Kay Dahlquist (Advancement), Bob Hall (Athletics), David Kahl (Buildings and Grounds), Dr. Sheryl Feinstein (Education), Dr. Jeffrey Miller (English/Journalism), Linda Palmer (Archeology), Juli Peterson (Athletics), Jason Reitmeier (Athletics), Dr. David Sorenson (Economics), Dr. Bill Swart (Sociology), Ann Vogelmann (Biology), and Dr. Mike Wanous (Academic Affairs).
    • 20 Years of Service:
      Donn Grinager (International Programs), Tom Shields (Art), Karren Melik-Stepanov (Music), Dr. Sherry Barkley (HPER), and Brian Gerry (Athletics).
    • 25 Years of Service:
      Dr. Susan Schrader (Sociology), Laine Halverson (Financial Aid), Rob Joyce (Music), Judy Knadel (Campus Learning Center), Dr. Stephan Lhotzky (Modern Foreign Languages), Mary Jane Minnig (Social Science Division), and Vern Thompson (Buildings and Grounds).
    • 30 Years of Service:
      Ed Lueck (Archeology), Lynette Rossum (Archeology), Marlys Vant Hul (Gilbert Science Division), and Gerry Punt (Art).
    • 35 Years of Service:
      Nancy Dickinson (English/Journalism), and
      Brad Heegel (Advancement).
    • 45 Years of Service:
      Glenn Wika (Information Technology).
  • Retirements: Kay Dahlquist (Advancement), Nancy Dickinson (English/Journalism), Dr. Karen Fritz (Nursing), Carol LaCroix (Chapel), Dr. Glenda Sehested (Sociology), and Julie Simko (Education) and M. Solveig Steen (Music).

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