Recent graduate Carolyn Johnson '15 has been honored with a national award for her paper "The Sisters of Cheer: A Consideration of South Dakota Women on the World War One Home Front."
Research by Augustana Assistant Professor Jaciel Keltgen and recent grads of her "Health Care Marketing" class is featured in a story examining the way millennials are shifting health care delivery.
Chris Borchardt '12, band director at Brandon Valley High School, was honored as South Dakota's Outstanding Young Music Educator of the Year at a concert Saturday in Rapid City.
Bridget Beck '00, a professional artist and community collaborator, worked with area students on an art project this week to coincide with the opening of her exhibit in Augustana's Eide/Dalrymple Gallery.
Teresa Resch '04 has been named vice president for basketball operations and player development for the Toronto Raptors.
Cheering for the Augustana Vikings as kids, cheer and dance team members, and now alumnae, Karmen and Kirsten Nyberg '14 still cheer for the Vikings, with the only difference being the level of play and the color of the uniform.
This summer, Augustana senior Christian Einertson and junior Kofi Gunu spent seven weeks in Norway as members of the Peace Scholars coalition. On many of their adventures, they joined Augustana students and alumni living in Norway.
Medical student Meredith Reynolds '12 was one of only seven Americans selected for a three-week course dedicated to empowering Haiti's next generation of health professionals.
In August, Augustana announced the addition of its first Office of Graduate and Continuing Education.
In July, Augustana announced plans for the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship, a new initiative designed to build strategic partnerships with industry leaders, business heads and curators of creativity.
Over the next five years, Augustana's physical campus will change dramatically with the addition of new facilities and major enhancements to existing buildings.
The term “university,” officials say, speaks of the breadth of learning already happening on campus for both undergraduate and graduate students, with an emphasis on cutting edge research and leadership, and the direction charted for the institution by its strategic plan.
The 2015 Athletic Hall of Fame class includes three student-athletes who earned All-America recognition. They will be inducted into the Hall of Fame on Friday, Oct. 16.
Augustana alumna Kendra Gottsleben '10 is one of the patients featured in “The Making of Naglazyme,” a documentary film to be shown Friday, Aug. 14, on campus. A Q&A with Gottsleben will follow.
The rankings are based on surveys of students about their school's academics, administration, student body and themselves.
The ranking, Forbes says, is based on value. "Our sights are set directly on ROI: What are students getting out of college," Forbes wrote in its report methodology.
Vikings, show the world why Augustana is special in Forbes magazine's #MyTopCollege social media campaign.
Five Augustana alumni will be honored for outstanding contributions to their fields of endeavor and for exemplifying the College’s core values.
The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce announced that it has selected Douglas B. Loon '86 as its new president.
The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Augustana is a new initiative designed to build strategic partnerships with industry leaders, business heads and curators of creativity.
The Rev. Megan Rohrer, a South Dakota native who graduated in 2001 with a religion major, shared her perspective with the Argus Leader.
Rachel (Munson) Person ’96, a mom of five, got to run the famous "American Ninja Warrior" obstacle course on Mother’s Day. Her episode aired June 22 on NBC.
Three large dioramas, iconic hallmarks of the original Gilbert Science Center, were moved to their new location in Mitchell, South Dakota.