Kaeti Hinck '07 leads the data team within the graphics department at The Washington Post. We caught up with Hinck, who was a journalism and religion major, to learn more about her career and her Augustana experiences.
Meet Tricia Halling ’02, assistant general counsel at the New York City Housing Development Corporation.
Meet Tyler Coverdale '12, clerk for the South Dakota Supreme Court. We caught up with Coverdale to learn more about his position and his Augustana experiences.
On April 20, 1993, Scott Peters ‘77 and his colleague presented their case, Austin v. United States, to the United States Supreme Court and came out after the argument believing they had lost.
Holding the title of U.S. Navy JAG officer has given Jen Buyske ‘07 the opportunity to serve and advocate for many people all over the world.
Meet Erik Jensen, Augustana class of 1977. He’s lived and worked in Sri Lanka, the Philippines, Pakistan and the United States.
She’s spent her career in family law. Meet JoMarie Alexander, Augustana class of 1983.
A new report by Forbes features the Sanford Institute of Philanthropy at Augustana University, an initiative designed to dramatically increase the impact of charitable organizations in the U.S.
Follow the Augustana men's basketball team and fans worldwide from the Elite Eight to the NCAA Division II national championship, as told through the best of your social media posts.
Members of The Augustana Choir will perform with music icon Barry Manilow during the superstar's upcoming concert at the Denny Sanford Premier Center in Sioux Falls. The event is set for 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 6.
Congratulations to the Augustana men's basketball team on winning the NCAA DII National Championship for the first time in program history! Watch videos from the road to the championship.
The 2016 Arthur Olsen Student Research Symposium will feature a keynote by alumna Dr. Cari Lee Skogberg Eastman '96 on "Analyzing Myths and Realities of the Contemporary U.S. Immigration Debate."
The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Augustana announced details for its new Entrepreneurial Mindset Academy, an eight-week program designed to help participants think like entrepreneurs.
Bob Wendland '10 and Luke Tatge '09, with the help of fellow alumni, friends, current students and professors, presented a staged reading of selections from their original musical "Salem" Feb. 26 at Augustana.
The Augustana Choir, under the direction of Dr. Paul Nesheim, will perform in Iowa, Missouri, and Texas, March 17-23. A home concert is also planned for Sunday, April 3, at the Washington Pavilion in Sioux Falls.
In the wake of today’s news that U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has died, Augustana University officials have announced that the Boe Forum on Public Affairs, originally planned for Wednesday, March 9, has been canceled. Justice Scalia was to have been the featured speaker at the 20th Boe Forum.
A new theatre company is joining the Sioux Falls arts scene, and its first production, opening this week, stars a recent Augustana graduate: Executive Director Matthew Stoffel '15, co-founder of Monstrous Little Theatre Company.
Some took January to study abroad. Others took required courses and electives only available during Interim. All the alumni who looked back on #AugieJTerm with us had fond memories to share on social media.
High school English teacher Kelsey (Aakre) Buchholz '08 said she had the "quintessential Wheel experience" as a contestant on the nationally televised game show "Wheel of Fortune."
Dr. Scott Boyens '90, a family medicine physician in Sioux Falls, is the new leader of a local health system's global initiative to develop clinics in areas lacking adequate primary care services.
Antonin Scalia, the longest-serving justice on the United States Supreme Court, will speak at the 20th Boe Forum on Public Affairs, set for Wednesday, March 9, 2016. The event is free and open to the public; however, tickets are required.
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.