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Augustana Announces 2015 Hall of Fame Class
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.
Film to Feature Augustana Alumna Kendra Gottsleben
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 Princeton Review Again Tabs Augustana Among 'The Best in the Midwest'
The rankings are based on surveys of students about their school's academics, administration, student body and themselves.
Forbes Ranks Augustana Among America's Top Colleges
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.
Make Augustana #MyTopCollege Material
Vikings, show the world why Augustana is special in Forbes magazine's #MyTopCollege social media campaign.
Five Alumni to be Honored at Viking Days
Five Augustana alumni will be honored for outstanding contributions to their fields of endeavor and for exemplifying the College’s core values.
Minnesota Chamber Chooses 1986 Alumnus as New Leader
The Minnesota Chamber of Commerce announced that it has selected Douglas B. Loon '86 as its new president.
In the News: Pastor, 2001 Grad on Supreme Court Marriage Ruling
The Rev. Megan Rohrer, a South Dakota native who graduated in 2001 with a religion major, shared her perspective with the Argus Leader.
Dr. Pam Homan '81 Will Lead New Entrepreneurship Center
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.
Alumna Competes on ‘American Ninja Warrior’
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.
Iconic GSC Dioramas to be on Display at Prehistoric Indian Village
Three large dioramas, iconic hallmarks of the original Gilbert Science Center, were moved to their new location in Mitchell, South Dakota.
Faculty Recognized at Commencement
Dr. Mike Mullin and Dr. Matthew Pehl were recognized for their commitment to teaching and research at Commencement on Saturday, May 23.
Augustana Reflects on #AugieGrad in Images, Tweets
Augustana's Class of 2015 celebrated Commencement Weekend May 21-23 while sharing favorites, lasts and bests over social media.
Class of 2015 Celebrates Commencement
They are more than 400 of tomorrow's doctors, nurses, teachers, artists, innovators, entrepreneurs, pastors and leaders from throughout the U.S. and around the world. See photos and videos.
In the News: 2000 Grad Takes Sharper Look at MS
Dr. Eric Klawiter '00 is exploring ways to diagnose and track multiple sclerosis more accurately with stronger and faster imaging technologies.
Grad's Research Could Improve Astronaut Eyesight
Ophthalmic surgeon John Berdahl '99 is the founder and CEO of a startup medical device company developing a way to control glaucoma — and he's won funding through two recent competitions.
In the News: 'One-Man Orchestra' Noah Hoehn '02
Noah Hoehn '02 first wowed Augustana audiences with his solo blues harmonica performances at Viking Varieties. He just released his debut CD at an April 25 concert with the Augustana Percussion Ensemble, featuring arrangements by Jeremy Hegg '94.
Forward Under 40: More Than 40 Extraordinary Young Alumni
Meet the innovative thinkers, bright entrepreneurs, creative masterminds and compassionate healers who are among the Augustana alumni community's Forward Under 40.
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