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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.
Alumnus Ph.D. Thesis Chosen for 'Thesis of the Year'
Alumnus Rob Ihry ‘08 had his Ph.D. thesis selected for a "Thesis of the Year" award from the University of Wisconsin Graduate Program in cellular and molecular biology.
Alumni Team Up for Children’s Cancer Research
For four years, a young Augustana alumnus has been fulfilling one of his brother’s last requests: to take his nurses out to dinner. March 21 marked the Fourth Annual Nurses Dinner benefiting the JY6 Foundation, a pediatric cancer charity founded by Dane Yde '08 and his family.
Young Augie Alumna Featured in 'Women in Foreign Policy'
The website Women in Foreign Policy recently interviewed independent foreign policy analyst Elise (Rahn) Reifschneider '08. She talks about her Augustana experience, current work and career tips.
Augustana Career Services Provides Job Search Support
Unemployment. One word. Many emotions. Sometimes, through no fault of our own, we may find ourselves facing the most difficult professional circumstances. Augustana's career specialists are eager to support and assist you.
Financial Aid: Beware of Debt Consolidation Scams
Beware of offers that 1) promote loan consolidation, 2) offer to lower your payments, 3) promise loan forgiveness or 4) sound too good to be true. Follow these rules to safeguard your information and your money.
50 Years Later: Remembering Augustana's March for Human Dignity
Augustana alumni and former faculty recalled marching on campus and throughout Sioux Falls in recognition of the events in Selma.
Augustana Alumnus Named Kansas Master Teacher
Reed Uthe '89, a middle school speech and drama teacher, has been selected one of seven Kansas Master Teachers for 2015.
In the News: Alumna Honored as Animal Rights Defender
The Animal Legal Defense Fund named Shari Crouch Kosel '94 one of the Top 10 Animal Defenders during National Justice for Animals Week. She shared her story with the Argus Leader.
In the News: Alumni Father-Daughter Connection
Jeremy Aylward '07 has a special reason to increase heart health awareness: He shares a heart defect with his baby girl. He shared their story with Keloland News.
Augustana Couple: Campus is 'Most Significant Place in Our Relationship'
For Augustana alumni Adam and Sanna (Horsley) Strenge, Augie's 100-acre campus is a special place — they met and got married here. In honor of Valentine's Day, we caught up with them to learn more about their #AugieSweethearts story.
Duluth News Tribune's New Publisher is Augustana Graduate
Neal Ronquist '91 was recently named publisher of the Duluth News Tribune. Read more from the Duluth, Minnesota, newspaper (login required).
  

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