The Minneapolis/St. Paul Business Journal
recently announced its 2014 class of CFO of the Year award winners and named Lois (Van Dam) Martin '85, CFO of Ceridian Corp., among them. Read more.
Dec. 2 is #GivingTuesday — a global day of giving that follows Thanksgiving, Black Friday and Cyber Monday. Join us in giving the gift of an Augustana education.
Augustana has been named to the list of 2015 Military Friendly Schools, a distinction honoring the top 15 percent of colleges, universities and trade schools in the country that are doing the most to embrace America’s military service members, veterans, and spouses.
The Sioux Falls Startup Weekend, an event designed for budding entrepreneurs, held its second-annual competition Nov. 7-9 and for the second year in a row, Augustana graduates have been a part of the winning team.
Trustees are elected every December by delegates to the annual meeting of the Augustana College Association. To nominate a prospective member to the Augustana Board of Trustees, fill out this nomination form
Dr. Thayne Munce '98, a sports medicine specialist at Sanford Health in Sioux Falls, is leading a group of researchers studying 7th- and 8th-grade football players and the effects of head injuries on young athletes.
Alexandra Hurney '11, an abstract expressionist, is working on becoming a full-time artist. An event at the Washington Pavilion let the public see her work in progress.
Nate White '00 — Horizon Award 2013 recipient
, former Augustana men's basketball team captain, and current COO of Sanford Health — earned another distinction: Modern Healthcare
"Up & Comer."
Gifts and commitments to the Momentum Augustana Campaign amounted to $121,437,279, making it the largest fundraising effort in the College’s 154-year history.
Laura Neary '00 was at an Iowa Hawkeyes football game when her sister called her attention to the scoreboard. There was a message for her from her husband, U.S. Air Force pilot Major Eric Flattem, who is stationed in the Middle East for a year.
With election day less than a month away, we caught up with South Dakota gubernatorial candidate Susan Jones Wismer ‘78 and her running mate Susy Blake ‘93 to learn more about their time at Augustana and how it prepared them for the campaign trail.
Poetry got Karin B. Miller '87 through a period of double uncertainty — her husband's cancer diagnosis and her pregnancy with their first child. She was inspired to collect the poetry of others coping with cancer in what are now two volumes called The Cancer Poetry Project.
The Class of 1964 showed their school spirit during their 50th class reunion over Viking Days, presenting President Rob Oliver with a check for $58,588.50 – the sum of gifts from 68 members of the class.
Thousands gathered Sept. 26-28 to celebrate Viking Days 2014. See the recap video and view photos!
Students will learn from alumni and regional industry leaders, who are invited to present their experiences for students in various Augustana classrooms over Viking Days weekend.
In retirement, former Minnehaha County state's attorney Dave Nelson '73 continues to serve on nonprofit boards, work on local political campaigns — and tout the value of an Augustana education.
National College Colors Day kicks off the college fall sports season each year. On campus and off, Vikings donned their Augustana blue and gold and wore it proudly for College Colors Day, Aug. 29.
Kara Dirkson '98 will become the new director of the Visual Arts Center at the Washington Pavilion beginning Sept. 29.
Western Carolina University’s new associate vice chancellor for student affairs and dean of students, Kevin Koett '89, says Augustana built the foundation of his care and concern for students.
An Augustana alumna has taken her place among royalty. South Dakota royalty that is. Dr. Yvonne (Riswold) DeWitte ‘92 is this year’s Mrs. South Dakota.
Wear your Augustana gear to work, school or wherever you are on Aug. 29 to celebrate College Colors Day — then share your photos on social media using the hashtags #CollegeColors #GoViking.
See highlights from Viking Days 2013 and catch the homecoming spirit! Then make plans to come home again and celebrate Viking Days 2014, Sept. 26-28.
Registration closes Sept. 18. Learn more and register.
Augustana is listed among 158 premier institutions The Princeton Review recommends in its "Best in the Midwest" section of its website feature, "2015 Best Colleges: Region by Region."
In recognition of their efforts to serve, inspire and improve our world, Augustana will present eight alumni with the Alumni Achievement Award during Viking Days this fall.
Dr. Megan (Juran) Smith '07 is from the small West River town of Burke, South Dakota — and thanks to her, it's a town that has a medical doctor for the first time in 15 years.
Our website provider, iModules, sent "Hashie" to client colleges and universities ahead of its annual user conference, and staff from the Augustana Advancement Office got to show him around.
Justin Ehrman '92 founded Compassion Song to provide music education for families who otherwise couldn't afford it. He recently spoke to KDLT News about his organization's summer workshops.
Katherine (Seedorf) Fick '02 has been called to serve as associate college pastor at St. Olaf College. She will begin working with the St. Olaf Student Congregation Friday, Aug. 1.
Maren Peterson ’11 is finishing up a year-long assignment at American Pacific International School in Chiang Mai, Thailand — a job she found from a referral by Dr. Reynold Nesiba at Augustana.
Dr. James T. Brunz '94 is a pain medicine physician at Orthopedic Institute in Sioux Falls. As a fellowship trained intervention pain physician he has extensive experience in neuromodulation therapy.
Dr. Carmen Manning, a 1989 Augustana graduate, has been named the next dean of the College of Education and Human Sciences at the University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire following a national search.
Jill (Schneider) McManus '00 has crafted a career in software development and project management. She's now a senior information technology project manager at CNA Surety in Sioux Falls.