Neil deGrasse Tyson, award-winning astrophysicist, author, and host and narrator of FOX’s "Cosmos," will speak at the Boe Forum on Public Affairs, set for 7:30 p.m. on Monday, March 20.
Nearly 500 alumni, friends and members of the campus community turned out Sept. 23 for the official dedication of the Froiland Science Complex, nearly 50 years to the day of the dedication of Augustana's former science facility, the Gilbert Science Center.
Augustana University President Rob Oliver has announced he will retire on July 31, 2017.
In “Best Colleges: 2017," U.S. News ranked Augustana No. 3 among the "Best Regional Colleges in the Midwest" and No. 2 among regional colleges in the Midwest offering the best value.
For Fall 2016, Augustana’s enrollment grew 5 percent from last year, marking the University’s highest enrollment since 1990.
Augustana University welcomed the Class of 2020 to campus on Saturday, Aug. 27, in person and on social media while alumni of all ages shared photos and memories of their own Move-In Day.
Dr. Jackie Howell, professor emerita of nursing, died on Sunday, Aug. 21. Howell served Augustana from 1967 to 2002 and again from 2005 to 2009.
Matthew Housiaux, a 2016 Augustana graduate who majored in journalism and history, has been named a Paul Miller Washington Reporting Fellow by the National Press Foundation.
Last spring, Augustana initiated a pilot alumni mentoring program with 10 alumni and student pairs. This year, Augustana is expanding this program to include more student/alumni pairings.
Augustana University athletics has announced that six individuals have been selected for induction into the Augustana Athletics Hall of Fame on Friday, Oct. 14.
The Vikings will take on the Blue Devils at historic Cameron Indoor Stadium on Friday, Nov. 4, as Duke University continues its tradition of inviting the previous year's NCAA Division II National Champion to Durham, North Carolina, for an exhibition game.
Zak Carchedi '15 is competing in the world championship for CrossFit, the CrossFit Games, July 19-24 in California. He spoke with the Argus Leader about what led him to the fitness program's highest level.
Last summer, Leah Hiller '15 flew to the Island of Tobal – a tropical place with no running water, no plumbing and solar-powered electricity – teaching second through eighth graders through an organization called WorldTeach.
The Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Augustana University today announced details for Ready to Launch, a new program designed for entrepreneurs who want to learn business planning skills.
The Sioux Falls Business Journal's Monday Q&A features Mandy Bell, quality and innovation officer for Avera eCare and 2006 graduate of Augustana University. While she thought she was headed toward an academic calling, Bell's first college internship exposed her to other opportunities.
The Sioux Falls Business Journal features Michael Anderson, legal counsel at First Dakota Title and 2010 Augustana graduate. He enjoys being part of the city's growth — and cheering for Augustana basketball.
These new college graduates from the Class of 2016 have big plans. See our photo gallery to find out what our graduates have planned for the future.
Adrienne (Hoverstadt) McKeown, class of 2000, has been chosen to lead the Augustana University Alumni Association as its new director.
Dr. M.C. “Terry” Hokenstad, Augustana Class of 1958 and distinguished university professor at Case Western Reserve University, will deliver the Commencement Address at the ceremony recognizing the Augustana Class of 2016 on Saturday, May 21, at the Sioux Falls Arena.
From our new Faculty Forums to the Sanford Institute of Philanthropy to innovative workshops and summer courses, Augustana University offers many opportunities for life-long learning.
Augustana University senior CJ Ham agreed to a free agent contract with the Minnesota Vikings, the National Football League club announced May 10.
Kaeti Hinck '07 leads the data team within the graphics department at The Washington Post. We caught up with Hinck to learn more about her career and her Augustana experiences.
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.
Meet Tricia Halling ’02, assistant general counsel at the New York City Housing Development Corporation.
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.
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.
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.