News & Events
Ever wondered about “The Effects of Facebook on Memory” or “Stress and Sleep Difficulties: Differences Between College Majors” or how one goes about “Fighting Cancer With Broccoli”? Research and discoveries related those questions and many others were shared by Augustana undergraduate student researchers Saturday afternoon at the 2015 Arthur Olsen Student Research Symposium, held in the Humanities Center on campus.
Elisa Berndt, Aimée Fisher, Megan Raposa, Thomas Elness and Lance Shaull were named the 2015 Covenant Award recipients at a ceremony tonight on campus.
Thirty-one students were recognized in chapel earlier today as nominees for the 2015 Augustana Covenant Awards.
Better Together Augustana College (BTAC) brings together students from diverse faith traditions in order to form relationships with others that are respectful, empathetic and informed. Finding common ground in respect, teamwork, service, justice and compassion, BTAC believes that our differences are valuable, that our diverse talents as individuals can be powerfully collaborated, and that as a team of equally respected individuals, we are Better Together for our community.
Members of the Augustana community joined together this morning to raise awareness for sexual violence.
Augustana's choral ensembles worked together to raise awareness for breast cancer while two conductors' wives battled the disease.
Join Augustana's campaign to end sexual violence on campus. During the month of April, various events comprise our month of Sexual Assault Awareness Month programming.
Senior Jennifer Kvigne, a Spanish and education major from Wagner, South Dakota, has been named a recipient of a 2015 Sigma Delta Pi Undergraduate Study Abroad Award from the National Collegiate Hispanic Honor Society.
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.