events

Highlights

  • Nov. 16: National Geographic Photographer Annie Griffiths to Speak on Campus

    Annie Griffiths, one of National Geographic’s first female photographers and an artist known around the globe, will discuss her life, career and experiences in a discussion titled “Connect with Anybody, Anywhere" at 8 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 16, in Kresge Recital Hall. The event coincides with “International Education Week” at Augustana, a collection of programs, meals and discussions that celebrate global diversity. 

  • Nov. 15: "An Evening of Opera"

    Opera Theatre selections from the classical period through the 20th century — scenes from some of the world's most famous and beloved operas — will be featured in "An Evening of Opera" beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 15, in Kresge Recital Hall.

  • Nov. 14-19: Augustana Celebrates International Education Week (IEW)

    Augustana will celebrate the global perspectives and cultural diversity alive on campus during “International Education Week,” Nov. 14-18. In addition to ethnic foods and educational forums, award-winning National Geographic Photographer Annie Griffiths will be on campus to discuss how to "Connect with Anybody, Anywhere."

  • Nov. 12: Band Festival Concert to Feature Area Musicians

    The 54th annual Augustana College Band Festival Concert will be held in the Mary V. Sommervold Hall of the Washington Pavilion at 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 12. The Festival features over 300 musicians from area high schools.

     

  • Nov. 11: Veterans Day Service

    Augustana's Union Board of Governors and Campus Ministries are co-sponsoring a Veterans Day Service to honor the lives of those who have served and those who are currently serving at 10 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 11, in the Chapel of Reconciliation

  • Nov. 9: Former President of Ireland, Human Rights Advocate Mary Robinson to Speak at Augustana

    The Center for Western Studies at Augustana College has announced that Mary Robinson, the first woman president of Ireland and former United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, will speak at the 2011 Boe Forum on Public Affairs. Robinson’s address, “World Hunger and Poverty,” will begin at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 9, in the Elmen Center, located at 2505 S. Grange Ave. on the Augustana campus.

  • Nov. 8: Film on Anatomy of Hate - A Dialogue to Hope

    Augustana's Multicultural Programming will present a documentary film by Mike Ramsdell, "The Anatomy of Hate: A Dialogue to Hope," at 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 8, in Kresge Recital Hall. The event is free and open to the public.

  • Nov. 5: Second Annual South Dakota Philosophy Convention

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    The second annual South Dakota Philosophy Convention will be held at Augustana from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., on Saturday, Nov. 5, in the Humanities building, room 123. This year's Convention will feature presentations from Drs. Paul Anders, Leroy Meyer, Greg Peterson, Stephen Minister and Joseph Tinguely.

  • Nov. 4: Fall Band Concert to Feature Dallas Symphony's Greg Hustis

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    The Augustana Band will perform alongside guest soloist Greg Hustis, principal horn of the Dallas Symphony Orchestra, and the Augustana College/Community Concert Band at its Fall Concert, set for 7:30 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 4, at the Brandon Valley Performing Arts Center.

  • Nov. 2: Tour to Discuss North Korean Humanitarian Crisis

    For decades, volatile North Korea has been considered to be among the world’s most secretive societies. And, while its global security issues generally dominate the headlines, another story is brewing inside the country’s borders. “The Reliance Tour” will discuss North Korea's humanitarian and refugee crisis at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 2, in Kresge Recital Hall.