• Through Films, Turning Hate into Tolerance

    The Center for Equality and Augustana's Gay-Straight Alliance will present two documentary films by Erin Davies, "Fagbug" and "Living Proof," at 7 p.m. on Thursday, Aug. 18, in the Gilbert Science Center.

  • Augustana Summer Visit Days


    Put Augustana on your summer itinerary! Our Summer Visit Programs include a guided walk around campus, the opportunity to hear about the Augustana experience from students and professors, and a picnic lunch.

  • Memorial and Celebration for Tracy Riddle


    A memorial service and celebration of Associate Dean of Students Tracy Riddle’s life is planned for 2 p.m. on Tuesday, July 26, at Augustana’s Chapel of Reconciliation. Please join us.

  • Summer Conferences and Events


    During the summer, Augustana is home to numerous conferences, camps, and events. This week's events include camps for soccer, running, and guitar, as well as a summer visit day, and more.

  • JazzFest Jazz Camp for Students July 12-16

    Jazz Camp is July 12-16 for students who have completed grades 7-12. Campers have the opportunity to study and participate in jazz theory, history of jazz, combo rehearsal, big band rehearsal, lessons, concerts, master classes and evening concerts with faculty, guests and students.

  • Jazz Diversity Project and Dakota Jazz Collective


    In celebration of the 2011 JazzFest Jazz Camp next week, there will be a public performance of the Jazz Diversity Project/Dakota Jazz Collective on Tuesday, July 12, from 6:30-7:30 p.m. in Augustana’s Kresge Recital Hall.

  • Midwest Conference on Deaf Education to be held July 11-12


    The Midwest Conference on Deaf Education will be held on the Augustana College campus July 11-12 and will feature speakers, workshops, vendors and a film showing.

  • Discover the Past at Archeology Days


    You Are Invited to Discover the Past: It’s Beneath Your Feet! With hands-on events at the site, Archeology Days is Saturday and Sunday, July 9-10, at the Mitchell Prehistoric Indian Village in Mitchell, S.D.

  • Mid-America Youth Basketball Tournament Begins Friday


    Seventy-three teams made up of boys and girls from 3rd grade to 12th grade will participate in the Mid-America Youth Basketball (MAYB) Tournament scheduled for July 8-10 in the Elmen Center.

  • Alumna Returns to Campus to Present Research Seminar

    Alumna Kelsie Betsch, class of 2005, will speak about her award-winning Ph.D. research at 1:30 p.m. in the Gilbert Science Center. Betsch, who recently graduated from the University of Virginia, has studied the control of molecular dynamics using ultrafast laser pulses.