• A Mother-Daughter Exhibition: Marion Toillion and Kathy Sigle


    The artwork of Spearfish, SD, artists Marion Toillion and her daughter Kathy Sigle is on display at the Center for Western Studies. The exhibit will be on display in the Madsen, Nelson, and Elmen Galleries at the Center through September 5.

  • Sioux Falls Business Conference "Ready to Rebound"

    The Sioux Falls Business Journal and Augustana College are pleased to announce the first Sioux Falls Business Conference “Ready to Rebound” to be held Wednesday, June 3, 2009.

  • Augustana Student Invitational Exhibit


    The exhibit at Eide/Dalrymple Gallery features work from twelve student artists and encompasses the full range of mediums taught at Augustana: sculpture, drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, graphic design and digital photography.

  • College/Community Concert Band in Anniversary Performance


    The Augustana College/Community Concert Band celebrates its 20th anniversary in concert on May 14 at 7:30 p.m. in the Elmen Center. The concert is free and open to the public. A reception follows the performance.

  • Augustana's Symposium on Philosophical Naturalism


    Dr. Charles Taliaferro of St. Olaf College is a Christian philosopher of religion who has been a Visiting Scholar at Oxford, Princeton, Columbia, and New York University. He will be the keynote today Augustana's Philosophy Club will host a Symposium on Philosophical Naturalism.

  • Free Public Lectures on Indian Philosophy

    On Tuesday, May 5, Dr. David Scott will give two lectures on Indian Philosophy. Dr. Scott taught philosophy in Bangalore, India for 40 years and is the author of a number of books and articles on Indian thought.

  • Free Public Lecture "Muhammad Ali: The Making of an Icon"


    Dr. Michael Ezra of Sonoma State University, a specialist in the African American experience and civil rights, will be visiting campus for a free public lecture titled, "Muhammad Ali: The Making of an Icon."

  • Keynote Speaker to Address DNA, Genome Research

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    Alan E. Guttmacher, MD, the acting director of the National Human Genome Research Institute at the National Institutes of Health, is the keynote speaker at the Augustana Symposium.

  • Alumna to Perform at Autism Event


    Amy Ostrem Dresch, Augustana class of 1991, will perform at the second annual Arms Around Autism on Saturday, April 25, at the Children’s Care Hospital & School facility at 2501 W. 26th Street in Sioux Falls.

  • Abraham Lincoln is Theme of Dakota Conference


    During his administration, President Lincoln brought fundamental change to the Northern Plains.  Among the 80 presenters from 15 states discussing these changes and their consequences will be several scholars.