Students in Dr. Reynold Nesiba's J-Term course, "The Political Economy of Thailand," got a firsthand glimpse of the power of political demonstrations during their time in the country last month. Dr. Nesiba shared reflections from the group's time in Thailand with SDPB's Dakota Midday.
For the second consecutive year, 98 percent of recent Augustana graduates seeking employment are working in position related to their major or chosen field. Among graduates who pursued positions in nursing, human services and education, 100 percent are now employed in those fields.
Juniors Christian Einertson, Ellen Ferry, Aimée Fisher, Eric Herst and Erin Williams have been named finalists for the 2014 Peace Scholarship, a prestigious honor featuring a seven-week study at the University of Oslo's International Summer School. The two recipients will be announced on Thursday, Feb. 20.
After surveying alumni and friends following Viking Days 2013, Augustana has announced its decision to move the date of Viking Days 2014 from the previously scheduled Oct. 31-Nov. 2 to Sept. 26-28. More details about this weekend, including plans for an All-Class Reunion recognizing the classes ending in 4 and 9, will be announced soon.
Student members of Angelus (Augustana's women's choir) and the Collegiate Chorale will participate in a performance of Robert Harris' "Gloria" as part of the DCINY Concert Series in Lincoln Center's Alice Kelly Hall on Saturday, May 10, in New York City.
Last week, Augustana students turned a crosstown rivalry into a benefit for those in need. The "Sioux Falls Showdown," a collaborative effort between Augustana and the University of Sioux Falls, featured clothing and food drives and gave students a chance to serve meals at the Banquet.
From move-in day to J-Term, the Class of 2017 is charging through its first year on campus. Take a glimpse at what a 'Day in the Lives' of freshmen Katie Romano and Kellen Klubben looked like during fall semester.
Teacher Nathan Strenge, class of 2009, and two colleagues at the St. Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists strive to be innovators in the math classroom. Recently, their innovation paid off – winning them $10,000 for their school.
Seniors Katelynn Kenney (Box Elder, S.D.) and Matt Stoffel (Sherburn, Minn.) and Augustana's student Stage Crew have advanced in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival's Irene Ryan Acting Competition, held this week at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
Read the Sioux Falls Business Journal report on job opportunities for young professionals in South Dakota and learn about Augustana senior Alex Sproul, a nursing major who will finish his clinicals and an internship in May and will start work as an RN at Sanford Health this summer after passing his boards.