Augustana to Benefit from $20 Million Natural Science Foundation Grant

National Science Foundation

Augustana is among a consortium of institutions in South Dakota who will benefit from a $20 million Research Infrastructure Improvement award called “The 2020 Vision: Building Research, Education and Innovation Partnerships for South Dakota” from the National Science Foundation (NSF). Read on to find out more about this exciting opportunity for Augustana.

O’Hara’s Book Looks Downstream and Inward

In his new book, “Downstream: Reflections on Brook Trout, Fly Fishing and the Waters of Appalachia,” Dr. David O’Hara chronicles his journey into the streams and rivers of Maine, Pennsylvania, New York, Kentucky, Tennessee and North Carolina in search of understanding, self-discovery, and fish.

Dr. Dipple on Translating 16th-Century German

Dr. Dipple and "The Fifteen Confederates"

Over the past four years, Dipple has chipped away at a sixteenth-century pro-Reformation German manuscript: translating, interpreting and creating footnotes and references for his students to use. The result? An affordable textbook titled "The Fifteen Confederates."

The Augustana Magazine: Summer 2014

The Augustana magazine

People always ask me, “What’s the best part of your job?” It’s hard to answer that question because, quite honestly, it’s difficult to choose just one thing about being president of this great place we call Augustana that stands out above the rest.

Mathematics Mentor

Augustana's Dr. Martha Gregg believes that creative thinking is a part of math, too — it's why she strives to teach the creative side of mathematics — that the subject demands both “imagination and precise computation.” Read the story about mathematics mentoring at Augustana published by Private University Products and News.

Construction Set to Begin on Froiland Science Complex

Architect's rendering of the Froiland Science Center

Construction is poised to begin on Augustana’s new 125,000-square-foot Froiland Science Complex later this month, the largest and most complex building endeavor in the College’s 154-year history. Phase one of the project includes a 41,000-square-foot addition to the existing Gilbert Science Center.