"... it turns out that you and I, along with the rest of the general population, are not as polarized as we are made out to be." With the clock ticking down to election day, read the op-ed by Augustana's Dr. Emily Wanless, assistant professor of government and international affairs/political science, from Sunday's Argus Leader.
Dr. Janet Philipp, EdD, RN, has been named Chair of Augustana's Nursing Department. In her new role, Philipp provides executive leadership for the Department, which has a storied, 72-year history of producing top-caliber nurses known for their excellence in patient care, leadership in health care institutions and nursing education, and a commitment to advancing the art and science of nursing through research.
Designed by Augustana Art Instructor John Peters, class of 1976, the light fixtures inside the new $1.25 million Sioux Falls Environmental Center are proof that art can transform an object we use every day and raise awareness about significant global issues like the importance of recycling.
Ten students were inducted into the Augustana chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, the National Communication Association’s official honor society, on Thursday in recognition of outstanding scholastic achievement and interest in the communication discipline.
Augustana student runners raised $500 for Special Olympics South Dakota through the inaugural Langskip 5k, held on Saturday, Oct. 6, during Viking Days.Nearly 200 students, community members, faculty and staff registered for the run, organized by the Augustana Running Club.
An aggressive fundraising campaign has raised more than $1.5 million for the Center for Western Studies' endowment. The campaign was boosted by a $300,000 challenge grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).
Jake Bury, Augustana class of 2012, was awarded the prestigious Nels Andrew Cleven Founder’s Paper Prize by Phi Alpha Theta, the national History Honor Society, for his senior thesis titled "The Church’s War: The Church of England during the Great War."
A recent article in the Denver Post details the DarkSide 50 experiment, a project that includes Augustana undergraduates, Associate Professor of Physics Dr. Andrew Alton and others working to detect dark matter using a large detector, located deep underground, shielded from cosmic rays and other competing processes.
A floor mosaic designed by Augustana's Scott Parsons, associate professor of art, was unveiled earlier today at the Minneapolis-St. Paul International Airport. The 1,800-square-foot floor mosaic features colors and a design that Parsons says reflects Minnesota’s landscape, history and the movement of people through time and space as part of the larger human journey.
Domonique Venzant ’02 planned on a career in medicine or biology research. Then he met Gerry Punt. His story is proof that even the best laid plans are no match for the power of a heart awakened. Learn more about Venzant and his exhibit, “Sine Qua Non” now showing at the Eide/Dalrymple Gallery.