Six Augustana students have been awarded Fred C. and J. Marie Christopherson Scholarships for the 2017-18 academic year.
In January, 12 students joined Dr. Craig Spencer, professor of biology, and Dr. Dave O’Hara, associate professor of philosophy, for a one-month immersion experience in a real-time living laboratory located nearly 3,000 miles from campus. This is their story.
More than 70 students representing each of Augustana's academic divisions presented their undergraduate research findings on Saturday at the 2017 Arthur Olsen Student Research Symposium.
Meet Austin Krohnke, Cortney Mabry, Katelyn Graber, Alejandro Garcia and Jessica Schmitz, recpients of the 2017 Covenant Awards.
Augustana's nursing program has been ranked the No. 1 program in South Dakota, according to RegisteredNursing.org.
Senior Maria Lavelle has been accepted to NYU’s prestigious Tisch School of the Arts, the country’s preeminent center for the study of the performing, cinematic and emerging media arts. Learn about her passion for film and storytelling.
Augustana nursing students provided free blood pressure checks on Monday to kick off the 2017 Big Squeeze, a community-wide high blood pressure awareness initiative organized by Live Well Sioux Falls.
Meet the 45 students who were recognized in chapel earlier today as nominees for the 2017 Augustana Covenant Awards.
When junior trombonist Matt Watt was named a 2017 winner of Augustana’s premier Concerto-Aria competition following his auditioned performance of “Concerto for Trombone and Orchestra” by Gordon Jacob, people took notice. They noticed his musical talent. But they also noticed something he was missing. Watt was born with a condition called ectrodactyly, a rare limb malformation affecting his hands. Each of his hands has five knuckles, but only one finger. This is his story.
Dr. Shane Scholten, assistant professor of exercise and sport sciences at Augustana, talked with KSFY-News about his research studying the correlation between vitamin D and athletic performance.