Rev. Larry Peterson will receive the honorary degree Doctor of Humane Letters and address the graduating class at Augustana’s 149th Commencement Service May 24 at the Sioux Falls Arena.
Amy Hulstein, a junior from Sioux Center, IA, is the recipient of the 2009 Augustana Library Associates Research Award. Her winning paper is entitled “In the Steps of a Soldier: Captured at the Bulge.”
Dr. Robert E. Wright, acclaimed writer and economic historian, has accepted the appointment as Nef Family Chair of Political Economy. Dr. Wright currently serves as Clinical Associate Professor of Economics at the Stern School of Business, New York University.
On May 21, research work completed by current and former Augustana students will be delivered at an invited talk at the American Physical Society (APS) Division of Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics (DAMOP) meeting in Charlottesville, VA.
Sioux Falls Mayor Dave Munson has proclaimed May 14, 2009, as Augustana College and Community Band Day. Twenty-five people attended the first rehearsal in the fall of 1989. Today, there are more than 100 members.
Mark Hecht, Director of Recreational Services at Augustana College, received a Regional Award of Merit from the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) for outstanding contributions made on a regional and statewide basis.
Twenty-seven pastors and other ministry professionals from across South Dakota met at Augustana for the first large group gathering of Together in Ministry South Dakota (TiM) last week.
Augustana College announces a new partnership with Club Colors, Inc. to offer a wide selection of customized, high-quality, Augustana-branded products and apparel for alumni and discerning fans.
Joe Coppock, a senior from Sioux Falls, is the recipient of the Augustana Covenant Award for Excellence. Coppock has pursued a double major—chemistry (ACS) and biology—and will graduate cum laude on May 24.
It's an event that features the 14 graduating seniors in the Augie art department. At the show, you will find everything from classic or traditional styles of work to more contemporary styles.