The Front Lines: Augustana Alumnus, South Dakota's Longtime Epidemiologist Shares His Experiences in Public Health
Dr. Lon Kightlinger, Ph.D. '77 will join the Augustana Community for a free webinar on Wednesday, April 15. Kightlinger retired as the South Dakota State Epidemiologist and jumped into working with the Peace Corps in Madagascar. Kightlinger has battled on the front lines of the HIV-AIDS, Ebola, Measles, Pneumonic Plague and the COVID-19 pandemics.
Augustana University announced today it will continue to deliver curriculum online for the remainder of the spring semester and is prioritizing the health and safety of its students and the broader community as the spread of COVID-19 continues to impact Sioux Falls, the state and the nation.
The Center for Western Studies (CWS) and Augustana University have made the difficult decision to postpone the 24th Boe Forum on Public Affairs featuring Drs. Robert Green and Jamie Metzl originally scheduled to be held on Monday, March 23.
Jim Tirrel, day custodian supervisor for building and grounds, says a heart screening available to Augustana employees and his persistent co-workers helped save his life.
As Augustana University begins to implement phases of its Viking Bold: The Journey to 2030 strategic plan, nearly every element of university life could experience energizing change – especially those opportunities related to academics.
According to a newly published report, 99 percent of recent Augustana graduates seeking employment are employed in their major or chosen field.
The Augustana University Department of Religion, Philosophy and Classics is pleased to announce a $100,000 pledge for a new scholarship for philosophy majors, the Ibn Sina Scholarship.
Augustana University today announced that Chloe Bartels '21 and Elizabeth Yoder '21 have been named the 2020 Augustana Peace Scholars.
A new shortened study abroad program allows international students to take Sioux Falls and Augustana for a "test drive" during its four-week January interim — also known as J-Term.
Emily Novotny ’20, who is now an Augustana University alumna, says her dreams have come true after landing an internship at the White House.