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In the News: 'Augie Grad Joins Physics Elite'

Read the Argus Leader story on Bethany Jochim, class of 2011, a recipient of the prestigious Leroy Apker Award, the top undergraduate honor awarded by the American Physical Society (APS).

In the News: 'Boe Speaker Gem of Ireland'

They've studied Ireland extensively, including its history, culture and political structure. Dr. Peg Preston (history); Dr. Patrick Hicks (English); and Dr. Bill Swart (sociology), spoke with the Argus Leader about why this year's Boe Forum speaker is such an influential world leader and how her work changed Ireland.

Q&A With President, Human Rights Advocate Mary Robinson

Before she addressed a crowd of 2,100 at the Elmen Center for the 2011 Boe Forum on Public Affairs, Robinson spoke with students and Augustana officials about her role as the first female president of Ireland and her efforts to address world hunger and poverty.

This Week at Augustana: Nov. 14-18

From opera and a charity basketball game on Tuesday, to an internationally known photographer on Wednesday, to a laugh-a-minute theatric comedy; a thought-provoking discussion on immigration and border control; a new art exhibit and more – it's an action-packed week at Augustana.

Students, Donors Connect at Scholarship Recognition Program

Sunday's scholarship recognition program paired Augustana donors with the students and families their gifts impact. The event was a chance for Russ and Carol Greenfield to meet senior Wadie Mahauad-Fernandez, the 2011-12 recipient of the Thomas Russell Greenfield Memorial Scholarship, an endowed scholarship the Greenfields established to honor the memory of their son.

Seven Inducted into German Honor Society

Seven Augustana students have been inducted into the Eta Delta chapter of Delta Phi Alpha, the German National Honor Society, for excellence and achievement in the German language, and in Germanic culture and literature.

Oliver: S.D. Must Invest in K-12 Education

"... we need to invest in education in order to invest in the future of South Dakota. It is the best and most lasting stimulus for building our economy and developing a civil society." Read the op-ed by Augustana President Rob Oliver, published in the Argus Leader.

Johnson, Maier Awarded Top Honors for Biology Research

Biology majors Christina Johnson and Taylor Maier were awarded top honors at the American Indian Science and Engineering Society (AISES) National Conference held earlier this month in Minneapolis, Minn.

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