Augustana University has secured more than $1.5 million in support of student and faculty biomedical research projects.
Augustana's Eide/Dalrymple Gallery opens “Land Images: Sculptures and Drawings by Brian Leo,” which will be on view beginning on Thursday, October 15, through Friday, November 20.
During Viking Days, Augustana University announced the recipients of the 2020 Alumni Achievement and Horizon Awards. These alumni are celebrated for their outstanding achievements in their fields and for exemplifying the core values of Augustana University: Christian Faith, Excellence, Liberal Arts, Community and Service.
This election season, Augustana is proud to announce that the university is launching a new initiative to encourage listening, learning and civil discourse through an effort called “With Malice Toward None.”
To celebrate South Dakota Opportunity Scholarship (SDOS) recipients, Augustana is excited to announce the SDOS Match Program.
Augustana Serving and Learning Together (SALT) has announced that it is teaming up this year with the Salvation Army to once again provide Christmas gifts for children in the Sioux Falls area.
The Augustana University Physics Department has secured three grants, totaling more than $450,000 from the National Science Foundation (NSF).
Augustana University announced today that it will continue with its Viking Flex Plan for its January Interim and Spring Semester 2021.
Augustana University’s School of Music is in the process of making of its annual Christmas Vespers 2020 Concert “Risen with Healing in His Wings,” produced by Dean of the School of Music Dr. Peter Folliard.
Seniors Audrey Cope and Layne Symington were crowned the 2020 Viking Days Queen and King at Coronation on Monday evening.