The Augustana Theatre Department has announced its 2019-20 season of production that ranges from new, original works to William Shakespeare’s "The Tempest."
This year's sold-out Boe Forum on Public Affairs event addressed "Power, the Press and the Presidency” to nearly 4,000 people in Augustana's Elmen Center.
"The Ransom of Sophia" was selected as a semi-finalist in the 2018-19 Opera Performance division of The American Prize national nonprofit competitions in the performing arts.
According to a new report, 98 percent of recent Augustana grads seeking employment are employed in a position related to their major or chosen field.
The Prairie Sage Scholarship Endowment benefits from a generous gift that, along with several other recent gifts that it inspired, has tripled the size of the endowment.
CANCELED: The Midwest tour of the Augustana Choir March 9-12 has been canceled due to weather.
Augustana and MSU Researchers Published in Nature Physics on the Puzzling Sizes of Extremely Light Calcium Isotopes
Dr. Andrew Klose, assistant professor of chemistry, and Augustana students Cody Kujawa '19 and Skyy Pineda '18 were co-authors in a recent work published in Nature Physics.
The 2019 Concerto-Aria Concert event on Saturday, May 4, at the Washington Pavilion will feature cellist Anabelle Lecy, mezzo-soprano Lauren Sandison, and pianist Josh Jaton as soloists with the Augustana Orchestra.
Dr. Patrick Hicks, Writer-in-Residence and distinguished professor at Augustana University has been nominated to become South Dakota’s next poet laureate. Dr. Hicks, who teaches courses on creative writing as well as Irish literature, is one of three finalists to represent the state. Interviews took place in January.