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 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.
Internationally known Arab musician, performer and composer Simon Shaheen will discuss his experiences as a musician and perform pieces on the ‘oud (Middle Eastern Lute/Guitar) at 10 a.m. on Friday, Nov. 18, in Kresge Recital Hall.
Saturday's stellar performance in Spokane, Wash., earned Augustana its first national title in cross country and the second overall team national championship in College history.
"... 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.
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.
Junior Hal Thompson's article, "Wall Street in Widescreen" illustrates how cinema can help define the financial crisis of 2008. The piece was published in the Fall 2011 issue of Financial History, the magazine of the Museum of American Finance, along with an article by Dr. Robert Wright, Nef Family Chair of Political Economy.
Following a recent study on college debt by the Institute for College Access and Success, Nancy Davidson, Augustana's vice president for Enrollment, and senior Jaci Mowinkel talked with KSFY-TV about what students should think about as they near the end of college and face repayment.
Thanks to their experiences at Augustana, senior Megan Erspamer and alumnus Chad Vander Poel both received opportunities to work for the U.S. Olympic Committee. Erspamer completed a summer internship in the Emerging Sport Program; Vander Poel now works for the Committee's Venue Operations.
Thanks to help from local Sculptor and Bronzesmith Rick Haugen, Augustana class of 2002, students in Dr. Adrien Hannus' Primitive Art class had the opportunity to make their own bronze masks as they study different periods of history. Watch the video from KELO-TV.