The coaches and athletes at Augustana have been making the best of what has transpired in the world of sports in the midst of the current pandemic. Head Football Coach Jerry Olszewski says what took place over the course of a ten day period in March would make for a “heck of a documentary.”
Augustana University is excited to announce the creation of an environmental studies major that offers graduates with the training and skills necessary to help them lead the world towards a more sustainable and resilient future.
Augustana announced today its Viking Flex Plan for Fall Semester 2020, with classes set to begin on campus in late August.
Augustana's Student Success Center has always been there for students during monumental opportunities and life events. While the type of those events have changed during COVID-19, their commitment to students has only gotten stronger.
Sandy Pohlmann, coordinator of conferences and scheduling, is the 2020 Augie Pride Award winner. She was notified by a surprise Zoom call with Augustana President Stephanie Herseth Sandlin on Friday, May 1.
Augustana has named Dr. Anissa Goehring as its inaugural Director of the Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree program.
Augustana University faculty members and students have banded together and are utilizing their skills to help protect one another.
Augustana University’s recording studio, Studio 47, has released its newest podcast “Alone Together: Conversations Amid COVID-19,” intended to capture the lives of those in the AU community and how each of them is uniquely affected by the current pandemic.
Dana LeVan '20 will present her research at the Arthur Olsen Student Research Symposium on Thursday, April 30 and Friday, May 1.