According to a new study, 99 percent of recent Augustana grads seeking advanced study (graduate or professional) or employment related to their major or chosen field have achieved their goals.
Seniors Sonia Haddy Sanyang and Christian Abera both took internships overseas during Interim this year. Hear how they landed these prestegious positions and their plans for the future.
The Center for Western Studies has issued a call for presenters and authors – including students – for the 47th annual Dakota Conference on the Northern Plains, to be held April 24-25. The theme for the 2015 Conference is “Where the West Begins? Geography, Identity, and Promise.”
Augustana students, faculty and staff took Saturday, Jan. 17, and made it a day of service. Inspired by the work of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., they completed group challenges based on local community needs. Here are their experiences with the MLK Challenge.
Senior Leah Murfield is set to student teach in Anchorage, Alaska, for her final semester before jetting off to Macedonia for a two-year commitment with the Peace Corps.
This month, the world is the classroom for more than 200 Augustana students studying the art, music, history, culture and languages of countries around the globe. These are their experiences. Take a look at J-Term 2015!
South Dakota natives and Augustana alumni Rob and Robyn (Clemensen) Green, both class of 2011, have built a life chasing each other around the planet, from working in grimy third-world operating rooms to guiding in Central American jungles. Their love of travel and adventure led the pair to bring together a group of fellow adventure seekers for an evening of Adventure Stories, an event to raise money for Project Origin, a project aiming to plant one million trees around the world. The event is set for 7 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 12, at Icon Lounge in downtown Sioux Falls. Admission is free, however donations for Project Origin will be accepted.
Two Augustana professors are among 10 historians and political observers whose essays are included in "Plains Political Tradition: Essays on South Dakota Political Culture, Volume 2," published by the South Dakota State Historical Society Press.
Isak Larson completed a project required to earn his Eagle Scout rank by working at the Archeology Lab at Augustana.