For the first time in its 161-year history, Augustana is grateful to announce that the university’s endowment fund has surpassed $100 million.
Augustana alumna Callie (Berg) Stadem ‘13, a freelance harpist and instructor at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota, tries to teach her students how to play the harp, as well as the deeper lessons on how to live a good life.
Love of the Arts: Augustana Alumnus Reflects on College Experiences, Lessons to Help Guide Next Generation of Music Educators
Augustana alumnus Dr. Greg Handel '91, provost and vice president of academic affairs at Northwestern State University in Louisiana, reflects on his college experiences and lessons to help guide the next generation of music educators.
Augustana’s Office of Advancement is teaming up with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion to offer the university’s alumni the opportunity to participate in programming called “Lunch and Learn: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.”
Augustana University is excited to announce a donation from Miles and Lisa Beacom of Sioux Falls, which will create a two-year pilot of the Beacom Research Fellows Program.
Augustana alumnus Logan Enze '13, New York Metropolitan Opera production assistant, talks about his love for the arts and living out his dream in New York City.
Combining Music With Conversation: Office of Diversity Releases New Podcast 'Too Tired to Code-Switch'
Augustana’s Office of Diversity announced the release of its new podcast entitled “Too Tired to Code-Switch."
First Dolly Parton Imagination Library Internship Allows Augustana Student to Connect Children With Books
Augustana Student Brooklynn Gross '21 earns first Dolly Parton Imagination Library Internship allowing her to connect children with books.
Augustana University’s International Programs Office (IPO) announced 17 AU faculty-led study away courses for January Interim 2022.
Almost 40 years ago, a love story began on Augustana’s campus. The young man happened to be Augustana President Dr. Bill Nelsen, and the woman, a community social worker named Margaret Rossow.