Augustana is hosting the second annual Sioux Falls First Lego League scrimmage on Saturday, November 21, in Gilbert Science Center. The scrimmage provides local teams an opportunity to prepare for the state event.
The 2009 Augustana football season is not over quite yet. The Vikings (8-3) have been selected to play in the 45th Annual Mineral Water Bowl, scheduled for Saturday, December 5, in Excelsior Springs, MO.
Forty-five Augustana students are included in the 2010 edition of Who’s Who Among Students in American Universities and Colleges, an elite group of students from more than 2,000 institutions of higher learning across the country.
The Center for Western Studies (CWS) at Augustana today announced a Native American Initiative with a series of events in 2009-10. The series launches Wednesday, November 18 and continues throughout the academic year.
Providing clean water for the world is the objective of a silent auction and concert to be held Monday, November 23, in the Chapel of Reconciliation on the campus of Augustana College. The event begins at 6:30 p.m.
Augustana has received a $32,500 grant from the United States Tennis Association (USTA) in support of the recently completed Huether Tennis Centre. The new facility at 33rd Street and Grange Avenue was completed in September.
Dr. Robert Wright, the Nef Family Chair of Political Economy at Augustana, was the keynote speaker Tuesday during the South Dakota Chamber of Commerce and Industry Economic Outlook Seminar in Sioux Falls.
Kira Christensen, a 2004 Augustana graduate, is the recipient of a $25,000 Milken National Educator Award, recognizing her work furthering excellence in education.
Members of Augustana Green will be participating in the Sioux Falls 350 International Day of Action event on Saturday, October 24. The global art action and party at Falls Park is one of more than 4,000 events around the world.
A year ago Augustana participated in the Pennies for Peace campaign, raising $12,000. The drive continues this year and Augustana has teamed up with a sixth grade class in Philadelphia, where Nick Jackson, class of 2008, is teaching.