As 2020 comes to a close, we look back at the top stories from Augustana University over the last year.
Augustana English and journalism faculty have chosen doomscrolling — a social media and news-reading practice — as the 2020 Word of the Year. In December, tutors in the university’s Writing Center chose Say Their Names for 2020.
‘Enter to Learn, Leave to Serve’: 100-Year-Old Alumnus Still Lives by Augustana Motto Nearly 80 Years After Graduation
One-hundred-year-old Pastor Rev. Richard “Dick” Nelson '42 has practiced Augustana's motto "Enter to Learn, Leave to Serve" all of his adult life.
The Augustana community came together in 2020 to restore the university’s nearly 40-year-old tracker pipe organ, originally dedicated on December 4, 1983.
Augustana's nursing department awarded Kelsey Petersen '11 and Dr. Lynn White with the 2020 DAISY Faculty Award — honoring those who go above and beyond and make extraordinary differences in healthcare.
The School of Music invites the public to join the Augustana University community for its annual Christmas Vespers 2020 Concert “Risen with Healing in His Wings,” presented virtually through online streaming and television broadcasts.
The Augustana University Board of Trustees installed three new board members — who will begin their three-year terms — beginning in January 2021.
The Augustana University nursing program is proud to announce its Accelerated Class of 2020.
With their HealthHack entry called “Health Memo,” Augustana students Taha Afzal ‘22, Pawan Subedi ‘22 and Samuel Woldegiorgies ‘22 earned second place in the 2020 Sanford HealthHack competition, also receiving the Audience Choice award.