Alumna Receives Fulbright to Study in Germany

Nora Johnson, a 2005 Augustana graduate and currently a graduate student in physics at Kansas State University, has been awarded a 2009 Fulbright Scholarship to study at the Max Planck Institute for Quantum Optics in Garching, Germany.

PBS Science Café Digs into Archeology

The public can talk about archeology with Dr. Adrien Hannus, Augustana professor and one of the stars of the new PBS series TIME TEAM AMERICA, at South Dakota Public Broadcasting's Science Café event on Tuesday, July 14.

Four Students Chosen for Sophomore Honors

Four Augustana students have been selected to receive sophomore honors. Sophomore Honors recognizes students who have demonstrated outstanding achievement at an early stage of their college career.

Argus Leader: Dr. Adrien Hannus to be Featured on PBS

A nationwide television series set to air Wednesday features Augustana Professor Dr. Adrien Hannus at five historic U.S. archaeological sites, including travels to North Carolina, South Carolina, Illinois, Utah and South Dakota.

South Dakota Magazine: A Teacher's Life

Bernie Hunhoff of South Dakota Magazine honors Art Huseboe, who recently retired as Executive Director of the Center for Western Studies. Hunhoff says of Huseboe, "Every once in awhile we run into people who should be better-known. Art Huseboe is one of those fellows."

Alumnus Earns Outstanding Teacher Award

Don Lee '81, professor at the University of Nebraska's Department of Agronomy and Horticulture in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, is a recipient of the University's Outstanding Teaching and Instructional Creativity Award.

Augustana Student Invitational Exhibit

The exhibit at Eide/Dalrymple Gallery features work from twelve student artists and encompasses the full range of mediums taught at Augustana: sculpture, drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, graphic design and digital photography.

Augustana Hosting Conference on Deaf Education

Augustana College, which offers a major in Education of the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, is hosting the Midwest Conference on Deaf Education, July 19-21. The mission of the conference is to provide professional development opportunities to individuals who work with deaf and hard of hearing youth.

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