Augustana senior Dan Day (Vermillion, SD) has won a National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship. Day will study life sciences and computational biology at Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT).
Alan E. Guttmacher, MD, the acting director of the National Human Genome Research Institute at the National Institutes of Health, is the keynote speaker at the Augustana Symposium.
Amanda Miller, class of 2003, is the playwright behind a new musical in Omaha. A project Miller started back in 2004, "Fat Girlfriend, the Musical" opened Thursday, April 16 at the Shelterbelt Theatre.
Pamela Schroeder, assistant professor of Nursing at Augustana, has been invited to serve as a Quality and Safety Education for Nurses facilitator for phase III of the national QSEN project.
The Carole Bland Cultivating Faculty Excellence Endowment has been created at Augustana to honor the life and work of Carole Bland, longtime Board of Trustee member, alumna and great friend of the College.
Three Augustana graduates were awarded the top honor in their field at the 2009 YWCA Tribute to Women.
Dr. Charles Taliaferro of St. Olaf College is a Christian philosopher of religion who has been a Visiting Scholar at Oxford, Princeton, Columbia, and New York University. He will be the keynote today Augustana's Philosophy Club will host a Symposium on Philosophical Naturalism.
The Sioux Falls Business Journal and Augustana College are pleased to announce the first Sioux Falls Business Conference “Ready to Rebound” to be held Wednesday, June 3, 2009.
Augustana has received a $5,000 grant from United States Tennis Association (USTA) Northern Adopt-A-Court program that supports tennis court renovation and construction throughout the Northern Section.
The most severe recession in 70 years has changed that in most places, but not in this community of 150,000 and others like it in the midsection of the country.