Augustana College’s Center for Western Studies is the recipient of a $300,000 challenge grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).
Twenty-six local and regional artists will be featured in the 29th annual Artists of the Plains Art Show and Sale February 20-22 sponsored by the Center for Western Studies (CWS).
Augustana College has been named a participant in a new 2010 research center created to conduct basic research in nuclear physics and astrophysics at the former Homestake Gold Mine.
We look forward to congratulating members of the Class of 2011! We invite your families to share in the weekend's festivities.
Greg Mortenson, co-founder of the Central Asia Institute and founder of Pennies for Peace, has been nominated for the Nobel Peace Prize in a bipartisan, bicameral effort led by members of Congress.
Augustana College is offering a series of Continuing Education Workshops this spring. These workshops are scheduled from February through April, 2009. Many of the classes are held on weekends and class size is limited.
Augustana alumnus Lars Gjerde returns to South Dakota to perform a program of solo organ music at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church in Sioux Falls. Mr. Gjerde will also present his program at the American Lutheran Church in Huron, SD.
Family of Augustana students will join us Feb. 20-22 for basketball games, community service projects, a special chapel service, a mascot unveiling—and more.
Augustana College Theatre is excited to announce the arrival of two guest artists from St. Petersburg, Russia – Natalia Lapina and Andrey Khvostov. Lapina is on campus to direct the premiere of Ivan Fuller’s new play Eating into the Fabric.
The Center for Western Studies at Augustana College is hosting a book talk and signing by Dr. Jeff Johnson, assistant professor of history at Augustana, for his new book “They Are All Red Out Here”: Socialist Politics in the Pacific Northwest, 1895-1925.