Augustana University’s Sharon Lust School of Education will host its 14th annual Lighting the Way Autism Conference at Memorial Middle School in Sioux Falls, on Thurs., June 9, and Fri., June 10.
The university is proud to announce that Augustana Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) was honored at the 44th annual Minnesota PRSA Classics Awards banquet, held on May 12, in Minneapolis, Minnesota.
For the fifth time in its history, two Augustana University employees were named Augie Pride Award winners — Karie Frank, humanities division coordinator, and Amy Meyers ‘96, employee health nurse.
During Augustana’s 2022 commencement ceremony, Provost & Executive Vice President Dr. Colin Irvine presented this year’s faculty awards.
Augustana University’s School of Music is excited to announce that Dr. Russell P. Svenningsen, associate professor of music and director of vocal studies, has been named the sixth tenured conductor of the Augustana Choir.
Augustana University is proud to announce that its Class of 2021 nursing department graduates within its School of Health Professions achieved a 97.3% pass rate when taking the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) — the highest pass rate of all programs in South Dakota.
Since 1966, more than 350 international students have graduated from Augustana. Every year, these students come from near and far — bringing invaluable insight and new perspectives to our community. They speak many languages — leaving an indelible mark on Augustana, as they prepare to serve in the world.