A liberal arts education can make you interesting and get you the best internships.
Dr. Scott Gehler was one of the professors voted by Augustana seniors to give the “Last Lecture” in May 2017. "I learn just as much from my students as they learn from me," he said.
Dr. Scott Gehler, assistant professor of biology, discusses the interconnectedness of cancer biology across disciplines, and witnessing students’ “ah-ha” moments.
Representatives from Augustana College, Scott County and Genesis Health System gathered Thursday to congratulate more than 100 Augustana students on their work to address lead contamination in Scott County, and kick off the second year of the project.
Augustana students, staff and community members learned to crochet this week to prepare the Yarn Bomb public sculpture. #yarnbombqc
Starting this fall, students can complete certificates in Entertainment & Media Industries and Interreligious Leadership.
The Vikings return this year with plenty of experience on both sides of the football. Head Coach Steve Bell hopes to turn that experience and familiarity into winning.
Elizabeth Alsup and Jessica Lange will share a room in Westerlin Residence Center this year, but they share more than that. Both were adopted from China, from the same province of Hunan.
Last-minute trips to Target. Facebook photos of loaded cars and "Augie or Bust!" After a long summer of anticipation, Move-In Day finally arrived and Welcome Week has begun!
This fall, Augustana will seek the help of Quad-City citizens to "yarn bomb" a tree along 7th Avenue in Rock Island.
From accountants to artists, Augustana students found professional internships in the Quad Cities this summer.
Augustana's new provost, Dr. Gail Summer, talks about why she wanted to return to a liberal arts college with a Lutheran affiliation.
Mark Schwiebert '72, a former Rock Island mayor and Augustana trustee, has established a fund that will award grants each year for environmental education and studies.