John Kindschuh of Rock Island, 92, who served Augustana for 36 years and was among the last senior college administrators to have been ordained in the Augustana Lutheran Synod, died Feb. 15.
Dr. Emily Kahm teaches an upper-level course in American Catholicism that is centered around the work of women religious.
Becoming American: A Documentary Film and Discussion Series on Our Immigration Experience, an NEH program, is coming to the Quad Cities this spring. Becoming American is a six-week public program featuring documentary film screenings and moderated discussions designed to encourage an informed discussion of immigration issues against the backdrop of our immigration history.
Augustana introduces kinesiology and the Austin E. Knowlton Center for Innovation in Health, Wellness and Human Performance.
Beginning with the 2019-2020 academic year, Augustana is switching from trimesters (three terms of 10 weeks) to semesters (two terms of 14 weeks).
Vickie Phipps, assistant professor of art and graphic design, shares her philosophy on what makes powerful design.
The musical force is strong with Joshua Iyer. The senior from Aurora, majoring in music composition, will have the public premiere of his orchestral piece, “Music for the Galactic Palace,” Saturday in Centennial Hall.
Students went into the Gerber Center kitchen to make sure their recipe from Ghana was done just right.
The third annual Business Plan Competition at Augustana College will award $10,000 in prize money to students with the best business ideas.
Dr. Nils Hasselmo, a scholar who made significant contributions to Swedish-American studies and former president of University of Minnesota, died on January 23, 2019 at age 87.
Augustana College has had only eight presidents in 159 years, but it has graduated 15 people who became college presidents during their careers.
Augustana mentors have been instrumental to Dan Pepper’s professional life.
British economist, journalist and academic Frances Anne Cairncross will give the 2019 Ellwood F. Curtis Family Lecturer in Public Affairs, “What Future has the Press in a Free Society?” March 28.