Geology/geography double major Josh Malone '20 of Chenoa, Ill., never imagined his Senior Inquiry research would one day be featured in The New York Times.
Dr. Emily Landon ’99 will be the commencement speaker for the classes of 2020 and 2021 at the Augustana College ceremonies on May 23.
A triple major in religion, English and German studies, Annelisa Burns '22 of Naperville, Ill., is the winner of the 2021 Hasselmo Award for Academic Pursuit.
Augustana College will hold three separate graduation ceremonies for the classes of 2020 and 2021 on Sunday, May 23.
Construction of the Peter J. Lindberg, M.D., Center for Health and Human Performance is on schedule to be finished in 2021. Here is a look at recent progress.
Here’s how the Augustana community helped Genesis Li '21 get into her dream grad school.
Based on survey results from peer schools, Augustana ranked No. 1 on U.S. News' Most Innovative Schools list among liberal arts colleges in Illinois and No. 42 nationally.
Augustana College and Eastern Iowa Community Colleges have announced Augustana Next, a dual application program.
Augustana leaders have announced a return to the college’s normal, time-honored teaching and learning experience this fall.
Changes to the Bergendoff Hall of Fine Arts will begin this summer, when the northwest corner of the second floor will become new offices for the music education faculty.
No one was surprised, especially current and former students, when Dr. Janina Ehrlich received the 2020 Outstanding Studio Teacher award from the Illinois chapter of the American String Teachers Association.
Here is a look at progress on the construction of the Peter J. Lindberg, M.D., Center for Health and Human Performance, on schedule to be finished in 2021.
The Quad City Playwrights’ Festival now is accepting submissions for the annual festival, to be held virtually this year on May 15.