The Augustana Teaching Museum of Art will open the exhibition "Världen är Liten: the World is Small. Modern Swedish and Swedish American Works" with a reception Nov. 16.
Thanks to Shelby Olson ’79, five students got the chance to be Augustana's first attendees at a national three-day seminar, "Preparing Women to Lead." It was an eye-opener for all, and for one student, at least, a career-changer.
If you see Daniel Chetel strolling the Augustana College campus, you’d be forgiven for thinking he’s a student. The boyish 34-year-old embodies the artistic drive and passion of many of his students. And as conductor of the 75-member Augustana Symphony Orchestra, Chetel literally is going places.
Dr. Kelsey Arkle talks about a faculty scouting trip to the island of Bonaire, one J-term option for students in 2020.
The Augustana College Board of Trustees has approved a $3.75 million expansion of the Brodahl Building to accommodate the college’s new master’s degree program in speech-language pathology.
Augustana’s history courses and mentors prepare graduates for all kinds of success.
Five 1958 alumnae of Chi Omega Gamma have kept their friendship alive for 60 years, in part via a round-robin letter in circulation all these years.
The strength room in the Carver Center at Augustana College is now state-of-the-art thanks to donations made to upgrade the space honoring former football coach Ben Newcomb.
The Scandinavian Studies student award is up to $750 for an outstanding paper or project on a Scandinavian-related theme, given annually.
The seminar “Swedish Footprints in the U.S.—New Perspectives on Swedish-American History” explores new ways of understanding Swedish-American history.
Augustana won three singles titles and three doubles championships and the Vikings were represented in the championship matches in five of six singles and all three doubles flights.
The Augustana Choir and Augustana Choral Artists will mark the 100th anniversary of the end of World War I with themes of war and peace at their fall concert Oct. 26.
As an actor-comedian, Gary Miller ’15 has made a name for himself by making a fool of himself. His liberal arts education helped.