Celebration of Learning and Symposium Day celebrates work by more than 200 students, faculty, staff and alumni at Augustana. It is a full day of art, poster presentations, multimedia interactive sessions, oral presentations and performances.
The face of Augustana is changing quickly. Can an historic campus cope with change? Matthew Fockler, an assistant professor of geography, believes that answers to Augustana’s future lie in its past. A historical geographer, he has researched more than 140 years of changes at Augustana and its campus.
Faculty-in-residence program welcomes Thomas Tredway librarian Maria Emerson to Swanson Commons.
Support the Swenson Center with Birdies for Charity. Your donation goes even further with this program!
Matt Harrington ’19 and Josh Pearson ’19 took home research awards from this spring’s joint Geological Society of America meeting
To research mountain formation, Jenny Arkle travels to remote places. Her students can use the thermochronology lab on campus and also travel off campus—way off campus.
Ten Augustana juniors are the recipients of the Excellence in the Liberal Arts Award, which provides students with $400-$4,000 for international study or summer programs in the humanities.
Here are the winners of the 14th annual Ethics Essay Contest, sponsored by the Augustana Center for the Study of Ethics.
Photography by Todd Gustafson ’81 is the focus of “To the Ends of the Earth: East Africa,” a documentary airing Sunday, April 28, on WTTW Chicago.
Augustana College will present the musical “How to Succeed in Business Without Really Trying” April 26-28 and at May 3-5.
Dr. Jeremy Hoffman ’11 spends his days researching ways to address climate change. Sometimes that means dressing as a superhero.
Augustana junior John P. McDonaugh has been awarded a $5,000 Rossing Physics Scholarship for 2019 -2020.
Augustana seniors Ariana Solis and Daniel Williams did their clinical psychology work this year at the Scott County Jail.
Augustana athletes from four teams—men's and women's indoor track & field, wrestling and swimming—competed for national titles in competitions around the country in March.