Dr. Monica Smith, vice president of diversity, equity and inclusion at Augustana College, will give the keynote at this year's CommUniversity. Her title is "Where Do We Go From Here?"
When Doug Hultquist left Muscatine, Iowa, for Augustana College in August of 1973, he looked like a guy who had his life planned out.
Augustana music instructor Sheila Doak has six part-time jobs, all of which involve playing a keyboard instrument.
Tayvian Johnson '16 and his brother, Avery Pearl '18, are opening a recording studio, Eastside Sound, in East Moline, Ill.
The Augustana Symphonic Band and the Augustana Choir both will be on tour in February 2019.
Augustana College will present its 24th annual Hispanic Film Festival Jan. 9-Feb. 6.
From California to Massachusetts, President Steve Bahls will visit 24 cities to update alumni on the college’s $125 million fundraising campaign, AUGUSTANA NOW: A Campaign for Success in the World, for the World.
Every part of the Augustana campus is beautiful, but there are some locations that are perfect for the 'gram. Grab a shot of one of these seven most beautiful places and your followers will be full of campus envy.
Augustana Professor of Biology Dr. Stephen Hager is using art as a tool to teach climate change to Augustana students and the Quad-Cities community.
Dr. Juliana Han traveled a long and winding road to her new job as assistant professor of music at Augustana College.
During a field trip, Jack Harris ’20 takes notes and ‘inches closer to understanding’ why he wants to write.
Helping students determine who they are and the work they are called to do...Augustana has received a $50,000 grant from NetVUE to make vocational reflection more intentional in the academic curriculum and connect what’s learned in the classroom to co-curricular activities.