Georgia Votta ’21 has been awarded a $10,000 Rossing Physics Scholarship for 2020-21.
The Udden Geology Club, one of the oldest organizations on campus, keeps connected with its weekly meetings during the pandemic.
Teaching at a distance, instead of in the studio or rehearsal space, Augustana arts professors get creative.
Dr. Jason Mahn conducts his Encountering Religion class in an empty Old Main as a way of anchoring his students.
Augustana’s winningest basketball coach leaves with ‘heartfelt gratitude.’
The pandemic has strengthened the commitment of Augustana’s public health majors.
An occupational therapist, a law student, a businessowner and a 3rd-grade teacher are just four of the thousands of alumni making a difference during the coronavirus crisis.
Augustana College will create “pollinator pockets” on campus in response to the decline in populations of bees, butterflies and other pollinators.
Art professor Rowen Schussheim-Anderson’s tapestry was commissioned by the Quad Cities Cultural Trust as a gift to Deere & Company.
Ellen Dixon, a superhero in the theatre arts department, leads initiative to make hundreds of masks for Augustana employees and students.
Megan Bildner '13, Pleasant Valley High School science teacher was awarded the I.O.W.A. STEM Teacher Award in 2020.
Depth, diversity and delight can be found in the art created by the graduating studio art, graphic design and art history majors.
More than 90 employers shared their hiring plans and hopes for improved recruiting at a virtual town hall Tuesday, organized by Augustana and other local colleges and organizations.
Augustana College plans to place solar panels that will provide about 8% of the college’s annual electric energy.