Augustana President Andrea Talentino announced a partnership between the college and the city of Rock Island to identify lead water service lines as required under a new state law.
Chad Johnson '98 has been named chief operating officer of the NFL's Jacksonville Jaguars. During his career, he has worked with several professional sports franchises, including the Miami Marlins, Florida Panthers and Tampa Bay Lightning.
Summer upgrades to athletic facilities already are complete — and it’s only early July.
Augustana alumni are part of the “Great Resignation” trend, using their education to give them the confidence and insight to make a move.
An alumnus who created Augustana’s Institute for Leadership and Service in 1998 has increased its endowment and renamed it in honor of retiring President Steve Bahls.
Isabel Dawson '20 is the new executive director of Genesius Guild, a Rock Island community group that has offered free summer theatre for 66 years.
A life of exploration for physicist Dr. Karen Andeen ’03 has taken her from Augustana to Antarctica to beyond the Milky Way — and into the depths of cultural change for her field.
Augustana has named Dr. Dag Blanck ’78 an honorary professor of Swedish-American studies to formally acknowledge his contributions to the academic field and to Augustana College.
Members of the Augustana Choir shared their love of music in Europe, performing six concerts during a post-graduation tour of Germany and the Czech Republic.
Three new areas of study are planned: a major in film and new media and two minors in integrative medicine and the humanities, and disability.
The Augustana Prison Education Program was awarded $50,900 for a computer lab at the East Moline Correctional Center, and $20,000 to hiring an administrator.
Phase I of the three-phase Bergendoff Hall of Fine Arts re-creation is complete. Julie Hamann ’82 Elliott was a lead supporter of the project. On May 12, she performed a piano and voice recital for family and friends in Hamann Concert Hall.
Before the digital age dawned, CoSIDA Hall of Famer Dave Wrath ’80 found ways to remain connected, even installing a fax machine at his home.