Augustana faculty will perform and direct a local production of Gilbert & Sullivan’s “The Pirates of Penzance,” June 14 and 16.
An unforgiving winter delayed the construction of the Ruth and Lefty Anderson Pavilion on the south side of the Brunner Theatre Center, but it's now complete.
To continue research on alternative sources of energy, Dr. Pam Trotter mentored Alfred Dei-Ampeh ’19, who mentored Elizabeth Zehner ’21.
Six hundred and 17 students became alumni at Augustana's 159th Commencement Convocation May 19.
Three football player interns demonstrate the balance that leads to success.
Augustana College has welcomed Xong Sony Yang as its new director of international student and scholar services.
For Francis Sophia Gow ’20, a first-year history course set her future in motion.
Augustana College will host a one-day symposium, “Dealing with the Past in the Present: Swedish Experiences of World War II and the Holocaust” on Oct. 26.
Joshua Iyer, a senior from Aurora, Ill., majoring in music composition, has won first prize in the annual student competition "Responses to the Holocaust."
The Augustana Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa has elected 44 senior students to membership. Augustana's chapter dates to 1949.
Augustana’s Commencement ceremony is a celebration of the pride we share in our students’ accomplishments. Names listed here represent candidates for graduation; inclusion does not indicate completion of the degree requirements.
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.