This fall's Center for Polar Studies lecture at Augustana will examine the Arctic's histories of science and colonialism in light of current thinking on climate change.
Now entering its 10th year, the Tea Talks lecture series at Augustana will feature faculty, staff and guest speakers on a range of topics.
Augustana College will present “Elegies for Angels, Punks, and Raging Queens,” a dramatic musical theatre piece composed of free- verse monologues and songs that reflect the lives of people who have lived with and died from AIDs.
Dr. Wesley Brooks has joined Augustana as vice president and dean of student life.
The Augustana Symphony Orchestra will embark on its second annual tour, performing concerts in Illinois and Wisconsin on Oct. 13 and Nov. 2, 3 and 4.
Augustana College will present an interactive children's show, “The Frog and the Princess,” at 1:30 p.m. Sept. 15-16 in the Brunner Theatre.
Janice Budd ’68 Gockel knows how to make a career and a community with music.
News from America occupies a prominent place in Swedish media. For decades, political, cultural, and social developments in the U.S. have been closely followed in Sweden. This interest has grown even more intense in recent years. Join the Swenson Center for a panel discussion on October 13, 2018.
Kyle Workman, a senior at Augustana, spent his summer developing an app to make hitching a ride on the college's shuttle service easier for his classmates.
The Augustana men’s basketball team will play an exhibition game against Illinois State in Normal Nov. 3.
Dr. Tamar Rudavsky will give the 2018 Stone Lecture in Judaism at Augustana, "Judaism and Science: Tensions and Accommodations," at 2 p.m. Nov. 18 in Centennial Hall.
The world needs, and often rewards, graduates in the humanities.