Three alumni climate scientists have been selected as lead authors for state, federal and international climate assessments, climate modeling and research.
The path from successful attorney to award-winning poet led Charles Hughes to his latest award: Augustana’s 2021 Alumni Award for Outstanding Achievement.
Public health/neuroscience double major Ruth Nwatu '20 is working alongside public health experts to promote policies that reduce health inequalities.
Ten men are attending classes this fall at East Moline Correctional Center, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in communication studies through the grant-funded Augustana Prison Education Program.
Augustana College will present one of Shakespeare’s most powerful and enduring works, "Macbeth," Nov. 11-14.
Projects will include new turf on Thorson-Lucken Field, new floor and indoor track at the PepsiCo Rec, plus ongoing renovation of Bergendoff Hall of Fine Arts.
Augustana College again will offer the innovative Justice and Social Change Microscholarship of $1,000 a year, renewable for four years.
Andrew Johnson '10, a senior product engineer at ESRI, will be the featured speaker at Augustana's second GIS Day Nov. 13.
National First-Generation College Student Day Nov. 8 celebrates students who will be the first generation in their family to graduate from college.
The sixth annual Augustana College Business Plan Competition invites teams or individual students to present their ideas to a panel of business professionals.
Kara West is the winner of the 2021 Tredway Library Prize for First-Year Research for her paper, “Queer Even in Safe Spaces: Homelessness, Shelter Failures, and the Queer Community.”
The Augustana Alumni Association recognizes the achievements, contributions and service of alumni and friends of the college each year.
The Peter J. Lindberg, M.D., Center for Health and Human Performance at Augustana College was dedicated Oct. 15 as Dr. Lindberg's family, college leaders and faculty gathered to celebrate.