After wrapping up the academic year, Augustana faculty rested for 24 hours. Then they buckled down again.
High school students who are interested in studying speech-language pathology or audiology are invited to observe at Augustana Center for Speech, Language, and Hearing this summer.
Grayson Dixon ’19 began reading about psychology in sixth grade and started playing cello in seventh grade. He’s now channeling that interest into a double major in music performance and neuroscience.
New graduates will find out just how well a liberal arts education works in technology fields.
Augustana College congratulated 630 new graduates May 20 in a ceremony at the TaxSlayer Center in Moline.
Study abroad, academics, her student group and volunteering put Sabrina Hill ’18 in the right spot for her next big adventure.
Kelly Pham ’19 has a plan for the award, but it’s in pursuit of research, not beaches.
Essays about the disconnect between white Christians and the struggles of marginalized people, and prejudiced standards of beauty, won the 2018 Eddy Mabry Diversity Award.
Rachel Reiter ’18 discovered her ultimate career goal—and more—through her Senior Inquiry project.
Video of Swenson Center by Rachel Leman, Augustana College class of 2020. Her goal was to make the campus more aware of the Center as a resource for students.
The first students to receive Augustana's Close the Gap scholarships are graduating this month. At recent dinner on campus, donors and the students they've helped celebrated their success.