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.
Every summer (and the rest of the year, too) CORE works with students and employers to help make career connections.
Nick Niles ’18 knows what a liberal arts education can do for accounting graduates.
Swenson Center advisory committee member, Bruce Karstadt, was honored as Swedish American of the Year by the Vasa Order of America at a celebration in Sweden last weekend.
Swenson Swedish Immigration Research Center is showing the exhibit "Swedish Arts in North America" through October 15.
An extensive renovation of Augustana's John Deere Planetarium will create an immersive theater experience with a new full-dome digital projector.
Mississippi Bend Players will premiere the comedy "Beginner’s Luck," written by Emmy Award nominee and Golden Girls producer P.J. Lasker Aug. 3-12.
Augustana is ranked in the top 10 percent of four-year college and university programs nationwide for the study of general biology.