Augustana’s Simonsen contributes to Emmy-winning documentary
Dr. Jane Simonsen, professor of history, was a contributor to the documentary “Jean Seberg: Actress Activist Icon,” winner of a Mid-America Emmy® Award in the historical documentary category.
Film fest brings French cinema to campus in February-March
The annual Francophone Film Festival at Augustana will screen a film each Thursday from Feb. 16-March 16. Films are free and open to the public, in French with English subtitles.
Kinesiology at Augustana: a good choice for ‘people persons’
Augustana’s kinesiology program and new facilities lay a foundation for lasting success in this fast-growing field.
CNN Hero Cheboi '16 to speak Jan. 11, and at commencement
CNN Hero Nelly Cheboi '16 will share her leadership journey at a mini-lecture on on campus Jan. 11.
Augustana, St. Ambrose sign master of science agreement
Signed Nov. 18, the agreement creates a specific pathway that allows Augustana students to meet the degree requirements established by St. Ambrose University's master of science in exercise physiology program.
Augustana approved to admit international students to SLP master’s program
International students now may be admitted to Augustana College’s master of science in speech-language pathology program following a successful review process by the Department of Homeland Security: Student and Exchange Visitor Program.
Anonymous gift benefits 13 Augustana students
An anonymous donor provided $50,000 this December to take care of the outstanding tuition balances for 13 Augustana College juniors and seniors.
Dr. Bernard Lafayette Jr. to speak on MLK Day
Augustana College will celebrate the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. with a virtual keynote by Dr. Bernard Lafayette Jr. at 10:30 a.m. on Jan. 16, 2023.
ABCD Lab helps students decide if research is in their future
At the Augustana Baby and Child Development Lab, everyone is learning something. Students are learning to conduct research, while their little subjects are learning new words and concepts.
Knowlton awards $1 million to prison education program
The Austin E. Knowlton Foundation announced its continued commitment to the Augustana Prison Education Program with a $1 million grant and a 10-year commitment to the initiative.
2022 in review: New president, largest gift and more
2022 saw big changes at Augustana as COVID-19 precautions eased, the college announced its biggest gift ever and greeted a new president.
Families invited to STEM, Stars and Mars
Families are invited to STEM, Stars and Mars, a free show at Augustana's John Deere Planetarium at 5 p.m. Feb. 22, 2023.
Walton ’23 and Dr. Yaschur teach journalism, self-expression in Nepal
Dr. Carolyn Yaschur invited Sarah Walton ’23 to teach photojournalism at the Karuna Girls School in Lumbini, Nepal. The pair enjoyed a transformational experience within and outside the classroom.
Cheboi '16 is CNN Hero of the Year!
Nelly Cheboi '16 was named CNN Hero of the Year Sunday for her work with TechLit Africa, a nonprofit that redistributes recycled computers in schools in rural Kenya.