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Augustana announces 2023-2024 athletic sponsorship opportunities

Augustana announces a full slate of athletic sponsorship opportunities for the 2023-2024 school year. Opportunities include website and livestream promotion as well as game sponsorships and student-athlete of the week promotions.

John Murabito '80, Sofia Briggs '23 and Isabelle Jordan '23

A salute to Board Chair John Murabito

Augustana College Board of Trustees Chair John Murabito '80 talks with Student Government Association (SGA) leaders on the patio outside the Brew by the Slough. Sofia Briggs '23 (center) and Isabelle Jordan '23 were SGA's vice president and president, respectively, during the 2022-2023 academic year.

Ben Castro

Castro '21 positioned to 'help be the change in the Illinois Quad Cities'

A project led by Ben Castro '21 to better understand uneven food access and food insecurities within QC MetroLINK’s service area placed fourth in a national competition. The project is tied directly to Castro’s Senior Inquiry for his geography major.

 

Grace Molloy, Annie Gill and Dani Bornstein

Students research endangered species in the African bush

Three students researched the painted dog species this summer in Zimbabwe. Offered through Augustana's CORE office, the internship aligned perfectly with what the students want to pursue in the future — wildlife conservation and rehabilitation, and wildlife medicine.  

Class Notes

Alumni share their news and photos!

Old Main in spring

Sticker price isn’t the final price

Augustana is more affordable than families may think. A bold new financial aid program plus other grants and scholarships keep costs lower—often in comparison with large state schools.

Quad-Cities residents asked to complete bike safety survey

Augustana College students, in conjunction with faculty from Augustana and St. Ambrose University, will use Geographic Information Systems (GIS) to map the region's growing bike infrastructure network and to identify locations where safety for cyclists can be improved.

 

Makayla Thumb

Unearthing students' love for geology

Four Augustana students have hit the ground running with their summer geology internships. Projects include studying the formation and evolution of ancient mountain belts, paleontology research, studying geological maps in zinc mines and installing seismometers for earthquake detection.

Career outcomes

double majors

Class of 2022 outcomes, of those who responded to the survey. Source: Institutional Research at Augustana; CORE (Careers, Opportunities, Research, Exploration) at Augustana



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