events

Highlights

  • Froemke Lecture Series to Discuss Impact of Simulation

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    Dr. Matthew Leininger '95, deputy for Advanced Technology Projects at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory, will discuss “Changing the Scientific Method: the Impact of Simulation on Scientific Discovery” at the John A. Froemke Chemistry Lecture Series on Friday, May 6.

  • Northlanders Jazz Band, College/Community Band, Jazz Lab to Perform May 5

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    The Northlanders Jazz Band will join the College/Community Band at 7:30 p.m. on Thursday, May 5, at the Brandon Valley Performing Arts Center. The concert will also feature the Augustana Jazz Lab.

  • Theatre Season Concludes with 'The Winter's Tale'

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    The Augustana Theatre and Music Departments will present "The Winter’s Tale,"  Shakespeare’s classic tale of jealousy, love, loss and reconciliation, May 4-8 at the Edith Mortenson Center Theatre. The play is directed by Jayna Fitzsimmons.

  • Eide/Dalrymple Gallery Presents Senior Art Show

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    Graduating art majors' works — including ceramics, sculptures, printmaking, paintings, drawings, digital photography and graphic design — are on display through May 21. The students gave artist talks on May 6 at the opening reception.

  • Joint Concert of Choirs, Brass Ensembles Set for May 1

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    A Spring Fanfare of Choirs and Brass, a special joint concert to usher in Spring, will begin at 2 p.m. on Sunday, May 1, at Our Savior's Lutheran Church. The concert will feature the Collegiate Chorale, Angelus, the Brass Choir, and the Trombone Choir.

  • Seventh Annual Women's Walk to be Held April 30

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    The Seventh Annual Women's Walk will be held at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, April 30, on the campus of Augustana College. All proceeds go towards female student-athlete scholarships and general funding for the female athletic teams at Augustana.

  • Center for Western Studies' Dakota Conference

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    The Dakota Conference is held annually and examines issues of contemporary significance in their historical and cultural contexts. Approximately 80 presenters from as many as 15 states gather April 29-30 to present papers and participate in panels.

  • RESCHEDULED: Campus Pilgrimage Now April 28

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    Update: The Campus Pilgrimage, originally scheduled for April 15, has been RESCHEDULED to Thursday, April 28. Students, alumni, faculty and staff and members of the Sioux Falls community are invited to walk in pilgrimage to celebrate the heritage and gifts of the Augustana experience.

  • Concert to Feature Percussion, Mallet Ensembles

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    "Global Music from America, France and West Africa," will feature the Augustana Percussion and Mallet Ensembles, under the direction of Dr. John C. Pennington. The concert begins at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, April 20, in Kresge Recital Hall.

  • Greenfest to Feature Panel Discussion on Environmentalism

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    Greenfest, an event organized by Augie Green, will feature lawn games on the Campus Green, bike rides, an environmentally-friendly meal in Morrison Commons and a panel discussion on "How Then Shall We Live: A Well-Rounded Approach to Environmental Living."