Temple Grandin, an author and associate professor at Colorado State University, explained her own difficulties with autism since childhood as she spoke Friday, June 12th, on Augustana's campus.
Construction began recently on a multi-phased housing renovation on the north edge of the Augustana campus. The current phase mostly consists of necessary infrastructure work.
The Vikings placed second in the Northern Sun Intercollegiate Conference all-sports standings as every one of their teams had a winning season. Better yet, most of those teams qualified for the NCAA Division II playoffs.
Wright, who gave the keynote speech at the Sioux Falls Business Conference’s “Ready to Rebound” seminar June 3 at Augustana College, is the incoming Nef Family Chair of Political Economy at Augustana.
Dr. Ivan Fuller, associate professor of Theatre and Chair of the Department of Performing and Visual Arts at Augustana, received a Holland New Voices award at the Great Plains Theatre Conference for his play "Eating into the Fabric."
The hands-on conference focused on providing strategies for independent businesses to position themselves for a successful rebound once the economy improves. The conference was presented by the Sioux Falls Business Journal and Augustana.
Dr. James Johnson, Dr. Christopher Stanichar, and Dr. Richard Swanson are recipients of the 2009 Granskou Award, a professional development award named for Augustana President Clemens M. Granskou (1932-1943).
Dr. John Pennington, Dr. David O'Hara and Dr. Julie Ashworth received faculty awards during Augustana's commencement ceremony. The awards included a faculty excellence endowment, research fellowship, and faculty excellence award.
Elizabeth G. Singleton, who will be a senior at Augustana this fall, has been selected to receive a 2009 Fund for Theological Education (FTE) Undergraduate Fellowship.
Dr. James Meader, 58, former Chair of the Social Science Division at Augustana College, died May 24, 2009, at his home in Sioux Falls. A memorial service was held on Thursday, May 28, in the Chapel of Reconciliation.