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Autism Conference: Lighting The Way set for June 10-11

Today, one in 88 individuals is diagnosed with autism and it occurs in all racial, ethnic, and social groups. The Lighting the Way conference includes 35 breakout sessions covering education, medical, and adolescent and adult topics.

Argus Leader Features Augustana Student Defying Disability

The brain damage that Chris Johnson experienced at birth 30 years ago did not limit the boundaries of his mind. As proof, he will roll across the stage May 22 at Augustana's commencement ceremony, a double major in French and English and a story of inspiration.

Baseball Fever Hits the Augustana Campus

The start of the 2010 baseball season is intertwined with several baseball themed events during the month of April. Learn about baseball through math, music, and a Major League Baseball executive.

BIG Summer Plans for Augustana Sophomore

Jared Soundy, a graduate of Sioux Falls Christian High School, has accepted an invitation to participate in the BIG (bioinformatics) Summer Institute hosted by Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Alumnus Receives NCI Laureate Award

Dr. Mark Johnson, '74 and current senior scientist at the Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research, recently received the NCI Laureate Award. The award is the highest honor given by the National Cheese Institute.

Dr. Hicks to Read from Latest Book of Poems

Dr. Patrick Hicks, Writer-In-Residence and associate professor of English/ Journalism, will do the first reading from his new work, This London, on Wednesday evening, April 7, at Zandbroz Variety, downtown Sioux Falls.

Partnership with Bodø University College in Norway

While students enjoyed spring break, Asst. Professor Jason Harris and Assoc. Professor Dr. Michael Nitz, visited Bodø University College in Norway, reviewing and planning the expansion of the colleges' current partnership.

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