From move-in day to J-Term, the Class of 2017 is charging through its first year on campus. Take a glimpse at what a 'Day in the Lives' of freshmen Katie Romano and Kellen Klubben looked like during fall semester.
Teacher Nathan Strenge, class of 2009, and two colleagues at the St. Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists strive to be innovators in the math classroom. Recently, their innovation paid off – winning them $10,000 for their school.
Seniors Katelynn Kenney (Box Elder, S.D.) and Matt Stoffel (Sherburn, Minn.) and Augustana's student Stage Crew have advanced in the Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival's Irene Ryan Acting Competition, held this week at the University of Nebraska, Lincoln.
Read the Sioux Falls Business Journal report on job opportunities for young professionals in South Dakota and learn about Augustana senior Alex Sproul, a nursing major who will finish his clinicals and an internship in May and will start work as an RN at Sanford Health this summer after passing his boards.
Members of The Augustana Choir and The Augustana Band are preparing for performance tours of the Midwest ahead of the spring semester.
High school student artists from around the region were recognized earlier this month at a reception in honor of the High School Invitational, an exhibit currently on display at Augustana's Eide/Dalrymple Gallery.
Four Augustana juniors are hoping to turn a crosstown rivalry into a benefit for those in need. The "Sioux Falls Showdown" will place "Augustana" and "USF" food collection barrels inside Hy-Vee stores throughout Sioux Falls from January 17-24. Food donations will benefit Feeding South Dakota.
Augustana has released its 2012-2013 Impact Report, an annual report of the state of the College and an honor roll of those who made gifts during the last fiscal year (August 1, 2012, through July 31, 2013).
Nominations were accepted for the 2014 Covenant Awards, five honors that recognize students who exemplify and illustrate Augustana's core values: Christian, Liberal Arts, Excellence, Community and Service. Nominations were due Thursday, Feb. 20.
In the News: Sanford Health Announces Gift for Genetics Research; Augustana Invited Into Academic Collaboration
A $125 million gift from philanthropist T. Denny Sanford will establish Sanford Imagenetics, a first-of-its-kind program integrating genomic medicine into primary care for adults. The program will include initial partnerships with Augustana and the University of South Dakota to develop new academic programs which will train the next generation of doctors, nurses and scientists in genomic medicine. Read more in this Argus Leader story.