• Papers Sought for the 2009 Dakota Conference


    The Center for Western Studies at Augustana hosts the 41st annual Dakota Conference April 24-25, 2009. The conference theme is Abraham Lincoln Looks West.

  • Madison Daily Leader: Augustana Freshman Wins Piano Award


    Carolyn Hunter, an Augustana freshman, recently won the National Guild of Piano Teachers High School Diploma.  Her mother, grandmother and Augustana piano instructor Arlene Krueger helped her along the way.

  • Sophomore Receives Chemical Society’s Leadership Award

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    Rachel Hurley, a sophomore from Canton, SD, has been selected to receive the American Chemical Society’s (ACS) 2009 Student Affiliates Leadership Award.

  • Argus Leader: Augustana Nursing 50 Years Ago and Today


    This spring, Bethany Fleischhacker will graduate with a degree in nursing from Augustana, fifty years after her grandmother graduated from Augustana with a nursing degree.

  • Augustana Releases 2007-08 Annual Report and Honor Roll of Donors









    The Fiscal Year 2007-08 produced results for which the Augustana community is grateful. The Annual Report includes fund-raising, endowment and economic performance, as well as quality and cost comparisons with other institutions.


  • Six Elected to Augustana Board of Trustees

    Delegates to the annual meeting of the Augustana Association have elected six Augustana alums to serve on the College’s Board of Trustees.

  • Follow the Current Construction Progress!

    A number of construction projects in and around the Augustana campus are currently underway.  Follow the progress through our construction photo gallery.


  • Argus Leader: History Professor Remarks on Lessons from Pearl Harbor

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    As we look back at Pearl Harbor, we must separate the attack on Pearl Harbor from what Pearl Harbor has become.


  • Generous Sioux Falls Couple Remembers Augustana in Estate


    A gift of $872,000 from the estate of Lyle G. and Othella B. Christensen will be used to support Augustana’s general endowment, the Lyle G. and Othella B. Christensen Scholarship endowment, and the proposed expansion and renovation of the Gilbert Science Complex.

  • Keloland "Money Matters:" Economics Professor Interviewed About Recession

    The word's been thrown around a lot lately, but this week the National Bureau of Economic Research officially declared that the country is in a recession and has been for a year.  Economics Professor Reynold Nesiba talks with Keloland's Angela Kennecke on Money Matters.