In an editorial, the Argus Leader, the state's largest newspaper, calls Augustana a "dominant part of Sioux Falls' makeup" and calls the College's reputation "integral to the city's high quality of living and ... one of Sioux Falls' key selling points."
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."
Music, poetry, a book sale, a film premiere, numerical strategy and a gala event – it's an exciting week at Augustana College! Join the campus community at the following events this week.
Monique Schmidt, class of 1998, emphasized the power of service at the Augustana Thought Leader Forum on Friday, April 8. Her presentation, “Reciprocal Transformations: A Discovery of Soul Through Service from Augustana to Africa,” discussed her experiences in Kigali, Rwanda.
The 19-month, non-thesis program is designed for those who hold a bachelor’s degree with an emphasis in education and are eligible for licensure. Applications are due by Friday, May 20. Classes will begin on Monday, June 6.
Presented by Augustana Deaf Awareness, "Burst of Sign 2011: In the Spotlight" is a movie and Broadway-themed show featuring songs, skits, jokes, and stories in sign language. The shows will be held Friday and Saturday in Kresge Recital Hall.
Dr. Anne M. Butler's discussion, “Placing Nuns Inside the Women's West: Convent Archives and Academic Research,” will begin at 7 p.m. on Saturday, April 9, in Augustana’s Gilbert Science Center, room 100. The event is free and open to the public.
"You Don't Know Bertha Constantine," a film written and directed by Andrew Kightlinger, class of 2008, and starring Dr. Julia Pachoud Bennett, former assistant professor of Theatre, will make its world premiere at 7 p.m. on Friday, April 15, at the Washington Pavilion.
The Augustana College Library Associates' Books and More Sale is set for April 14-15 at the Center for Western Studies. The sale will feature books, videos, CDs, DVDs and books and videos for children. Proceeds will support the programming of the Augustana Library Associates.
Dr. Gene Hoyme, class of 1972, chief pediatric medical officer for Sanford Children’s Hospital and nationally known expert on clinical genetics and fetal alcohol syndrome, has received the Joseph W. St. Geme, Jr., Education Award by the Western Society for Pediatric Research.