Augustana University’s Center for Western Studies has issued a call for paper and panel proposals for the 51st Annual Dakota Conference, April 26-27.
The Augustana Band, led by Dr. Christopher Unger, will embark on a 19-day concert and study tour of China beginning Sunday, Jan. 6.
Pamela Barthle, professor of nursing, is the 2018 recipient of the Augustana DAISY Faculty Award, an annual honor that recognizes extraordinary nurses who go above and beyond to make a difference in the lives of patients and families, and nursing faculty who provide exceptional instruction and inspiration for nursing students.
Ambitious goals position Augustana to be ranked among the best universities in the Midwest.
The Augustana Board of Trustees approved six faculty members for promotions and/or tenure at its December meeting.
Augustana alumnus Kofi Gunu (class of 2017) has been named the 2019 Rhodes Scholar for West Africa.
Augustana University and the Center for Western Studies announce the 23rd annual Boe Forum on Public Affairs: “Power, the Press and the Presidency,” with Bob Woodward and Carl Bernstein is sold out.
Augustana University (AU) nursing student Amy Brandt is a recipient of the Sanford Health Military and Veteran Scholarship worth $5,000. Brandt is one of only four students who received the scholarship in the region. Recipients are chosen based on leadership, character, academics and community service.
Following a week of fun and festive homecoming events, hundreds lined the streets near campus on Saturday, Oct. 19, for the Viking Days parade.
Seniors Darwin Garcia of Honduras and Julie DeWitt of Yankton, South Dakota, were crowned the 2018 Viking Days King and Queen at Coronation on Wednesday.