This summer, Augustana students embarked on a variety of undergraduate research projects and internships — everything from using genetics to personalize medicine to improving crop rotations.
Augustana University women's golf student-athlete Jordan Bormann has been awarded an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship. She is one of only 29 recipients nationwide to receive the prestigious award and the first women's golf student-athlete from Augustana to earn the honor.
Augustana is mourning the loss of longtime business and economics professor Leslie (Les) Carson.
The Augustana community is mourning the loss of longtime history professor and author Dr. Lynwood Oyos.
An anti-meth video and social media campaign developed by a team of Augustana students has been recognized by the South Dakota Attorney General's office.
Money has ranked Augustana among the nation's best colleges. The ranking is based on education quality, affordability and outcomes.
The legacy of the late Phyllis Hanse lives on in Webster. She generously left 90 percent of her estate, a total of $4.2 million, to support Augustana University student scholarships, among other worthy causes.
Research findings by an Augustana physics professor and AU alumni are featured in Scientific Reports, a nationally recognized online repository of life, physical, chemical, applied science and clinical research.
The Eide/Dalrymple Gallery at Augustana University has issued a call for art for its upcoming exhibit, "To Reform: Artists Respond to the Reformation,” a visual commemoration of the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation.
Five Augustana alumni were honored during Viking Days for their outstanding achievements in their fields and for exemplifying the core values of Augustana University: Christian Faith, Excellence, Liberal Arts, Community and Service.