Behind a strong performance during the winter sports season, Augustana vaulted into the top 10 of the NCAA Division II Learfield Sports Director's Cup standings, the NACDA announced today.
Augustana’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) won the Minnesota Public Relations Society of America (MPRSA) Student Classics Award, within the category New Media/Technology.
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Jared Soundy, a graduate of Sioux Falls Christian High School, has accepted an invitation to participate in the BIG (bioinformatics) Summer Institute hosted by Harvard and Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Dr. Mark Johnson, '74 and current senior scientist at the Wisconsin Center for Dairy Research, recently received the NCI Laureate Award. The award is the highest honor given by the National Cheese Institute.
John O’Brien, '84, has been appointed president of North Hennepin Community College in Brooklyn Park, MN. The appointment was made by the Minnesota State Colleges and Universities Board of Trustees.
Dr. Patrick Hicks, Writer-In-Residence and associate professor of English/ Journalism, will do the first reading from his new work, This London, on Wednesday evening, April 7, at Zandbroz Variety, downtown Sioux Falls.
While students enjoyed spring break, Asst. Professor Jason Harris and Assoc. Professor Dr. Michael Nitz, visited Bodø University College in Norway, reviewing and planning the expansion of the colleges' current partnership.
Dr. Arthur Huseboe, 78, executive director of the Center for Western Studies at Augustana for 20 years, died Saturday, March 13, at his home in Sioux Falls following a long bout with cancer.
Thirty-eight students traveled abroad during Augustana’s spring break. Four separate courses were offered in Guatemala, Greece, France, and Scotland. Currently, about half of Augustana students have been abroad by the time they graduate.