Senior art major Allison Henke has been awarded the prestigious Harold Spitznagel Medal for Achievement in Art, the highest award presented by the Augustana Art Department to student-artists who demonstrate the highest standards of excellence in all their artistic endeavors throughout their Augustana careers.
Seniors Daniel Bock, Cody Lensing, Margaret Koenig, Jake Bury and Hannah Miller were recognized for exemplary commitment to Christian faith, the Liberal Arts, academic excellence, community and service, respectively, at Augustana’s 10th annual Covenant Award ceremony, held earlier tonight at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church.
View video by the Argus Leader of the all-campus aerial photo celebrating "Community," one of Augustana's five core values, in honor of Verdier 2012.
Director of Admission Adam Heinitz received the “Augie Pride” award for exceptional service at the Augustana Service Awards Presentation and Celebration yesterday. The event also honored members of the Augustana community who are retiring and those who have achieved milestone service anniversaries.
At the start of Verdier 2012, College officials unveiled "Augustana Acts," a pay-it-forward initiative to encourage and inspire acts of service and support of those in need around the globe. Get your wooden token and log your act of service today!
Twenty-nine students were recognized during worship in the Chapel of Reconciliation on Monday as nominees for the 2012 Augustana Covenant Awards. The Covenant Awards will be presented during a ceremony beginning at 7:30 p.m. on Friday, April 20, at Our Savior’s Lutheran Church.
Rev. Ann Rosendale '04 has been named a campus pastor at Augustana. She will begin her new role with Rev. Dr. Paul Rohde in ministry to the Augustana community on Monday, April 16. "We are thrilled that Pastor Ann has accepted the call to be campus pastor ... we are grateful both for her giftedness and her willingness to serve," said Rohde.
An op-ed that explores the early influence of the U.S. banking industry by Dr. Robert Wright, Nef Family Chair of Political Economy and director of the Thomas Willing Institute at Augustana College, and Richard Sylla is featured in "Echoes," the business history blog of Bloomberg's Views, and on the business section of The Huffington Post.
Augustana’s Public Relations Student Society of America (PRSSA) won the Minnesota Public Relations Society of America (MNPRSA) Student Classics Award at the 34th Annual MNPRSA Classics Award Banquet and Ceremony held recently in Minneapolis
Read Argus Leader Columnist Jill Callison's interview with Brian Turner, a veteran of the Iraq War and acclaimed poet. Turner will share his work and reflect on his life experiences during "An Evening With Brian Turner" at 7 p.m. on Wednesday, April 11, in Kresge Recital Hall.