The concert by the United States Marine Band, "The President's Own," originally scheduled for Wednesday, Oct. 16, at the Washington Pavilion, has been canceled. The event, co-sponsored by Augustana, was scheduled as a part of this year's Viking Days festivities.
Learn how a recent grad paved the way for a current student to find an internship in Washington, D.C. Meet Adam Jorde ’13, a native of Cando, N.D., and Jesse Fonkert ’14, a native of Mobridge, S.D. – two Augustana Vikings working together on Capitol Hill.
The business news and analysis organization has ranked Sioux Falls the No. 1 "Best Small Places for Business and Careers" and has included Augustana among its most recent list of "America's Top Colleges."
The Princeton Review, a nationally known education services company, has again ranked Augustana among the best colleges in the Midwest. The ranking takes into account a number of factors including, Academics, Admissions Selectivity, Financial Aid, Fire Safety, Quality of Life, and Green.
With the start of the 2013-2014 academic year less than a month away — and students moving in even earlier — all of campus is preparing for the new semester, including the faculty and staff. View faculty and staff offices and the unique objects found inside them.
Meet John Detlie ‘13, a native of Dexter, Iowa. After graduating from Augustana with majors in history and philosophy, he spent time this summer serving as an intern for the Navy Historical Center in Washington, D.C. Detlie shares his journey from Augustana to the nation’s Capital.
Sioux Falls Fire Rescue team members conducted high-rise fire training at Granskou Residence Hall on Augustana's campus Thursday morning. The event involved real-time training scenarios in full firefighter gear simulating real high-rise fire conditions in- and outside the eight story building.
In May, Augustana faculty and staff gathered at the Mikkelsen Library to celebrate more than 50 recent works, including book chapters, journal articles, and artworks published by Augustana faculty members.
Archaeology students from Augustana and the University of Exeter were featured on KELO-TV for their work at the Prehistoric Indian Village in Mitchell, S.D. Through the Augustana-Exeter exchange program, Exeter sends students from its archeology program to Augustana’s South Dakota field school each summer. In exchange, Augustana anthropology majors spend three years on campus and one year abroad at Exeter, an internationally recognized university for archeology.