After a chance meeting inside the hallway of Gilbert Science Center last fall, Augustana’s Dr. Jenny Gubbels and alumnus Dan Roesler, class of 1982, are working together to find new ways to fight ovarian cancer.
Ninety-eight percent of Augustana's 2012 graduates seeking employment have accepted a position related to their major or chosen field. In addition, 28 percent are enrolled in, or are planning to enroll in, graduate school.
A new study on therapeutic targets for breast cancer co-authored by Allison (Eslinger) Watson, class of 2007, is the cover story of the February 2013 issue of Molecular Cancer Research, a national journal published by the American Association for Cancer Research.
In a recent news segment, "Dark Matter: Experiment to Shed Light on Dark Particles," BBC Science Reporter Rebecca Morelle explores research being gathered at Italy's Gran Sasso National Laboratory for the DarkSide-50 experiment, a project with ties to the Augustana Physics department.
An article by senior Sara Kohles investigating the origins of matrimonial diamond rings and the diamond industry's evolving response to changing social trends and economic pressures appears in the winter 2013 issue of Financial History, the magazine of the Museum of Finance.
Augustana's Society of Physics Student Chapter has been recognized as an “Outstanding Chapter” by the national Society of Physics Students (SPS). The honor recognizes chapters who show a commitment to community outreach and service, contributions related to student recruitment and retention, and interaction with alumni.
Augustana recognizes students named to the Dean's List for the fall semester of the 2012-2013 academic year. The Dean's List recognizes full-time students who have a minimum of 12 credit hours with grade point averages at 3.5 or above.
Earlier this week, Augustana recorded its 3,000th donation to the Sioux Falls Community Blood Bank, a non-profit organization dedicated to ensuring a safe, reliable supply of blood in Sioux Falls and the region.
At Augustana, we believe certain individuals are called to “Go Viking.” They understand that in order to create an even better tomorrow, they must explore and discover bold concepts and important ideas today. Check out this video and learn why your decision to “Go Viking” is so significant.
Fifteen Augustana students have been awarded scholarships to participate in "Topics in French: La Belgique: du Passé au Présent," the 2013 spring break course in Belgium. Thanks to an anonymous donation, the students will share a scholarship fund of $15,000 to help cover costs.