In South Dakota, Augustana University tops the list as the four-year college whose students go on to earn the highest salaries after graduation, according to a new report from the Georgetown University Center on Education and the Workforce.
Following today's news out of Hollywood that "The Revenant," the wilderness drama starring Leonardo DiCaprio, received 12 Oscar nominations, moviegoers and historians interested in learning more about the story's roots can look to a unique exhibit now on display at the Center for Western Studies at Augustana University.
The program, led by AU students, is aimed at increasing the rate of underrepresented youth – specifically Native American students – who pursue post-secondary education and build long-term career and life goals.
Augustana University today announced that the following students have been named to the Dean's List for the fall semester of the 2015-2016 academic year.
In January, 137 Augustana University students will experience classrooms without borders as they spend the month studying the histories, economies, languages and cultures of countries around the globe. From India to Norway, to Ecuador, Greece and beyond, these real-world courses are part of Augustana’s January Interim, a four-week session designed for curricular exploration and enrichment. Dubbed J-Term, the session gives students the opportunity to study abroad and partake in special one-time topic courses.
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Following meetings by the Augustana Board of Trustees earlier this month, a number of faculty members have been approved for tenure and/or promotions.
Answer: She’s the Augustana University sophomore selected to be a contestant on the hit TV quiz show “Jeopardy!” in February.
Question: Who is Hannah Norem?
Associate professor of physics Dr. Drew Alton received a Project Innovation Grant from the South Dakota Space Grant Consortium to partner with Harrisburg North Middle School in order to bring computer programming, robots and drones to middle school students.