Lionel Bordeaux, president of Sinte Gleska University and major supporter of American Indian issues, will be honored Tuesday, April 20, during a reception at the Center for Western Studies.
On Friday, April 23, Webster, SD, native and Augustana graduate Laurel Prieb headlines the final segment of this spring's Augustana Thought Leader Forum. Prieb is in his fifth year as Vice-President of Western Operations for MLB.
The Chapel of Reconciliation Student Congregation leadership team has been named for 2010-2011. Each spring, students are invited to apply for positions that coordinate the work of the student congregation.
Augustana has announced Kelly Sprecher as the College’s new director of communications and media relations. Sprecher replaces retiring Bruce Conley, director of news information since 1990.
Today, one in 88 individuals is diagnosed with autism and it occurs in all racial, ethnic, and social groups. The Lighting the Way conference includes 35 breakout sessions covering education, medical, and adolescent and adult topics.
The brain damage that Chris Johnson experienced at birth 30 years ago did not limit the boundaries of his mind. As proof, he will roll across the stage May 22 at Augustana's commencement ceremony, a double major in French and English and a story of inspiration.
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.
The start of the 2010 baseball season is intertwined with several baseball themed events during the month of April. Learn about baseball through math, music, and a Major League Baseball executive.
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.