2012 Graduate to be Commissioned as Air Force Officer

When class of 2012 graduate Lynae Fisher is commissioned as a second lieutenant in the United States Air Force later this week, she will become Augustana's first Air Force ROTC program graduate to be commissioned as an Air Force officer. Next up, she'll report to California for six months to train for her new role as a Space and Missile Operations Officer.

Thompson Presents Paper at Futures and Illusions Conference

Senior English major Hal Thompson, a native of Sioux Falls and a member of Augustana's Civitas Program, presented his research at the international Futures and Illusions conference, held last weekend at the University of Iowa.

In the News: Augustana Students Learn Fire Safety Measures

With the start of classes just days away, Sioux Falls Fire Rescue officials conducted fire safety education with Augustana peer advisors Wednesday on campus. PAs learned about general fire safety, participated in a hands-on fire extinguisher training and took part in a high-rise, aerial truck-assisted rescue from the top floor of Stavig Hall.

Oliver: College Athletics Exist Because of Academics

"... it’s important to point out the overall purpose of collegiate athletics. As the NCAA has aptly put it: 'Athletics can be an important part of a collegiate experience, but academics is the reason for the experience.' We believe that success in the classroom, and in competition, is what college sports should be about." – Rob Oliver, president.

Alumnus Gives $250,000 for Science Facility, Donates Artwork to CWS

The “Paul Mohrman Family Lab” inside the new science facility will focus on ecological research, an initiative alumnus Paul Mohrman, class of 1972, and his wife, Julie, hold close to their hearts. The couple have also donated 29 bronze sculptures by noted artist C.A. Pardell to the Center for Western Studies.