Most of us — millennials, especially — want more than “just a job." We want a position that aligns with who we are. A role that will offer meaning, purpose and fulfillment. Meet senior Alex Guggenberger, the force behind Jobiki, a revolutionary new job search tool
Jasmin Fosheim (Pierre, South Dakota) and Rahiwa Mussa (Ababa, Ethiopia) share their experiences as Peace Scholars. The application period for the 2017 Peace Scholarship is now open. Application deadline is Tuesday, Jan. 31. Learn more and apply today.
As members of the inaugural class for Augustana’s Master of Science in Genetic Counseling, Austin Huber (Selby, South Dakota) and Maija Rannikko (Duluth, Minnesota) have the opportunity to help shape this groundbreaking program for South Dakota and the region. With classes taught by professors and genetic counseling professionals — and coursework including clinical work and research — there’s no wonder this new program has already received national recognition.
Augustana nursing students presented their research findings on Friday morning inside the Froiland Science Complex as part of their “Perspectives in Professional Nursing” course.
Augustana senior Kofi Gunu, a political science and economics double major from Tamale, Ghana, has been named a 2018 Schwarzman Scholar, a prestigious honor that will support his master’s degree study at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China.
Following Monday's attack at Ohio State University, Augustana Director of Campus Safety Rick Tupper talked with KELO News about campus security measures in place at AU.
Dr. Corey Conover, an associate professor of history at Augustana who specializes in Latin American history, spoke with KSFY news about the impact of Cuban revolutionary Fidel Castro's death.
Augustana University is the best college in the state of South Dakota, according to an article on cbsnews.com using an analysis by Niche, a Pennsylvania-based data analytics website that reviews and ranks schools, colleges and neighborhoods.
Augustana's chapter of Theta Alpha Kappa (TAK) inducted eight new members this fall. They joined current members and TAK co-presidents Lizzie Davis '17 (Sioux Falls) and Austin Krohnke '18 (Waukee, Iowa) in an induction ceremony and dinner with Rev. Dr. Monica Coleman.
Trey Waldrop, a freshman from Miller, South Dakota, took third place in the National FFA Agricultural Communications Career Development Event held in conjunction with the national FFA Convention and Expo last month in Indianapolis, Indiana.