“For one week they’re getting an immersion in music, everything from contemporary music, to music history,” said Dr. Paul Schilf of the Augustana Music Department. “Research has shown that the study of music, especially at an older age, leads to a better quality of life.” Learn more about the New Horizons Music Camp Held at Augustana this week.
Augustana College today announced that the following students have been named to the Dean's List for the spring semester of the 2014-2015 academic year.
As construction advances on Augustana’s new Froiland Science Complex, three large dioramas, iconic hallmarks of the original Gilbert Science Center, were moved to their new location at the Prehistoric Indian Village in Mitchell, South Dakota, on Monday.
Sioux Falls holds the largest concentration of Augustana alumni in the world, and it's no wonder why they stay. The job site ZipRecruiter.com recently ranked Sioux Falls as the No. 1 up-and-coming city for college graduates.
Dr. Mike Mullin and Dr. Matthew Pehl were recognized for their commitment to teaching and research at Commencement on Saturday.
Augustana's Class of 2015 celebrated Commencement Weekend May 21-23 while sharing favorites, lasts and bests over social media.
They are tomorrow's doctors, nurses, teachers, artists, innovators, entrepreneurs, pastors and leaders – more than 400 change-makers and problem-solvers from throughout the U.S. and around the world who together make up the Augustana Class of 2015. On Saturday, they celebrated their accomplishments at Commencement.
Augustana today announced that Dr. Christopher Unger has been named assistant professor of music and director of bands. In his new role, Unger will serve as only the fifth director of the acclaimed Augustana Band, which made its debut on campus in 1931.
Five graduating seniors will be missing from Augustana's Commencement on Saturday as they compete in the NCAA Outdoor Track and Field National Championships in Allendale, Michigan, later this week. To honor them, Augustana held a special Commencement this morning in the Chapel of Reconciliation.
When searching for colleges from his hometown in Sri Lanka, Augustana junior Madhushan (Madhu)Tennakoon wanted two things: a liberal arts institution and a strong engineering program. Now, he's prepared to take the next step in the 3+2 Dual-Degree Engineering Program and finish his degree at the University of Minnesota.