Sioux Falls Mayor Dave Munson has proclaimed May 14, 2009, as Augustana College and Community Band Day. Twenty-five people attended the first rehearsal in the fall of 1989. Today, there are more than 100 members.
Mark Hecht, Director of Recreational Services at Augustana College, received a Regional Award of Merit from the National Intramural-Recreational Sports Association (NIRSA) for outstanding contributions made on a regional and statewide basis.
Twenty-seven pastors and other ministry professionals from across South Dakota met at Augustana for the first large group gathering of Together in Ministry South Dakota (TiM) last week.
Augustana College announces a new partnership with Club Colors, Inc. to offer a wide selection of customized, high-quality, Augustana-branded products and apparel for alumni and discerning fans.
Joe Coppock, a senior from Sioux Falls, is the recipient of the Augustana Covenant Award for Excellence. Coppock has pursued a double major—chemistry (ACS) and biology—and will graduate cum laude on May 24.
It's an event that features the 14 graduating seniors in the Augie art department. At the show, you will find everything from classic or traditional styles of work to more contemporary styles.
Beth Singleton has served on the Campus Ministry staff for the past three years as an ambassador and as a coordinator of Outreach Ministries. As president, she will chair meetings of the Campus Ministry staff during the 2009-2010 academic year.
Augustana senior student-athletes Jason Donnelly (Elk Point, SD) and Amy Puthoff (Hartford, SD) swept the college awards at the 38th annual Fellowship of Christian Athletes Honor Athlete Luncheon.
Bethany Jochim, a sophomore physics major from Pierre, SD, is the lead author of an article published in the Journal of Physics B: Atomic, Molecular, and Optical Physics, published by the Institute of Physics.
Andrea Krogstad, a junior from Baltic, SD, has been chosen to represent South Dakota at the second annual Student Congress June 20-27 in Lexington, KY, on the campuses of Transylvania and the University of Kentucky.