The Eide/Dalrymple Gallery at Augustana University opens “The Face Behind the Mask: Disguising the Inner Soul,” which will be on view from Thursday, March 18, through Friday, April 16.
Augustana University is proud to announce that two of its students earned the prestigious 2021 Critical Language Scholarship (CLS) Program award, and another AU student was chosen as an alternate.
Due to the ongoing global pandemic, Augustana and Nord Universities had to put their exchange programs on hold. Like so many others, they put their heads together and turned to digital means to connect.
Are We Ready? Innovators Green and Metzl Discuss the Future of Genetic Engineering and Preventive Genomics at 24th Boe Forum
The 24th Boe Forum on Public Affairs, held virtually on March 15, addressed an all-important question concerning preventive genomics and the geopolitics involved: Are we ready?
Augustana Professor of Art Dr. Lindsay Twa is showcasing an exhibition called “A Garden Conversation,” at the Washington Pavilion, which features charcoal drawings, in addition to relief prints and lithographs. The printmaking process of lithography lives on at Augustana thanks to those who came before her.
Augustana Means Business: The Liberal Arts Helps Alumnus Draw the Eye of Apple and The New York Times
Kiel Mutschelknaus ’07 says the liberal arts education he received from Augustana University has helped him draw the eye of Apples and The New York Times.
For the first time in its 161-year history, Augustana is grateful to announce that the university’s endowment fund has surpassed $100 million.
Augustana alumna Callie (Berg) Stadem ‘13, a freelance harpist and instructor at Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota, tries to teach her students how to play the harp, as well as the deeper lessons on how to live a good life.
Love of the Arts: Augustana Alumnus Reflects on College Experiences, Lessons to Help Guide Next Generation of Music Educators
Augustana alumnus Dr. Greg Handel '91, provost and vice president of academic affairs at Northwestern State University in Louisiana, reflects on his college experiences and lessons to help guide the next generation of music educators.
Augustana’s Office of Advancement is teaming up with the Office of Diversity and Inclusion to offer the university’s alumni the opportunity to participate in programming called “Lunch and Learn: Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.”