"Let me Google that" is not a phrase Senior Carolyn Johnson from Goodhue, Minnesota, was able to use while working on her senior and honors theses. Her research has yet to hit the Internet but can be found in the form of letters written during World War I at the Center for Western Studies.
South Dakota is hosting its first-ever Miss Amazing Pageant on Augustana’s campus, Saturday, May 9.
Director of Financial Aid Brenda Murtha received the 2015 Augie Pride award at the Augustana Service Awards Presentation and Celebration on Wednesday afternoon.
Following Saturday's magnitude 7.8 earthquake in Nepal, Augustana's Chapel of Reconciliation, students and staff are raising funds to help support victims of the disaster. All funds raised will be given to Lutheran Disaster Response.
Ryan Turnquist, a business communication and sport management major from Minnesota, will intern at the Baseball Hall of Fame this summer.
Seniors Lauren Evans from Freeport, Illinois, and Carolyn Johnson from Goodhue, Minnesota, presented their senior theses at the Phi Alpha Theta conference at the University of South Dakota this week. Both presentations were well received and Johnson was awarded the Phi Alpha Theta Award for best paper related to women's history.
Junior Connor Auch has been awarded a Benjamin Franklin Travel Grant.
When Augustana’s new master’s program in genetic counseling launches next year, it will become only the 32nd program of its kind in the U.S. and the only one in South Dakota.
Ever wondered about “The Effects of Facebook on Memory” or “Stress and Sleep Difficulties: Differences Between College Majors” or how one goes about “Fighting Cancer With Broccoli”? Research and discoveries related to those questions and many others were shared by Augustana undergraduate student researchers Saturday afternoon at the 2015 Arthur Olsen Student Research Symposium, held in the Humanities Center on campus.
Elisa Berndt, Aimée Fisher, Megan Raposa, Thomas Elness and Lance Shaull were named the 2015 Covenant Award recipients at a ceremony tonight on campus.