Dr. Reynold Nesiba, Associate Professor of Economics at Augustana, was recently featured on KELO-TV's Eye on Keloland. Dr. Nesiba discusses the realities of South Dakota's economic situation and how it can be improved.
A nationwide television series set to air Wednesday features Augustana Professor Dr. Adrien Hannus at five historic U.S. archaeological sites, including travels to North Carolina, South Carolina, Illinois, Utah and South Dakota.
Bernie Hunhoff of South Dakota Magazine honors Art Huseboe, who recently retired as Executive Director of the Center for Western Studies. Hunhoff says of Huseboe, "Every once in awhile we run into people who should be better-known. Art Huseboe is one of those fellows."
Don Lee '81, professor at the University of Nebraska's Department of Agronomy and Horticulture in the College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources, is a recipient of the University's Outstanding Teaching and Instructional Creativity Award.
The Argus Leader's question and answer spotlight features prominent people in the Sioux Falls business community. This issue’s Q&A profiles Vance Goldammer '72, lawyer and partner at Murphy, Goldammer & Prendergast LLP.
More than forty prospective students visited the Augustana campus last week during a Summer Visit Day. KELOLAND-TV interviewed one student and her parents about their quest to find the college that is the right fit for them.
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Dr. Lindsay Twa, Assistant Professor of Art at Augustana, has been selected from a national applicant pool to attend one of 19 summer study opportunities supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH).
Following months of fundraising, Augustana College President Rob Oliver and Athletic Director Bill Gross today announced that construction of the Huether Tennis Centre will begin July 6.
Former Augustana President Ralph Wagoner and his wife, Susie, have established The Ralph and Susie Wagoner Student-Faculty Research Project Endowment Fund.