Augustana is partnering with the Zeal Center for Entrepreneurship to offer a new program designed for undergraduate and graduate student entrepreneurs.
Augustana journalism students spoke with KELO-TV on how the current political climate, the "fake news" phenomenon, and the importance of storytelling are fueling their desires to deliver the news.
Nearly 4,000 people filled the Elmen Center on Monday night to hear acclaimed astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson speak at the 20th Boe Forum on Public Affairs.
Dr. Larry Petersen has been named assistant director of bands and music education. In his new role, Petersen will direct the Blue & Gold Band and the Athletic Bands, as well as lead the coordination of the Augustana music teacher education program.
According to a new report, 98 percent of recent Augustana grads seeking employment are employed in a position related to their major or chosen field.
Exploring the nationwide shortage in special education teachers, KELO-TV visited with Dr. Matt Johnson, assistant professor of education, and AU special education majors, to learn why they're passionate about the field.
Augustana's Giving Day, a 24-hour giving event held on Thursday, March 2, set a single-day Augustana record for most gifts received in a 24-hour period: $135,968 was received from 282 donors. Gifts came in from 33 states and the District of Columbia, with Augustana alumni making up 69 percent of donors.
Watch Dr. Patrick Hicks, Augustana’s writer-in-residence, discuss his latest short story collection, "The Collector of Names,” on "Compass," a program by Minnesota's Pioneer Public Television.
Cinema expert Dr. Jeffrey Miller, chair of the Humanities Division and professor of English, shares his predictions for the 89th annual Academy Awards this weekend.
Augustana University today introduced former congresswoman Stephanie Herseth Sandlin as its 24th president. The appointment, made by the Augustana Board of Trustees following an extensive national search, marks the first time in Augustana’s 157-year history that a woman will serve as president.