In honor of the College's 150th anniversary, Augustana musicians will present a series of “Sesqui-Sunday” performances during Sunday morning worship services at Sioux Falls-area churches this fall.
Augustana officials will unveil the restored Eidsvaag Bell, a gift originally given to the College in 1869, at the Opening Convocation ceremony on Sesquicentennial Day, Wednesday, Sept. 8.
The new "Conversations with Emeriti” feature includes interviews with Augustana legends Dr. Arie Gaalswyk, J. Earl Lee, Clara Lee, Milton Harvey, Dr. Palmer Eide and Margaret Cashman.
Ceramic works from the collection of Todd Thelen and Eric Dean will be displayed at the Eide/Dalrymple Gallery from Wednesday, Sept. 8, through Saturday, Oct. 2. A gallery reception is set for Friday, Sept. 10.
Augustana is ranked the No. 6 baccalaureate college in the nation for its efforts to advance social mobility, research and service, according to Washington Monthly’s 2010 College Rankings.
Augustana will mark its 150th anniversary, and the beginning of the academic year, on Sesquicentennial Day, Wednesday, Sept. 8. The community is invited to attend Opening Convocation at 2 p.m. in the Elmen Center.
Augustana is ranked No. 5 among the Best Regional Colleges and No. 2 among "great schools with great prices" in the Midwest, according to the 2011 edition of America’s Best Colleges by U.S. News Media Group.
Augustana will offer a series of Continuing Education workshops from September through December. The workshops apply toward undergraduate or graduate college credit and meet teacher certification/re-certification requirements from the South Dakota State Department of Education.
Despite the lingering challenges still facing our economy, the Augustana Fund raised a record $1 million for the fiscal year ending July 31, 2010, a 24 percent increase over the prior year.
Fifty-nine Augustana students are participating in undergraduate research projects on- and off-campus this summer.