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children’s book
Two seniors who spent a week with visually impaired high school students at the Florida School for the Deaf and Blind were inspired to write a children’s book.
Fueled by a heart defect and an interest in research, junior Brandon Wills earned the 2015 Hasselmo Prize for Academic Pursuit and its $5,000 award. He will conduct genetics research at Argonne National Laboratory in Lemont, Ill., this summer.
kayla bushey
Kayla Bushey ’16 designed a poster that got attention and now hangs at Augustana’s track. The message is simple: Don’t get nervous about “race,” whether it’s a run or a different skin tone.
augie acres
Augie Acres is preparing hives for 20,000 bees (including two queens) arriving this spring. The bees will be expected to produce honey, plus help with a fall-term entomology classes.
summer academy
High school students can experience a unique college atmosphere and summer adventure by taking a course in the Augustana Summer Academy.
Students provide their answers to why they're here and what makes Augustana special — affordability, career opportunities, student life and more.
The first renovated rooms in Westerlin Residence Hall' should be ready for move in by next fall. Junior Kayla Bushey provides a sneak peek and a look at the new student fitness facility. Changes are coming across campus, including in theatre and Andreen.

Events

April 18

Retirement celebration for Fred Whiteside
  • Ken Anderson Academic All-American Clubhouse
  • 4:00 pm to 7:00 pm
  • More information

April 19

“Lullabies and Folksongs” with Erin Freund

April 20

Holocaust survivor Irving Roth