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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 19

“Lullabies and Folksongs” with Erin Freund

April 20

Holocaust survivor Irving Roth

April 23

Independent and International Film Series: "The Signal"