This fall, Augustana will seek the help of Quad-City citizens to "yarn bomb" a tree along 7th Avenue in Rock Island.
From accountants to artists, Augustana students found professional internships in the Quad Cities this summer.
Augustana's new provost, Dr. Gail Summer, talks about why she wanted to return to a liberal arts college with a Lutheran affiliation.
Mark Schwiebert '72, a former Rock Island mayor and Augustana trustee, has established a fund that will award grants each year for environmental education and studies.
The more than 800 new students include about 100 students from countries around the world and 237 first-generation students.
The Augustana men's basketball team will take on the University of Illinois Nov. 22 in Champaign.
New challenges? Novel experiences? For three students, this meant designing molecules and getting their work published.
Dr. Aaron Kivisto '04 finds that U.S. citizens living in states with the weakest gun laws are more than twice as likely to be fatally shot by police compared to those living in states with the strongest gun laws.
Augustana professor of biology Dr. Stephen Hager is the lead author of a new paper that finds larger buildings in rural areas pose a greater threat to birds than if those buildings were in an urban area. About a billion birds are killed every year when they fly into buildings.
Dr. Nick Polyak '99 is a Chicago area school superintendent. In an interview, he explains why he thought his ultimate goal was becoming a math teacher and coach. But a mentor convinced him otherwise.
Summer in Ecuador has given Lydia Lara ’19 her life’s direction, and the Gilman Scholarship got her there.
Adam Gronewold ’19 and his friends have an idea. The Rossing Scholarship can make it happen.
The Quad-Cities is host to the Professional Disc Golf Association’s Amateur and Junior Disc Golf World Championships. And Dale Haake '74 may be the person to thank.