Augustana student groups are planning a number of hands-on activities for Green Week April 18-23. Their goal is to promote environmental issues and encourage campus to connect with nature.
“Spending spring break in India with the women’s and gender studies department was never part of my planned curriculum in accounting. But once I got the itch to apply for the program, I began to truly understand the value of a liberal arts education.”
Professor and author Dr. Jonathan Petropoulos presents the 2017 Stone Lecture in Judaism. His speech explores the history of Nazi art looting and what can be done to recover lost works.
Dr. Joshua Dyer, assistant professor of physics, talks about his high school teacher’s hovercraft, the humility of Einstein, and inspiring students to travel the world.
Augustana President Steven Bahls will participate in the first Higher Education Summit of the United States and Mexico, which will take place in Guadalajara, Mexico. The summit is named “Reaffirming the North American Spirit of Collaboration in Higher Education: Creating Bridges of Communications.”
Doris Fogel will present the annual talk by a Holocaust survivor, sponsored by the Center for the Study of Judaism and Jewish Culture, on Sunday, April 24, at 7 p.m. in Wallenberg Hall inside the Denkmann Memorial Building (3520 7th Ave., Rock Island). The presentation is free and open to the public.
The Gallery Gap is a new podcast focusing on underrepresented populations in art galleries.
The Rogers Business Plan Competition at Augustana College allows teams or individual students to present their business ideas and plans to a panel of business professionals for the opportunity to win $7,000.
Student super-fans the Carver Crazies drive on to Salem, Va., and the men's basketball team practices ahead of Friday's national semifinal against Williams.
Fans following the Augustana Vikings' trip to the DIII Final Four can use #augiehoops to share their social media posts with us.
Photos and fun facts about the 15 Vikings traveling to Salem, Va., for Friday’s final-four game in the NCAA DIII basketball championship weekend.
Five Augustana athletes earned All-America honors at last weekend NCAA Division III Indoor Track & Field Championships.
Augustana's Adarios Jones and Christos Giatras were crowned All-Americans at the NCAA Division III Wrestling Championships last weekend.
The Augustana Vikings just missed their first national men's basketball championship Saturday, losing to Babson 79-78 in the NCAA DIII final game.