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Augustana and Longfellow students make dream machines

When asked how she would make the world of the future better, Edita Salama, 11, built a dam to protect people from tsunamis. Edita, a student at Longfellow Liberal Arts School in Rock Island, made her project Tuesday during Augustana's Symposium Day. The Longfellow class was invited to create an object that would solve a problem.

Dr. Heidi Storl to open CommUniversity

Augustana's Dr. Heidi Storl will open this year's CommUniversity with the talk "Bio-medical Ethics: Doing the Right Thing at the Right Time" at 1 p.m. Feb. 1 at St. Ambrose University in Davenport. CommUniversity, a series of Sunday classes taught by area experts, will begin its 36th year in February.

New public health major leads to wide-ranging careers

Augustana students looking to make their mark on the world have another entry in the health field, a new major in public health that opens an array of career fields, while drawing on the college's strong tradition in the liberal arts and health sciences.

Augustana wins Outstanding Delegation Award

Augustana students received an Outstanding Delegation Award for their parrticipation in the 25th Model United Nations Conference last month in Chicago. Fifteen students from a variety of majors represented Augustana. Each student was responsible for researching specific policy topics. At the conference, they worked with delegations from other school to write resolutions.

Director works with student museum assistants

Dr. Claire Kovacs, interim assistant museum director at the college's Teaching Museum of Art, works with 10 students as museum assistants, managing the 4,500-piece collection and installing exhibits. "It's a work-study job for them, but also a teaching opportunity for them," she said.

Cosentino '04 and students analyze amphibian populations

Dr. Bradley Cosentino '04 is an assistant professor of biology at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in New York. He and his students recently published "Citizen science reveals widespread negative effects of roads on amphibian distributions" after analyzing 20 years' worth of data. Cosentino earned his Ph.D. at the University of Illinois. He worked with Augustana's Dr. Steve Hager last year analyzing factors that cause birds to be killed by flying into windows.