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Changes at Teaching Museum of Art

As the Augustana College Teaching Museum of Art prepares for a new exhibition, its leader plans to start a new chapter in his life. In September, an exhibition devoted to Swedish art will open and museum director, Preston Thayer, will leave.

May '74 brings experience to new magnet school

Ron May '74 will bring 40 years of experience as a music educator to yet another new role: performing-arts teacher for Davenport's new Creative Arts Academy. He will be among three full-time arts faculty for the new magnet school. "I'm very, very passionate about arts education. It is not a frill; it is not an extra," May said. " It is a driving force of our economy. We should not be ignoring it in education. It's vital."

Video: Edmondson outlines CORE benefits

Michael Edmondson, head of Augustana's Office of Career Development, speaks on Mediacom's Newsleaders program about the college's new CORE (Careers, Opportunities, Research and Exploration) initiative.

Walsh '06 teaches peers as well as students

As a child, Amy Walsh '06 was inspired by an excellent teacher. Today, she has become one. A 2013 finalist for Illinois Teacher of the Year, Walsh was been with Bensenville District 2 since 2010. Her success and enthusiasm resulted in an invitation to serve as a demonstration teacher for her peers as well as students. Walsh studied elementary education at Augustana.

College to participate in wetlands restoration

Augustana College and its Upper Mississippi Studies Center have pledged $17,000 in in-kind contributions as part of a $200,000-plus project to restore a 225-acre wetland in Moline and improve Rock River water quality. River Action Inc., based in Davenport, is spearheading the project. Augustana students and staff will help identify invasive plants for removal, and do inventory and monitoring.

Le '16 uses grant for chemistry research

John Le '16 used a National Science Foundation diversity grant to do research in the multi-step synthesis of organic molecules in assistant professor Jose Boquin's lab this summer.