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Video: Dr. Havard delivers Tea Talk on 15-Century chick lit

Assistant professor of Spanish Dr. Megan Havard discusses her Tea Talks presentation, "Medieval Chick Lit? The Myth of Gender-Exclusive Readership in 15th-century Castile."

Senior Inquiry: learning plus a way to stand out

Every Augustana geography major has completed an extended, original research project since 1971, making geography the forerunner for Senior Inquiry. Today, all Augustana seniors complete a substantial creative or research project. As a result, they gain both experience and an actual product — portfolio, performance, presentation, new data, etc. — to help them stand out to graduate schools and employers.

Hoffmann '15 wins Fifty for the Future award

Augustana senior Mark Hoffmann has been selected as a winner of the Fifty for the Future award by the Illinois Technology Foundation. He is a native of Lansing, Ill., majoring in pre-medicine and engineering physics and minoring in mathematics and computer science. Fifty for the Future encourages education and industry to support students who aspire to achievement in technology.

Hilton-Morrow's book on sexual identity, media

Dr. Wendy Hilton-Morrow, associate dean and associate professor of communication studies at Augustana College, recently completed a book introducing readers to sexuality, media and popular culture.

Geifman prize winners announced; event is April 20

The Center for the Study of Judaism and Jewish Culture has chosen recipients of the yearly Geifman "Responses to the Holocaust" Prize. They will receive their awards at 7 p.m. April 20 in Wallenberg Hall. Guest speaker will be Holocaust survivor Irving Roth.

Cranford to help build a musical theater program

Jerry Jay Cranford, who is finishing up his second year of teaching acting and musical theater at Kansas State University, will join Augustana later this year to help build a musical theater degree program. "They already have a good idea. They think I'm the missing link in the puzzle to get it all started," Cranford said earlier this week. "They have a lot of big things coming up very quickly. It's going to be a very good time at Augustana."