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A year in the practice room pays off

Students begin planning their required recitals more than a year ahead. "They learn from establishing a specific goal and reflecting on the process and product. When it is all said and done, it's a fantastic accomplishment," said Dr. Sangeetha Rayapati, voice area coordinator.

Tiffany '04 finds her mission in tracking Ebola

Amanda Tiffany '04 was profiled in last winter's Augustana magazine about her work fighting the dead Ebola outbreak in 2014. This summer she has returned to Africa to continue her work, traveling between Sierra Leone, Guinea and Liberia to evaluate the impact of safe and dignified burial on controlling the Ebola epidemic.

Berndt follows heart, finds reward in 'study of things'

Sarah Berndt '15 has always known what she wants to study. She wants to study things, extraordinary things, from antiques to old stone churches. In fact, she wants to make a career out of it, and that's exactly what she's about to do. She has been awarded a fully-funded fellowship with the Winterthur Program in American Material Culture, a highly selective graduate program.

Learning communities now connect abroad

What are called "learning communities" have been around awhile. They typically involve combining two or more courses in different academic disciplines to approach topics in new ways. Taking these student communities abroad adds an extra dimension.

Portfolios help students see all they've learned

Learning does not end in the classroom. Students also absorb skills and knowledge — even if they don't realize it at the time — through a variety of activities, memberships and living-arrangement responsibilities. How to measure, assess and demonstrate the educational value of the whole college package? At Augustana, there's a portfolio for that.

Seniors publish their work on local modernist writers

Students discover some of the most important writers in America lived and wrote in the Quad Cities in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. To bring attention to this neglected body of literature, they researched and wrote essays about the writers and published an anthology at Augustana's East Hall Press.