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Grant brings students to an underrepresented field

Thanks to a five-year grant funded by the National Science Foundation, Nahant Marsh is introducing students of color to the natural area in Davenport, Iowa. Each of the six students in this year's group has a research project. Augustana senior biology major Zak Nadif is studying the relationship between turtles and their predators this summer.

Seniors are guest authors on graduate blog

Augustana seniors who majored in mathematics will be appearing as guest authors in the Graduate Student Blog for the American Mathematical Society this summer. Their post contain analyses they did as part of their Senior Inquiry projects with Dr. Brian Katz.

College adds three Academic All-Americans in 2016

Augustana has added three athletes to its list of Academic All-Americans this year, most recently two track and field athletes in June. Augustana currently ranks seventh in the nation (in all divisions) in number of Academic All-Americans with 163.

Shaping their futures through lessons in Africa

The friendship between a student and his mentor brought about a program that makes life-changing learning experiences in Africa open to more students. Augustana Transformative Learning and Service (ATLAS) is a $2,000 grant that can be used with Augie Choice or independently.

Wollstonecraft, Vazquez-Valarezo awards announced

Essays on the LGBTQ community, women's cultural weaving projects, as well as the representation of women in cartoons make up the winners of this year's essay contest.

Kirn Book Award winners for 2016

The Kirn Book Award provides up to $1,000 to a student who exhibits the qualities of curiosity and a love of the printed word that would lead towards the development of a personal library. This year's winners are Amanda Schar and Kathryn Gorzek