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Two faculty members earn endowed chairs

Dr. Ellen Hay, professor of communication studies, and Dr. Reuben Heine, professor of geography, recently were named to endowed chair positions at Augustana. Hay has been a faculty member since 1989. Heine joined the Augustana faculty in 2005.

Lecturer to offer history as bridge between religions

Dr. Meira Kensky will give the 29th annual Stone Lecture in Judaism on Thursday, April 24, in Wallenberg Hall. The lecture, focusing on the theme of connectedness between Judaism and Christianity, is free and open to the public. Dr. Kensky’s lecture, “The Crucifixion, the New Testament, and the Jews” will examine the earliest Christian assertions about the crucifixion and the Jews’ role in it, including those of 1 Thessalonians and the Gospels of Mark, Matthew and John, and texts from the history of both Jewish and Christian thought.

Video: Stone Lecture addresses psychotherapy

Dr. Bruce Wampold of the University of Wisconsin-Madison presents the 2014 Lewis Stone Memorial Lecture, entitled "The Great Psychotherapy Debate: Models, Methods, and Findings." His talk discusses two models of how psychotherapy works.

Augustana introduces co-curricular transcript

Students routinely discover peak moments beyond the classroom at Augustana, and they now have a way to track those experiences. Through the co-curricular transcript, which debuted at the start of spring term, students can record co-curricular and extra-curricular activities with the college’s verification.

Running the gamut in first teaching job

Caitlin N. Griffin '13 is in her first teaching job, with seven different classes every day. She teaches English for grades 8-12, plus mass communication and advanced writing, in Moulton, Iowa. She said her favorite thing about teaching is, simply, the children. “They have a lot of energy, and they are still not cynical about the world,” she said. “They surprise me all the time.”

Video: Detroit artists address urban revitalization

The husband/wife team of Mitch Cope and Gina Reichert, founders of art studio Design 99, discuss the efforts of Detroit artists and designers to revitalize troubled neighborhoods.Cope and Reichert, who founded Design 99 in 2007, share how they've led a movement to take over abandoned houses and turn them into artists' studios, community spaces and even artworks.