Ten students are recipients of the Excellence in the Liberal Arts Award, which provides Augustana students with $400-$4,000 for international study or summer programs in the humanities. It was established by Dr. Dan Lee, professor of religion, and his wife, Ruth Lee.
Essays on motherhood, women in STEM and politics were among the winners of this year's Wollstonecraft Essay Contest.
The Augustana Chapter of Phi Beta Kappa has elected 46 seniors to membership. These new members will be formally introduced at the Senior Honors Convocation on Saturday, May 19.
Victoria Witkowski, a junior from Dousman, Wis., is this year's winner of the Geifman Prize in Holocaust Studies, an annual student competition with awards up to $500.
Caitlyn Lecour, a sophomore from Manhattan, Ill., was the winner of this year's Vázquez-Valarezo Poetry Award.
Interview with Dr. Dag Blanck in Swedish Press magazine.
Augustana College will present the musical "The Drowsy Chaperone" April 27-29 and May 4-6, a Jazz Age show which pokes fun at the cliches of musical theatre.
Support the Swenson Center with Birdies for Charity. Your donation goes even further with this program!
The world needs, and often rewards, graduates in the humanities.
The Augustana chemistry department welcomed visitors of all ages at its annual open house April 14. Faculty and students performed and explained many different chemistry demonstrations such as explosions and color changes.
The Augustana Teaching Museum of Art is opening its final exhibition of the 2017-2018 academic year, 2018 Senior Show.
President Steve Bahls has pledged $1 million to maintain Augustana's status as one of America's most beautiful college campuses. The three-year campaign, Blue, Gold and Beautiful, was announced Friday.
Campus is invited to celebrate Ascension Day with worship and a sermon by the Rev. Barbara K. Lundblad '66. Ascension of Our Lord is one of the principal festivals of the Christian liturgical year for which Ascension Chapel at Augustana College gets its name.