Augustana's Michelle Crouch, assistant professor of music, has found a faith home at Trinity Episcopal Cathedral, Davenport. She is profiled in the Quad City Times "Faces of Faith" series.
Three Augustana faculty will teach classes at CommUniversity this year, and the keynote speaker will be Dr. David Crowe, Augustana professor of English.
But what is a teaching museum? Is it something new? Yes and no. Augustana has had an art collection for more than a century but the word "teaching" was inserted into the museum name during the 2013-14 school year.
The Augustana Symphonic Band, under the direction of Dr. James Lambrecht, will tour southern California in February.
A partnership between Augustana and SafePath opens pathways to careers.
The Jenny Lind Vocal Ensemble will make stops in Indiana and Ohio on a three-day, three-performance tour in February.
If you’re a current student, graduates urge you to use CORE — our customized network of mentors, resources and experiences focused on your success.
Renovating the Strength Center in the Roy J. Carver Physical Education Center will benefit the entire athletics department—every varsity program and all of Augustana's 700 student-athletes will be impacted.
Keeping the Quad-Cities' Hispanic community engaged in business and cultural programs has become a passion for Zenaida Landeros '07.
Tons of little reasons. Four big ones: Augie Choice. CORE. The Quad Cities on the Mississippi River. Academic All-Americans, who show how we balance activities and academics.
Brenna Whisler ’17 has taken Augustana with her to Texas, Kenya and Colorado.
Dag Blanck, director of the Swenson Swedish Immigration Research Center at Augustana, has become one of the most sought-after experts in the Swedish media for explaining what is going on in the U.S.