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Scholarships and awards

Naeseth Writing Scholarship

The Naeseth Writing Scholarship is awarded to students who show exceptional promise as writers and English majors. Each year, Augustana awards several Naeseth Writing Scholarships in amounts of $1,000, renewable annually, to students who participate in the Academic Departmental Open House and Scholarship Competitionon campus. The event provides students the opportunity to learn more about the English department and then, write an essay to compete for the scholarship award.

Tredway Library Prize for First-Year Research

The Tredway Library Prize for First-Year Research recognizes an outstanding research paper written by a first-year Augustana student for a class in the Liberal Studies or Honors sequence. The award promotes students' active engagement in the processes of library research and encourages them to synthesize library research skills with the reading, writing and critical thinking skills developed in the first-year sequence.

SAGA

SAGA is Augustana's art and literary magazine. Each year the editors and review board award more than $2,000 in prize money to the year's best submissions.

Mary Wollstonecraft Writing Award

This award, named in honor of Mary Wollstonecraft (1759-1797), the English philosopher who wrote the classic text "A Vindication of the Rights of Women," is given annually by the Augustana women's and gender studies program. It is designed to recognize excellence in women's and gender scholarship at the undergraduate level. See details and recent winners.

Eddy Mabry Diversity Award

The Eddy Mabry Diversity Award recognizes academic work by dedicated students who have demonstrated a significant commitment to enhancing multicultural awareness at Augustana. Submissions included works that explore issues related to diversity and multiculturalism such as social class, culture, race/ethnicity, sex/gender, sexuality, disability, and religion.

The Roald Tweet, Dorothy Parkander, and Peggy Anderson Awards

Awarded by the English department at the end of each year to the year's outstanding senior English and creative writing majors.

Shakespeare’s 450th birthday

Humanities grads: successful and happy

The world needs, and often rewards, graduates in the humanities.

Joe Pement at WQPT

How a priceless, non-paying internship works

Every summer (and the rest of the year, too) CORE works with students and employers to help make career connections.

Beginner's Luck

"Beginner’s Luck" starts here Aug. 3-12

Mississippi Bend Players will premiere the comedy "Beginner’s Luck," written by Emmy Award nominee and Golden Girls producer P.J. Lasker Aug. 3-12.

River Readings: Kai and Anders Carlson-Wee

Poets and brothers Kai Carlson-Wee and Anders Carlson-Wee will read together at 5 p.m. in the Brunner Theatre Center's Black Box on campus. A reception will be held after the reading.

The Children's Hour

This 1934 American play by Lillian Hellman is set in an all-girls boarding school run by two women.

The Children's Hour

This 1934 American play by Lillian Hellman is set in an all-girls boarding school run by two women.