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Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology Career Day

Spend a day at Augustana College to learn about a career in speech-language pathology or audiology! You will have the opportunity to meet with students and faculty in our program and talk with parents of the clients we serve. You will also learn about speech and hearing through hands-on activities like learning sign language and doing hearing screenings. Lunch will be provided, and there will be fun giveaways!

Dance Company: 'Eclipse'

The Augustana Dance Company will present the spring 2024 dance showcase “Eclipse,” featuring a blend of hip hop, ballet and contemporary dance choreographed by members.

Art exhibition reception: Kaitlyn Niedfeldt '24

Join Augustana's Art Department to celebrate Kaitlyn Niedfeldt's work in preparation for her art education major.

Guest speaker: Dr. Sandra Boham, 'A People of Vision'

A member of the Salish Tribe, Dr. Boham will talk about the experiences of the Salish, Kootenai and North Pend d'Orielle Tribes and about reasons for optimism about the future. The tribes have been the victims of huge injustices perpetrated by the U.S.

Student recital: Andy Frieden, trombone, and Alex Sell, bass trombone

Senior Andy Frieden, a music education major from Roscoe, Ill., and senior Alex Sell, a biochemistry major from Rosemount, Minn., will perform recital. Frieden will play trombone and Sell will play bass trombone.

Student recital: Xander Thomson, voice

Senior Xander Thomson, a computer science and music double major from Batavia, Ill., will perform a voice recital.

Student recital: Savonia Mahr-Threw, double bass

Senior Savonia Mahr-Threw, a French and communication studies double major from Peoria, Ill., will perform a double bass recital.

Low Brass Ensemble concert

The Augustana Low Brass Ensemble will perform.

Low brass are the family of brass instruments consisting of trombones, euphoniums and baritones and tubas.

Fungal Foray Through the Slough

Join the Augustana Mycophiles and a local mushroom expert from 1-2 p.m. to seek out fungal biodiversity on our campus. Please join if you are interested in looking for mushrooms, or if you would like to find out how to educate yourself with summer mycology classes in the Quad Cities.

Presentation: 'U.S. Media and Pop Culture in Sweden'

Join the Swenson Swedish Immigration Research Center for a presentation on and discussion of the history of U.S. media and popular culture in Sweden. Ulf Jonas Bjork, Ph.D., will present.

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