Honors Program

Bob Groven  •  Honors Program Director  •  612-330-1560  •   groven@augsburg.edu

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“The 25th annual Nobel Peace Prize Forum will take place March 8-10 in Minneapolis, on the campuses of Augsburg College and the University of Minnesota West Bank.  This event is open to the public. 

The Nobel Peace Prize Forum is a unique civic learning experience. This dynamic, public, global event brings Nobel Peace Prize winners, civic leaders, and scholars together with students and other citizens. As the Norwegian Nobel Institute’s only such program or academic affiliation outside of Norway, the Forum has a special mission: to inspire peacemaking by celebrating the work of Peace Prize winners.” For more information, see the link below

Nobel Peace Prize Forum’s Website


The Christensen Scholar program provides a unique opportunity for students to discuss and explore theology, faith, vocation, and service in a small, supportive seminar setting. 

Christensen Scholar Website


The Augsburg Bonner Leaders Program was created with the belief that college students engaged in service have unique gifts and talents that bring energy, creativity, and hope to individuals and communities.  It is based also on the belief that colleges and universities can and must be a telling presence in thier local communities.  The Augsburg Bonner Leaders Program is a service-based work study program that encourages leadership development for students who are dedicated to integrating community and civic engagement into their college learning experience.

Bonnar Program Website