Monthly Archives: August 2013

Bringing global issues and perspectives into the classroom

Teaching and traveling are more than passions for Kate Woolever ’11—they are vital to her own education as a citizen of the world. Here Woolever reflects on a trip to Bangladesh where she was one of five U.S. teachers selected to study the environmental,

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President Emeritus Charles S. Anderson’s Legacy

Learn more about Augsburg College’s eighth president by reading articles from the Star Tribune, Pioneer Press, and The Circle. 

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Lacrosse team maps new ground in women’s athletics

Being first can be daunting. It’s intimidating because no one before you has done what you are trying to do. There’s no road map to keep you on track. But it’s also exhilarating to create the map for others and

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In memoriam: E. Milton Kleven

E. Milton “Milt” Kleven ’46, active Augsburg alumnus, generous scholarship benefactor, teacher, businessman, Navy Reserve commander, and friend of Augsburg College, passed away April 11. Kleven, son of a Norwegian immigrant mother and a Norwegian-American father, grew up two blocks

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Honoring Augsburg College President Emeritus Charles S. Anderson

Charles S. Anderson, respected reformation scholar, higher education leader, and president of Augsburg College from 1980 to 1997, passed away June 14. As the eighth president of Augsburg, Anderson led the College to expand diversity in enrollment and programs; to

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Hybrid learning

BY LAURA SWANSON For Lisa Benjamin ’06, ’12, the possibility of going back to school was appealing, but finding time to spend in a classroom was challenging. In 2010, Benjamin sought a license to teach in Minnesota and to sharpen

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Auggies are achievers: Success after college

COMPILED BY WENDI WHEELER ’06 Each year, Augsburg College mints hundreds of new graduates who go on to continued education in graduate schools and workplaces across the nation. Preparing students for success is a key part of an Augsburg education and central to

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Commencement: Introducing Augsburg’s Newest Alumni

The graduating class of 2013 added more than 700 Auggies—from our undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral programs—to the College’s alumni ranks. This brings the total number of alumni to more than 28,000 people living in all 50 states and 57 countries

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Leading the way for others

Alumni engage in support of the Center for Science, Business, and Religion BY CATHERINE REID DAY “We know what a difference the generosity of others made for us. Truly, it was the acts of strangers, other Augsburg leaders, whose gifts

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Expanding undergraduate research

The Center for Science, Business, and Religion at Augsburg College will bring together the study of global business, advanced science and technology, and religion and the search for meaning into a first-of-its-kind education center. The Center will house classrooms, labs,

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