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Yearly Archives: 2016

Augsburg hosts 2016 Lilly Fellows Program Conference

Augsburg hosts 2016 Lilly Fellows Program Conference

This fall, Augsburg College hosted the national Lilly Fellows Program Conference. The event focused on the theme, “Reformed and Always Reforming: Faith, Science, Art, and Culture,” and featured the Rev… more >

Pedestrians take priority

Pedestrians take priority

This fall, Open Streets Minneapolis allowed community members to stroll, skate, and cycle on roads closed to cars near Augsburg’s campus. Open Streets events held across the city throughout… more >

An ambitious approach

An ambitious approach

Entrepreneur Maya Santamaria ’94 leads businesses that break boundaries and build community in Minneapolis

“Call me at 3 a.m. any time,” says Maya Santamaria ’94. “I’m up.” Leaning back into a sturdy wood and wrought iron chair pulled up to a corner… more >

Play with purpose

Play with purpose

Special Olympics Minnesota and Augsburg College team up

Hundreds of fans line sturdy oak bleachers. All eyes are on a group of athletes in college basketball jerseys. There are short ones, tall ones, fast ones, and slow ones… more >

The space to learn

The space to learn

A 20-year vision for campus

If you imagine the Augsburg College campus, what do you see? With just 23 acres, bound by Interstate 94, the University of Minnesota, and the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood, Augsburg’s… more >

Homecoming 2016

Homecoming 2016

Be called. Be proud. Be Auggies.

Augsburg College’s 2016 Homecoming celebration was held Sept. 22-24—a festive weekend when alumni, students, and families took part in new events and beloved traditions. More than… more >

From national champion to local hero

From national champion to local hero

Three-time NBA champion Devean George ’99 rebuilds community

Devean George ’99 was the first NCAA Division III player ever selected in the first round of the NBA Draft—and he played professionally for more than a decade. Now… more >

The city: Course content and classroom

The city: Course content and classroom

A glimpse at faculty and students who embrace learning opportunities in Minneapolis

Each semester, painting and drawing classes typically occur in what originally was an Augsburg College chapel. Old Main 100 is an inspiring place with 25-foot ceilings and soaring windows… more >

Leadership and conflict

Leadership and conflict

Graduate students study global compassion at Nobel Peace Prize Forum

Conflict is a pervasive characteristic of human interaction. This is the opening line of the summer syllabus for Augsburg College’s Master of Arts in Leadership course, “Navigating Local &amp… more >

Beyond the scoreboard

Beyond the scoreboard

By the numbers: A year of Augsburg College athletics

Each year, Augsburg College athletes sprint, skate, dive, throw, swim, and leap countless times as they prepare for and compete in athletic contests. Because competition records and stats generally offer… more >

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