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New academic building scales heights

New academic building scales heights

The Norman and Evangeline Hagfors Center for Science, Business, and Religion is on track to open for classes in January 2018. In the six months since the April 29 groundbreaking… more >

Governor declares ‘Augsburg College Equity Day’

Governor declares ‘Augsburg College Equity Day’

Gov. Mark Dayton declared Aug. 29, 2016, “Augsburg College Equity Day” in recognition of the College’s commitment to equity and justice, and its efforts to close the opportunity gap… more >

Notes from President Pribbenow

Notes from President Pribbenow

On the gifts who are our students

Last spring, a small group of Regents, faculty, staff, and alumni were charged by the Board of Regents with exploring long-term strategy for Augsburg, especially in light of shifting… more >

Board of Regents welcomes new chair and members

Board of Regents welcomes new chair and members

Jeffrey Nodland ’77, president and chief executive officer of KIK Custom Products, was elected chair of the Augsburg College Board of Regents at its April 2016 meeting and began his… more >

$1 million grant prepares students for graduate school, meaningful work

$1 million grant prepares students for graduate school, meaningful work

The National Science Foundation awarded Augsburg College a highly competitive $1 million grant for continued support of the AugSTEM Scholars Program. Under the direction of Professor Rebekah Dupont, the program… more >

On the spot: A look at erratic weather and climate change with John Zobitz

On the spot: A look at erratic weather and climate change with John Zobitz

“Do we live in the tropics?” In early fall, a Minneapolis Star Tribune article asked this question. While readers surely answered “no,” the story described the recent soggy summer in… more >

Augsburg partners with Minnesota Public Radio on engagement series

Augsburg partners with Minnesota Public Radio on engagement series

A new partnership with Minnesota Public Radio means the Augsburg College Strommen Engagement Series is poised to spark dialogue on some of the state’s pressing contemporary issues. The reimagined… more >

Auggie earns ‘Most Promising Young Poet’ national honor

Auggie earns ‘Most Promising Young Poet’ national honor

Donte Collins ’18 was named the “Most Promising Young Poet” by the Academy of American Poets this fall. His poem, “what the dead know by heart,” previously won Augsburg’s… more >

2015-16 Annual Report to Donors

2015-16 Annual Report to Donors

2015-16 Scholarship Awardees Alison Ranum ’17 Roy and Eleanor Krohn Scholarship Hometown: Minneapolis Studying: Biology and Exercise Science With thanks: “College is an expensive investment, and without the donors… more >

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