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College Supports Vote No Work of Minnesotans United for All Families

College Supports Vote No Work of Minnesotans United for All Families

In August, the College announced support of the “Vote No” work of Minnesotans United for All Families to prevent passage of a Minnesota Constitutional amendment that would define marriage. The… more >

Stewardship of place and people

Stewardship of place and people

The Augsburg College mission statement says that Augsburg “educates students to be informed citizens, thoughtful stewards, critical thinkers, and responsible leaders.” These aspirations for our students require that all of… more >

The Augsburg Promise

The Augsburg Promise

BY PAUL C. PRIBBENOW, PRESIDENT As I recently watched our almost 1,000 graduates of the Augsburg Class of 2012 walk across the stage to receive diplomas, I couldn’t… more >

Honoring our retired faculty

Honoring our retired faculty

Augsburg College celebrated the accomplishments and dedication of faculty during the spring Faculty Recognition Luncheon and formally thanked 10 faculty for their service. Below are brief biographies of those who… more >

Innovation and excellence

Innovation and excellence

As I write this, there is much conversation around the country about President Obama’s challenge to colleges and universities to stem tuition increases and make higher education more accessible… more >

Sabo public policy symposium

Sabo public policy symposium

Augsburg’s annual Sabo Symposium modeled constructive debate in addressing some of the contentious issues surrounding K-12 integration funding in Minnesota. The panel included Peter Swanson and Scott… more >

On politics and informed citizens

On politics and informed citizens

BY PAUL C. PRIBBENOW, PRESIDENT The creation of the Sabo Center for Citizenship and Learning a few years ago allowed us a wonderful opportunity to celebrate the life and work… more >

Education off the main road

Education off the main road

As I write these words for the summer issue of the Augsburg Now—which includes stories illustrating Augsburg’s vision of educating global citizens—I am in Oslo, Norway… more >

First graduates of Augsburg’s Doctor of Nursing Practice program

Back Row [L to R]: Kristin McHale ’08 MAN; Susan Loushin ’03 BSN, ’06 MAN; Mary Ann Kinney ’04 MAN; Kaija Freborg Sivongsay ’08 MAN… more >

Conflict and learning

Conflict and learning

By Paul C. Pribbenow As I write this column, there are reports from far and near of conflicts in the world that reflect fundamental questions about our values and aspirations… more >

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