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Augsburg’s first travel to Egypt

By Mohamed Sallam, Director of the Pan-Afrikan Center and instructor in the Departments of Sociology and History As a child, I spent most of my summers in Egypt. When… more >

Two new regents elected to board

The Augsburg Corporation, at its annual meeting in September, elected two new members to the Board of Regents and re-elected six others. Elected to a four-year term on… more >

Ever Cat Fuels opens in Isanti

What began as a student research project in a Science Hall laboratory made another step toward changing how fuel will be produced in the future when Ever Cat Fuels held… more >

Mayor meets with students

After returning from New Zealand last summer, Richmond Appleton ’09 was so enthusiastic that he wrote a letter to Minneapolis mayor R.T. Rybak. Appleton was in New Zealand for… more >

Augsburg keeps going green

Sustainability Awareness Month September on campus not only included the beginning of fall classes, but a month-long series of events and activities designed to raise awareness and change habits… more >

Joyce Pfaff ’65

Retiring after 43 years—and still in love with teaching by Wendi Wheeler ’06 It could be said that Joyce Pfaff ’65 loves many things, like biking and running… more >

College mourns the death of Gracia Christensen

by Betsey Norgard Lilly Gracia Christensen, professor emerita of English and widow of Bernhard M. Christensen ’22, ’25 Sem, Augsburg’s fifth president, died in St. Paul on April 21… more >

Roberta Kagin is doubly honored

Roberta Kagin, director of the music therapy program, was honored in May for Outstanding Contributions to the Field of Music Therapy by the Department of Music Education and Therapy at… more >

Center for Democracy and Citizenship moves to Augsburg

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Recent veterans gain big tuition benefits

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