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Convocation Series 2015-16

Convocation Series 2015-16

Now in its 25th year, the Convocation Series offers the Augsburg community an opportunity to share in enlightening conversation with outstanding leaders and visionaries. In September, the series kicked off… more >

Student Lounge shines after renovation

Student Lounge shines after renovation

This fall, the Student Lounge in the Christensen Center reopened following a renovation designed to offer improved spaces for student organization meetings, community events, study sessions, and—of course—fun… more >

Embracing green horizons

Embracing green horizons

In late summer, two of the three remaining elm trees in Augsburg’s quad—an alumni gift from more than 50 years ago—were removed because of Dutch Elm disease… more >

Auggies make a splash with hands-on learning

Auggies make a splash with hands-on learning

“This is my ideal form of higher education. It’s experiential, engaged with the community, interdisciplinary, physical, and mental.” —Joe Underhill, Winona Daily News, September 15 The first-ever Augsburg… more >

Notes from President Pribbenow

Notes from President Pribbenow

On being faculty-guided

In recent issues of Augsburg Now (apparently still the name of this fine publication—see Around the Quad), I’ve written about our Augsburg2019 vision to be “a new kind… more >

Augsburg Now to remain name of College magazine

Augsburg Now to remain name of College magazine

This summer, members of the Augsburg College community were invited to consider whether the College’s magazine name, Augsburg Now, aligned with and supported the publication’s purpose and key… more >

College awards 2015

College awards 2015

Augsburg College is nationally recognized for its commitment to intentional diversity in its life and work. This year’s accolades include: The 2015 Higher Education Excellence in Diversity Award from… more >

Leading foundations and corporations support capital campaign

Leading foundations and corporations support capital campaign

A recent $1 million grant from the Margaret A. Cargill Foundation has helped the campaign to build the Norman and Evangeline Hagfors Center for Science, Business, and Religion to surpass… more >

Signs of change

Signs of change

Excitement for the future Norman and Evangeline Hagfors Center for Science, Business, and Religion grew on campus after its construction site was marked. This multidisciplinary building will house, among other… more >

Notes from President Pribbenow

Notes from President Pribbenow

A college that is student-ready

The 2014-15 academic year—the 146th in Augsburg’s history—was a very good year for the College. National honors for students. Awards for faculty teaching, research, and advising… more >

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