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Sports Extravaganza sets record, elevates spirits

Sports Extravaganza sets record, elevates spirits

At the 15th annual Sports Extravaganza, Augsburg College physical education and exercise science students used knowledge gained in the classroom to deliver smiles to a record 307 grade-school and… more >

StepUP® gala breaks fundraising record

StepUP® gala breaks fundraising record

Each year, Augsburg College’s StepUP Program supports dozens of students as they achieve academic success and sustain lives of recovery from substance use disorders. Augsburg is home to the… more >

On the spot: Henry Yoon examines addiction risk

On the spot: Henry Yoon examines addiction risk

Augsburg College Associate Professor Henry Yoon oversees the biopsychology major and leads the Augsburg Biopsychology Lab. One area of his research involves studying disorders related to the inability to inhibit… more >

Augsburg deemed a ‘best value’ college

Augsburg deemed a ‘best value’ college

Augsburg College was named No. 6 on Best Value Schools’ 2015 list of 20 Best Value Colleges or Universities in Minnesota. Rankings are based on graduation rate, net price, acceptance… more >

Phillip Adamo named 2015 Minnesota Professor of the Year

Phillip Adamo named 2015 Minnesota Professor of the Year

Augsburg College’s Phillip Adamo, professor of history and director of the Honors Program, was named the 2015 Minnesota Professor of the Year by the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement… more >

Historyapolis wins Alice Smith Prize

Historyapolis wins Alice Smith Prize

Kirsten Delegard, who serves as a scholar-in-residence in the Augsburg College History Department, and Michael Lansing, associate professor of history, were presented the Alice Smith Prize for best… more >

Signature program reaches milestone

Signature program reaches milestone

Minnesota Urban Debate League participants dominate 2016 state championship

Augsburg College’s Minnesota Urban Debate League program provides services, support, and materials to more than 750 students engaged in competitive academic debate at 40 high schools and middle schools… more >

Nobel Peace Prize Forum

Nobel Peace Prize Forum

Children’s rights advocate to keynote peace-building event

Augsburg College will host the 28th annual Nobel Peace Prize Forum June 6–8, inviting global leaders and the general public to explore pressing peacemaking issues faced by people across… more >

Research, study, and offer your two cents

Research, study, and offer your two cents

In March 2015, Melissa Motl, circulation coordinator in Augsburg’s Lindell Library, started posing questions to students on a whiteboard as a way to gain more information about how students… more >

Construction starts this spring

Construction starts this spring

College moves forward on new academic building

In May, Augsburg College will begin the construction of its newest and largest academic building, the Norman and Evangeline Hagfors Center for Science, Business, and Religion. The interdisciplinary Hagfors Center… more >

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