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The temperature’s rising

The temperature’s rising

As we expectantly watch outdoor temperatures climb this spring, the Augsburg community has seen the mercury rise on another attention-drawing gauge. The fundraising thermometer for the campaign for the… more >

Book proceeds to benefit Augsburg College

Book proceeds to benefit Augsburg College

Book describes Augsburg professor’s heritage as Norwegian immigrant Author Phillip Formo’s new book, Papa: A Life Remembered, describes the experiences of his grandfather, Andreas Helland, a Norwegian immigrant… more >

It takes an Auggie

It takes an Auggie

Class Challenge spurs friendly competition among Auggies to build new academic building

Alumni from throughout the decades have responded to a charge presented by Augsburg College Regent Wayne Jorgenson ’71 and former Alumni Board President Christopher Ascher ’81. The two men established… more >

“Big for the world …”

“Big for the world …”

In this issue of Augsburg Now, you will find a summary of Augsburg 2019, a strategic framework developed over the past several months with the involvement of Regents, faculty, staff… more >

Leading the way for others

Leading the way for others

Alumni engage in support of the Center for Science, Business, and Religion

BY CATHERINE REID DAY “We know what a difference the generosity of others made for us. Truly, it was the acts of strangers, other Augsburg leaders, whose gifts provided foundational… more >

Expanding undergraduate research

Expanding undergraduate research

The Center for Science, Business, and Religion at Augsburg College will bring together the study of global business, advanced science and technology, and religion and the search for meaning into… more >

My Auggie experience: Mike Good ’71

My Auggie experience: Mike Good ’71

Have a dream. Focus on key priorities. Recognize the importance of the team. Never give up. These are the four life lessons Mike Good ’71 shared with Augsburg alumni at… more >

Stewardship of space

Stewardship of space

Twenty-three acres. That’s the area of Augsburg’s Minneapolis campus—roughly the size of 21 football fields. As an urban college, Augsburg recognizes that thoughtful stewardship of this… more >

Green Planning

The Center for Science, Business, and Religion (CSBR) is Augsburg’s first new academic building in 60 years and will replace the 60-year-old, inefficient Science Hall. CSBR will… more >

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