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Summer 2015

From Augsburg’s Campus Kitchen to the community table

From Augsburg’s Campus Kitchen to the community table

Unique program expands its reach

The Campus Kitchen program at Augsburg College works to make healthy food accessible to all people living in and near the Cedar-Riverside neighborhood in Minneapolis. The program also provides… more >

A teacher’s influence never ends

A teacher’s influence never ends

Each year, the Augsburg College faculty recognizes select colleagues with Distinguished Contributions to Teaching and Learning awards—acknowledging those who have demonstrated outstanding support for students through teaching, advising, and… more >

Soup for the heart and soul of Augsburg’s neighbors

Soup for the heart and soul of Augsburg’s neighbors

Alumnus launches community meal program

Five days a week, Minneapolis community members convene at Bethany Lutheran Church to dine on gourmet fare prepared as part of the Soup for You! Café—a program the Star… more >

Minnesota Urban  Debate League adds first-ever Somali Debate Initiative

Minnesota Urban Debate League adds first-ever Somali Debate Initiative

The Minnesota Urban Debate League—a program of Augsburg College—sponsored the first debate in the state among Somali youth. The Somali Debate Initiative serves middle- and high-school students… more >

Putting Minneapolis in the spotlight

Putting Minneapolis in the spotlight

This spring, hundreds of prospective Augsburg College students and their families visited campus as part of “Destination: Augsburg,” an event designed to offer a glimpse into on-campus life. The… more >

Commencement memories

Commencement memories

Augsburg College held back-to-back Commencement ceremonies May 2-3. The College welcomed nearly 4,000 people to campus who celebrated the achievements of the Class of 2015, gathered… more >

Ahead of the Curve

Ahead of the Curve

Augsburg leads in shaping higher education for Minnesota’s increasingly diverse population

For more than five years, Augsburg College has undertaken important efforts to intentionally diversify the traditional undergraduate student profile. This work is not only a prudent move in terms of… more >

Making their mark

Making their mark

Unique research experience draws faculty-student duo to East Africa and Capitol Hill

Who gets pooped on by chimpanzees, zig-zags through a mountainous forest to elude elephants, and has been recognized by members of the U.S. Congress for her impressive research… more >

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