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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

Click here to read more about “Center for Democracy and Citizenship moves to Augsburg&#8221… more >

Recent veterans gain big tuition benefits

Click here to read more about “Recent veterans gain big tuition benefits”       &nbsp… more >

Advent Vespers adds a fifth service

Advent Vespers celebrates 30 years this year—and has grown so much that a fifth service is being added on Saturday at 2 p.m. Tickets will be available beginning… more >

Honored for distinguished teaching and learning

The Center for Teaching and Learning annually recognizes exemplary work by faculty and staff in support of teaching and learning at Augsburg College. Awards are based on evidence of student… more >

Teaching, the liberal arts, and paying attention

Teaching, the liberal arts, and paying attention

I had a revelation a few years ago about liberal arts education while listening to a presentation by a religion professor at a small liberal arts college. He described his… more >

Generosity and sustainability

Generosity and sustainability

By Paul C. Pribbenow This issue of the Augsburg Now offers many inspiring stories of ways in which our community is learning about and practicing what it means to live… more >