The new age of artisansDuring an economic downturn, a resurgence of skill-savvy craftspeople revived centuries-old traditions of making high-quality goods in small quantities, harnessing the power of modern technology and local communities.
More than a decade ago, Americans plunged into the Great Recession. A wave of new and seasoned workers alike struggled to navigate the economic uncertainty of fewer jobs and growing… more >
Learning across abilitiesThe Center for Learning and Accessible Student Services champions students with a broad range of disabilities on the path to academic success.
Since second grade, Maura Gunter ’19 relied on accommodations for attention deficit hyperactivity disorder and a word processing disorder. So when she started college, Gunter knew the drill. But on… more >
Auggie friendships: A photo essayScenes from Augsburg’s campus
All in the familyAugsburg athletes enjoy competing alongside siblings
A year of celebration to honor 150A preview of Augsburg’s sesquicentennial plans: September 27, 2019, to September 26, 2020
Commencement 2019A new venue, a grand scale
Augsburg University will host this year’s commencement ceremony May 10 at U.S. Bank Stadium in downtown Minneapolis… more >
Notes from President PribbenowAugsburg at 150
It is indeed remarkable for any of us today to stand in the shadows of an institution that has existed for 150 years. Institutions such as Augsburg University—no matter… more >
Auggies win 13th national wrestling title
In March, the Augsburg University wrestling team claimed its 13th NCAA Division III national championship, winning all four of its individual national title bouts. Seven Auggies earned All-American honors… more >
On the spotGwen Walz is still surprised to be addressed as first lady
“I sometimes walk right past people or don’t turn around when someone says it because I just don’t hear it like I hear ‘Gwen,’” said Walz, whose husband… more >