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“I have an idea, and I want to change the world with it.” With those words, an Augustana University grad set off on a mission that now has been nationally recognized by Victoria’s Secret Pink.
Envisioning a campus for the future is part of Augustana University’s 2030 plan. And one thing already is clear: Augustana will look considerably different by the end of the next decade.
Augustana University art students will be able to pursue a new Bachelor of Fine Arts degree starting this fall, offering an enhanced track for students entering creative industries.
The Spanish flu pandemic of 1918-19 creates a framework for a fascinating event around health care coming up at Augustana University’s Center for Western Studies.
The most recent quarterly SiouxFalls.Business CEO survey done in partnership with the Augustana Research Institute found CEOs the least enthusiastic about their businesses since the survey began two years ago.
“The students are not just wrestling with ideas, they are actually creating new knowledge.” View research from 70 Augustana students and hear a fascinating keynote from a former Washington Post editor at this weekend’s Arthur Olsen Student Research Symposium.
Educating today’s workforce requires a fundamental shift in thinking about how students learn and how professionals work. That’s central to how Augustana University is envisioning academics approaching 2030.