Augsburg College News Archives

News Archives - 2009



Bush Foundation grant to improve teacher education
iTerm gets some attention
St. Martin's Table celebrating 25 years
International photo contest winner - Matt Anderson


Advent Vespers still growing after 30 years
Rink to be renamed for Saugestad
Campus Kitchen wins Youth Philanthropy Award
Sophomore Kat Lutze talks about being one of "The Three Sisters"
Augsburg to offer Doctor of Nursing Practice degree
Hector Matascastillo is one of "25 on the Rise"
Fine Arts Keystone uses art to make a difference
Minnesota ranks first in civic engagement
Augsburg to open Strommen Center for Meaningful Work


Meet the Center for Democracy and Citizenship Day of Action brings climate change to light
Exploring Mexico's economy up close -- International Business in Mexico
Music therapy program celebrates 35 years


Six alumni and friends honored at Homecoming convocation
Stanton kicks off Executive Speaker series
McNeff's Ever Cat Fuels opens in Isanti
Annika Gunderson studies away from Augsburg
McKibben speaks for Christensen Symposium
Emma Sutton, Fulbright Scholar, checks in from Indonesia


Two Auggies meet with Mayor Rybak
Nate Johnson is Rossing Physics Scholar
Yellow Ribbon program means big benefits for vets


UIC students immersed in Minnesota culture
Augsburg's Bloomington Center is open for business
URGO research presentations
McNair Scholars present research
URGO research project focuses on our neighbors
LSAMP gets students into the lab


Rich Osborn '09 graduates at age 69
Colin Irvine is Father of the Year
June commencement highlights science
Future Auggies get an early start at Bruce Vento Elementary
Center for Democracy and Citizenship moves to Augsburg
Grant Rostad is spending a summer in London
Auggies in New Zealand


"Crazy Book" illuminates lighter side of the Bible
Pedalers for Progress are off
URGO Summer Research Abstracts
McNair Scholars ready for research
Rochester Convocation features Paul Horgen
Marketing and Communication wins CASE award
Katie Klemme '09 MSW at Simpson Housing
Update from the Office of International Programs about H1N1 virus
Faculty celebrate awardees and Joyce Pfaff, retiring professor


International Programs and the H1N1 Virus
Computer science students win big in the Black Hills
Augsburg recognizes distinguished contributions to teaching and learning
Cody Warren explains his understanding of vocation
Schneider delivers Sverdrup Visiting Scientist lectures
Urinetown: The Musical sells out at Augsburg
Torstenson lecturer looks at Obama, Jordan
Seexeng Lee '97 explores Hmong identity through art
Garver receives Goldwater Scholarship


Katie Macaulay is Augsburg second Fulbright Scholar of the year
ALAS students explore Chicago on spring break
Alternative spring break—Homelessness and Hunger
Lewis House project helps a house feel like "home"
Emma Sutton is Augsburg's newest Fulbright Scholar
2009 Peace Scholars named
FoodLess FoodDrive raises dough for Brian Coyle Center