Academy for Seniors Presents the Story of SculptureWalk and the Arc of Dreams

Academy for Seniors

Event Details

Date: March 18 - April 15, 北京福利彩票

Times: 10 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Location: Chapel and the 3-in-1 Room of Morrison Commons

Ticket Info: Registration is required. Cost is $15 for the upcoming date ($40 for the semester), which covers lunch and program. Seating is limited.

We continue Year 17 of the Augustana Academy for Seniors. Chosen speakers contribute their thoughts, experiences and insights on topics where they have demonstrated knowledge and experience.

Cost is $15 per session ($40 for the semester), which includes lunch. Seating is limited.

This spring's upcoming Academy for Seniors' speakers follow.

Arc of Dreams in Sioux FallsWednesday, March 18: Jeff Hanson '80 and Jim Clark '73 — Public Art and the Dream of a Better City: The Story of SculptureWalk and the Arc of Dreams; how this art program has been elevated to national prominence.

Dr. David O'HaraWednesday, April 15: Dr. David O'Hara — AU's director of sustainability (and Department Chair and Professor of Philosophy, Classics, and Environmental Studies) will speak about the campus-wide plan to integrate sustainability into AU's curriculum, its co-curricular initiatives, operations and identity.


  • 10 - 10:30 a.m. Chapel
  • 10:40 a.m. - 12:05 p.m. Lecture: 3-in-1 Room Commons
  • 12:05 - 12:40 p.m. Lunch (provided) and Discussion at Table Groups


Cost is $15 per session ($40 for the semester), which includes lunch. Seating is limited.

For more information or to register, or contact the Advancement office at 605.274.5521 or development@. Checks may be mailed to: Augustana University, Advancement Office, 2001 S. Summit Ave., Sioux Falls, SD 57197

Past Session

Augustana UniversityWednesday, Feb. 19: Cheryl Swanson and Sharon Gray — Cybersafety & You. Both longtime experts in technology, Cheryl is Augustana's Help Desk Coordinator, and Sharon is AU's Instructional Technologist. They spoke about scams and predators that target your computers and smartphones. Attendees learned how to avoid the threats.