The Ravine Complex is the senior student dorm and is comprised of six buildings that house a maximum of 46 students in each building - eight students per wing. Each dorm bears the name of an important individual in Augustana’s history.
Peter Anderson was elected the first secretary of the Alberta Norwegian Lutheran College Association, founded in 1910 to establish and operate the school.
Edwin Bergh taught commercial subjects at Augustana from 1925 to 1943 and was the school's business manager and treasurer for many years.
Edwin Marken taught mostly maths and sciences at Augustana for 36 years. He also served as Dean of boys for many years, choir director from 1942 to 1960, and as the principal.
Georg Moi taught at Augustana for 30 years, and was the principal for seven years. He was the first person at Augustana to be granted a full professorship.
Rev. Halvor Ronning, a pastor and a missionary to China, was the chief spokesperson for the Hauge Lutheran Synod when it joined with the United Lutheran Church in establishing the school.
Rev. Andrew Solheim, and his wife Mina, taught at Augustana from 1912 to 1927. He was the principal for the last nine years during his time here. #Alberta #Anderson #Augustana #Bergh #Camrose #Canada #Hall #Marken #Moi #Ravine_Residences #Ronning #Solheim #U_of_A #University_of_Alberta