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Gustavus Announces Fall Semester Calendar Change

Classes will begin one week early on September 2 and the College will transition to online course delivery after Thanksgiving.

S.1 E.10 “Unwanted”

Learning for Life @ Gustavus host Greg Kaster interviews immigration historian and author Maddalena Marinari.

Care, Connection, and Country: Dalton Dahle ’22

The Gustavus junior intends to pair nursing and language study to prepare him for career in the U.S. Army.

S.1 E.9 The Chemistry Lab and the Alchemy of Student Growth

Gustavus chemistry professor and chromatography expert Dwight Stoll on working with students in his highly-regarded campus lab, facilitating their development as individuals and scientists, and enjoying the College’s newly renovated and expanded Nobel Hall for state-of-the-art science research and education in the 21st century. Season 1, Episode 9: The Chemistry Lab and the Alchemy of […]

S.1 E.8 “Shame Shame Shame”

Political theorist Jill Locke of the Gustavus political science department talks about her critique of “The Lament that Shame Is Dead” in her engaging and provocative book, Democracy and the Death of Shame (2016). Season 1, Episode 8: “Shame, Shame, Shame” Transcript: Greg Kaster: Learning for Life at Gustavus has produced by JJ Akin and […]

S.1 E.7 Mercury in the Water

Learning for Life @ Gustavus host Greg Kaster interviews Gustavus chemistry and environmental studies professor Jeff Jeremiason.

Gustavus Actions for Racial Justice

President Rebecca M. Bergman and her senior leadership team sent the following message to Gustavus students, faculty, and staff on Thursday, June 11, outlining steps the College will take in pursuit of racial justice.

S.1 E.6 “There’s No Such Thing as a Bad Writer”

Learning for Life @ Gustavus host Greg Kaster interviews English professor and writing expert Eric Vrooman.

S.1 E.5 “The Little Biology”

Learning for Life @ Gustavus host Greg Kaster interviews microbiologist Laura Burrack.

S.1 E.4 Journeying Inward By Journeying Outward

Bryan Messerly, interim director of the Gustavus Center for International and Cultural Education, discusses bringing students abroad home safely during the COVID-19 pandemic and the life-changing potential of study away experiences. Season 1, Episode 4: Journeying Inward by Journeying Outward Transcript: Greg Kaster: Learning for Life at Gustavus is produced by JJ Akin and Matthew […]