Archive for February, 2016
Gustavus senior Haley Bell and art professor Kristen Lowe spent much of January outside their comfort zone. Instead of collaborating in the art studio, the pair traded their smocks for safety goggles and spent the month in professor Scott Bur’s chemistry lab.
The College’s Möbius Initiative is offering faculty and students an innovative way to explore the liberal arts by connecting teachers and learners from different disciplines in a series of collaborative projects.
After initially thinking about dental school, Courtney Harbeck '16 took liberal arts classes that convinced her to study management. The change paid off, as the senior will begin a job at the consulting firm Boom Lab after graduation.
Gustavus has selected Between the World and Me by Ta-Nehisi Coates as the 2016-2017 Reading in Common book. Now in its 17th year, the Reading in Common program seeks to ignite conversation around relevant topics and provide a shared experience for the incoming first-year class.
Five former Gustavus hockey players are members of the U.S. Bandy Women's National Team, which competes in the World Championship this weekend in Roseville, Minn.
Haley Coller '16 has taken advantage of all that Gustavus has to offer. And when she graduates this spring, she’s ready to take on the world. The Bloomington, Minn. native will begin a career in asset management at Goldman Sachs in New York City.
The Linnaeus Arboretum was a busy place this fall, as it hosted a variety of events and made several important updates.
Gustavus senior Matt Broschard recently spent the month of January as a research observer in Vanderbilt University's Computational Memory Lab.
Students in Angelique Dwyer’s January class spent the month teaching, engaging, and building community with English language learners in Saint Peter and the surrounding area.
On the first day of his January Interim Experience class, visiting faculty member Bob Molhoek asked students one simple question: “Why should I hire you?”