Archive for 2017

Undergraduate Research Leads to Mayo Clinic for Sara Graves

After joining the Gustavus community as a PSEO student, the senior is set to return to the Mayo Clinic for research after graduation.

O’Connor Brings Philosophy to the Field of Addiction

The philosophy and gender, women, and sexuality studies professor writes a blog that recently reached one million total hits.

Gustavus Commissions Nationwide Survey on Attitudes Toward Male Contraception

The new survey was commissioned in anticipation of the 53rd annual Nobel Conference, "Reproductive Technology: How Far Do We Go?"

Support for DACA Students

President Rebecca M. Bergman sent this message to the Gustavus community on Wednesday, September 6.

Welcome to the Moved-In Class of 2021

They hail from 35 states and 14 nations, and 20 percent earned a 4.0 or higher in high school.

Isabella Robertson ’18 Interns in Sweden

The Gustavus communication studies major used a Wallenberg Foundation Intern Award to work for the American Chamber of Commerce in Stockholm.

“To Fertility and Beyond!” – The Theater of Public Policy Previews Nobel Conference 53

An evening of policy and improvisational comedy explored the science and ethics surrounding reproductive technology.

Gusties Partner with Mankato Free Press through Media Literacy Project

Students in professor Martin Lang's communication studies course produced videos and wrote opinion pieces for the Mankato Free Press.

My Gustavus: Talmadge King, Jr., MD ’70

Talmadge King Jr., MD, dean of the University of California-San Francisco School of Medicine, in his office   (My Gustavus profiles showcase an alum telling their Gustavus story.)   “The first year was a struggle. But I survived because there was a lot of support at Gustavus.”   I was at a high school summer program for […]

My Gustavus: John Biewen ’83

John Biewen at the Duke Center for Documentary Studies in Durham, NC. Photo by John Noltner.   (My Gustavus profiles showcase an alum telling their Gustavus story.)   “I feel I’ve been doing something akin to philosophy all these years, that there’s direct continuity from my liberal arts education to my life’s work.”   My brother, Paul […]