Archive for 2017

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Leading from Backstage: Georgia Bebler ’18

From zippers and buttons to wigs and crowns, the Gustavus senior has found a home designing costumes behind the scenes.

AAC&U Recognizes Communication Studies Department for Civic Engagement

The Gustavus Department of Communication Studies is one of 22 programs from across the nation honored for civic responsibility in the curriculum.

Stoll Named One of Top Ten Separation Scientists Worldwide

The chemistry professor was recognized for his cutting-edge work in multidimensional liquid chromatography by The Analytical Scientist.

Dan Meinz ’11 Trains NHL Stars

Health and exercise science grad Dan Meinz '11 leads strength and conditioning for two dozen pro hockey players during the off-season.

Individuals, Communities Transformed Through 10 Years of Public Discourse

Public Discourse is a signature course of the Department of Communication Studies in which students work to address real-world problems.

Nobel Conference 53 Explores Science and Ethics of Reproductive Technology

"Reproductive Technology: How Far Do We Go?" will pair cutting-edge science and questions of ethics as we explore what it means to be human.

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.