Archive for January, 2018

Karl Larson Receives Mentoring Award

Larson was named the 2018 recipient of the Karen Denard Goldman Mentor Award from the Society for Public Health Education.

Gustavus to Begin Nobel Hall of Science Expansion and Renovation

The $70 million project will nearly double the size of the laboratory science building and create a connection to the Schaefer Fine Arts Center.

Sirois Explores Resiliency with Gustavus Students

Dr. Maria Sirois lecturing in the "Bouncing Forward" class Dr. Maria Sirois, a master teacher, facilitator and author, recently visited Gustavus Adolphus College for a three-day residency hosted by dance professor Michele Rusinko. Rusinko met Sirois at Kripalu Yoga and Wellness Center in the Berkshire mountains. Rusinko went to take the course ‚ÄúRadiance: Create an […]

#GustiesAroundTheWorld: Dispatch from France

Sophie Leininger blogs from the January Interim Experience course Sport and Culture in France.

Gustavus Announces $10 Million Commitment From Transportation Entrepreneur

The commitment includes $5 million in challenge funding for the Nobel Hall of Science and $5 million to a scholarship endowment for National Merit Scholars.

Gustavus Launches Virtual Campus Tour

Filled with 360-degree views of campus and narrated by a virtual tour guide, the new experience will connect with students from across the globe.

Joyce Ladner to Give Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Lecture

A civil rights-era leader and one of the organizers of 1963's March on Washington, Ladner will speak in Christ Chapel on Monday, January 15.

Lawley, Kranking Win Innovative Teaching Awards

The awards are sponsored by the John S. Kendall Center for Engaged Learning and the Office of the Provost.