Archive for April, 2021

Gustavus To Celebrate Student Accomplishments

The annual Honors Weekend slate of events will recognize the many successes of the 2020-2021 academic year.

Gustie Researcher Presents on Capitol Hill

Melanie Kistnasamy, Kai Welsh, and Cameron Gaspord will present at the Council on Undergraduate Research's virtual Posters on the Hill event.

S.9, E.4: “Forks in the Road and Kettledrums”

Jason Haaheim ’01, talks about how he went from majoring in Music and Physics at Gustavus to performing as principal timpanist of the world-renowned Metropolitan Opera Orchestra in New York, and the impact of COVID-19 on the institution and its musicians. Season 9, Episode 4: “Forks in the Road and Kettledrums” Greg Kaster: Hello and […]

Mentoring Program To Conclude Year with Virtual Event

The Mentoring Program's year-end program is available to all students, faculty, staff and alumni and will focus on diversity, equity, and inclusion.

From Physics Major to Healthcare Startup CEO

Jared Sieling is the founder of Chanl Health, a cardiac rehab startup that is booming amidst the shutdowns caused by COVID-19.

S.9, E.3: “A Place that Wants to Be in Community”

Learning for Life @ Gustavus host Greg Kaster interviews Vice President for Student Life and Dean of Students JoNes VanHecke '88.

Jaclyn Corin Headlines 2021 MAYDAY! Peace Conference

The 40th MAYDAY! Peace Conference, “Voices of Change: Our Generation of Student Activism,” begins on Wednesday, April 28 at 10 a.m.

Gustavus Breaks Ground on Lund Center Project

The $60 million expansion and renovation of the College's wellness and athletics facility will increase opportunities for learning and movement.

S.9, E.2: “Gustavus Paved the Way for the Rest of My Life”

Learning for Life @ Gustavus host Greg Kaster interviews Gustavus alumna and educator Luanne Bigbear '91.

Mitch Donoughue: Reaching New Heights

From the Gustavus physics department to work with Boeing and Nasa, senior Mitch Donoughue is reaching for the stars.