Archive for JJ Akin '11

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Banschbach Named Dean at the University of Portland

Dr. Valerie Banschbach will start her new role on July 1 after serving as the Associate Provost and Dean of Sciences and Education since 2019.

Gustavus Announces Expansion of Nursing Program

Since its founding in 1956, the Gustavus nursing program has prepared graduates for healthcare work through a well-rounded liberal arts education.

Keller’s Analysis Featured in Washington Post

Kathleen Keller, professor of history and director of the African Studies program, wrote about the recent royal tour of the Caribbean.

Emily Ford ’15 Film Screening Set for April 2

Ford, who completed a 1,200-mile solo winter thru-hike of Wisconsin's Ice Age Trail, will be on campus for a film screening and q-and-a.

Learning for Life @ Gustavus Podcast Celebrates 100th Episode

Hosted by Gustavus history professor Greg Kaster, the podcast has been streamed in 43 countries and 45 states.

27th Building Bridges Conference Set for March 5

The 27th Building Bridges Conference at Gustavus Adolphus College will take place this Saturday, March 5, digging into the theme “Knowledge is Power: Dismantling Systemic Bias in Educational Institutions.” “The Building Bridges Conference has always been a platform for students to address significant issues of justice in a provocative and informative way,” Gustavus seniors and […]

January Term Reflections

Gustavus alumni who also serve as faculty and staff at the College reflect on their own January Term experiences.

Gustavus Looks Back on 2021

From two commencement ceremonies to the return of in-person classes, fine arts events, and athletics, 2021 was a historic celebration of resilience.

Reiten Earns Lifesave Award With Local First Responders

Assistant Campus Safety Director Scott Reiten was recognized on Wednesday, December 15 after taking swift action to save a life earlier this fall.

Evening Events Canceled/Postponed | Friday, Dec. 10

This message was sent to Gustavus students, faculty, and staff on Friday, December 10 at 12:45 p.m.