Archive for Sophie Leininger

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.

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.

Finding Home for Herself and the World

After four years of service at Gustavus, recent graduate Kendyl Landeck seeks to make "home" a possibility for everyone.

Research Drives Anna Krieger ’17 to Awards, Grad School

Hands-on research as a first-year student laid the foundation for Anna Krieger's path to grad school, with a few awards along the way...

Three Gusties Recognized by Rossing Fund for Physics Education Endowment

Elise Le Boulicaut ‘18, Ben Rorem ‘19, and Xiaoqi Yu ‘19 have been named Rossing Physics Scholars for 2017-2018 for their exemplary work in physics.

Phillips Scholarship Supports Community Service for Keliyah Perkins

Centered on the themes of diversity, equity, and inclusion, Perkins will serve as a peer educator for high school students in North Minneapolis.

Marinari’s Immigration Research Provides Context, Stories

Dr. Maddalena Marinari's immigration research is contributing to several important national initiatives.

Judge Tanya Bransford ’80 To Speak at Gustavus for 2017 Christenson Lecture

Hennepin County District Judge Tanya Bransford ‘80 will return to her alma mater to deliver a lecture at Gustavus Adolphus College on March 16 from 7 to 8:30 p.m. in the Wallenberg Auditorium. As the speaker for the 2017 Christenson Lectureship in Politics and Law, Bransford will examine the effect of implicit bias, address the increase in bias-motivated incidents, and offer strategies to challenge acts of explicit bias and confront our own unconscious biases.

Lindau Residency Connects Students With Leading Conservative Voices

Dr. Robert George recently spent two days on campus visiting classes, meeting with students, and encouraging open dialogue.