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Four Gustavus Students Win Fulbright Awards

Representing the largest group of Gusties ever named Fulbright finalists, two seniors and two recent alumnae have won grants to teach English abroad.

Schroder Wins Seaborg Award From Swedish Council of America

Gustavus junior Annika Schroder will travel to Sweden and attend the Nobel Prize Ceremony as the winner of the Seaborg Award.

Jared Morningstar Wins Swedish Council of America Scholarship

A senior from Stillwater, Minn., Morningstar will use the SCA's Humanities Scholarship to carry out independent research in Sweden this fall.

Nobel Prize Winner Leymah Gbowee To Keynote MAYDAY! Conference

The 38th annual MAYDAY! Peace Conference, "Mighty Be Our Powers: Gender, Justice, and Peacebuilding," will take place on Wednesday, May 2.

Kevin Clark ’12 Named 2018 Beckman Institute Fellow

The chemistry major excelled in professor Dwight Stoll's Quantitative Analysis class. Now, he is headed to the prestigious Beckman Institute.

Dr. Brenda Kelly Named Provost and Dean of the College

Kelly, who has served as interim provost since 2016, was named the College's chief academic officer following a national search.

Five Questions with Naturalist Jim Gilbert: Arboretum Anniversary Edition

The Linnaeus Arboretum celebrates 45 years this week. We asked Minnesota naturalist and former director Jim Gilbert five questions to celebrate.

Sixth Annual Faith Conference Confronts Doubt and Difference

Dr. Jacqueline Bussie and Bishop Emeritus Dr. Munib Younan of Jordan and the Holy Land highlight the conference on authentic engagement.

Free Market Economist Walter Williams to speak at Gustavus April 18

The annual Lindau Resident in Conservative Thought will lecture on "The Role of Government in a Free Society."

APRIL 15: Afternoon/Evening Activities To Take Place As Scheduled

Check the Gustavus athletics and fine arts web pages for delays or cancellations in those areas.