Gustavus is using grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation to implement six project-based January Interim Experience courses that explore the digital humanities.
Shabazz's research centers on the implications of geography on race. The topic for his lecture is "Why Geography Matters in the Struggle for Racial Justice."
Kiril Avramov '99 took the lessons he learned at Gustavus and turned them into a successful career as a risk analyst and professor in his native Bulgaria.
Take a look back the many people, stories, and events that made 2015 a successful year at Gustavus!
Eric Salo ’88, a software engineer at Google, presented to current students on Saturday, Dec. 19 about careers in the technology industry. Amidst the hustle and bustle of final exams, students gathered to talk with Salo about opportunities at Google and his path since graduation.
Olivia Peterson has been awarded the Heart of America Scholarship and Scholarship for Student Leaders by the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA).
Gustavus has received a $589,463 grant to establish the “Gustavus Academy for Faith, Science, and Ethics.” The weeklong summer academy is part of Lilly Endowment Inc.’s High School Youth Theology Institutes initiative.
The inaugural winner of the Gustavus Mairs & Power Award, Yee Chang '15 is taking advantage of the associated mentorship to earn her Chartered Financial Analyst certification.
Gustavus Adolphus College has once again been recognized by Kiplinger’s Personal Finance for combining outstanding academics with affordable cost.
A native of St. Francis, Minn., Gulenchyn will use the $16,500 Phillips Scholars Program award to implement a summer literacy program for the city of Brooklyn Park.