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Emmy Award-Winning Alum Ian Grant Debuts New Show

Culture Quest will explore the intersections of art and culture and air on PBS stations across the nation this fall.

S.10 E.5: “My Life Would Have Been Profoundly Different”

Learning for Life @ Gustavus podcast host Greg Kaster interviews Gustavus alumna and Provist at Queens University of Charlotte Dr. Sarah Fatherly.

Bryant ’73 Wins 2021 Carlson Award for Distinguished Teaching

Dr. Phil Bryant ’73 English and African Studies professor Phil Bryant ’73 was named the winner of the 2021 Edgar M. Carlson Award for Distinguished Teaching at the Gustavus Adolphus College Class of 2021 commencement ceremony on Thursday, May 13. “I feel very humbled and very privileged to receive this award,” Bryant said. “Not for […]

Nobel Conference Explores Challenges and Opportunities of Big Data

The annual Nobel Conference takes place October 5-6, 2021, features seven world-leading experts, and dives into the topic, "Big Data REvolution."

S.10 E.4: Swimming, Coaching, and Racial Justice

Learning for Life @ Gustavus podcast host Greg Kaster interviews Gustavus alumnus and head swimming coach at Carthage College Seth Weidmann '05.

S.10 E.3: “Stay Current, Listen, and Love the Work”

Learning for Life @ Gustavus host Greg Kaster interviews Gustavus education professor and deaf and hard of hearing advocate Lisa Dembouski.

S.10: E.2: From Refugee to Gustie to Hmong Historian

Learning for Life @ Gustavus host Greg Kaster interviews Gustavus alum and leading Hmong historian Dr. Chia Vang '94.

Aspiring Care Providers Drive Growth in Health Professions

The Office of Health Professions guides pre-health students from their first required class to their graduate school applications.

Gustavus Begins 160th Academic Year

The College commenced the 2021-2022 academic year with an Opening Convocation celebration in Christ Chapel.

S.10: E.1: “I’m Learning, They’re Learning, We’re Learning Together”

Learning for Life @ Gustavus host Greg Kaster interviews Gustavus political science professor Kate Knutson.