Gustavus Adolphus College recently welcomed Shiferaw Woldmichael, founder and director of the Child Development Training and Research Center (CDTRC) in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia, to campus for a 10-day visit.
Bryden Giving is passionate about healthcare and travel, but mostly he cares about people. The Big Lake, Minn. native was able to combine his passions at the Danish Institute for Study Abroad, where he won the Academic Excellence Award for Child Development and Diversity this summer.
Gustavus Adolphus College is proud to welcome Taneem Husain to the community as the 2015-2016 Bruce Gray Postdoctoral Fellow. Husain will teach courses in the Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies program.
For Gustavus Adolphus College students Nusla Mohamed, Connor Myhre, Leah Anderson and Jace Riggin, summer was more than just a chance to catch some rays and take a break from studying. The communication studies majors engaged in a variety of internships and work experiences that helped solidify their plans for the future.
2015 Nobel Conference Chair Peg O'Connor, Director of the Nobel Conference Scott Bur, and closing speaker Marc Lewis, PhD, reflect on the 51st Nobel Conference at Gustavus Adolphus College.
Lindsay Lelivelt '11 always knew she was going to be an English major. What she didn't know was that Gustavus Adolphus College would help her develop the skills and support to land a prominent role at a fast-growing technology company in San Francisco, Calif.
Gustavus Adolphus College volleyball players Kelle Nett and Becca Woodstra have been key ingredients in the Gustie volleyball team’s 2015 season. More than just athletes, both women spent the summer preparing to “go pro in something other than sports” after graduation.
The Gustavus Adolphus College African Studies Program is excited to announce that Fulbright Scholar Rosemarie Mwaipopo will be teaching at the College during the 2015-2016 academic year.
Leading up to the 51st Nobel Conference, Gustavus Adolphus College commissioned a nationwide survey of college students aged 18-24 to gauge their thoughts on the use of ADHD medications as study aids. Results indicate that many students use medications in the belief that it will increase their academic performance.
The 51st Nobel Conference: “Addiction: Exploring the Science and Experience of an Equal Opportunity Condition”
Gustavus Adolphus College will host the 51st annual Nobel Conference Oct. 6-7. This year’s conference will bring together physicians, neuroscientists, philosophers, and treatment experts to discuss the topic of “Addiction: Exploring the Science and Experience of an Equal Opportunity Condition.”