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Craig Nordquist ‘11: Sports researcher turns passion into Emmy Awards

The 2011 graduate and lifelong baseball fan is starting his 10th year as a researchers at MLB Network.

Job Hunting in the Age of COVID-19

The Gustavus Center for Career Development is supporting students in innovative ways as they seek careers amidst the continuing pandemic.

Listen & Learn: Resources and Context for Racial Justice

Last spring, in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic that forced Gustavus classes to transition to virtual delivery, history professor Greg Kaster partnered with the Office of Marketing and Communication to launch a new podcast, Learning for Life @ Gustavus. The podcast explores the intersections of liberal arts learning, current events, and real-world problem solving […]

Ja’de Lin Till Wins CLS Scholarship in Mandarin

The senior history major will continue to study Mandarin Chinese through a Critical Language Scholarship.

Kurt Elling ’89 Wins Grammy for Best Jazz Vocal Album

Long recognized as one of the top jazz vocalists of our time, Elling won his second Grammy Award for his album "Secrets are the Best Stories."

Gustavus Recognized as Voter Friendly Campus

Gustavus is one of 235 institutions in the nation—and the only liberal arts college in Minnesota—to earn the designation.

Gustavus Nurses Prepare for Service with Grant-Funded Manikin

A new patient simulator manikin is taking nursing education to the next level thanks to the Otto Bremer Trust.

Gustavus Announces Search for Vice President for Equity and Inclusion

Gustavus Adolphus College has begun the search for its first-ever Vice President for Equity and Inclusion, a position that will join the College’s senior leadership team and be responsible for leading diversity, equity, inclusion, and racial justice strategy and alignment across the campus. The position, which is now open to applications and nominations, will focus […]

S.8, E.7: “Learning More to Say More”

Learning for Life @ Gustavus host Greg Kaster interviews Gustavus religion professor and Bruce Gray Postdoctoral Fellow Dr. Rodney A. Caruthers II.

S.8, E.6: “A Constant Kind of Puzzle”

Valerie Heider ’11 on her path from Honors History and Scandinavian Studies at Gustavus to a graduate degree and career in historic preservation, currently with the Minnesota Historical Society, where among the projects she manages is the National Historic Landmark Washburn-Crosby A Mill Complex in Minneapolis. Season 8, Episode 6: “A Constant Kind of Puzzle” […]