Entries tagged with ‘admits’

Page 2

Gustavus Welcomes Class of 2024

Social distancing, masks, and the indomitable Gustie Spirit set the tone for the beginning of a historic year on the hill.

Care, Connection, and Country: Dalton Dahle ’22

The Gustavus junior intends to pair nursing and language study to prepare him for career in the U.S. Army.

Mersch Wins ThinkSwiss Scholarship

The Gustavus junior will conduct research in paleoceanography at the University of Bern in Switzerland.

Fremo Wins 2020 Swenson-Bunn Memorial Teaching Award

The Gustavus English professor was honored by students during the College's virtual Honors Convocation.

Alumni Make $2.65 Million Gift to Support the College’s Counseling Center

The gift from Mark Henneman ’83 and Terri DeGiusti Henneman ’83 will fund current staffing and establish an endowment.

James Miller named a 2020 Udall Scholar

Two other Gusties named finalists for this national scholarship recognizing students dedicated to leadership, public service, the environment, and Nat

Frontline Gusties Confront the Coronavirus Pandemic

These doctors and nurses are putting their Gustavus education to work helping others during the coronavirus pandemic.

Maicy Vossen ’21 Named Goldwater Scholar

The junior biology major and public health minor has already published her collaborative research.

The Long Trip Home from Cusco

Gracie Willaert and Matt Payne were in Peru when the coronavirus pandemic closed the borders. 10 days later, they were finally home.

Gustavus Women in Leadership Celebrates 10th Anniversary

The student-led organization hosted its 10th annual conference on Friday, March 6.