Entries tagged with ‘cicstem’

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Where Minnesota Gusties Work

Healthcare, education, government, finance, big brands—we’re there. Gusties are everywhere. But we are in some places more than others. One of those places is Minnesota (obviously). Minnesota Gusties are working hard to make Minnesota’s economy one of the healthiest in the nation. As a state, Minnesota has more Fortune 500 companies per capita than any other, so […]

Shine: Kendra Frey

CORE VALUE: EXCELLENCE. Kendra Frey’s choice to perform at the highest level possible within her multiple passions made her an exceptional candidate for medical school. She was accepted into several programs, and heads to the University of Iowa Carver College of Medicine in the fall. (Photo: Becca Sabot) (Shine profiles celebrate members of the Gustavus […]

Reginald Penner ’83 Helps Lead a Nanowire Discovery

A California-based research group led by Reginald Penner ’83 has made an important discovery in nanowire technology that could revolutionize our battery-powered devices.

Gustie Math and Science Majors Take Top Competition Honors

A team of Gustavus Adolphus College math and science majors placed higher than any other liberal arts college in the nation in a recent international math competition.

Caroline David ’16 Receives Top Honor from Minnesota Psychological Association

Gustavus senior Caroline David was recently named the 2016 winner of the Donald G. Paterson Award in Psychology by the Minnesota Psychological Association.

Four Gustavus Alumnae Honored by the National Science Foundation

Three recent alumnae were named winners of the National Science Foundation’s (NSF) Graduate Research Fellowships (GRF), which strive to foster and promote excellence in U.S. science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. Another Gustie received an honorable mention for the fellowship.

Jordan Gette ’16: Psychological Science Leads to Grad School Placement at Texas Tech

After graduation, Jordan Gette will pack her bags and move across the country to Lubbock, Texas to work toward a six-year doctorate in clinical psychology at Texas Tech University.

Ray Sajulga ’17: Bits, Bytes, and Biochemistry

When Ray Sajulga started doing on-campus research during November of his first year, he had no idea that he would be able to combine his love of science and computers both inside and outside the lab.

Thought Forms: Exploring the Intersection and Overlap of Art and Science

Gustavus senior Haley Bell and art professor Kristen Lowe spent much of January outside their comfort zone. Instead of collaborating in the art studio, the pair traded their smocks for safety goggles and spent the month in professor Scott Bur’s chemistry lab.

Matt Broschard ’16: Research at Gustavus Leads to January at Vanderbilt

Gustavus senior Matt Broschard recently spent the month of January as a research observer in Vanderbilt University's Computational Memory Lab.