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Gustavus grads were named the Minnesota Middle School Physical Education Teacher of the Year and Minnesota Aquatics Teacher of the Year this fall.
The Global Educators Program connects future Gustie teachers with international experience in Ecuador, Mexico, and Spain.
The $8 million complete renovation of A.H. Anderson Hall will begin this January. The building will house the Department of Education, Academic Support Center and Writing Center, and a new multifaith center beginning in February 2017.
Nick David '07 is taking the lessons he learned as a student-athlete at Gustavus and passing them on to the next generation as a coach and administrator in the Westonka School District.
This past fall, five Gustavus students completed part of their student teaching experience in Sotogrande, Spain. This spring, six more students will student teach in Barrow, Alaska.
Gustavus Adolphus College will host its 14th annual Building Bridges Conference Saturday, March 14. The theme of this year's conference is "Liberation through Education" and will focus on educational inequality in the U.S. and abroad and the important influence an education has on an individual's future.
The Minnesota Senate Higher Education Committee, in an ongoing effort to familiarize itself with the state's colleges and universities, will visit Gustavus Adolphus College Thursday, Nov. 15 from 10 a.m.-12:30 p.m.
Gustavus Adolphus College and the St. Peter Community and Family Education Office have teamed to provide the St. Peter community with several informational and educational lectures this fall as part of the college's Continuing Education program.
Gustavus Adolphus College will again have a presence in the Education Building at the Minnesota State Fair. Make plans to stop and visit between 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Aug. 23-Sept. 3. Back by popular demand are Gustavus core value pins. The core values for Gustavus are Excellence, Faith, Justice, Service, and Community. Stop by and pick a gold and black pin with the word that means the most to you.
Gustavus Adolphus College President Jim Peterson was recently presented a $5,000 check by the HickoryTech Foundation to help fund the College's National Youth Sports Program (NYSP). This summer's NYSP at Gustavus will be a three-week (July 9-28) academic and athletic enrichment program for approximately 150 youth ages 10-16 from low-income families living within a 45-mile radius of St. Peter.