Entries tagged with ‘fellowships’
Seelen, a graduate student at University of Connecticut, is conducting research at Umeå University in Sweden after receiving funding through the National Science Foundation’s Graduate Research Opportunities Worldwide program.
Gustavus first-year student Karl Satterlund was recently awarded a Swedish Language Scholarship by the Swedish Council of America (SCA). The award will help Satterlund study in Sweden for a semester next spring.
Gustavus senior Griffin Reed has been named the 2016 winner of the Glenn T. Seaborg Science Award by the Swedish Council of America. The award will allow him to travel to Sweden in December for the Nobel Prize Award Ceremony.
Senior Travis Sigafoos has been named a winner of the Fulbright English Teacher Assistant (ETA) grant to Mexico for the 2016-2017 academic year.
Senior Joey Wiley has been named a winner of the Fulbright English Teacher Assistant (ETA) grant to Malaysia for the 2016-2017 academic year.
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.
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.
Senior Ben Dipple has been named a winner of the Fulbright English Teacher Assistant (ETA) grant to Turkey for the 2016-2017 academic year.
Three Gusties have been named semifinalists for the Fulbright English Teaching Assistant (ETA) program. Ben Dipple (Dell Rapids, S.D.), Travis Sigafoos (Coon Rapids, Minn.), and Joey Wiley (St. Paul, Minn.) are now being considered by the countries that they applied to teach in during the 2016-2017 academic year.
While growing up in Devils Lake, North Dakota, Gustavus Adolphus College junior Jace Riggin ’16 says he was an “outsider” for many reasons. Today, Riggin is using his life experiences and passion for justice to help others in his hometown who might consider themselves as “outsiders”.