Entries tagged with ‘gustavus acts’

Kowaleski Named Vice President for Finance at Gustavus

He joins the Gustavus community as Vice President for Finance, Treasurer, and CFO after 11 years at St. Norbert College.

Dr. Kathi Tunheim Named Vice President For Mission, Strategy, and Innovation

In the new role, Tunheim will lead execution of the Gustavus Acts Strategic Plan, grow external partnerships, and advance the mission of the College.

Gustavus Awarded $1 Million Grant to Support Continuing Education for Pastors

The grant from Lilly Endowment Inc. will support pastors from southern Minnesota in continuous leadership development.

Conflict Leads to Opportunity for Gustavus Army Veteran

As a soldier, father, and student, Charles Maxfield brings his experiences to the classroom as he seeks opportunities for fellow veterans.

Former Gustavus Postdoc Named Curator at Smithsonian

Sam Vong, who served as the College's inaugural Bruce Gray Postdoctoral Fellow, is now Curator of Asian Pacific American Studies at the Smithsonian.

1968 Teach-In Explores The Legacy of Protest

Professors from four different areas offered an interdisciplinary look at the legacy of 1968's historic protests.

Jason Pruitt Named Executive Director of Gustavus Center for Career Development

Pruitt will lead the Center for Career Development as it expands offerings, builds partnerships, and provides opportunities for all Gustavus students.

Chemistry Professors Bur and Nienow Win National Science Foundation Grants

With projects focusing on malaria-causing parasites and industrial herbicides, the professors will connect Gustavus students with the fundamental chemistry behind real-world problems.

Gustavus Adolphus College’s Brandon Dean Named Conductor of the Gustavus Choir

Dean will begin duties as the Jon and Anita Thomsen Young Distinguished Endowed Chair in Music and Director of the Gustavus Choir in Fall 2019.

$1 Million Gift Shares the Love with Tennis and Life Camps at Gustavus

Boy and Betty Toy of Mounds View, Minn. have committed $1 million to support tennis facilities upgrades and staff development for the camps.