Entries tagged with ‘history’

Four Questions with Legal Historian Paul Finkelman

Dr. Paul Finkelman will discuss slavery's influence on the Constitution and resulting Supreme Court decisions.

Purple Reign: Exploring Prince’s Impact on Race and Masculinity

The January Interim Experience course allowed students to dive into issues of race, masculinity, and power through Prince's life and work.

Four Questions with Historian Greg Kaster: Slavery and the Constitution

The history professor spent much of July in Washington, DC as one of 25 scholars from across the nation to attend the National Endowment for Humanities Summer Institute on Slavery and the Constitution.

Gustavus Celebrates Commencement for Class of 2018

520 graduates crossed the stage on Saturday, June 2, and joined the ranks of over 27,000 Gustavus alumni across the country and around the world.

Finding Home for Herself and the World

After four years of service at Gustavus, recent graduate Kendyl Landeck seeks to make "home" a possibility for everyone.

History and Biology Lead to Global Healthcare for Katie Schlangen ’14

Just three years after graduation, Gustavus alumna Katie Schlangen is traveling the world... and helping people along the way.

Marinari’s Immigration Research Provides Context, Stories

Dr. Maddalena Marinari's immigration research is contributing to several important national initiatives.

Three Seniors Named Fulbright Semifinalists

For the second consecutive year, three Gustavus student have been named semifinalists for the Fulbright English Teaching Assistant program.

Dave Brazel ’17: Cadet, Scholar, Athlete

As a Gustavus student and Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Cadet at Minnesota State University, Mankato’s Military Science Program, Brazel will be commissioned as a 2nd Lieutenant and begin his service as an infantry officer in the U.S. Army when he graduates this fall.

Erika Lee to Discuss the First “Global Immigration Crisis” at Gustavus October 13

Lee will compare the Asian immigration of the late 19th and early 20th centuries to today's global immigration concerns.