Entries tagged with ‘lisa heldke’

Nobel Conference 56 Moves Online This October

The 2020 conference will be offered virtually at no charge. Current ticket holders will be offered a full refund.

Turn the Page: Book Suggestions from Gustie Professors

Stuck at home? We asked professors to take a break from online course preparation to make reading recommendations.

Journey Into Climate with Paul Andrew Mayewski Feb. 26

Described as the "Indiana Jones of climate research," Paul Andrew Mayewski will give a free public lecture on Wed. Feb. 26 at 7 p.m.

Living Soil: A Universe Underfoot

The 54th Nobel Conference dug into the science and ethics of soil health.

Nobel Conference 54 Digs Into Soil Health

Living Soil: A Universe Underfoot, digs into the science and ethics of soil health at the 54th Nobel Conference.

Philosopher Lisa Heldke Keynotes Italian Food Conference

Heldke's lecture and the subsequent discussion were at the center of the international conference on the ethics of food choices.

Nobel Conference 53 Explores Science and Ethics of Reproductive Technology

"Reproductive Technology: How Far Do We Go?" will pair cutting-edge science and questions of ethics as we explore what it means to be human.

“To Fertility and Beyond!” – The Theater of Public Policy Previews Nobel Conference 53

An evening of policy and improvisational comedy explored the science and ethics surrounding reproductive technology.

Gustavus Employees Honored at Annual Founders Day Celebration

Gustavus honored three outstanding employees today at the College’s annual Founders Day celebration, which recognizes the dedication of the iconic Old Main on October 31, 1876. The 2016 Founders Day marks the 140th anniversary of the College's location on the Saint Peter, Minn. campus.

Nobel Conference 52 to Explore Search for Economic Balance

Held September 27-28, this year’s conference will bring together economists and scholars to discuss the topic “In Search of Economic Balance.”