Entries tagged with ‘mylc’

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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.

Research Drives Anna Krieger ’17 to Awards, Grad School

Hands-on research as a first-year student laid the foundation for Anna Krieger's path to grad school, with a few awards along the way...

Katie Aney ’18 Wins Goldwater Scholarship, Prepares for Summer Research at Harvard

The Gustavus junior majors in biochemistry and math, plays on the women's tennis team, and maintains a perfect 4.0 grade point average.

Minnesota Vikings Media Whiz “Wobby” Reflects on Gustavus Experience

Mike Wobschall took advantage of his education, student employment, and several internships to find his niche with the Minnesota Vikings.

Emily Seelen ’13 Studies Water Quality in Sweden

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.

Brady Kelley ’17 Takes Care of Business at Ryder Cup

When Kelley arrived for the first day of his internship this July, his supervisor shook his hand and told him to hustle over to get to work with the Ryder Cup’s corporate partnership team. For the next three months, Kelley would assist with the operation of 80 corporate hospitality tents at the international tournament.

Presidential Letter Reader Chrissy Dornon ’18 Recounts White House Internship

After a summer spent in the Office of Presidential Correspondence at the White House, the Gustavus junior is ready for a life of public service.

Steve Groskreutz ’12: Analyzing a Career Path in Chemistry

“I wasn’t anything out of the ordinary as a first-year student,” Gustavus Adolphus College alumnus Steve Groskreutz ’12 said during a visit to campus in late August. He was in Saint Peter to install new equipment in chemistry professor Dwight Stoll’s lab.

Dream On: Antonio Gomez ’14

Despite the prolonged suspension of his citizenship status, Antonio Gomez ’14 continues to move forward with tenacity and talent.

Student-Professor Duo Researches Glaciers in Ecuador

Shivering in a tent nearly 15,000 feet above sea level on the side of the highest mountain in Ecuador, Casey Decker ’18 reflected on the unexpected conversation that landed him there.