Archive for February, 2008
The college is launching a new Celebration of Creative Inquiry this year to share all the amazing research and creative work of Gustavus students. These may include - a class assignment or project. off-campus projects or internships. student-faculty collaborative research or creative projects. independent student research or creative projects. the work of extra-curricular student organizations. [...]
The Gustavus Library is many things – study space, laboratory, meeting place, and provider of countless sources of information. But right now it’s also looking a little rumpled. Dirty caf dishes are left in study carrels. Reams of pages are printed and then abandoned or stuffed into trash cans. Library books are returned filled with [...]
Today is Darwin Day – and you can celebrate his 199th birthday. We have a small display of books at the front of the library that you are welcome to check out – and even more in the stacks.
There are still a few seats open in the spring term .5 credit class, Information Fluency. This course is designed to give students who are thinking about going on to graduate or professional school (or who simply want to know more about research) an immersion in the literature of their chosen field, exposure to research [...]