Blogs at Gustavus

Faculty Spotlight: Lynnea Myers

Lynnea Myers (Nursing) did a virtual presentation for the Roots of Autism and ADHD Annual Conference at the Center for Neurodevelopmental Disorders at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden in January 2021. The title of her talk was “Does the Face Predict the Brain.”

Faculty Spotlight: Dwight Stoll

Dwight Stoll (Chemistry) published an article in the Journal of Chromatography, A entitled: “Numerical and experimental investigation of analyte breakthrough from sampling loops used for multi-dimensional liquid chromatography.” Coauthors included Gustavus staff scientist Thomas Lauer, and collaborators from the Free University of Brussels in Belgium.

Faculty Spotlight: Ursula Lindqvist

Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) served as expert moderator for a public Zoom webinar on January 12, 2021, titled “Race in the Colonial Past and Present” with Danish-Trinidadian artist Jeannette Ehlers and U.S. Virgin Islands artist La Vaughn Belle, co-creators of the monumental “I Am Queen Mary” public statue installed in front of the Danish West […]

S.7 E.2: “I Became What I Wanted”

Learning for Life @ Gustavus podcast host Greg Kaster interviews history professor and Latin American history expert Dr. Marco Cabrera Geserick.

Woman Coach Wednesday: Aryn DeGrood

By Aryn DeGrood Gymnastics is unique in the way that it’s completely up to the individual to reach their end goal. Going through USAG Junior Olympic youth programs is the typical path to college gymnastics and the Olympics. It’s not until they step foot on a college campus that many athletes get their first taste […]

January Meeting Minutes

PCDEI Leadership Team Meeting January 13, 3:00 – 4:00, Zoom Call In attendance: Siri Erickson, Ron White, President Bergman, Carlos Mejia, Amy Mukamuri, Tom Flunker, Marie Walker, Alexys Guidry, Kathi Tunheim Agenda: 1.MLK and DEI Education roll-out to the campus community  MLK (1/18/21) will launch the courses people will choose. 2.New employee in CIE: […]

Gustavus Winter Sports Begin MIAC Schedules Feb. 6

Gustavus winter sports teams will begin their conference seasons on Saturday, Feb. 6 after the Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) Presidents' Council voted to approve plans for a return to competitive athletics this winter.

A Semester of COVID-19: How We ROARed

“The way we responded to COVID shows a lot about who we are.” —Barb Larson Taylor ’93

S.7 E.1: “I Don’t Have Time for You to Be Demoralized”

Learning for Life @ Gustavus podcast host Greg Kaster interviews geology and environmental studies professor Laura Triplett.

Updated Website Search Results

Recently, Technology Services updated the search feature on the Gustavus website. Search results will now, by default, be prioritized with more recent results displayed at the top. An “advanced settings” option has also been added to allow users to further refine search results by selecting start and/or end dates. It is hoped that these changes […]