Archive for May, 2015

Commencement Recap: 616 Graduates Receive Degrees

Near perfect weather graced the Gustavus Adolphus College campus on Sunday, May 31 for the College's 2015 commencement exercises. Six hundred and sixteen seniors walked across the stage and received their degrees at Hollingsworth Field.

David Obermiller Receives Edgar M. Carlson Award

Gustavus Adolphus College Associate Professor of History, Environmental Studies, and Japanese Studies David Obermiller, received the 2015 Edgar M. Carlson Award for Distinguished Teaching during the College’s commencement exercises on Sunday, May 31.

Dan Larter ’96

Dan Larter ’96 shares, “My wife Amaris and I welcomed a baby girl to our family. Solveig Lina Rose Larter was born on 5/25/14.”

Gina Quiram ’06

Gina Quiram says, “I am working as a Lecturer and Adviser for the Master of Biological Sciences Program at the University of Minnesota, and my husband Lukas and I welcomed Persephone Johnson into our family in August of 2014.”

Addie Ryan ’08

Addie Ryan ’08 is the Finance and Operations Manager for the USAID-funded “ASEAN-U.S. Partnership for Good Governance, Equitable and Sustainable Developement and Security” program in Jakarta, Indonesia.

Shawna MullenEardley ’08

Shawna MullenEardley ’08 was named “bicycle friendly business champion of the year” by the Bicycle Alliance of Minnesota at the group’s annual meeting in May 2015. (Read the article in Duluth News Tribune.) Also at the meeting, Shawna sat on a panel with fellow Gustie Maren Anderson Webb ’07, discussing the topic of Bicycle Friendly Businesses in Minnesota. […]

Kristine McLean ’14

Kristine McLean writes, “I graduated last spring from Gustavus at the age of only 21. Just 2 months following graduation I began my first year of law school at William Mitchell. As the youngest law student in my class, I just successfully completed my first year at William Mitchell.”

Landon Zinda ’07

Landon Zinda ’07 is Legislative Counsel for Representative Tom Emmer (MN-6).

Ingrid Vick Schwingler ’07

Ingrid Vick Schwingler ’07 is now Policy & Regulatory Coordinator with the national nonprofit GRID Alternatives.

Dena Kill Edmiston ’02

Dena Kill Edmiston ’02 writes, “Just wanted to let you know that my husband (Christian) and I recently had a baby boy: Bennett Alexander Edmiston – 2/24/15.”