Archive for June, 2020

109 Gusties Named MIAC Winter/Spring Academic All-Conference

The Minnesota Intercollegiate Athletic Conference (MIAC) announced Tuesday its 2019-20 Winter and Spring Academic All-Conference Teams, which included a record 1,057 student-athletes - 109 from Gustavus.

Trio of Men’s Golfers Earn All-America Scholar Honors

The Golf Coaches Association of America (GCAA) announced its annual Srixon/Cleveland Golf All-America Scholars last week. Gustavus men’s golfers recognized include Carter Czichotzki (Jr., Moorhead), Ben Hauge (Sr., Ramsey), and Max Ullan (Jr., Blaine).

Shout Out to Our 2020 Grads!

LALACS MAJORS Samuel Abegglen’20  Biology, Studio Art, and Latin American, Latinx and Carribean Studies triple major; Spanish Minor Senior Capstone: LGBT migrants from Latin America report persecution as a reason for seeking asylum in the USA. While scholars have analyzed this issue, less focus has been placed on the racism and heterosexism within the migration […]

2019-2020 Student/Faculty Research was active in the Beck Hall HolmLab

Dr. Lucie Holmgreen, a clinical psychologist, conducts research that integrates clinical and social psychological approaches. She studies trauma and attachment (how we think, feel, and behave in close relationships) and is particularly interested in the emotional, cognitive, and behavioral reasons for the cyclical nature of trauma. A number of students collaborated with Dr. Holmgreen in […]

Tierney Winter, Brice Panning Named 2019-20 Gustavus Senior Athletes of the Year

The Gustavus Adolphus College Athletics Department is pleased to announce the winners of the Gustavus Senior Athlete of the Year awards. The 2019-20 female recipient is cross country/track runner Tierney Winter (Sr., Waterville) and the male recipient is baseball/football standout Brice Panning (Sr., Hamburg).

Charles Sawyers | Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center and Howard Hughes Medical Institute

How do we develop new cancer drugs? The example of Gleevec and other molecularly-targeted therapies.

S.1 E.10 “Unwanted”

Learning for Life @ Gustavus host Greg Kaster interviews immigration historian and author Maddalena Marinari.

Kathryn Schmitz | Penn State Cancer Institute

How can exercise contribute to cancer prevention and to the effectiveness of other cancer treatments?

Nobel Conference 56 Goes Digital

The 2020 Nobel Conference is moving to an online format. Plans are being developed to deliver the Nobel Conference’s signature mix of expert lectures, audience engagement, and breakout sessions in a virtual format. Register for the virtual Conference The planning committee will prioritize opportunities for discussion and questioning among panelists and with the audience. If […]

Care, Connection, and Country: Dalton Dahle ’22

The Gustavus junior intends to pair nursing and language study to prepare him for career in the U.S. Army.