Archive for Jenna Anderson

Patient Communication from Denmark to St. Jude Hospital

For senior nursing major Rachel Huber, her interest in patient and family communication led her to Aarhus, Denmark in January 2019. While abroad, she studied how Danish oncology nurses communicate with their patients about the end of life. Huber’s experience in Denmark prepared her for an internship at St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital in January 2020. […]

Senior Gusties Reflect on the First-Year Research Experience Program

Current seniors, Sarah Anderson ‘20 and Kylee Brimsek ‘20 spent the summer after their first year of college researching prairie carbon storage in the biology department through the First-Year Research Experience (FYRE) program. Under the advisement of Dr. Amy Kochsiek, visiting assistant professor in biology, Anderson and Brimsek researched the carbon storing capabilities of prairies […]

Donzaleigh Abernathy Highlights MLK Events

Raised on the front lines of the Civil Rights movement, Donzaleigh Abernathy will lecture about growing up with Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King.

Model UN Students Recognized for Diplomacy

The Gustavus Model UN team had a successful outing at a recent conference in Chicago.

Thursday Lecture Highlights Motherhood in Tanzania

The Gustavus African Studies Program hosts Dr. Susan Schalge to speak on “Mothers and Mothering: Lessons from Dar es Salaam, Tanzania."

Three Gusties Win National Gilman Scholarship

The competitive Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship supports students as they study across the globe.

Sustainability Expert To Lecture on Careers, Climate Change

Dr. Eban Goodstein of Bard College will discuss environmental studies career paths and responses to climate change in two free, public lectures.

Students Explore Census Issues on Constitution Day

Led by students in the Public Deliberation and Dialogue program, a forum titled: Census 2020: How We Can Shape the Future, marks Constitution Day.

Shelby Klomp ’20 Wins Rossing Physics Scholarship

The junior physics major is one of six students across the nation to receive the $10,000 award.

Former Deputy National Security Advisor is 2019 Lindau Resident in Conservative Thought

Dr. Meghan O'Sullivan of Harvard University's Kennedy School will engage in dialogue regarding energy policy, sustainability, and foreign relations.