Archive for Nicole Goebel

Class Officers Give Back to Students

Earlier this month Cathy Villars Harms ’85, visiting instructor in Economics and Management, was on the hunt for Gustavus alumni-owned businesses with an interest in having Gustavus students complete a marketing project for them as a part of her class. Harms harnessed the power of Gustavus alumni and class officers through Facebook posts and messages. […]

The Most Successful Give to Gustavus Day To-Date!

Thanks to the generosity of alumni, students, faculty, staff, and friends of the College, Gustavus raised $215,666 for the Gustavus Fund during its annual Give to Gustavus Day on November 16, 2016. This is the most successful Give to Gustavus Day event in the College’s history. Give to Gustavus Day is all about participation. New this year […]

Congratulations to Caroline David ’16

Recently, Dr. Marie Walker, department chair of Psychological Science nominated Caroline David for the Donald G. Patterson Award in Psychology. Caroline is an outstanding senior and Psychological Science major at Gustavus Adolphus College. Caroline is a member of Psi Chi, the International Honor Society in Psychology, Theta Alpha Kappa National Honor Society for Religious Studies […]

Dr. Carl Seashore, Distinguished Alum

You may have noticed a sculpture as you enter the department of Psychological Science. It is a bust of Dr. Carl Seashore, who was an 1891 graduate of Gustavus and widely recognized as one of the early leaders in psychology in America.  This summer, Don Myers, Director of the Hillstrom Museum of Art, confirmed that our Gustavus bronze sculpture […]

Center for Developmental Science Community Involvement

Recently Gustavus’ Center for Developmental Science hosted a display booth at a local Baby and Kids Expo in Mankato, Minnesota. The booth displays raised awareness of the Center, shared current research studies with attendees and encouraged participation in fun studies at the Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesota Senior Nick Herzog ’16 manned the booth with Professor Patricia Reeder […]

Psi Chi Welcomes You to Spring Semester 2016!

Psi Chi welcomes you back to the hill for spring semester! We are in the process of planning exciting social events and speakers for the coming months. Be sure to keep your eyes open for more information in the future! If you have any ideas for social events or have a speaker that you would […]

Matt Broschard ’16: Research Observer in Computational Memory Lab

Matt Broschard ’16, a Psychological Science major, was a Research Observer in Dr. Sean Polyn’s Computational Memory Lab at Vanderbilt University in Nashville, TN. Broschard ’16 was supported in this endeavor with an award from the Ivey Psychological Science Student research fund from Gustavus Adolphus College. His main project was analyzing data for an EEG […]

Psychological Science 2015 Fall Research Symposium

This fall, the Gustavus Adolphus College’s Department of Psychological Science hosted it’s largest Fall Symposium in Beck Hall. Featuring over 30 research presentations and a host of attendees, the Fall Symposium was a great success. Professors Kyle Chambers and Patricia Reeder welcomed guests from the Southern Minnesota Children’s Museum to review students’ developmental research projects. The […]

Meet the History Department Faculty: Professor Maddalena Marinari

Dr. Marinari is the most recent addition to the Gustavus History Department. Originally from Italy, she has a Ph.D in Twentieth-Century U.S. and Modern European history from the University of Kansas. Her colleagues already feel her presence as a major contribution. Her enthusiasm towards solving historical puzzles and interpretations make her an excellent professor and […]

Developmental Psychology Research with Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesota

This past semester I have had the privilege of taking Developmental Psychology at Gustavus Adolphus College with Dr. Kyle Chambers where I have gained an understanding of developmental psychology through a hands-on group research project in collaboration with the Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesota. For the research project, each group was responsible for selecting a […]