‘events’ Category

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 […]

Fall Research Symposium: A time for sharing, curiosity, and questions

Students and faculty took a brief hiatus from the hustle and bustle of the end of the semester to share a semester’s worth of hard work and research at the annual Fall Research Symposium this past Friday, December 9th. The gathering took place in the Beck Atrium where students displayed their research posters for other students […]

River Rock Coffee at the library

Stop by Thursday morning to purchase a cup of coffee from River Rock Coffee on the main floor of the library!  If you miss River Rock Coffee on Thursday, bring a mug for studying Friday night.  Cocoa and tea will be available from 5 pm – 1am on Friday night!

Standing Rock Conversation

The Student Senate is sponsoring a panel and discussion of the Standing Rock protest against the North Dakota Pipeline. It will be held December 7th at 6:00  p.m. in the Dive. We put together a brief guide about the protest.   image courtesy of Dark Sevier

Resources for Nobel

Books by our Nobel speakers are on a display shelf near the front door in the new books area. Additional books on the subject are displayed in the GLA Reading Room. Feel free to check out any that interest you. Want to browse from afar? No problem. We have a guide for that.

Neuroscience Capstone Class Hosts Community Brain Wellbeing Workshop

On April 26, Professor Kayla De Lorme’s Neuroscience Capstone students organized an event called “The Brain Wellbeing Workshop” at the Senior Center in St. Peter in order to implement some of of the knowledge they had learned over the course of the class. They focused mostly on the aging brain, having each student present some […]

Neuroscience and Art: Perspectives from Neuroscience Program Director, Dr. Mike Ferragamo

A new perspective on art is on display until April 24th at the Hillstrom Museum of Art. B.J.O. Nordfeldt’s painting, Two Pigeons, which is presently featured at the Hillstrom, has a connection to the Neuroscience Program and Department of Psychological Science. Dr. Mike Ferragamo and Dr. Don Myers, Director of the Hillstrom Museum,  share their disciplinary expertise on the […]

Psi Chi Inducts 20 New Members

  The Gustavus chapter of Psi Chi inducted 20 new members at their spring induction ceremony on April 13th, 2016. Graduating seniors were also honored at the event, which brought together faculty and students to celebrate the academic achievement of the students in attendance. Psi Chi, the international honor society in psychology, is one of […]

Psi Chi Event: Speaker Deb Johnson ’90

The Psi Chi honors society recently invited Gustavus alumna Deb Johnson ’90 to speak with Psychological Science students. Deb is currently the Education and Exhibits Director at the Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesota. She spoke about her journey from Gustavus grad with a Psychological Science degree to school psychologist, to stay at home mother, to where […]

St. Peter Herald Writes About Living Laboratory

The St. Peter Herald recently interviewed Deb Johnson ’90, the Director of Education and Exhibits at the Children’s Museum of Southern Minnesota, and Professors Kyle Chambers and Patricia Reeder. The article describes the group’s creation of a Living Laboratory, which is a collaboration between the Center for Developmental Science at Gustavus and the Children’s Museum in Mankato. […]