‘Faculty Activities’ Category
Gustavus welcomes our new tenure-track colleague, Lucie Holmgreen. Lucie will join the Department of Psychological Science in January 2017. Holmgreen holds bachelor’s degree from the Ohio State University and both a master’s degree and Ph.D. from Marquette University. Her primary clinical and research specialties include: college sexual assault, sexual re-victimization and sexual aggression, posttraumatic stress […]
Gustavus welcomes our new tenure-track colleague, Hayley Russell. Hayley earned a bachelor’s degree at Saint Francis Xavier University, a master’s degree at Wilfrid Laurier University, and doctorate at the University of Minnesota. Her academic interests lie in the broad domain of sports medicine psychology.
Gustavus welcomes our new tenure-track colleague, Brookhart Shields. Brooke joins the Department of Biology in a tenure-track position, having previously served as a Visiting Assistant Professor in the department in the 2015-16 academic year. Shields completed her bachelor’s degree at Winona State University and her Ph.D. at the University of Iowa-Iowa City. Her graduate thesis […]
Gustavus welcomes our new tenure-track colleague, Shu-Ling Wang. Shu-Ling holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees from National Chengchi University and a master’s degree and doctorate from Indiana University-Bloomington. Her primary research interests include macroeconomics, international finance, and monetary economics.
Leila Brammer was interviewed on WCCO Radio about campaign rhetoric.
Sarah Wolter was on WCCO Radio to comment on gendered coverage of the Olympics.
Marie Walker and Emma Iverson ’10, published an article in Emerging Adulthood titled, “Identity Development and Political Self-Regulation in Emerging Adult Political Attitudes and Behavior.”
Through his collaboration with the University of Minnesota-Duluth, Jeff Jeremiason has received funding for a two-year project from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration for the project “Refining Our Understanding of Methylmercury Production and Bioavailability in the Saint Louis River Estuary.” In addition to conducting important environmental research, this project provides research opportunities for students […]
Tom Huber has received a three-year grant from the National Science Foundation for the project “Detection of ultrasound waves in water and air using a laser interferometer.” In addition to conducting important research into the uses of ultrasound, his project provides research opportunities for students and an outreach component with the aim of attracting secondary […]
Dwight Stoll received an Agilent Technologies Foundation grant for the study of two-dimensional liquid chromatography separations of therapeutic monoclonal antibodies.