Professors Glenn Kranking, Carlos Mejia Suarez, Pamela Conners, and Micah Maatman all teach digital humanities initiatives. (Note: This feature on digital humanities initiatives at Gustavus first appeared in the Fall 2016 issue of the Gustavus Quarterly.) Why Digital Humanities By Glenn Kranking ’98, associate professor, History and Scandinavian Studies, and campus facilitator, Digital Humanities I […]
Mariana Cobos and Josh Reinitz will explore fair trade, organic, sustainable, and equitable farming practices on Wednesday, October 26.
Exceeding national averages for admission, 10 alumni seeking careers in physical therapy were accepted into graduate programs this fall.
The College is 58th on the list of Best Liberal Arts Colleges and 20th overall for Best College Food in America.
Students can now receive tailored career guidance by choosing from one or more of seven career interest clusters.
Kay Helms' photographs are currently on display in the Chester Johnson Geology Museum in the Nobel Hall of Science.
Julie Kline was recently recognized with a national award for the "Emerging Leaders" program, which helps employees reach their highest potential.
Through his internship with event company Barton G., Kelley helped with the operation of 80 corporate hospitality tents at the Ryder Cup.
The University of Minnesota professor speaks on campus on Oct. 13 about immigration crises.
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#fromthedeskof S. Brookart Sheilds, new assistant professor in Biology: "I taught a j-term last year on knitting. We talked about how knitting can be used to relax because it is a form of meditation. I always have a molecular set in my office, but mostly my kids play with it as tinker toys. The purple plush toy is a bacteria phage. I was working with an advisor for my post-doc and nothing was working because bacteria phage kept infecting our experiments, so my advisor got me this as a joke."
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