The Yellow Sheet 2002

September 5, 2002 | Volume 35, Number 1

Thursday, Sept. 5,

Volume 35, Number 1

News & Announcements
Upcoming Events
New Faces
In the Media
Calendar of Events
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News & Announcements

Newsletter Purpose, Guidelines... With the beginning of the academic year comes the resumption of The Yellow Sheet, a weekly newsletter providing news and information to the campus community since 1975. This employee newsletter is distributed online each Thursday except during academic breaks (specified below).
  • When is the newsletter distributed? Every week of the academic year except during Thanksgiving, Christmas, Touring, and Spring/Easter breaks. (Thus, it will not be published the following Thursdays: Nov. 28; Dec. 19, 26; Jan. 2; Feb. 6; and April 3. The final issue for this school year will be published May 22.)
  • How is it distributed? When each issue is published, an e-mail message will be sent (via employee-l) notifying employees of its availability and providing a link to the current issue's online location. Supervisors of employees who do not have e-mail accounts or Internet/Web access are again asked to print out and post a copy of the newsletter each week on a centralized employee bulletin board, circulate copies within the department, or encourage employees to read/view the newsletter on a campus computer. Past issues of the newsletter will again be archived online.
  • What's the deadline? All submissions must be received by the news staff in the Office of Public Relations no later than 4:30 p.m. on the Tuesday prior to publication. Due to the Nobel Conference on Oct. 1-2, the deadline for that week's edition will be 4:30 p.m. Monday, Sept. 30.
  • How should items be submitted? Fill out an online Yellow Sheet submission form or send items via e-mail to Electronic submissions are preferred, but items may also be submitted typewritten. Send "snail mail" items to: The Yellow Sheet, Office of Public Relations.
  • Who may submit items? Anyone who has pertinent news or information for Yellow Sheet readers. Keep in mind that the newsletter is not a vehicle for personal thank yous, and the editors retain the right to edit material and refuse material deemed inappropriate.
Individuals who have questions or comments about The Yellow Sheet, should contact Stacia Senne (x510) or Barb Booren (x6213). The Office of Public Relations is located in the Carlson Administration Building, second level, next to the Office of the President.

Campaign Launch Saturday... On Sept. 7, Gustavus will launch the largest capital campaign in history. The "Building a Greater Gustavus" campaign goal is to raise $100 million. The campaign kick-off includes an 11:30 a.m. picnic lunch, a 12 p.m. program, and a post-program dessert reception on the Johns Family Courtyard (in Alumni Hall if raining). The campaign focuses on 5 priorities that are essential to the core of the College's tradition of being a leading national liberal arts college of the church. They are:

1. Recruiting, retaining, and graduating a talented and increasingly diverse student body (scholarships).
2. Recruiting and retaining the very best faculty and staff (academic chairs and faculty development).
3. Further strengthening the academic program and enhancing student learning (student/faculty research, etc.).
4. Developing facilities that support the highest quality academic programs and enrich student life on a residential campus (including remodeling the historic Old Main).
5. Providing a secure financial base for the future (by accelerating endowment growth and generating Gustavus Fund support).
During the last comprehensive campaign, the Three Crowns campaign that ended in 1997, the College was successful in exceeding its $32.5 million goal by receiving $35 million. All are invited to the public launch, but reservations are required for the picnic lunch. Any campus community member who plans to attend the picnic lunch may make last minute reservations on Sept. 5 or 6 by calling Alumni Affairs at x7511.

9/11 Observance... A variety of activities for members of the community who want to remember and reflect upon the Sept. 11 anniversary have been planned by various campus individuals, organizations, and departments. The "Remember, Reflect, Renew" program includes the following:

  • A remembrance service with music, prayer, and silence from 6:45 a.m. to 6:24 p.m. Sept. 11 in Christ Chapel. People are invited to drop by the chapel at anytime.
  • A processional, led by President Dennis Johnson, at 6:24 p.m. Sept. 11 on Eckman Mall from Christ Chapel to the Campus Center.
  • A community gathering for 3 keynote presentations, as well as testimonials, music, performances, and "open mic" time, from 6:30-8:30 p.m. Sept. 11 in the Evelyn Young Dining Room in the Campus Center. Alumnae Elena Davis who moved to New York City shortly before the attacks will provide a remembrance perspective; Assistant Professor of Religion John Cha will offer reflections; and Professor of Anthropology Karen Larson will discuss renewal and how we as a culture and community can move forward. Each presentation will be about 10 minutes followed by 15 minutes of questions or performances (singing, dancing, poetry, etc).
  • A vigil candle where items (such as flowers or notes) may be placed in the Campus Center lobby.
  • The discussion will continue on Sept. 23-24 when Anouar Majid, chair of the English department at the University of New England in Maine and a native of Morocco, will visit campus to discuss Islam and world culture as well as globalization. Majid will meet with area community leaders and campus groups on Sept. 23. On Sept. 24, the public is invited to listen to his talk/homily during the 20-minute daily worship service at 10 a.m. in Christ Chapel and his keynote address at 7 p.m. in Alumni Hall, followed by an 8:30 p.m. reception.
  • On Oct. 24, a teach-in will be held to continue the dialogue on a variety of topics ranging from culture, religion, terrorism, etc. This event is scheduled for 7-9 p.m. in the Dive.
Parking Reminder... New parking permits are required by Sept. 15. Parking rules and regulations went into effect Sept. 4, meaning it will be necessary to park in designated areas, etc. Safety and Security will begin ticketing for non-registration (not displaying a new permit) on Sept. 15. If questions, contact Safety and Security at x8809.

Search Update... The Presidential Search Committee would like to keep the campus community informed as the committee begins the process of selecting the 14th president of the College. Check for updates on the Gustavus Web site at

Tenure Letters Sought for Review... The following members of the faculty are being considered for tenure during the fall semester: Gaston Alzate (modern foreign languages and literatures/Spanish), Jon Cha (religion), Svjetlana Madzar (economics and management), Peg O'Connor (women's studies), and Mary Solberg (religion). Letters written on behalf of candidates should be addressed to Dean John Mosbo. Letters should address the criteria for tenure as stated in the Faculty Manual. Tenure files close at 4 p.m. Oct. 9.

Multicultural Programs Appointment... Nadarajan (Raj) Sethuraju was appointed associate dean for multicultural programs in July. He received a bachelor's degree in sociology and a master's degree in education from the University of Louisiana and a Ph.D. in sociology from Texas Women's University. Sethuraju was most recently an adjunct member of the graduate and undergraduate faculty and associate director of Multicultural Student Services at the University of St. Thomas. Watch for details on an upcoming welcoming reception.

Moving On... Steve Titus (executive assistant to the president) has been appointed president of Midland Lutheran College in Fremont, NE. Midland Lutheran College is a 4-year, liberal arts and sciences college affiliated with the ELCA. More than 1,000 students choose from nearly 50 majors and preprofessional programs. Titus earned a doctoral degree in higher education administration from the University of Virginia, a J.D. degree from Marquette University Law School, and a bachelor's degree from Southwest State University. Prior to joining Gustavus, Titus served as a tenured professor of leadership studies and organizational behavior at Southwest and, as a commissioned officer in the U.S. Army Judge Advocate General's Corp, he held several positions. Steve, his wife, Sara, (institutional advancement), and daughter Emma will will move in October. A farewell reception is forthcoming.

Alumni Fund Chairs Announced... The Office of Alumni Relations and the Gustavus Fund Office recently announced that Robert Peterson '58 and his family have accepted the invitation to serve as the 2002-03 Alumni Fund chairs. Peterson retired in 1996 after serving the College for 38 years. He last held the position of vice president for development and college relations. Peterson's wife, Ranae, also served the College, teaching French and mentoring Curriculum II students. The Peterson family consists of a son Mark '88, his wife, Brenda, and son Erik Henry and son Kip '94, his wife, Heidi Hayer '96 Peterson, and son Cole Robert. The Gustavus Alumni Fund is in the middle of its 50 by 50 Campaign. The campaign is striving to increase participation to 50 percent by the 2004 fund year, which is the 50th anniversary of the Alumni Fund. Welcome the Peterson family for its continued service to the College.

Hand Sculpture on Campus... This year, Nobel Conference director Tim Robinson wanted a "subliminal" message to reach Gustavus students and lead them to wonder about and become excited for this year's Nobel Conference. The "Guiding Hand," an 8-foot hand holding a child, the main graphic element on this year's conference materials, was recently installed on the Johns Family Courtyard and it is hoped that the sculpture will spark discussion on the age-old question: Nature or Nurture? The sculpture is made of wood, foam, and fiberglass and was created by Gustavus alumni Dave Leak and Tim Quady of Blue Rhino Studio in Bloomington. (See In the Media section for news coverage the sculpture has generated.)

Be Included... Planning an event on campus? Be sure to include it in the online College Calendar. By doing so, the event will show up in the searchable, online campus calendar, and it will also show up in various locations on the Gustavus Web. For example, on the date the event occurs it will automatically show up in the "Today@Gustavus" box on the Gustavus home page and 10 days before the event it will automatically show up in The Yellow Sheet. To add or change an event on the calendar, fill out an
online College Calendar event form. To view or search the calendar, go to the Gustavus home page and select the Browse or Search links. For assistance using the calendar, or for help in planning and promoting a campus event, contact the Office of Public Relations (x7520 or x6213).

Room Reservation Information... All campus individuals who need to use facilities throughout the academic year are asked to call the person or number designated for the specific location as follows:

  • To reserve classrooms between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. on weekdays during the academic year, contact the registrar's office (x7495).
  • To reserve classrooms after 4:30 p.m. on weekdays and all day on weekends during the academic year, call the telephone number designated below:
CONFER/VICKNER -- Carol Lawrence x7391
LIBRARY SEMINAR ROOMS -- Sylvia Straub x7556
LUND CLASSROOMS -- Larry Zelenz x7699
NOBEL -- Kathy Scholl x7333
OLD MAIN -- Linda Elvee x7317
OLIN -- Linda Hewitt x7483
Fine Arts (art) -- Colleen Hanson x7019
Fine Arts (music) -- Nancy Sanderson x7364
Fine Arts (speech/theatre) -- Pat Kewitsch x7353
SOCIAL SCIENCE CENTER -- Jane Chouanard x741
  • To reserve all other locations that have variable schedules and are booked solely by an individual office, call the telephone number listed below:
CAMPUS CENTER -- Laura Martens x7598
CHRIST CHAPEL -- Kathy Matz x7446
DINING SERVICE ROOMS -- Margi Willmert x6245
FACULTY CENTER -- Faith Hawkins x6295
INTERPRETIVE CENTER -- Shirley Mellema x6181
AV Classrooms (and equipment) -- Ginny Bakke x7571
Conference Rooms -- Sylvia Straub x7556
Facilities and fields -- Larry Zelenz x7699
RETREAT CENTER -- Amy Pehrson x7001
Anderson Theatre -- Terena Wilkens x6280
Bjorling Recital Hall -- Barbara Anthony x7363
Alumni -- Laura Martens x7598
Linner Lounge -- Laura Martens x7598
The Dive/Conference Room -- Laura Martens x7598
  • To reserve facilities in the summer, contact Summer Programs' Margi Willmert (x6245).
When booking the facilities, note that reservations only secure the space: they do not ensure that the rooms will be set up and unlocked. The person reserving the room is responsible for making all arrangements. For assistance or to receive an event planning checklist, contact the Office of Public Relations (x7520).


Chapel Schedule... All are invited to the 10 a.m. worship services in Christ Chapel. The upcoming schedule is as follows:

  • Sept. 6 -- Dean Hank Toutain, Luke 10: 25-37;
  • Sept. 8 -- 16h Sunday after Pentecost, Chaplain Rachel Larson;
  • Sept. 9 -- Chaplain Brian Johnson, Psalm 137: 1-6;
  • Sept. 10 -- Julie Johnson, Exodus 6: 1-8;
  • Sept. 11 -- Morning Praise;
  • Sept. 12 -- Jackie Alvarez, 1 John 4: 7-11;
  • Sept. 13 -- Will Freiert, St. John of Chrisostom, Matthew 25: 14-30; and
  • Sept. 15 -- 17th Sunday after Pentecost, Chaplain Brian Johnson.
Gustavus Artist Series... The Gustavus Artist Series marks the beginning of the 4th decade this month. The tradition continues with "Feel the Beat," a series of performances, exhibitions, and residencies which includes "African Art and Artifacts" from the collection of Mankatoan Arnoldus Gruter, the Arianne String Quartet, the Moscow Boys Choir, a community of artists from the Provincetown Art Association and Museum, and concluding with New York actress and director Deborah Templin in her one woman show, titled "Unsinkable Women: Stories and Song From the Titanic." Tickets for the Artist Series will go on sale Sept. 7. Call the Ticket Center at x7590 or the Office of Fine Arts at x7363 for ticket information. Gruter's "African Art and Artifacts" is the opening exhibition in the Hillstrom Museum of Art and will be on exhibit for 2 months.

All-staff Budget Meeting... All Gustavus employees are invited to attend a meeting concerning the 2002-03 budget from 2:30-3:30 p.m. Sept. 9 in Banquet Room B in the Campus Center.

Talk Shop... Eric Dugdale (classics) will present the first Faculty Shop Talk of the 2002-03 academic year. His talk, titled "Out of Bounds in Sophocles' Electra," will be presented at 4:30 p.m. on Sept. 13 in the Interpretive Center. Feel free to arrive any time after 4:15 p.m. The abstract for this and future talks may be viewed on the Gustavus Web under the On-Campus Community/Faculty/Shop Talks link.

Coffee for a Nickel... In honor of Evelyn Young, President Dennis Johnson has proclaimed Sept. 20 (the first day of Homecoming Week) as Nickel Coffee Day. While Young was director of the campus food service, coffee was 5 cents a cup. She believed that hospitality was essential to community life and that the friendships made over coffee were so important that no student should forsake it because of cost. The tradition remained alive until rising coffee prices necessitated its demise in 1998.

Reclassification Requests Due Sept. 16... The Staff Reclassification Committee (SRC) will meet Sept. 23 to review and evaluate complete reclassification requests received in the Department of Human Resources by Sept. 16. Complete requests are those submitted on the "Position Description Questionnaire" form (normally completed by the employee) and accompanied by a "Request for Job Description Review" form completed by the supervisor. Both forms are available in human resources. Requests for reclassification received after Sept. 16 will be carried to the next SRC meeting in March 2003.

Nobel Conference Set... The ancient question of the role of heredity and environment in child development will be the focus of the 38th annual Nobel Conference®, titled "The Nature of Nurture," to be held Oct. 1-2 on campus. This year's conference will address the most important forces in shaping a child's personality, gender identity, and cognitive abilities, including the role of parenting and brain development. A panel of 7 child development experts will show how the past 30 years of research in developmental psychology, behavior genetics, cognition, and neuroscience have begun to clarify how life experiences contribute to individual development in conjunction with biological makeup. The speakers and their topics are:

  • Eric Kandel, 2000 Nobel laureate in physiology/medicine and professor of neurobiology and behavior at Columbia University, "Genes, Synapses, and Long-Term Memory";
  • Avshalom Caspi, professor of psychology at the Institute of Psychiatry, King's College London, and the University of Wisconsin, Madison, "The Child is the Father of the Man: Personality Development from Childhood to Adulthood";
  • Jerome Kagan, professor of psychology at Harvard University, "The Tapestry Woven by Biology and Experience";
  • Eleanor Maccoby, professor of psychology at Stanford University, "The Nature of Children and their Nurture by Parents";
  • Thomas Murray, president of the Hastings Center, "Parents and Children: What We Value and How That is Challenged by Cloning and New Reproductive Technologies";
  • Robert Plomin, professor and deputy director of the Social, Genetic, and Developmental Psychiatry Research Centre, King's College London, "Nature and Nurture: Genetics and Environmental Influences on Behavioral Development"; and
  • Judith Rapoport, chief of Child Psychiatry Branch, National Institute of Mental Health, "Normal and Abnormal Brain Development in Children and Adolescents."
The annual conference, sanctioned by the Nobel Foundation, is open to the public and lecture tickets are again free for all campus community members. Faculty, staff, and administration members may pick up tickets in the Office of Public Relations (x7520). Speaker biographies and the conference schedule are available on the 2002 Nobel Conference Web site.


Student Receives Scholarship... Junior communications studies major Natalie Rosengren received a scholarship to study at Belmont College and Vanderbilt University for the summer in an intensive program that exposed students to the "business" side of the music industry.

Jane Confer (ombudsperson) was elected to a 1-year term as president of the Mankato Area Foundation. The foundation is dedicated to funding community projects in the greater Mankato area. Also, in July, Confer was elected to a 3-year term on the Board of Directors of the Guthrie Theater in Minneapolis. The Guthrie is a regional theater with worldwide connections in the theater world.

Bill Heidcamp (biology) was elected to a 3-year term to the Board of Directors of the Minnesota Academy of Science.

Dennis Henry (physics) has authored the second edition of the booklet "Planning for Graduate Studies in Physics and Related Fields," published by the American Association of Physics Teachers. The online version is available at

David Koppenhaver (education) and colleagues Karen Erickson and David Yoder of the University of North Carolina edited "Waves of Words: Augmented Communicators Read and Write," an international collection of case studies published last month by the International Society for Augmentative and Alternative Communication.

Horst Ludwig (modern foreign languages and literatures/German) won with an English text a Supplementary Award (1 of 3 second prizes, ¥ 100,000.--) in the International Section of this year's Hoshi to Mori Tanka Competition. (No first prize was given in this section.) A tanka is an old Japanese poetry form; its 31 syllables are distributed in 5 lines with the system 5-7-5/7-7. Ludwig was invited to attend the award ceremony in Tokyo but was unable to attend; however a video of the ceremony was prepared for him. Anyone interested in such cultural ceremonies of an old foreign tradition should contact Ludwig. The award winning poems had been set to music and were performed in an impressive (and expensive) ceremony. Also, Ludwig received an award for 1 of the 3 best haiku in 2001 in "Ko: Haiku Magazine in English."

Jenifer Ward (modern foreign languages and literatures/German) was a plenary speaker at the Association of Departments of Foreign Languages summer seminar for department chairs in Long Beach, CA. Ward's presentation looked at the incorporation of service learning components in study abroad experiences.


President Dennis and Carol Johnson are the proud grandparents of Lillian "Lily" Kay Osmond, born Aug. 30 in St. Paul. Lily's parents are Ann '91 and Ben Osmond.


The following people have recently joined the Gustavus community:
    New Administrators
    Michael Conner, Culpeper Multimedia Center
    Philip Hood, Institutional Advancement
    Lori Lindgren, Student Health Services

    New Faculty
    Aaron Banks, Health and Exercise Science
    Candace Black, English
    Adolfo Carrillo Cabello, Spanish
    Todd Coleman, Physics
    Jeffrey Dahlseid, Chemistry
    Lisa Edwards, History
    Casey Elledge, Religion
    *Mary Everett, Spanish
    *Karen Ferrington, Education
    *Shannon Fisher, Biology
    Sean Francis, English
    *Catherine Hall, Education
    *Mary Ann Hanson, Education
    *Sarah Hauss, Theatre and Dance
    Anna Hulseberg, Library
    Jeffrey Jeremiason, Chemistry
    *Ryan Johnson, non-departmental
    Marnie Jorenby, Japanese
    Brenda Kelly, Chemistry
    *Eric Koser, Education
    Kristofer Kracht, Communication Studies
    Karen Lybeck, English
    *Lara MacLean, Music
    *Janet Maruska, Education
    *Aaron Michaelson, History
    *Anna Mosbo, Education
    Keith Nainby, Communication Studies
    *Charles Nytes, Education
    *Brian Ohnsorg, Music
    Matthew Panciera, Classics
    *Sarah Peterson, Education
    Ellen Riordan, Communication Studies
    *Teresa Saum, Education
    Russell Shapiro, Geology
    *Stephen Smale, Mathematics and Computer Science (Rydell Professor)
    *Jennifer Stenner, Education
    Todd Swanson, Chemistry
    *Linnea Swenson Tellekson, German
    Craig Woodward, Economics and Management
    *Jacob Zeiher, Art and Art History



Here are some noteworthy Gustavus-related stories that recently appeared in print or broadcast media around the nation:
  • The "Guiding Hand" sculpture promoting this year's Nobel Conference was recently featured in the local media. KEYC-TV (Ch. 12, Mankato) aired a report, which included an interview with Tim Robinson, on the 6 p.m. news Aug. 29. The Free Press of Mankato published a photograph, which included St. Peter residents and Gusties Lindsey Penn and Dan Wunderlich sitting on the sculpture, on page 1B Aug. 30.
  • On Aug. 28, the St. Paul Pioneer Press published an article, titled Iraq policy becomes an issue in race, which included quotes from Chris Gilbert (political science).
  • On Aug. 23, The Free Press of Mankato quoted Garrett Paul and Darrell Jodock (both religion) in the "end of time" story published on page C1.
  • On Aug. 8, a radio piece on moonwort ferns aired on "Earth and Sky's," which used research from Cindy Johnson-Groh (biology).
Anyone who has suggested additions for this list, suggestions for potential future media stories, or interest in being a media source should contact News Director Stacia Senne (x7510 or


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Events happening between Friday, September 6, 2002 and Monday, September 16, 2002

Friday, September 6, 2002
Athletic: Volleyball @ Gustie Classic Lund Center
8:00 PM 1:10 AM Campus Event: Weekend Shuttle

Saturday, September 7, 2002
Athletic: Cross Country @ St. John's Collegeville, MN
Athletic: Volleyball @ Gustie Classic Lund Center
12:00 PM Campus Event: Building a Greater Gustavus Johns Family Courtyard
1:00 PM Athletic: Football vs Alma College Hollingsworth Field
1:00 PM Athletic: Women's Soccer @ UW-Stevens Pt Stevens Pt., WI
4:00 PM Athletic: Men's Soccer @ Simpson Indianola, IA
8:00 PM 1:10 AM Campus Event: Weekend Shuttle

Monday, September 9, 2002
4:00 PM 5:00 PM Campus Event: Culpeper Center Reception Culpeper Center, Vickner Hall

Tuesday, September 10, 2002
Campus Event: Student Organizations' Fair
7:30 PM 8:30 PM Campus Event: CAAM Chinese Dance Theater Alumni Hall

Wednesday, September 11, 2002
12:00 PM 1:00 PM Campus Event: Campus Cancer Support Group Leadholm Room
7:00 PM Athletic: Volleyball vs Martin Luther Lund Center
9:00 PM Meeting: College Democrats Meeting The Dive

Friday, September 13, 2002
Athletic: Volleyball @ Carleton Classic Northfield, MN
4:30 PM Campus Event: Faculty Shop Talks Interpretive Center
8:00 PM 1:10 AM Campus Event: Weekend Shuttle

Saturday, September 14, 2002
Athletic: Men's Golf @ St. John's Invite Wapicada Country Club
Athletic: Volleyball @ Carleton Classic Northfield, MN
Athletic: Women's Golf @ Small College Lakeside CC in Waseca, MN
1:00 PM Athletic: Football @ Concordia Moorhead, MN
2:00 PM Athletic: Men's Soccer vs Ripon Lund Center
2:00 PM Athletic: Women's Soccer @ UW-La Crosse La Crosse, WI
8:00 PM 1:10 AM Campus Event: Weekend Shuttle

Sunday, September 15, 2002
Athletic: Men's Golf @ St. John's Invite Wapicada Country Club
Athletic: Women's Golf @ Small College Lakeside CC in Waseca, MN
7:05 PM Athletic: Men's Hockey @ Lake Forest Lake Forest, IL

Monday, September 16, 2002
11:00 AM 2:00 PM Campus Event: Cuban Jazz Quartet Evelyn Young Dining Room

To add or change items on the calendar, please fill out and submit a College Calendar event form. View the entire College Calendar online.

The Yellow Sheet is a newsletter for Gustavus Adolphus College employees produced by the news staff in the Office of Public Relations. It is published weekly during the academic year (except during Thanksgiving, Christmas, Touring, Spring, and Easter breaks). Anyone may submit items by filling out an online submission form. While online, e-mail submissions are preferred, items may also be submitted typewritten on a letter-sized sheet of paper. Send "snail mail" items to: The Yellow Sheet, Office of Public Relations. Items must reach the news office no later than 4:30 p.m. on the Tuesday before publication. The week of Nobel Conference the deadline is 4:30 p.m. Monday. For more information, call Stacia Senne at x7510 or Barb Booren at x6213.
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