Inside Gustavus 

March 24, 2016 | Volume 48, Number 26

Faculty/Staff Activities and Student Achievements

Lisa Heldke has co-authored a book with Raymond D. Boisvert that was just published by Reaktion Press. The book is titled: Philosophers at Table: On Food and Being Human.

Dave Stamps was recently appointed as Managing Vice President of the International Society of Jazz Arrangers & Composers. ISJAC produces the International Jazz Composers' Symposium, national jazz composition workshops/camps, and many education initiatives.

Athletic Training Students and Mary Joos, program director of athletic training, attending the Minnesota Athletic Trainers' Association annual Hit the Hill Day on March 17 and met with their legislators to garner support for athletic trainers and their bills coming up in the House and the Senate this session. Alex McHugh '18 met with Senator Kevin Dahl. Corey Larson '18, Tyller Robert '18, Maggie Willis '18, Rachel Skoglund '18, and Kennedy Howlerda '18 along with Mary Joos and students and staff from Minnesota State University, Mankato met with Senator Kathy Sheran. In addition, Mary Joos met with Gustavus alum Representative Nels Pierson '95.

Jeff Jenson (Archives & Library), Anna Hulseberg (Library), and Amanda Moeller (Library) attended the Library Technology Conference at Macalester College on March 16-17. Jenson and Hulseberg presented a lightning round session, "LibGuides in the Archives: Hosting Finding Aids for Archival Collections on LibGuides."

Mimi Gerstbauer (Political Science) presented her paper, "Letting the U.S. Off the Hook?: U.S. Peace Organizations and Post-Conflict Justice" at the International Studies Association meetings which took place in Atlanta, Georgia March 16-19. It was the first time in its 57 year history that the conference focused on peace.

Lauren Hecht (Psychological Science) had an article titled "Enhanced Spatial Resolution on Figures Versus Grounds" accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed journal Attention, Perception, & Psychophysics.

This past week five women from the Gustavus Swim and Dive team traveled to Greensboro, North Carolina to compete in the NCAA Division III National Championships. Seniors Leah Anderson (Apple Valley, Minn.) and Tarin Anding (Sartell, Minn.), junior Nicole Lohman (North Mankato, Minn.), sophomore Kate Reilly (Hastings, Minn.), and first-year Maggie Webster (Apple Valley, Minn.) competed in four relays (200 medley, 200 freestyle, 800 freestyle, and 400 freestyle), and Reilly competed in three individual events (50 freestyle, 100 butterfly, and 100 freestyle).

Alex Kopp (Jr., Wayzata, Minn.) brought Gustavus gymnastics back into the national spotlight at this year’s NCGA Championships, winning the national floor title with a program record 9.85, which marked the 32nd national event championship in program history. Kopp also placed ninth in the all-around and 11th on the vault. To top it all off, Kopp was named the National Association of College Gymnastics Coaches/Women (NACGC/W) Division III West Region Gymnast of the Year.

The Gustavus forensics team had a successful national tournament in which senior Emily Meyer placed fourth in Persuasive Speaking and was in the top 25 speakers in Student Congress and senior Kari Roll placed fifth in After Dinner Speaking. Sophomore Megan Johnson was top 25 in Student Congress, semi-finalist in Editorial Impromptu, and quarterfinalist in Extemporaneous Speaking. Senior Kari Grundmeier was a quarterfinalist in Dramatic Duo. First-year Thomas Sullivan was a quarterfinalist in Impromptu Speaking and quarterfinalist in Dramatic Duo.

Telecommunication Updates:

The following are additions/changes for the “Personnel Phone Directory 2015-16”:

Phyllis Kuhlman, Registrar, Phone: x7495, Email: pkuhlman, Note Change of Phone number

For further information or corrections, contact Telecommunications at x6261 or e-mail: 

Position Openings

-Adjunct Instructor of Physics
-Athletic Training Clinical Education Coordinator and Instructor
-Instructor of Music (Jazz Piano)
-Instructor of Music (Trombone)
-Visiting Assistant Professor of Art and Art History (Photography/Video)
-Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry (Biochemistry)
-Visiting Assistant Professor of Chemistry (Organic)
-Visiting Assistant Professor of Communication Studies (Public Discourse and Political Campaign Communication)
-Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics and Management (Accounting)
-Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics and Management (Management)
-Visiting Assistant Professor of Economics and Management (Marketing)
-Visiting Assistant Professor of Music (Theory and Composition)
-Visiting Assistant Professor of Psychological Science (Experimental Psychology)
-Visiting Instructor of Health and Exercise Science (Health and Physical Education)
-Visiting Instructor of Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures (French)
-Visiting Instructor of Nursing (Pediatrics, Public Health, and Nursing Research
-Director of Human Resources
Director of Physical Plant
-Vice President for Finance and Treasurer
-Assistant Director of Campus Activities
-Study Away Program Coordinator

For more information on the aforementioned position(s), call Human Resources (x7304).

President Cabinet Summary

  1. Following the review by college attorneys of the draft Relationships Policy, members approved the policy with a minor revision. The Board of Trustees will be asked to review/approve the policy at its April meeting.
  2. Continued discussion was held regarding the request to revise the worship service times of Christmas in Christ Chapel. Provost Braun will meet with the choir directors regarding the request, and further discussion will be held at the next Cabinet meeting.
  3. Members reviewed the April Board meeting agenda, including topics for the strategic discussion session and the timeline for preparation of Board materials. 
  4. Vice President Westphal asked that members submit to him any current year budget variances within their respective operating budgets.
  5. Members briefly discussed the projections for the FY 2017 operating budget and the Internal Budget Committee agenda scheduled for later in the day.
  6. Provost Braun shared a copy of the core principles curriculum document with members.

News & Announcements 

Swimming Lessons Are Back...Let the Gusties teach your children how to swim. Our instructors (Gustavus Adolphus College swimmers) have the teaching experience, skills, maturity, and passion to make this an enjoyable experience for children of all abilities and ages. Each teacher will work with an average of three children to guarantee your child plenty of expert personal attention. More personal attention means that your child will improve their swimming skills very quickly. Follow the link for registration and information. Lessons begin April 4 and run through May 4. 

Faculty Award Nominations...The deadline for submission of nominations for faculty awards is April 15. You can nominate online via the following links: Edgar M. Carlson Award for Distinguished Teaching, Gustavus Faculty Service Award, Gustavus Scholarly Accomplishment Award.

Applications are now open for the Gustie Entreprenuer Cup 2016...To be eligible, all participants must have been students at Gustavus Adolphus College as of Dec. 1, 2015.

The winner of the 2016 Gustie Entrepreneur Cup will receive $5,000, second place will receive $3,000, and third place will be awarded $1,000.

In addition to the cash prize, the winner of the Gustie Entrepreneur Cup automatically progresses to the semi-finals of the Minnesota Cup student division where the winner is awarded $30,000 and gets a chance to compete for the Minnesota Cup Grand Prize of $50,000.

Competition process:

1. Submit Business Plan to YouNoodle by Sunday, April 24. Your applications will be reviewed by a panel of faculty. Teams selected for the final round will be announced on Monday, May 2.
2. Meet with the members of the Entrepreneurship Task Force to present and review your pitch. This meeting is mandatory and needs to take place before Wednesday, May 11. Teams enrolled in the E/M 367 Entrepreneurship Seminar will complete this step during class time.
3. Pitch your business to the panel of judges on Saturday, May 14.

If you have any questions, please contact professor Marta Podemska-Mikluch or professor Russ Michaletz. Gustie Entrepreneur Cup is a focal point of the effort to create a space at Gustavus where students can experiment with putting innovative ideas into action. Entrepreneurship requires critical thinking, promotes creativity and resilience, teaches how to deal with ambiguity, and allows students to learn what questions to ask and where to look for answers. We also believe that entrepreneurship is the perfect way of blending vocational preparation, service, and liberal arts education. Go Gusties!

Vice President for Finance and Treasurer Candidates on Campus...On April 4, 5, 7, and 14, we will welcome to campus candidates for the position of Vice President for Finance and Treasurer. While here, the candidates will participate in a busy schedule of meetings with a number of groups and individuals, such as the Cabinet, direct reports, and the Board of Trustees.

The candidates will also participate in open sessions for the broader campus community of faculty, staff, and students. The open sessions are listed below. We strongly encourage your participation in these sessions. We will provide evaluation forms for your feedback. Your input is vital in the important work of selecting the next Vice President for Finance and Treasurer at the College.
The résumés for the candidates will be available on the Vice President for Finance and Treasurer Search website located at a day or two prior to each candidate’s visit.
Open Sessions for Administrators and Staff
Monday, April 4, 10:30 a.m. — Three Crowns Room
Tuesday, April 5, 10:30 a.m. — Three Crowns Room
Thursday, April 7, 10:30 a.m. — TBD
Thursday, April 14, 10:30 a.m. — TBD
Open Sessions for Faculty
Monday, April 4, 2 p.m. — Three Crowns Room
Tuesday, April 5, 2 p.m. — Three Crowns Room 
Thursday, April 7, 2 p.m. — TBD
Thursday, April 14, 2 p.m. — TBD
Open Sessions for Students
Monday, April 4, 3 p.m. — Three Crowns Room
Tuesday, April 5, 3 p.m. — Three Crowns Room 
Thursday, April 7, 3 p.m. — TBD
Thursday, April 14, 3 p.m. — TBD
Open Sessions for All Campus Constituents
Monday, April 4, 4 p.m. — Three Crowns Room
Tuesday, April 5, 4 p.m. — Three Crowns Room 
Thursday, April 7, 4 p.m. — TBD
Thursday, April 14, 4 p.m. — TBD

Service Learning Trip Planned...
The Diversity Education Exploration Project (D.E.E.P) is a student organization that promotes thematic cultural exploration, strategic service learning, and continuing education at regional graduate institutions. This year, D.E.E.P will be traveling to Charleston, S.C. and Savannah, Georgia over spring break to learn about the Gullah Geechee culture. On the trip, Gustavus students will participate in Gullah/Geechee Volunteer Month, helping with community service and transformational learning projects. The D.E.E.P trip will also visit Vanderbilt University to learn about options for post-graduate education. D.E.E.P students are currently collecting funds to support this exciting educational opportunity. To learn more about D.E.E.P, or donate funds, please visit:

It's that time of year again...
Endowed Scholarship Thank-You Time! Please encourage students to complete their scholarship thank yous. If you could make an announcement in your classes, to your student employees, or to the student group you advise to encourage students to express their appreciation to those folks who continue to provide opportunities for Gusties. It is a quick and easy process, and is all online. Email links will be in their email inbox and the Thank-You Portal will be open until March 25, 2016. Questions can be directed to Maggie Hedlund Forster '09 or by calling 507-933-6513.

Leadership ISLO Volunteers Needed…We seek volunteers for the working group on the assessment of our institutional student learning outcomes (ISLOs) on LEADERSHIP. The working group will ideally be comprised of at least two faculty members, two students, and two administrative/staff representatives. The College Assessment Committee has already identified the "Socially Responsible Leadership Scale" (SRLS) as the instrument for this assessment. The task of the working group will be to meet once in May 2016 to advise the Director of Institutional Research and the College Assessment Director on planning associated with such details as subject sampling and instrument administration timelines. The Working Group will then gather next year to aid in the analysis and dissemination of the data. Please send expressions of interest to Provost Mark Braun ( by April 20, 2016.

Until Next Time...
There will be no Inside Gustavus published on Thursday, March 31 during Spring Break. The next edition of Inside Gustavus will be published on Thursday, April 7.

Campus Happenings  

Rydell Lecture Climate Change and the Future of California...Dr. David Sedlak returns to Gustavus at 7 p.m. on Wed., April 6, 2016 for a lecture in Olin 103.

In his presentation, "Climate Change and the Future of California," he will offer solutions and discuss the challenges California is facing providing adequate water resources to agricultural and urban areas under a warming climate and severe drought conditions. Dr. David Sedlak, Malozemoff Professor in Mineral Engineering, Co-director of Berkeley Water Center, and Director of Institute for Environmental Science and Engineering (IESE), was a speaker at the 2009 Nobel Conference. His book Water 4.0: The Past, Present, and Future of the World’s Most Vital Resource is based on a concept that he developed during conversations with fellow presenters and attendees at the 2009 Nobel Conference. The event is open to the public and will be shown live and archived.

Interfaith Advocacy in Minnesota...A priest, a rabbi, a pastor, and an imam meet to discuss politics. This might sound like the set up of a politically incorrect joke, but it is exactly what happens on a regular basis in the state of Minnesota, and though it might be hard to envision, it is no joke. Minnesota’s Joint Religious Legislative Coalition (JRLC) is an interfaith advocacy group active in a wide range of state policy debates including welfare reform, gambling, healthcare, gay rights, and economic justice. Governed by representatives from the Minnesota Catholic Conference, the Minnesota Council of Churches, the Jewish Community Relations Council of Minnesota and the Dakotas, and the Islamic Center of Minnesota, the JRLC represents an unlikely coalition in the policy process. This presentation by political science professor Kate Knutson discusses the formation of the JRLC and the impact the group has on interfaith political advocacy in Minnesota.

*Meal served at 11:30am. Talk begins at 12:00pm and is over by 1:00pm.
Cost is $8 for Arboretum Members, $9 for non-members.
Credit card: Go to or call the Ticketing Office at 933-7590 to register.
Check: Mail to Shirley Mellema, Linnaeus Arboretum, 800 West College Ave., St. Peter, MN 56082
Questions? Please contact or call 933-6181.                   

The Lefler Lecture Series...Dr. William Jennings will present the 2016 Lefler Lecture titled, “Who are My People? Race, Faith, and Belonging” at 7 p.m. on Monday, April 11 in Alumni Hall. Dr. Jennings is an associate professor of systematic theology and Africana studies at Yale University Divinity School and his most recent book is The Christian Imagination: Theology and the Origins of Race. Watch the livestream or archive.

The Lefler Lecture Series and the Gustavus Department of Music are thrilled to welcome GRAMMY® nominated composer and Guggenheim Fellow Chuck Owen to campus on Tuesday, April 12, 2016. An avid outdoorsman and moving water aficionado, Owen will speak to a community audience at 7 p.m. in Bjorling Recital Hall about his approach to depicting a picturesque aesthetic as an aural soundscape. His lecture will be directed towards music lovers of all skill levels.

TEDx Conference...Gustavus is hosting the 3rd Annual TEDxGustavusAdolphusCollege conference on April 23.
The conference will feature 8 speakers that are connected to Gustavus and to the region. The TED platform is a series of short talks that are based on "ideas worth spreading." All the speakers will share ideas, research, and stories that build on the theme for the conference: ENGAGE! 
Tickets are available to the Gustavus community and general public. More information is available online.  

Contemplative Music Class...The Center for Worship & Music Studies is excited to offer a repertoire class, Contemplative Music for Worship, from 2 to 5 p.m. on Sat., April 23. Teacher Tom Witt will lead participants in contemplative worship music from a variety of sources including Taizé, and demonstrate ways to integrate this type of worship music into services. He will also lead the group through Holden Prayer Around the Cross, the beautiful service that he wrote with Susan Briehl. To register, visit or contact Chad Winterfeldt (x7447) for details.

2016 MAYDAY! Peace Conference...Mark your calendar for the 2016 MAYDAY! Peace Conference on Wed., April 27. Titled “Divestment & Reinvestment: Making Money Count,” the conference will consider whether or not divestment is an effective tool for building peace. Speakers with a wide range of perspectives will examine past divestment initiatives and current strategies, investigate the impact of power structures, and explore the complexity and commitments surrounding the ongoing debate on the morality and mechanics of divestment. The event is free and open to the public and will be streamed live online. More information is available online.

Fine Art Events

Gustavus Wind Orchestra concert tour:

Hillstrom Museum of Art 

Submerge, Recent Paintings by Betsy Ruth Byers, and FOCUS IN/ON: B.J.O. Nordfeldt’s Two Pigeons
Open Feb. 15 through April 24, 2016

Spring Break Building Hours and Notices 

Campus Center Hours
Friday, March 25: 7 a.m.-1 p.m.
Saturday, March 26-Sunday, March 27: Closed
Monday, March 28-Friday, April 1: 7 a.m.-6 p.m.
Saturday, April 2: Closed
Sunday April 3: Open at 7 a.m.

Market Place Hours
Thursday, March 24: 7 a.m.-7 p.m.
Friday, March 25: Closed
Saturday, March 26-Saturday, April 2: Closed
Sunday, April 3: 4:30 p.m.-11 p.m.
Courtyard Cafe Hours
Friday, March 25: Closed
Monday, March 28-Friday, April 1:
7:30 a.m.-2 p.m.

Library Hours
Thursday, March 24: 8 a.m.-4:45 p.m.
Friday, March 25-Sunday, March 27: Closed
Monday, March 28-Friday, April 1: 8 a.m.-4:45 p.m.
Saturday, April 2: Closed
Sunday, April 3: 6 p.m.-1 a.m.

College Post Office
Friday, March 25: Closed
Monday, March 28-Friday-April 1: 10 a.m.-2 p.m.
College Print Services and Mailroom
Friday, March 25: Closed
Monday, March 28-Friday, April 1: 8 a.m.-4:30 p.m. 

Hillstrom Museum of Art
Monday, March 28-Friday, April 1: 2-4 p.m.
Friday, March 25-Sunday, March 27: Closed
SaturdayApril 2-Sunday, April 3: Closed

Lund Hours
Thursday, March 24: 6 a.m.-8 p.m.
Friday, March 25-Sunday: March 27 Closed
Monday, March 28-Wednesday, March 30: 10 a.m.-4 p.m.
Thursday, March 31-Friday, April 1: 10 a.m.-6 p.m.
Saturday, April 2: 8 a.m.-4 p.m.
Sunday, April 3: 12 p.m.-10 p.m. 

*For pool and weight room hours, call x6660


The following Parking Lots will be closed for cleaning according to the following schedule:
Lots CLOSED from 5 p.m. Tues., March 29 until Wed., March 30 at 4 a.m.

  • Norelius Lot (Green section)
  • Norelius Lot (Red section)
  • Arboretum Lot (between Fine Arts/Interpretive Center)
  • Sorensen Lot (west of North/Gibbs/Sorensen)
  • Stadium/Beck lot

Lots CLOSED from 5 p.m. Wed., March 30 until Thurs., March 31 at 4 a.m.

  • Visitor Lot (north of Campus Center)
  • Lund Lot (south of Lund Center)
  • Olin Lot (south of Olin / International Center)
  • Uhler Lot
  • Swanson Tennis Center Lot
  • Chapel Circle (west of Christ Chapel)
  • Southwest Lot (north of Southwest Hall)

Lots CLOSED from 5 p.m. Thurs., March 31 until Fri., April 1 at 4 a.m.

  • Nobel Lot (west of Nobel)
  • Heating Plant Lot (east of Heating Plant)
  • Rundstrom Lot
  • Sohre/Wahlstrom Lot
  • College View Lot
  • Bjorling Lot (west of Bjorling/south of Prairie View)
  • Arbor View Apartments Lot
  • Pittman Lot
  • Chapel View Townhomes Lot

 In The News

Philosophy professor Doug Huff was highlighted in the St. Peter Herald for his new play and a revival of a 2009 show.

The Mankato Free Press announced Consolidated Communications Community Fund grants, which includes a $5,000 award to the Nobel Conference.

The St. Peter Herald announced the upcoming Lefler Lecture on April 12 featuring composer Chuck Owen.

Last week, MinnPost promoted tickets for the College's upcoming TEDx conference in its Artscape section.

Political science professor Mimi Gerstbauer was interviewed in a KEYC piece about U.S. relations and trade with Cuba.

The St. Peter Herald examined the national higher ed landscape and interviewed local sources in the third part of its series exploring sexual misconduct policy at Gustavus.

Off Campus Events

The sixth annual Gustavus Women in Leadership Conference is titled, "Change Management: Drive Change Before it Drives You" and will take place on Thurs., April 28 at the American Swedish Institute in Minneapolis, MN from 8:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m. This year's conference will feature alumna Beth Schnell '82, CEO of Sparboe Farms, and Angie Bastian, Founder of Angie's BOOMCHICKAPOP, as keynote speakers. Tickets for the conference can be purchased online through April 14.

Please join art professor Priscilla Briggs at the opening reception for the exhibition "Somewhere (Else)" at Rosalux Gallery in NE Minneapolis on Saturday, April 2, from 7 to 10 p.m.This two-person exhibition features Priscilla's photographs and the paintings and sculpture of Shannon Estlund (a former adjunct painting professor at Gustavus). Both artists explore imagined spaces or spaces altered by the imagination.

The video "The Golden Hour" by Priscilla Briggs will be screened in the program "Experimental Cinema: Pixels" at the MSP International Film Festival at 7 p.m. on April 15 at the St. Anthony Main Theater in Minneapolis. The video is a painterly vignette of mountains and prairie meadows as the light shifts toward darkness. "The Golden Hour" was originally created as an accompaniment to the George Bellows painting "Sunset, Shady Valley" at the Hillstrom Museum and features a sound composition by alumnus art major Charlie Brace '15.


Upcoming events
Date Event
Today "Escape The Zoom"
Men's Golf at Saint John's Invitational (Cancelled), Minn.
Cancer-themed exhibitions at the Hillstrom Museum of Art Museum of Art
Women's Golf at St. Catherine Invite (Cancelled), Minn.
66:30 p.m. 48-Hour Theatre Project Online
6:307:30 p.m. Sunday Worshipping Community: Virtual Edition
Tomorrow "Escape The Zoom"
Cancer-themed exhibitions at the Hillstrom Museum of Art Museum of Art
Sep 22 "Escape The Zoom"
Cancer-themed exhibitions at the Hillstrom Museum of Art Museum of Art
Sep 23 Cancer-themed exhibitions at the Hillstrom Museum of Art Museum of Art
"Escape The Zoom"
4 p.m. Women's Soccer vs. St. Thomas (Cancelled) Peter, Minn.
7 p.m. Volleyball at St. Olaf (Cancelled), Minn.
Sep 24 "Escape The Zoom"
Cancer-themed exhibitions at the Hillstrom Museum of Art Museum of Art
12:301:20 p.m. New Faculty Orientation Session
3:305 p.m. Reconciliation Circle with Cânté Sütá-Francis Bettelyoun videoconference or telephone
4:30 p.m. Men's Soccer vs. Luther (Cancelled) Peter, Minn.
Sep 25 "Escape The Zoom"
Cancer-themed exhibitions at the Hillstrom Museum of Art Museum of Art
7 p.m. Boom Boom Bingo Forum
7 p.m. Volleyball at Cornell (Cancelled) Vernon, Iowa
Sep 26 "Escape The Zoom"
Cancer-themed exhibitions at the Hillstrom Museum of Art Museum of Art
Men's Golf vs. Twin Cities Classic (Cancelled) River, Minn.
Women's Golf at D3 Classic (Cancelled), Minn.
8 a.m. to 11 p.m. Homecoming Adolphus College Campus
10 a.m. Volleyball at Monmouth (Mabel Lee Invite) (Cancelled) Rapids, Iowa
noon Volleyball at Coe (Mabel Lee Invite) (Cancelled) Rapids, Iowa
1 p.m. Football hosts St. Thomas (Cancelled) Peter, Minn.
1 p.m. Women's Soccer vs. St. Catherine (Cancelled) Peter, Minn.
1011:59 p.m. Peer Assistants host SNL Arena
Sep 27 Women's Golf at D3 Classic (Cancelled), Minn.
"Escape The Zoom"
Cancer-themed exhibitions at the Hillstrom Museum of Art Museum of Art
Men's Golf vs. Twin Cities Classic (Cancelled) River, Minn.
6:307:30 p.m. Sunday Worshipping Community: Virtual Edition
Sep 28 Cancer-themed exhibitions at the Hillstrom Museum of Art Museum of Art
Men's Golf vs. Twin Cities Classic (Cancelled) River, Minn.
Sep 29 Cancer-themed exhibitions at the Hillstrom Museum of Art Museum of Art
34 p.m. Fall 2020 Career Expo! Tuesday Meeting:
4 p.m. Men's Soccer vs. Augsburg (Cancelled) Peter, Minn.
6 p.m. Women's Soccer at Luther (Cancelled), Iowa
Sep 30 Cancer-themed exhibitions at the Hillstrom Museum of Art Museum of Art

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


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