Archive for Grace Brisley

Uniting People and the Planet Through Art

Visiting the Rhône Glacier in Switzerland was just the beginning of a unique research project for psychology and art major Emily Dzieweczynski ’19 and Associate Professor of Art, Betsy Byers. Sharing the same interest in climate change, Dzieweczynski and Byers collaborated on a creative endeavor to inspire compassion and empathy for the planet. Together, they […]

Broadening Education Around the World

For Gustavus junior Kaitlyn Gruber ’21, her time in Germany was more than just a chemistry research internship. She fostered a deep appreciation for German culture beyond sightseeing and tourism while working alongside some of the most distinguished scientists in Germany. Receiving exposure to different lab structures and protocols, developing intercultural communication skills, and gaining […]

Three Students Named Semi-finalists for Fulbright Scholarship

Seniors Rachel Andreini, Amelia Espinosa, and Ella Napton all share a goal of becoming English teaching assistants in different countries. Being named semifinalists in the Fulbright scholarship program, their dreams are almost a reality. The U.S. Fulbright scholar program provides grants for individually designed research projects or for English Teaching Assistant Programs held throughout many […]

Quincy Yangh Named as a Finalist for the Truman Scholarship

Out of more than 600 applicants, junior Geography major Quincy Yangh,  has been named one of the select few students to be a finalist for the Truman Scholarship. This highly competitive, merit-based award program is awarded to the top 55 – 65 U.S. citizen applicants who wish to attend graduate school in preparation for a […]