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Ronard Pabi ‘25 Receives Award for His Project Noise Reduction in Ultrasonic Measurements Using Deep Learning

Freshman Physics major Ronard Pabi received the 2022 Chance to Change Lives (CCL) Award for Outstanding STEM Research this Fall. Chance to Change Lives is a non-profit organization with a vision of empowering future STEM leaders through innovative experiential learning. The Chance to Change Lives foundation is a non-profit organization based in Pittsburgh, PA, and […]

Research Students Present at the Undergraduate Research Symposium for Physical Sciences, Math, and Computer Science

  This November, a group of Gustavus students presented their research at the Midstates Consortium for Math and Sciences. The 2022 Undergraduate Research Symposium focused on Physical Sciences, Math, and Computer Science and was hosted by Washington University in St. Louis. Founded in 1988, the Midstates Consortium for Mathematics and Science was created by the […]

Students Present at the Fall Research Symposium

Torii Nienow presenting This year’s Fall Research Symposium was held on September 16, 2022, and students from across campus were given the opportunity to share their work. Research, scholarship, and creativity is a valued part of the Gustavus experience, and the symposium is one way in which it can be represented and shared with other […]

Fall Research Symposium Spotlight: Big Hill Farm Summer Internship with Audrey Ochtrup-DeKeyrel, Josie Kleckner, and Emily Gerencer

Left to right: Emily Gerencer ('23), Josie Kleckner ('23), and Audrey Ochtrup-DeKeyrel ('22) At this year’s Fall Research Symposium, Audrey Ochtrup-DeKeyrel (’22), Josie Kleckner (’23), and Emily Gerencer (’23) presented on their internship at Big Hill Farm (BHF) last summer. As interns, they conducted hands-on research through planting, harvesting, investigating, managing distribution, and developing best […]

Summer Preview, Part 2: Gusties Earn Creative Research Experiences

This summer, over 50 Gusties will be undertaking summer research projects. Their collaborations with faculty span the sciences, arts, and humanities. Here’s a snapshot of 4 students who will be conducting research on-campus.   Tyler DelMain ‘22, Music Education   Through his music research, Tyler DelMain ‘22 will identify what is leading the disparity in […]

Students use Avatars to Navigate Digital Research Presentation

Mackinzee Miest ‘22, Sophie Pletcher ‘21, and Isabel Banks ‘21 presented their psychological science research at Gather Space Digital Symposium as a part of the Minnesota Undergraduate Psychology Conference hosted by the University of St. Thomas.    During the virtual conference, these researchers presented their project to attendees who could stop in at any time. […]

Theatre and Dance Performances go Digital

The Theatre and Dance department used investigative research practices to transition this semester’s performances to a digitally streamed format. These performances were streamed in the first week of December and will be shown again before Christmas.    Shared Space: In Flux    Directing a virtual dance concert presented challenges and opportunities for students Hannah Saunders ‘22 […]

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 […]