Archive for 2014

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Hillary Sabourin ’15

Tell us a little bit about yourself: I am from Gatineau, Quebec, Canada. I am an only child. I love languages! So I guess learning languages is a hobby of mine. I am a gymnast here at Gustavus. I am a french tutor here at Gustavus. I am also part of the Pan-Afrikan Student Organisation, and […]

Xiong Yang ’15

Tell us a little bit about yourself: I am currently a senior with an Art Education major.  I was born in Thailand and moved to the US in 2005. Now I live in Saint Paul, MN. Marking arts and working with young adolescents are my top two favorite things to do. Besides that, I also enjoy […]

Journey South as a Monarch!

Science (EDU 246) students demonstrated the challenges of migration from the over-wintering grounds to Mexico in an interactive lesson taught by their peers this fall. In this lesson they had to drink nectar using a straw, get out of the way of predators, take shelter in a tree, and of course fly (dance!) like a butterfly! They […]

Field trips in EDU 246!

Students in EDU 246 studied food and nutrition this fall. As part of their unit, they visited both the CAF and the Saint Peter Coop!  

Leah Johnson ’15

Tell us a little bit about yourself: I grew up in Chanhassen, MN and have a younger sister, Laura, who is also here at Gustavus! My favorite thing to do with my family is to hike and camp in our National Parks where I found my love for the outdoors. I also play on the hockey […]

Dr. Moos appointed as the College Assessment Director

Dr. Moos was recently appointed as the College Assessment Director. He will be responsible for supporting academic departments and programs of the College in ongoing assessment processes. The Director will also assist offices and units on campus to develop and implement evaluations of their units’ contributions to student learning. Dr. Moos, who is also the […]

Jane Schuck Retires

Education instructor, Jane Schuck, retired at the end of the 2013-14 academic year. She will be missed by her students and colleagues. They sent her off with a musical farewell. You can watch it now.      

2014 Education Graduates

Education graduates from the class of 2014 gather in Old Main for a group photo before graduation. Of the 37 graduates, 20 currently have teaching positions lined up for the fall. We know the rest will be finding positions soon. Good luck and keep in touch!!

Jane Schuck retires from the Education Department

Jane Schuck, who has taught for 11 years in the Education Department at Gustavus, retires at the end of this academic year.  Jane taught Inclusive Classrooms and Reading in  the Content Area as well as supervised many student teachers. We will miss her humor and her strong teaching skills!

Ruth Mason Teaching Award given to Deb Pitton

Deb Pitton was awarded the first annual Ruth Mason Teaching Award for ‘Excellence in January Off-Campus Teaching.’ Students from the January 2014 service learning course in Peru nominated Pitton for this award.