Archive for May, 2009
Steve Wilkinson, head men’s tennis coach for the past 39 years, has announced that he will retire at the end of the current school year. He will retire with the most victories in the history of collegiate men’s tennis in Divisions I, II, III, and NAIA. Tommy Valentini ’02, who has been assistant coach the […]
Friends of acclaimed writer Bill Holm ’65, who died unexpectedly in February, will gather for a tribute Thursday, May 7, 7-9 p.m. in Alumni Hall. Around a dozen presenters, including Phil Bryant (English), Joyce Sutphen (English), Doug Huff (philosophy), Larry Owen (English, emeritus), and Athena Owen Kildegaard ’82, will give brief tributes or readings; John […]
Join us for a cup of coffee, breakfast, and great conversation. This month our featured presenter is Katherine Tunheim, professor of economics and management. Tunheim will bring news about the department and speak about business ethics and how it is incorporated in the department today. All Gusties are welcome and invited to the breakfast, Wednesday, […]
During this time of economic uncertainty, many of our alumni, new grads, and their family members are in need of health insurance. Short-term and permanent health insurance options are available through the alumni insurance program. The program is typically promoted to new grads just before and after graduation, but in response to the rising unemployment […]
Gustavus will honor John Bungum, professor of economics and management; Dennis Henry, professor of physics; Steve Hogberg, gift planner; Byron Nordstrom, professor of history and Scandinavian studies; Tom Thorkelson; men’s and women’s track coach, strength coach, and Lund Center special events coordinator, Edi Thorstensson; visiting instructor and academic librarian, and Steve Wilkinson; men’s tennis coach, […]
Our very own Gustavus students produce a news show each week filled with great stories. You can view past episodes of GAC TV online or check out this segment about the winning forensics team! Video after the jump.