Archive for Shanon Nowell

Faculty Spotlight: Marta Podemska-Mikluch

Marta Podemska-Mikluch (Economics and Management) had a paper, “Minimum Wage and Employment Growth,” accepted for publication in International Advances in Economic Research. This paper was co-authored with Shaun Gilyard ’19, who is now pursuing a PhD in economics at West Virginia University. Their research was made possible by a Presidential Student-Faculty Collaboration Grant awarded for […]

Faculty Spotlight: Kathleen Keller

Kathleen Keller (History) presented a paper titled “From Prince to Marabout and Traitor: Mamadou Kane” as part of a panel on global biography in the French Empire at the annual meeting of the American Historical Association in New York City.

Faculty Spotlight: Maddalena Marinari

Maddalena Marinari (History) published her first monograph, Unwanted: Italian and Jewish Mobilization against Restrictive Immigration Laws, 1882–1965. The book examines how, from 1882 to 1965, Italian and Jewish reformers profoundly influenced the country’s immigration policy as they mobilized against immigration laws that marked them as undesirable.

Kjerstin Moody (Scandinavian Studies) and Jeff La Frenierre (Geography)

Kjerstin Moody presented the talk “Global Solutions: Signs of Transition to a Positive Future” on Thursday, November 21, 2019, at the American Swedish Institute in Minneapolis as part of the University of Minnesota’s OLLI (Osher Lifelong Learning Institute) seven-week course on “Climate Change – What Every Senior Needs to Know.” Jeff La Frenierre opened the […]

Yurie Hong (Greek, Latin, and Classical Studies)

Yurie Hong participated in the Presidential Panel, “Central and Marginal in Classical Studies,” at the annual meeting of the Society for Classical Studies in Washington DC on January 5, 2020. She presented on diversity in Classics and the possibilities facing individuals and institutions going forward.

Darsa Donelan (Physics)

Darsa Donelan, with support from departmental colleagues and physics students, won a $1,000 Women in Physics Group grant from the American Physical Society that will be used to support programming at Gustavus.

Yuta Kawarasaki (Biology)

Yuta Kawarasaki published an article titled “Is rapid cold-hardening an aerobic process? Characterization of changes in metabolic activity during its induction and effects of anoxia in flesh fly” in Journal of Insect Physiology with coauthors Alyssa Welle ’19 and Michael Elnitsky.

Barbara Zust (Nursing)

Barbara Zust along with an interprofessional team from Courage Kenny at Abbott published an article: “The feasibility of a purpose renewal intervention after treatment for early stage breast cancer: A brief report.” She also published an article “10-Year Study of Christian Church Support For Domestic Violence Victims 2005-2015.” This article was published with Katie Moses […]

Martin Lang (Communication Studies)

Martin Lang co- presented “Fostering Community Learning through Collaborative Local Filmmaking” at the 2019 Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association National Conference.

Marcia Bunge (Religion)

Marcia J. Bunge received a Curriculum Development Grant from the Interfaith Youth Core (Summer 2019). She was also was appointed Extraordinary Research Professor for a three-year term (2019-2022) at North-West University in South Africa.