Archive for Shanon Nowell

Marta Podemska-Mikluch (Economics and Management)

Marta Podemska-Mikluch’s “Entrepreneurship” chapter, written for the Encyclopedia of Law and Economics is now available on the Springer website. The essay explores the causes for the relative absence of entrepreneurship in the economics literature and reviews the key differences and commonalities of the three emerging approaches. In the spring semester Podemska-Mikluch worked with Emily Knutson […]

Priscilla Briggs (Art art Art History)

Priscilla Briggs’s (Art art Art History) photo book Impossible Is Nothing: China’s Theater of Consumerism was published by Daylight Books in Spring 2017. Since then, the book has been reviewed or featured in print by Newsweek Japan, L’oeil de la Photographie, Amateur Photographer (London), and in online periodicals such as Lenscratch, Photo District News, and […]

Michele Koomen (Education)

Michele Koomen, Lizzy Schutz ’16, and Ali Hoffman ’17 presented a paper at the Association of Science Teacher Education: “Practices of Science and Developing Scientific Explanations with Independent Student Directed Science Fair Projects.” Koomen also published an article: “Inclusive Science Education: Learning from Wizard” in Cultural Studies of Science Education. In addition, she and colleagues […]

Jeff Jeremiason (Chemistry)

Jeff Jeremiason’s research article in the journal Environmental Science: Processes and Impacts was selected to be included in a showcase collection on Natural Organic Matter (NOM). Co-authors include Josh Portner ’16 and Doug Latch ’98.

Catering to the Needs of ALL Learners: Educating the World’s Future Leaders

Merging of Powerful Teaching Approaches means Greater Learning Options for ALL Learners In this day and age, more than ever, there is greater need for catering to the needs of ALL learners irrespective of what their learning needs may be. Everyone is a learner, e.g. in a rapidly changing world, we all are compelled to […]

Michele Koomen (Education)

Michele Koomen published an article with Gustavus graduates Lauren Pauley’15 and Kendra (Weege) Carlson ’15 in Science and Children: Native Plants and Seeds, Oh My!

History, Biology, and Whales

What can you do with a History degree from Gustavus? The answers are varied and interesting! For example, Nadine Lysiak ’03, majored in Biology and History (with Honors) and went on to earn an MA and PhD in Marine Biology from Boston University (’07, ’09). Her studies led to an ongoing research and teaching career […]

Taking the Quest for Social Justice and Equity to another Level

A Fervent Need and Desire for Affirmation of Diversity There is a fervent need and desire for affirming diversity and insisting on equity and social justice in our communities, schools and other public places. In a paper I published, I addressed the various ways in which society, our schools, leaders and teachers attempt to bring […]

Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management)

Kathy Lund Dean has published two articles examining the increasing impact of the scholarship of teaching and learning on scholarly production as a whole. One was published in the Journal of Education for Business, the other in the Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education. In addition, three of Lund Dean’s articles published in the Journal […]

Mark Braun (Communication Studies)

Mark Braun completed the Executive Leadership Academy, a year-long program hosted by The American Academic Leadership Institute, and sponsored by the Council of Independent Colleges (CIC) and the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU).