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Heidi Meyer (Nursing) Received a Bremer Trust Fund Grant Heidi M. Meyer ’98 (Nursing) Nursing 2017/12 
Professors Ana Adams, Angelique Dwyer and Darío Sánchez-González Published an Interview With Argentine-Mexican Film Director, Sergio Schmucler, During His Visit to the Second Hispanic Film Festival at Gustavus. the Publication Is Entitled: “Del Exilio No Se Vuelve: Entrevista Al Cineasta, Guionista Y Escritor Mexicano-Argentino Sergio Schmucler” Published in the Peer Reviewed Journal "Confluencia" of the University of Northern Colorado. Volume 34 Nº 1 (Fall 2018) Angelique Dwyer (Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures), Ana Adams (Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures), Darío Sánchez-González (Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures) Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures 2017/12 
Laura Burrack (Biology) Presented Her Work “Functional Consequences of Changes in Centromere Position” at the American Society for Cell Biology Conference Laura Burrack (Biology), Erica Power ’18, Alexandra Plemmons (Grinnell College), Amrita Saha (Grinnell College) Biology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 2017/12 
Anna Hulseberg, Jeff Jenson, and Michelle Twait (Library/Archives) Presented the Session “More Than Just a Job: Student and Supervisor Perspectives on Mentoring” at the 2017 Brick and Click: An Academic Library Conference in Maryville, MO, on November 3 Anna Hulseberg (Library/Archives), Jeff A. Jenson (Library/Archives), Michelle Twait ’98 (Library/Archives) Library/Archives 2017/11 
Dr. Lisa M. Dembouski (Education) Presented Her Chapter From a Forthcoming Book at the Council for Exceptional Children-Teacher Education Division's 40th Annual Conference in Savannah, GA in November, 2017 Lisa Dembouski (Elementary and Secondary Education) Elementary and Secondary Education 2017/11 
Blake Couey (Religion) Was Interviewed About His Book, Reading the Poetry of First Isaiah, for the Podcast OnScript: Conversations on Current Biblical Scholarship. to Listen to the Interview, Go to http://onscript.study/podcast/blake-Couey-Reading-Isaiahs-Poetry/ J. Blake Couey (Religion) Religion 2017/11 
Paschal Kyiiripuo Kyoore (Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures; African Studies; LALACS) Published a Book of Collection of Folktales and Legends Titled: “Contes Et Légendes Dagara” (Paris, L’Harmattan, 2017) Paschal Kyoore (Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures) Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures 2017/11 
Thia Cooper (Religion) Published a Book, a Christian Guide to Liberating Desire, Sex, Partnership, Work and Reproduction (Palgrave, 2017) Thia Cooper (Religion) Religion 2017/11 
Blake Couey (Religion) Co-Presented an Invited Paper, "What Kind of Poets Were the Prophets? Prophetic Poetry and Lyric," at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature J. Blake Couey (Religion), Elaine T. James (St. Catherine University) Religion 2017/11 
Chris Gilbert (Political Science) and Two Gustavus Undergraduates Co-Author Book Chapter Analyzing 2016 Minnesota Presidential Election Results Chris Gilbert (Political Science), Joseph Cella ’18, Alexander Jensen ’18 Political Science 2017/11 
Amanda Nienow Presented Research on the Photochemistry of Imazethapyr at Bowdoin College Amanda Nienow (Chemistry) Chemistry 2017/11 
"The Instructor Is Partially Def: Hard of Hearing Professing in Higher Education" Lisa Dembouski (Elementary and Secondary Education) Elementary and Secondary Education 2017/11 
Eric Dugdale (Classics) and Loramy Gerstbauer (Political Science) Published an Article, “Forms of Justice in Aeschylus’ Eumenides” in Polis, the Journal for Ancient Political Science Eric Dugdale (Classics), Loramy (Mimi) Gerstbauer (Political Science) Classics, Political Science 2017/11 
Kristen Matthews ’18, Elisabeth McCabe ’18, Laura Katchmark ’18 and Michele Koomen Will Present a Session at the Minnesota Conference on Science Education on November 10 Kristen Matthews ’18, Elisabeth McCabe ’18, Laura Katchmark ’18 Elementary and Secondary Education 2017/11 
Michelle Twait (Library) Authored a Chapter, “Evidence and Authority in Health and Exercise Science Research,” in Disciplinary Applications of Information Literacy Threshold Concepts (American Library Association, 2017), Edited by Samantha Godbey, Susan Beth Wainscott, and Xan Goodman Michelle Twait ’98 (Library/Archives) Library/Archives 2017/11 
Debra Pitton Presents at the National Middle School Conference Focusing on Responding to Extreme Behaviors in Middle Level Classrooms Debra Eckerman Pitton (Elementary and Secondary Education) Elementary and Secondary Education 2017/11 
Dr. Lisa Dembouski (Education) Presented Her Chapter at the National Communication Association Conference in November, 2017 Lisa Dembouski (Elementary and Secondary Education) Elementary and Secondary Education 2017/11 
Heidi Meyer (Nursing) Presented a Podium Session at the American Association of Colleges of Nursing(AACN’s) 2017 Baccalaureate Education Conference Heidi M. Meyer ’98 (Nursing) Nursing 2017/11 
Blake Couey (Religion) Presented an Invited Paper, "Poetry and Redaction in the Book of Isaiah," at the 2017 Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature J. Blake Couey (Religion) Religion 2017/11 
Kathy Lund Dean (E/M) Published an Article, “The Long Goodbye: Can Academic Citizenship Sustain Academic Scholarship?” With Co-Author Jeanie Forray (Western New England University) in the Journal of Management Inquiry Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management), Jeanie Forray (Western New England University) Economics and Management 2017/10 
Lisa Heldke Delivered the Carus Lecture at Concordia College, Moorhead Lisa Heldke ’82 (Philosophy) Philosophy 2017/10 
Julie Bartley (Geology) Chaired a Session and Presented Research With Colleagues at the Geological Society of America Meeting in Seattle, WA. She Presented a Paper Titles “Continental Microbialites Through Time: The Problem of Limited Analogues and a Possible Solution” Julie K. Bartley (Geology), Thomas A. Hickson (University of St. Thomas) Geology 2017/10 
Jill Locke (Political Science and GWSS) Delivered an Invited Paper, “’His Majesty the Baby’: Donald Trump as the (Shameless) Child in Chief” and Co-Facilitated a Panel Discussion With Sally Munt (University of Sussex) on the Topic “Does Democracy Need Unashamed Citizens?” Both Events Were Part of the University of Amsterdam Shame and Citizenship in Democracy Workshop Jill Locke (Political Science) Political Science 2017/10 
Kathi Tunheim Led a Workshop, "The Future of Leadership Education" at the 30th Anniversary Celebration of the Master of Arts in Leadership Program at Augsburg University in Minneapolis, MN Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2017/10 
Lucie Holmgreen (Psychological Science) Published an Article, “Men’s Sexual Coerciveness, Perceptions of Women’s Attachment, and Dating Preferences” in Violence and Victims Lucie Holmgreen (Psychological Science), Debra L. Oswald (Marquette University) Psychological Science 2017/10 
Thia Cooper (Religion Published a Chapter With Kristian Braekkan (Economics) Entitled “Just Sex Work: A Liberation Theological, Marxist Economic, and Global Feminist Analysis of the Sex in the Sex Trade” in Contemporary Theological Approaches to Sexuality (Ed. Lisa Isherwood and Dirk Von Der Horst. New York: Routledge, 2017) Thia Cooper (Religion), Kristian Braekkan (Economics and Management) Religion, Economics and Management 2017/10 
Michele Koomen Presented a Session at Minnesota Educator Academy Titled "Disciplinary Literacy and Reading in the Content Area of Science: Yes! You Can Do Both as an Elementary Teacher!" Michele Koomen (Elementary and Secondary Education) Elementary and Secondary Education 2017/10 
Peg O’Connor (PHI and GWS) Presented a Paper at the Humanities in Medicine Symposium at the Mayo Clinic in Rochester, Minnesota Peg O'Connor (Philosophy) Philosophy 2017/10 
Hannah Silva-Breen ’18 Presented a Collaborative Work at the 2017 Association for Applied Sport Psychology Conference Hayley Russell (Health and Exercise Science), Hannah Silva-Breen ’18 Health and Exercise Science 2017/10 
Pamela Conners (Communication Studies) Published an Article, "Constructing Economic and Civic Values Through Public Policy Debate: The Case of the National Housing Act of 1934" in the Fall 2017 Issue of Rhetoric and Public Affairs Pamela Conners (Communication Studies) Communication Studies 2017/10 
Angelique Dwyer Published Her Article “De Broma en Broma La Verdad Se Asoma: Lotería Y Dicotomía Cultural en ‘Sístole, Diastole’ De Carlos Cuarón” in a Book Entitled “Literatura a Través De Las Culturas” (Edited by Williams, Raymond L. and Ponce De León, Gina. Through Diente De León Publishers in Bogotá, Colombia. 2017) Angelique Dwyer (Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures) Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures 2017/10 
Mike Hvidsten (MCS) Has Had Second Edition of His Textbook "Exploring Geometry" Published by CRC Press. Mike Hvidsten (Mathematics and Computer Science) Mathematics and Computer Science 2017/10 
Blake Couey (Religion) Published a Chapter in the Bible and Disability: A Commentary (Baylor University Press, 2017) J. Blake Couey (Religion) Religion 2017/10 
Priscilla Briggs Had a Solo Exhibition “Impossible Is Nothing” at Bobick Gallery for the University of West Georgia’s 32nd ANNUAL INTERDISCIPLINARY CONFERENCE in the HUMANITIES Priscilla Briggs (Art and Art History) Art and Art History 2017/10 
Janine Wotton and Michael Ferragamo Published an Article Titled “Using the Tools of Behavioral Neuroscience to Determine the Identity of Different Mouse Strains in a Laboratory Course” in the Journal for Undergraduate Neuroscience Education, Fall Issue 2017 Janine Wotton (Neuroscience), Michael Ferragamo (Neuroscience) Neuroscience 2017/10 
Dan Moos Published a Book Chapter, "Emerging Classroom Technology: Using Self-Regulation Principles as a Guide for Effective Implementation," in "Self-Regulation of Learning and Performance" (2017) Dan Moos (Elementary and Secondary Education) Elementary and Secondary Education 2017/09 
Eric Dugdale (Classics) and William Riihiluoma 17 Co-Authored a Review of the Production of Mary Zimmerman’s Argonautika Directed by Henry MacCarthy Eric Dugdale (Classics), William Riihiluoma ’17 Classics, Physics 2017/09 
Lisa Heldke Delivered the Keynote Address for the Southern Foodways Alliance Graduate Student Conference Lisa Heldke ’82 (Philosophy) Philosophy 2017/09 
Dwight Stoll (Chemistry) Published an an Article, "How to Take Maximum Advantage of Column-Type Selectivity" in LCGC Magazine John W. Dolan (BASi Northwest Laboratory), Dwight R. Stoll (Chemistry), Lloyd R. Snyder (LC Resources) Chemistry 2017/09 
Angelique Dwyer Published a Creative Non-Fiction Short Story Entitled "My Brother the Mexican" in the Peer Reviewed Journal PORTAL Journal of Multidisciplinary International Studies (Edited by Paul Allatson Through UTS ePress. Volume 14. Nº 1 2017: In a Special Edition on ‘Cultural Works, Transitions and Dislocations.’) Angelique Dwyer (Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures) Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures 2017/09 
Sarah Ruble (Religion) Published an Article, "Evangelism, Mission, and Crusade in American Religion," in the Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Religion Sarah Ruble (Religion) Religion 2017/09 
Marcia J. Bunge (Religion) Has Published a Book on “Nordic Childhoods 1700-1960: From Folk Beliefs to Pippi Longstocking” and Completed Her Work as a Core Collaborator for a 1.3 Million Dollar Project on the History of Childhood at the University of Oslo Marcia Bunge (Religion), Reidar Aasgaard (University of Oslo), Merethe Roos (Høgskolen i Sørøst-Norge) Religion 2017/08 
Pamela Kittelson (Biology and Environmental Studies) Served as an Invited Panelist Focused On, “Applying for and Getting a Job at a Predominantly Undergraduate Institution ((P.U.I.))” at the Ecological Society of America National Conference in Portland, OR Pamela Kittelson (Biology) Biology 2017/08 
Kathy Lund Dean (E/M) Presented Multiple Sessions at the Academy of Management Meeting, 2017, Including Two 'Perennials' (Teaching Cognition in the Rough and an Editors' Paper Development Session) as Well as a New Research Project Entitled, "The Death of Citizenship: Tolling the Bell for Academic Scholarship" With Co-Author Jeanie M. Forray. Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2017/08 
Barbara Fister (Library) Wrote the Foreword to the New Book, the Self as Subject: Autoethnographic Research Into Identity, Culture, and Academic Librarianship Barbara Fister (Library/Archives) Library/Archives 2017/08 
Peg O’Connor (PHI and GWS) Was a Guest on the Show _On Drugs_ With the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation Peg O'Connor (Philosophy) Philosophy 2017/08 
Marcia Bunge (Religion) Published an Article Entitled “‘A Plain and Cheerful, Active Life on Earth’: Children, Education, and Faith in the Works of N.F.S. Grundtvig (1783–1872, Denmark).” Marcia Bunge (Religion) Religion 2017/08 
Lisa Heldke Published “Food Justice and Animal Lives,” in the Anthology Food Justice Lisa Heldke ’82 (Philosophy) Philosophy 2017/08 
Lisa Dembouski (Education) Delivered the Keynote Address at the 2017 Minnesota Adult Basic Education Annual Conference: "Empowered People Are EmpowerING." Lisa Dembouski (Elementary and Secondary Education) Elementary and Secondary Education 2017/08 
Patricia Reeder (Psychological Science) Published an Article, "The Effect of Zipfian Frequency Variations on Category Formation in Adult Artificial Language Learning," in the Journal Language Learning and Development Kathryn Schuler (University of Pennsylvania), Patricia Reeder (Psychological Science), Elissa Newport (Georgetown University), Richard Aslin (Haskins Laboratory at Yale University) Psychological Science 2017/08 
Eric Dugdale (Classics) Participated in the Faculty Seminar at Transylvania University on Twenty-First Century Liberal Education Eric Dugdale (Classics) Classics 2017/08 
Kathy Lund Dean (E/M) Presented a Paper, Along With 4 Co-Authors, Entitled, "Key Institutions and Discipline Area Competencies in Business and Management Education Research" at the Academy of Management Meeting, 2016. Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2017/08 
Dwight Stoll (Chemistry) Published a Book Chapter, "Introduction to Two-Dimensional Liquid Chromatography – Theory and Practice," in the Handbook of Advanced Chromatography /Mass Spectrometry Techniques, Published by Elsevier Dwight Stoll (Chemistry) Chemistry 2017/08 
Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) Published a Scholarly Review of Tania Ørum and Jesper Olsson's Co-Edited, Critical, 857-Page Anthology "A Cultural History of the Avant-Garde in the Nordic Countries 1950–1975" in Vol. 33 of Recherche Littéraire/Literary Research, the Official Journal of the International Comparative Literature Association, in Summer 2017 Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) Scandinavian Studies 2017/08 
Thia Cooper Published an Opinion Piece Entitled “What Does Liberty Look Like Now?” in the University of Edinburgh’s Edit Magazine, Summer 2017 Thia Cooper (Religion) Religion 2017/07 
Chuck Niederriter Presented a Report on the InTeGrate Program at Gustavus at the July 2017 Summer Meeting of the American Association of Physics Teachers in Cincinnati Chuck Niederriter (Physics), Tom Huber (Physics), Jeff Jeremiason (Chemistry), Julie K. Bartley (Geology), Jim Dontje (Johnson Center for Environmental Innovation) Physics, Chemistry, Geology, Johnson Center for Environmental Innovation 2017/07 
Eric Dugdale (Classics) Published an Article Titled “Of This and That: The Recognition Formula in Sophocles’ Electra,” in TAPA 147.1, 27-52 Eric Dugdale (Classics) Classics 2017/07 
Leila Brammer (Communication Studies) Published a Chapter, Assessment Though a Deliberative Pedagogy Learning Outcomes Rubric, in Deliberative Pedagogy (Michigan State University Press) Sara Mehltretter Drury (Wabash College, Communication Studies), Leila Brammer (Communication Studies), Joni Doherty (Kettering Foundation) Communication Studies 2017/07 
Patricia Reeder (Psychological Science) Had an Article Accepted for Publication in the Journal "Language Learning and Development." Kathryn Schuler (Georgetown University, Center for Brain Plasticity and Recovery), Patricia Reeder (Psychological Science), Elissa Newport (Georgetown University, Center for Brain Plasticity and Recovery), Richard Aslin (University of Rochester, Brain and Cognitive Sciences) Psychological Science 2017/07 
Julie Bartley (Geology) Is a Co-Author on a Presentation at the 2017 Earth Educators’ Rendezvous, Titled “Reformed Teaching in Geoscience Classrooms: How Engaged Are Our Students and What Can We Do to Engage Them More?” Rachel Teasdale (California State University-Chico, Geology), Karen Viskupic (Boise State University, Geology), Julie K. Bartley (Geology), Katherine Ryker (Eastern Michigan University, Geology), Dori Farthing (SUNY College at Geneseo, Geology), David McConnell (North Carolina State University, Geology), Cathy Manduca (Carleton College, Science Education), Monica Bruckner (Carleton College, Science Education), Ellen Iverson (Carleton College, Science Education), Rory McFadden (Carleton College, Science Education) Geology 2017/07 
“Margaret Bloch-Qazi (Biology) and Gustavus Student Collaborators Paige B. Miller ’15, Penny M. Poeschel ’15, Mai H. Phan ’14, Joseph L. Thayer ’15, Christian L. Medrano ’14 Published an Article “Transgenerational Effects of Maternal and Grandmaternal Age on Offspring Viability and Performance in Drosophila Melanogaster” in the Journal of Insect Physiology.” Margaret C. Bloch-Qazi (Biology), Paige B. Miller ’15, Penny M. Poeschel ’15, Mai H. Phan ’14, Joseph L. Thayer ’15, Christian L. Medrano ’14 Biology 2017/07 
Kathy Lund Dean (E/M) Co-Facilitated a Scholarship Development Session Entitled, "Get That Paper Published! Business Education Paper Development Incubator" at the International Organizational Behavior Teaching Conference. Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2017/07 
Kathy Lund Dean (E/M) Had Her Co-Editor-in-Chief Role for the Journal of Management Education Extended to 2021. JME Is the Premier Outlet for Experiential Learning Scholarship in the Management/business Domain Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2017/07 
Leila Brammer (Communication Studies) Published a Book Chapter, “Deliberative Pedagogy as a Central Tenet: First-Year Students Develop a Course in Deliberative Pedagogy (Michigan State University Press) Leila Brammer (Communication Studies) Communication Studies 2017/07 
Patricia Reeder (Psychological Science) Published an Article, "Distributional Learning of Subcategories in an Artificial Grammar: Category Generalization and Subcategory Restrictions" in the Journal of Memory and Language Patricia Reeder (Psychological Science), Richard Aslin (Yale University, Haskins Laboratory), Elissa Newport (Georgetown University Medical Center) Psychological Science 2017/07 
Kirstin Buck ’17 Presented Her Research, “New Male Contraception: College Students’ Perceived Behaviors and Attitudes Related to Non-Hormonal Injectable Gel,” at the 2017 Sigma Theta Tau International Nursing Research Congress in Dublin, Ireland Kirstin Buck ’17, Jessica Stadick (Nursing), Marian Frazier (Mathematics and Computer Science) Nursing, Mathematics and Computer Science 2017/07 
Lisa Dembouski and Michele Koomen (Education) Presented a Paper at the 2017 Disability Studies in Education Conference, Based on Their Chapters From a Forthcoming Book. Lisa Dembouski (Elementary and Secondary Education), Michele Koomen (Elementary and Secondary Education) Elementary and Secondary Education 2017/06 
"Kathy Lund Dean (E/M) Has Published the Article "Key Institutions in Business and Management Education Research" in the Journal of Education for Business as Part of a Larger Project Examining Productivity in the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning for Business disciplines." Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2017/06 
Lisa Heldke Presented “Parasitic Natures: Reading the Nature/Culture Division” at the Joint Meeting of the Association for the Study of Food and Society and the Agriculture, Food and Human Values Society Lisa Heldke ’82 (Philosophy) Philosophy 2017/06 
Eli Larson '18 Presented Work on Computational Chromatographic Simulations at 2017 High Performance Liquid Chromatography International Symposium in Prague, Czech Republic. Dwight Stoll (Chemistry), Eli Larson '18 Chemistry 2017/06 
Selected - Thrivent Fellows Program Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2017/06 
Angelique Dwyer Presented at the XX Congreso Internacional De Literaturas Hispanas in Santiago De Compostela, Spain in June, 2017. Her Presentation Was Entitled “Cruzando Fronteras Geográficas, Lingüísticas, Textuales Y Pedagógicas en Un Curso De Inmigración” Angelique Dwyer (Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures) Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures 2017/06 
Eli Larson ’18 Presented Work on Computational Chromatographic Simulations at 2017 High Performance Liquid Chromatography International Symposium in Prague, Czech Republic Dwight Stoll (Chemistry), Eli Larson ’18 Chemistry 2017/06 
Kathy Lund Dean (E/M) Co-Facilitated a Session Entitled, "Deception in the Experiential Learning Classroom" at the Research in Management Learning and Education Conference, 2017. Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2017/06 
Lisa Heldke’s Book, PHILOSOPHERS at TABLE, Was the Subject of an Author-Meets-Critics Session at the Association for the Study of Food and Society Conference Lisa Heldke ’82 (Philosophy) Philosophy 2017/06 
Tom Huber (Physics), Ian McKeag ’17, and William Riihiluoma ’17 Presented a Paper on Ultrasound Distributions at the June 2017 Acoustical Society of America Meeting in Boston, MA Tom Huber (Physics), Ian McKeag ’17, Will Riihiluoma ’17, Christopher Niezrecki (UMass-Lowell, Mechanical Engineering), Songmao Chen (UMass-Lowell, Mechanical Engineering), Peter Avitabile (UMass-Lowell, Mechanical Engineering) Physics 2017/06 
Barbara Fister, Library, Published an Article in the Journal of Information Literacy Titled "The Warp and Weft of Information Literacy: Changing Contexts, Enduring Challenges." Barbara Fister (Library/Archives) Library/Archives 2017/06 
Marta Podemska-Mikluch (E/M) Published an Article "Entrepreneurship" in the Encyclopedia of Law and Economics. Marta Podemska-Mikluch (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2017/06 
Ellen Kneeskern ’18 Presented Psychological Science Research at the Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society for Brain, Behavior, and Cognitive Sciences Ellen Kneeskern ’18 Psychological Science 2017/06 
Tom Huber (Physics), With Colleagues From Rhodes College, Presented a Paper on Optical Imaging of Ultrasonic Waves Passing Through a Human Heel Bone at the June 2017 Acoustical Society of America Meeting Tom Huber (Physics), Matthew Huber (Rhodes College, Physics), Brent Hoffmeister (Rhodes College, Physics) Physics 2017/06 
Kathy Lund Dean (E/M) Co-Facilitated a Workshop Entitled, "Ethics in Experiential Learning" at the OBTC Teaching Conference for Management Educators, 2017. Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2017/06 
Lisa Heldke Co-Facilitated the Annual John Dewey Kitchen Institute in June 2017 Lisa Heldke ’82 (Philosophy) Philosophy 2017/06 
Tom Huber Was Elected to the Acoustical Society of America's Technical Committee for Musical Acoustics Tom Huber (Physics) Physics 2017/06 
"Kathy Lund Dean (E/M) Has Published "Key Authors in Business and Management Education Research: Productivity, Topics, and Future Directions" in the Decision Sciences Journal of Innovative Education as Part of a Group of Business and Management Education scholarship." Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2017/05 
Eric Dugdale (Classics) Was Appointed Vice-President for Minnesota for the Classical Association of the Midwest and South Eric Dugdale (Classics) Classics 2017/05 
Casey Elledge (Religion) Published Resurrection of the Dead in Early Judaism 200 BCE–CE 200 With Oxford University Press Casey Elledge (Religion) Religion 2017/05 
Priscilla Briggs Published an Artist Monograph, “Impossible Is Nothing: China’s Theater of Consumerism” Priscilla Briggs (Art and Art History) Art and Art History 2017/05 
Martin Lang (Communication Studies) and Noah O’Ryan ’17 (Film Studies) Released Their New Short Documentary Film “(Mid)west of Somalia” for Community Screenings and Film Festival Consideration Martin Lang (Communication Studies), Noah O'Ryan ’17 Communication Studies, Film and Media Studies 2017/05 
Madeline Aberg ’17 Defended Her Biology Honors Thesis “Predicting the Effect of Management Strategies on Inbreeding Frequency in American bison.” Madeline Aberg ’17; Advisor: Jon Grinnell (Biology) Biology 2017/05 
Julie Bartley (Geology) and Colleagues Published an Article, "A Multidimensional Assessment of Reformed Teaching Practice" in Geosphere Rachel Teasdale (California State University, Chico), Karen Viskupic (Boise State University), Julie K Bartley (Geology), David McConnell , Cathy Manduca (SERC), Monica Bruckner (SERC), Dori Farthing (SUNY Geneseo), Ellen Iverson (SERC) Geology, 2017/05 
Madeline Aberg '17 Defended Her Biology Honors Thesis "Predicting the Effect of Management Strategies on Inbreeding Frequency in American bison." Madeline Aberg '17; Advisor: Jon Grinnell (Biology) Biology 2017/05 
Jill Locke (Political Science and GWSS) Published an Essay, "Against Nostalgia: The Political Theory of Ida B. Wells," in American Political Thought: An Alternative Reader (Routledge Press, 2017). Jill Locke (Political Science) Political Science 2017/05 
Michele Koomen Presented a Paper at the National Meeting of the Citizen Science Association Michele Koomen (Elementary and Secondary Education) Elementary and Secondary Education 2017/05 
Julie Bartley (Geology) and Ruby Schaufler ’17 Were Co-Authors on an Abstract and Presentation at the Geological Society of America Cordilleran Section Meeting R. Aileen Yingst (Planetary Science Institute, Planetary Sciences), Julie K. Bartley (Geology), Thomas C. Chidsey Jr. (Utah Geological Survey, Geology), Barbara A. Cohen (NASA Marshall Space Flight Center, Planetary Science), Geoffrey J. Gilleaudeau (University of Copenhagen, Geology), Brian M. Hynek (University of Colorado Boulder, Atmospheric and Space Physics), Linda C. Kah (University of Tennessee, Geology), Michelle E. Minitti (Planetary Science Institute, Planetary Science), Rebecca M.E. Williams (Planetary Science Institutte, Planetary Science), Sarah R. Black (University of Colorado Boulder, Atmospheric and Space Physics), John D. Gemperline (University of Colorado Boulder, Atmospheric and Space Physics), Ruby L. Schaufler ’17, Rebecca Jane Thomas (University of Colorado, Boulder, Atmospheric and Space Physics) Geology 2017/05 
Kathi Tunheim Published a Paper, "The Network of ELCA Colleges: History, Benefits and Opportunities" in M Bunge's Rooted in Heritage, Open to the World: Reflections on the Distinctive Character of Gustavus Adolphus College Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2017/05 
Lisa Heldke Published an Essay in NEW PHILOSOPHER Magazine Lisa Heldke ’82 (Philosophy) Philosophy 2017/05 
Kyle Chambers (Psychological Science) and Patricia Reeder (Psychological Science) Presented "Research Toys in a Child Development Course" at the 2017 Meeting of the Midwestern Psychological Association. Patricia Reeder (Psychological Science), Kyle Chambers (Psychological Science) Psychological Science 2017/04 
Peg O’Connor (PHI and GWS) Presented an Invited Lecture at the University of Colorado, Denver Peg O'Connor (Philosophy) Philosophy 2017/04 
Kate Knutson (Political Science) Published a Book Review, "U.S. Government Textbook Review" in PS: Political Science and Politics Kate Knutson (Political Science) Political Science 2017/04 
Rooted in Heritage, Open to the World: Reflections on the Distinctive Character of Gustavus Adolphus College Marcia Bunge (Religion) Religion 2017/04 
Hayley Russell (Health and Exercise Science) Published a Book Chapter “‘Playing Like a Girl’ : Women in Competition in Sport and Physical Activity” in the Oxford Handbook of Women in Competition Hayley Russell (Health and Exercise Science) Health and Exercise Science 2017/04 
Anna Hulseberg (Library), Michelle Twait (Library), and Lizzie Hjelle ’17 Participated in a Panel Presentation Entitled “Part of a Community: Creating Meaningful Experiences for Undergraduate Interns” at ARLD Day on April 28. ARLD Day Is the Annual Meeting of the Academic and Research Libraries Division of the Minnesota Library Association Anna Hulseberg (Library/Archives), Michelle Twait ’98 (Library/Archives), Elizabeth (Lizzie) Hjelle ’17 Library/Archives 2017/04 
Hayley Russell (Health and Exercise Science) Published Two Chapters in Sage Research Methods Cases. Hayley Russell (Health and Exercise Science) Health and Exercise Science 2017/04 
Michele Koomen Presented a Session at NSTA Titled "Listening to the Experts." Michele Koomen (Elementary and Secondary Education) Elementary and Secondary Education 2017/04 
Anna Krieger ’17 Was Selected for the Eli Lilly/Women Chemist Committee Travel Award and Presented Her Work “Iron and Cadmium Binding in Metalloprotein II From Hediste diversicolor” at the 2017 National American Chemical Society Conference Anna Krieger ’17 Chemistry 2017/04 
Amanda Theisen '18 Presented Research, "The Acute Effects of Nose Breathing Versus Mouth Breathing on VO2 Max" at the Northland Chapter of American College of Sports Medicine Spring Meeting at St. Catherine University. Amanda Theisen '18; Advisor: Bruce Van Duser (Health and Exercise Science) Health and Exercise Science 2017/04 
Hayley Russell (Health and Exercise Science) Published Two Chapters in Sage Research Methods Cases Hayley Russell (Health and Exercise Science) Health and Exercise Science 2017/04 
Anna Versluis (Geography and Environmental Studies) Presented a Paper, “The Counter-Plantation: Haiti’s On-Going Struggle for (Food) Sovereignty," at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers in Boston in April 2017. Anna Versluis (Geography) Geography 2017/04 
Blake Couey (Religion) Presented a Paper "Poetry, Language, and Statecraft in Isaiah 18" J. Blake Couey (Religion) Religion 2017/04 
Anders Wallock ’18 Presented His Research, “Analysis of Nose Plug Use in Freestyle Swimming Events on Collegiate Swimmer’s Performance” at the Northland Chapter of American College of Sports Medicine Spring Meeting at St. Catherine University Anders Wallock ’18, Kate Zitzmann ’17; Advisor: Bruce Van Duser (Health and Exercise Science) Health and Exercise Science 2017/04 
Peg O’Connor (PHI and GWS) Presented a Lecture, “Living in the Cave: Addiction and Shame,” at the Arlington Street Church in Boston, MA Peg O'Connor (Philosophy) Philosophy 2017/04 
Steve Mellema ’72 (Physics) Gave an Invited Talk, “Active Learning in Malaysia”, at the International Leaders in Education Workshop in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Steven Mellema ’72 (Physics) Physics 2017/04 
Anders Wallock '18 Presented His Research, "Analysis of Nose Plug Use in Freestyle Swimming Events on Collegiate Swimmer’s Performance" at the Northland Chapter of American College of Sports Medicine Spring Meeting at St. Catherine University. Anders Wallock '18, Kate Zitzmann '17; Advisor: Bruce Van Duser (Health and Exercise Science) Health and Exercise Science 2017/04 
Amanda Theisen ’18 Presented Research, “The Acute Effects of Nose Breathing Versus Mouth Breathing on VO2 Max” at the Northland Chapter of American College of Sports Medicine Spring Meeting at St. Catherine University Amanda Theisen ’18; Advisor: Bruce Van Duser (Health and Exercise Science) Health and Exercise Science 2017/04 
Liz Drake (HES) and Mary Joos (HES) Presented at the Minnesota Athletic Trainers’ Association Annual Meeting a Session Entitled “Answering Clinical Questions: Literature Searches in the Field.” Liz Drake (Health and Exercise Science), Mary Joos (Health and Exercise Science) Health and Exercise Science 2017/04 
Jessica Stadick (Nursing) Presented, “Definitions Matter: Interprofessional Education - a Concept Analysis” at the 2017 Midwestern Nursing Research Society Research Conference Jessica Stadick (Nursing) Nursing 2017/04 
Anna Versluis (Geography and Environmental Studies) Presented a Paper, “The Counter-Plantation: Haiti’s On-Going Struggle for (Food) Sovereignty," at the Annual Meeting of the Association of American Geographers in Boston in April 2017 Anna Versluis (Geography) Geography 2017/04 
Barbara Zust and Andrew Lupinek Presented “Theatre Majors Enhance Nursing Student Learning” at the Creative Learning Celebration Barbara L Mattson Zust ’76 (Nursing), Andrew Lupinek ’17 Nursing, Theatre and Dance 2017/04 
Lisa Heldke Delivered the Reynolds Lecture at Elon University in April of 2017 Lisa Heldke ’82 (Philosophy) Philosophy 2017/04 
Eric Dugdale (Classics) Co-Authored With Nicholas Beck ’19, Caitlin Juvland ’19, and Ellen Stoll ’19 a Book Chapter “Philoctetes” in Brill’s Companion to the Reception of Sophocles Eric Dugdale (Classics), Nicholas Beck ’19, Caitlin Juvland ’19, Ellen Stoll ’19 Classics, English, Music 2017/04 
Sarah Wolter (Communication Studies) Presented a “Great Idea for Teaching” Titled “Media Education in Action” at the 2017 Central States Communication Association Conference Sarah Wolter ’02 (Communication Studies) Communication Studies 2017/04 
Michele Koomen, Along With Colleagues From Other Institutions, Conducted a Themed Round Table at AERA: "Voices of Students With Disabilities in Science Education." Michele Koomen (Elementary and Secondary Education), Sami Kahn (University of Ohio, Elementary and Secondary Education), Lauren Madden (The College of New Jersey, Elementary and Secondary Education), Merrie Koester (USC Center for Science Education, Science and Special Education) Elementary and Secondary Education 2017/04 
Joaquin Villanueva (Geography) Presented His Work "Theorizing Access: Justice, Rights, and Legal Knowledge" at the 2017 American Association of Geographers Annual Conference (AAG) in Boston, MA in April. Joaquin Villanueva (Geography) Geography 2017/04 
Dan Moos Presented "Concurrent Think-Alouds: Using Trace Data to Understand Self-Regulated Learning" at the International American Educational Research Association Conference in Texas (2017) Dan Moos (Elementary and Secondary Education) Elementary and Secondary Education 2017/04 
Hayley Russell (Health and Exercise Science) Published a Book Chapter '"Playing Like a Girl": Women in Competition in Sport and Physical Activity' in the Oxford Handbook of Women in Competition Hayley Russell (Health and Exercise Science) Health and Exercise Science 2017/04 
Katherine (Katie) Aney ’18 Wins Goldwater Scholarship Katherine (Katie) Aney ’18 Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 2017/03 
Heidi Meyer (Nursing) Presented at Sigma Theta Tau International Phi Chapter and Zeta Chapter Annual Research Day Heidi M. Meyer ’98 (Nursing) Nursing 2017/03 
Nathan Huber ’17 and Tom Huber (Physics) Are Co-Authors of a Paper in Journal of the Acoustical Society of America Nathan Huber ’17, Tom Huber (Physics), Matthew Huber (Rhodes College, Physics) Physics 2017/03 
Sarah Wolter (Communication Studies) Presented a Paper, “Competitive Behaviors of Female Athletes,” at the Tenth Summit on Communication and Sport, Phoenix, AZ, in March 2017 Sarah Wolter ’02 (Communication Studies), Bonnie Reimann (Health and Exercise Science), Hayley Russell (Health and Exercise Science) Communication Studies, Health and Exercise Science 2017/03 
Barbara Fister (Library) Presented a Workshop and Lecture at the University of New Mexico on Information Literacy in a Post-Truth Era Barbara Fister (Library/Archives) Library/Archives 2017/03 
Betsy Byers (Art and Art History) Was Selected to Exhibit Work at SCOPE International Art Fair in New York City in March 2017 Betsy Byers (Art and Art History) Art and Art History 2017/03 
Betsy Byers (Art and Art History) Was Selected to Exhibit Work at SCOPE International Art Fair in New York City in March 2017 Betsy Byers (Art and Art History) Art and Art History 2017/03 
Sarah Wolter (Communication Studies) Presented on a Panel “The Politics of Progress in Sport at the 40th Anniversary of Title IX” at the Tenth Summit on Communication and Sport, Phoenix, AZ, in March 2017 Sarah Wolter ’02 (Communication Studies) Communication Studies 2017/03 
Michele Koomen Presented a Session at NSTA: "Developing Disciplinary and Reading in the Content Area of Science: Yes! You Can Do Both as an Elementary Teacher!" Michele Koomen (Elementary and Secondary Education) Elementary and Secondary Education 2017/03 
Three Gustavus Physics Students Receive Rossing Physics Scholarships Elise Le Boulicaut ’18, Ben Rorem ’19, Xiaoqi Yu ’19 Physics 2017/03 
Kathi Tunheim Facilitated a Workshop at the Federated Insurance Women in Leadership Hi-Potential Development Program in Owatonna, Minnesota Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2017/02 
Loramy (Mimi) Gerstbauer Was a Presenter on a Panel Entitled “Case Studies for Forgiveness, Change, and Social Justice” at the International Studies Association Meetings in February 2017 Loramy (Mimi) Gerstbauer (Political Science) Political Science 2017/02 
Kate Knutson (Political Science) and Sarah Ruble (Religion) Presented at the Annual Conference on the First Year Experience Kate Knutson (Political Science), Sarah Ruble (Religion) Political Science, Religion 2017/02 
Four Gustavus Students Display Posters at the Minnesota Private College Scholars Showcase in the Capitol Rotunda Noah O'Ryan ’17; Advisor: Martin Lang ’95 (Communication Studies) Communication Studies 2017/02 
Lisa Heldke Served as Attaway Lecturer at Centenary College, Shreveport, Louisiana Lisa Heldke '82 (Philosophy) Philosophy 2017/02 
Lucie Holmgreen (Psychological Science) Published a Book Chapter, “Conservation of Resources Theory: Resource Caravans and Passageways in Health Contexts” in the Handbook of Stress and Health: A Guide to Research and Practice Lucie Holmgreen (Psychological Science), Vanessa Tirone (Rush University Medical Center), James Gerhart (Rush University Medical Center), Stevan Hobfoll (Rush University Medical Center) Psychological Science 2017/02 
Joshua Brown (Philosophy) Published a Co-Authored Paper, "A New Semantics for Vagueness," in the Journal Erkenntnis Joshua Brown (Philosophy), James Garson (University of Houston, Philosophy) Philosophy 2017/02 
Debra Pitton (Education) Presented a Session at the 2017 Association of Teacher Educators National Conference. Along With Laura Pitton Guerreo, a 4th Grade Spanish Immersion Teacher in Eden Prairie; and Angela Pitton Abdo, a Licensed Art Therapist and Youth Counselor at Headway Schools, She Shared Information on Managing Extreme Behavior in the K-12 Classroom Debra Eckerman Pitton (Elementary and Secondary Education), Laura Pitton Guerrero (4th grade Spanish Immersion Teacher, School partner), Angela Pitton Abdo (Art Therapist and Youth Counselor, Headway Schools) Elementary and Secondary Education 2017/02 
Four Gustavus Students Display Posters at the Minnesota Private College Scholars Showcase in the Capitol Rotunda Caitlin Clause ’18, Connor Smith ’17, Jake Westfield ’18; Advisor: Laura Triplett (Geology) Geology 2017/02 
Kathi Tunheim Led a Workshop, "Strategic Visioning: Energizing and Mobilizing Your Congregation" (With B. Nelson) at the ELCA SW Synod Workshop, Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN Bill Nelson (ELCA SW Synod), Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2017/01 
Kate Knutson (Political Science) Was Named to the Editorial Board of Politics and Religion Kate Knutson (Political Science) Political Science 2017/01 
Loramy Gerstbauer (Political Science) Published a Book, “U.S. Foreign Policy and the Politics of Apology” (Routledge 2017) Loramy (Mimi) Gerstbauer (Political Science) Political Science 2017/01 
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.” Michele Koomen (Elementary and Secondary Education), Alissa Hoffman ’17, Elizabeth Schutz ’16 Elementary and Secondary Education 2017/01 
Barbara Zust ’76, Jaclyn Housley ’16, and Anna Klatke ’16 Published “Evangelical Christian Pastors’ Lived Experience of Counseling Victims/Survivors of Domestic Violence” in the Journal of Pastoral Psychology Barbara L. Mattson Zust ’76 (Nursing), Jacyln Housley ’16, Anna Klatke ’16 Nursing 2017/01 
Julie Gilbert (Library), Published Four Children’s Books With Stone Arch Books: Fire and Ice, Neptune’s Trident, the Sighting, and Into the Storm. Written as Hi-Lo Books (High Interest for Low Level Readers), the Dark Waters Series Is Directed at Teens Who Read at a Lower Grade Level. Gilbert’s Novels Grew Partially Out of Her Academic Research on Recreational Reading and Diversity Initiatives in Academic Libraries Julie Gilbert (Library/Archives) Library/Archives 2017/01 
Anna Hulseberg (Library) and Anna Versluis (Geography) Published an Article, "Integrating Information Literacy Into an Undergraduate Geography Research Methods Course," in the Journal College and Undergraduate Libraries Anna Hulseberg (Library/Archives), Anna Versluis (Geography) Library/Archives, Geography 2017/01 
Tom Huber (Physics) and Nathan Huber ’17 Were Co-Authors of Presentation at Acoustical Society of America Meeting in Honolulu, Hawaii Matthew Huber (Rhodes College, Physics), Nathan Huber ’17, Tom Huber (Physics) Physics 2016/12 
Yurie Hong (Classics) Published an Article, “Playing Zeus: Reproductive Technology and Lessons From Hesiod” as Part of a Series on Ancient Childbirth in the Online Classics Journal Eidolon (Dec. 22, 2016) Yurie Hong (Classics) Classics 2016/12 
Angelique Dwyer’s Article “Performing Nation Diva Style: La Tequilera” Has Been Accepted for Publication in the Anthology Entitled “Race and Cultural Practice in Popular Culture” (Edited by González, Rachel and Pérez, Domino Through Rutgers: New Jersey. 2017) Angelique Dwyer (Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures) Modern Languages, Literatures, and Cultures 2016/12 
Blake Couey (Religion) Participated in a Panel Review of His Book Reading the Poetry of First Isaiah at the Annual Meeting of the Society of Biblical Literature J. Blake Couey (Religion) Religion 2016/11 
"Kathy Lund Dean (E/M) Has Published "The Long Goodbye: Can Academic Citizenship Sustain Academic Scholarship?" in the Journal of Management Inquiry, Along With Co-Author Jeanie M. Forray." Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2016/11 
Thia Cooper (Religion) Was the Keynote Speaker in Leuven, Belgium at the Omnes Gentes Colloquium on Religion, Development, and Liberation Thia Cooper (Religion) Religion 2016/11 
Annika Ericksen Gave a Conference Presentation (2016) Annika Ericksen (Sociology and Anthropology) Sociology and Anthropology 2016/11 
Barbara Fister (Library) Was a Panelist Discussing “Open Access Teaching: Opportunities for Innovation in Anthropology Classrooms" at the American Anthropological Association Annual Meeting Barbara Fister (Library/Archives) Library/Archives 2016/11 
"Kathy Lund Dean (E/M) Has Published "Embedding Engaged Learning in High Enrollment Lecture-Based Classes" in Higher Education: The International Journal of Higher Education Research, Along With Co-Author Sarah Wright." Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2016/11 
Lisa Heldke Delivered the World Philosophy Day Lecture at Macalester College Lisa Heldke ’82 (Philosophy) Philosophy 2016/11 
Lisa Heldke Delivered the Keynote Address at the 2016 Meeting of the Society for the Anthropology of Food and Nutrition Lisa Heldke ’82 (Philosophy) Philosophy 2016/11 
Yurie Hong (Classics) Published an Article, “Mothering in Classical Athens: Class, Identity, and Experience” in Stephanie Budin (ed.) Women in Antiquity. Routledge. 2016 Yurie Hong (Classics) Classics 2016/11 
Peg O’Connor (PHI and GWS) Presented an Invited Lecture, “Living in the Cave: Shame and Addiction,” in the Colloquium at the Department of Philosophy, University of St. Catherine Peg O'Connor (Philosophy) Philosophy 2016/11 
Beatriz Torres (Communication Studies) Co-Authored the Article “Caregiving and Social Support for Gay and Bisexual Men With Prostate Cancer" in Psycho-Oncology Benjamin Capistrant (University of Minnesota, School of Public Health), Beatriz Torres (Communication Studies), Enyinnaya Merengwa (University of Minnesota, School of Public Health), William West (University of Minnesota, Department of Writing Studies), Darryl Mitteldorf (Malecare, Malecare), Simon Rosser (University of Minnesota, School of Public Health) Communication Studies 2016/11 
Michele Koomen (Education) Published an Article: "Practitioner Inquiry With Early Program Teacher Candidates." Michele Koomen (Elementary and Secondary Education) Elementary and Secondary Education 2016/11 
Beatriz Torres (Communication Studies) Co-Authored the Article "Formative Work to Develop a Tailored HIV Testing Smartphone App for Diverse, At-Risk, HIV-Negative Men Who Have Sex With Men: A Focus Group Study" Jason Mitchell (University of Hawaii, Office of Public Health Studies), Beatriz Torres (Communication Studies), Joe Jennifer (University of Minnesota, Division of Epidemiology and Community Health), Danh Thu (University of Minnesota, Division of Epidemiology and Community Health), Bobbie Gass (University of Minnesota, Division of Epidemiology and Community Health), Keith Horvath (University of Minnesota, Division of Epidemiology and Community Health) Communication Studies 2016/10 
Kathi Tunheim Delivered a Presentation "Gaining Employment in the United States After College" to the Association of Norwegian Students Abroad, Sponsored by the Norwegian Consulate in Minneapolis, MN Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2016/10 
Barbara Fister, Library, Was One of the Authors of a Paper, "A Day in the Life: Practical Strategies for Understanding Student Space-Use Practices," Published in the Proceedings of the Library Assessment Conference Andrew Asher (Indiana University, Library/Archives), Juliann Couture (University of Colorado Boulder, Library/Archives), Jean Amaral (Borough of Manhattan Community College, CUNY, Library/Archives), Maura Smale (City Tech, CUNY, Library/Archives), Sara Lowe (Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis, Library/Archives), Donna Lanclos (University of North Carolina at Charlotte, Library/Archives), Mariana Regalado (Brooklyn College, CUNY, USA, Library/Archives), Barbara Fister (Library/Archives) Library/Archives 2016/10 
Barbara Zust Presented a Faculty/student Research Project at the Nursing Network on Violence Against Women International: “The Influence of Children on Counseling by Clergy for Victims of Domestic Violence.” Barbara L. Mattson Zust ’76 (Nursing), Jacyln Housley ’16, Anna Klatke ’16 Nursing 2016/10 
William Bruce (Classics) Published an Article, 'Towards a Typology of Bronze Hekate Bases: Contextualizing a New Find From Sardis,' in the Journal of Roman Archaeology (2017) and a Chapter, 'Life Outside the Walls Before the Seleucids,' in a Book Spear Won Land to Be Published in 2018 William Bruce (Classics) Classics 2016/10 
Barbara Zust Presented “ Domestic Violence and the Christian Church’s Response: A Longitudinal Study of Progress Between 2005 - 2015.” Barbara L. Mattson Zust ’76 (Nursing), Katie Moses ’05, Courtney Schubert ’05, Breeana Flicek ’15, Jessica Timmerman ’15 Nursing 2016/10 
Amanda Nienow (Chemistry) and Chemistry Students Published an Article “Statistical Analysis of the Photodegradation of Imazethapyr on the Surface of Extracted Soybean (Glycine Max) and Corn (Zea Mays) Epicuticular Waxes” in Environmental Science: Processes and Impacts Amanda Nienow (Chemistry), Scott Anderson ’17, Amy Christiansen ’15, Alexa Peterson ’16, Logan Beukelman ’16 Chemistry 2016/09 
Laura Burrack (Biology) Published an Article, “Neocentromeres Provide Chromosome Segregation Accuracy and Centromere Clustering to Multiple Loci Along a Candida Albicans Chromosome” in PLoS Genetics Laura Burrack (Biology), Hannah Hutton (University of Minnesota), Kathleen Matter (University of Minnesota), Shelly Clancey (University of Minnesota), Ivan Liachko (University of Washington), Alexandra Plemmons (Grinnell College), Amrita Saha (Grinnell College), Erica Power ’18, Breanna Turman (University of Minnesota), Mathura Thevandavakkam (Tel Aviv University), Ferhat Ay (La Jolla Institute for Allergy and Immunology), Maitreya Dunham (University of Washington), Judith Berman (Tel Aviv University) Biology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 2016/09 
Kate Knutson (Political Science) Published a Book Review in Politics and Religion Kate Knutson (Political Science) Political Science 2016/09 
Lisa Heldke Participated in an Invited Workshop “Food’s Entanglements With Life: How Is It Good to Think With?” Lisa Heldke ’82 (Philosophy) Philosophy 2016/09 
Barbara Zust and Rose Jost Presented “Decreasing Lateral Violence by Reflecting on the Ladder of Inference” at the Global Network of Public Health Nurses 4th Annual Conference in Billund, Denmark Barbara L. Mattson Zust ’76 (Nursing), Rose Jost ’63 (Nursing) Nursing 2016/09 
Appointed - University of Minnesota Private College Leadership Advisory Board Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2016/09 
Artworks by Priscilla Briggs Were Included in the Exhibition “The Concordia Biennial: The Art of Teaching” at Concordia Gallery, Concordia University, St. Paul, MN Priscilla Briggs (Art and Art History), Laura Migliorino (Anoka-Ramsey Community College), Teri Fullerton (Univeristy of MN), Petronella Ytsma (Metro State Community College), Meg Ojala (St. Olaf College), Linda Gammell (St. Olaf College), Linda Brooks (St. Paul Academy), Wing Huie (Wing Huie Studio), Chris Faust (Chris Faust Photography), Jack Mader (Jack Mader Photography), Tom Miller (Tom Miller Photography), Brett Kallusky (University of Wisconsin, River Falls) Art and Art History 2016/09 
Annika Ericksen Presents at a Conference in Mongolia Annika Ericksen (Sociology and Anthropology) Sociology and Anthropology 2016/08 
Kathy Lund Dean (E/M) Presented a Paper, Along With 4 Co-Authors, Entitled, "Key Authors in Business and Management Education Research" at the Academy of Management Meeting, 2016. Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2016/08 
Beatriz Torres (Communication Studies) Co-Authored the Article “The Effects of Radical Prostatectomy on Gay and Bisexual Men’s Mental Health, Sexual Identity, and Relationships: Qualitative Results From the Restore Study” Simon Rosser (University of Minnesota, School of Public Health), Benjamin Capistrant (University of Minnesota, School of Public Health), Beatriz Torres (Communication Studies), Badrinath Konety (University of Minnesota, School of Public Health), Enyinnaya Merengwa (University of Minnesota, School of Public Health), Darryl Mitteldorf (Malecare, Malecare), William West (University of Minnesota, School of Public Health) Communication Studies 2016/08 
Kathy Lund Dean (E/M) Presented a Paper, Along With Her Co-Author Sarah Wright (University of Canterbury, New Zealand) Entitled, "Embedding Active Learning in High Enrolment Lecture-Based College Classes" at the Academy of Management Meeting, 2016. Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2016/08 
Beatriz Torres (Communication Studies) Co-Authored the Article “The Effects of Radical Prostatectomy on Gay and Bisexual Men’s Sexual Functioning and Behavior. Qualitative Results From the Restore study.” Simon Rosser (University of Minnesota, School of Public Health), Benjamin Capistrant (University of Minnesota, Communication Studies), Beatriz Torres (Communication Studies), Badrinath Konety (University of Minnesota, School of Public Health), Enyinnaya Merengwa (University of Minnesota, School of Public Health), Darryl Mitteldorf (Malecare, Malecare), William West (University of Minnesota, Department of Writing Studies) Communication Studies 2016/08 
Blake Couey (Religion) Published an Encyclopedia Article "The Book of Isaiah" J. Blake Couey (Religion) Religion 2016/08 
Kathi Tunheim Led a Workshop, “The Current State of Women in Leadership,” at Medica Women’s Leadership Forum in Minnetonka, Minnesota Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2016/08 
Kathi Tunheim Presented Her Work "Innovative Reflection Tools for Management Education" (With S. Madsen) at the 2016 Academy of Management Conference in Anaheim, California Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management), Susan Madsen (Utah Valley University) Economics and Management 2016/08 
Kathy Lund Dean (E/M) Co-Facilitated a Publishing Workshop Entitled, "The Scholarship of Teaching and Learning: How to Design and Conduct Great Management Learning and Education Research" Along With 5 Other Editors of Business Related Journals at the Academy of Management Meeting 2016. Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2016/08 
Michele Koomen and Colleagues at the University of Minnesota Have Published an Article: Disciplinary Literacy in the Science Classroom: Using Adaptive Primary Literature Michele Koomen (Elementary and Secondary Education), Sarah Weaver (University of Minnesota, Biology), Robert Blair (University of Minnesota, Biology), Karen Oberhauser (University of Minnesota, Biology) Elementary and Secondary Education 2016/08 
Kathy Lund Dean (E/M) Co-Facilitated a Workshop Entitled, "Teaching Cognition in the Rough" at the Academy of Management Meeting, 2016. Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2016/08 
Beatriz Torres (Communication Studies) Co-Authored the Article "The Effects of Radical Prostatectomy on Gay and Bisexual Men’s Mental Health, Sexual Identity, and Relationships: Qualitative Results From the Restore Study" Simon Rosser (University of Minnesota, School of Public Health), Benjamin Capistrant (University of Minnesota, School of Public Health), Beatriz Torres (Communication Studies), Badrinath Konety (University of Minnesota, School of Public Health), Enyinnaya Merengwa (University of Minnesota, School of Public Health), Darryl Mitteldorf (Malecare, Malecare), William West (University of Minnesota, School of Public Health) Communication Studies 2016/08 
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! Lauren Pauley ’15, Kendra Carlson (Weege) ’15, Michele Koomen (Elementary and Secondary Education) Elementary and Secondary Education 2016/07 
Dan Moos Presented at the Symposium, "The Intersection Between Depth and the Regulation of Strategy Use," at the International Higher Education Conference in Amsterdam (2016) Dan Moos (Elementary and Secondary Education) Elementary and Secondary Education 2016/07 
"Kathy Lund Dean (E/M) Along With Co-Author Sarah Wright (University of Canterbury, New Zealand) Presented a Workshop Entitled, "Ethical Considerations of Using Engaged Learning Practices in Large Classes" at the 2016 Research in Management Learning and Education Conference, Hosted by INSEAD in Fontainebleau, France." Kathy Lund Dean (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2016/07 
Michele Koomen Elected to Serve as MN Science Teacher Association President Michele Koomen (Elementary and Secondary Education) Elementary and Secondary Education 2016/07 
Kate Knutson (Political Science) Published an Article, "From Identity to Issue: Policy Agenda and Framing Shifts Within Interest Group Coalitions" in Politics, Groups, and Identities Kate Knutson (Political Science) Political Science 2016/07 
Joshua Brown (Philosophy) Published an Article, “Natural Objects,” in the Journal of the American Philosophical Association Joshua Brown (Philosophy) Philosophy 2016/07 
Tom Huber (Physics), Mikaela Algren ’17, and Cole Raisbeck ’16 Published a Chapter in the Proceedings of the 2016 International Modal Analysis Conference Tom Huber (Physics), Mikaela Algren ’17, Cole Raisbeck ’16 Physics 2016/06 
Amanda Nienow Presented "Analysis of the Photodegradation of the Imidazolinone Herbicides in Aqueous Solution” at Gordon Research Conference, Environmental Sciences: Water Amanda Nienow (Chemistry) Chemistry 2016/06 
Lisa Heldke Presented a Talk at the Association for the Study of Food and Society Annual Conference Lisa Heldke ’82 (Philosophy) Philosophy 2016/06 
Lisa Heldke Served as Co-Facilitator of the John Dewey Kitchen Institute in June 2016 Lisa Heldke ’82 (Philosophy) Philosophy 2016/06 
Lisa Heldke Published “My Dead Father’s Raspberry Patch, My Dead Mother’s Piecrust,” in the Journal Gastronomica Lisa Heldke ’82 (Philosophy) Philosophy 2016/06 
Laura Burrack (Biology) Presented Her Work “Consequences of Neocentromere Formation in Candida Albicans on Chromosome Segregation Accuracy and Drug Sensitivity.” at the 2017 American Society for Microbiology Microbe Conference Laura Burrack (Biology), Alexandra Plemmons (Grinnell College), Amrita Saha (Grinnell College), Breanna Turman (University of Minnesota), Erica Power ’18, Judith Berman (Tel Aviv University) Biology, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 2016/06 
Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) Received a Research, Scholarship and Creativity Grant, as Well as the Area of Focus Award for Interdisciplinarity, for Her Project "New Nationalisms and the Colonial Imagination in Denmark, Sweden and the Caribbean." Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) Scandinavian Studies 2016/06 
Barbara Fister (Library) Presented a Keynote Address, to the DEFF Online Conference in Denmark Barbara Fister (Library/Archives) Library/Archives 2016/05 
Julie Bartley and Students Presented Results of Their Research at the Institute on Lake Superior Geology Julie K. Bartley (Geology), John Berger ’15, Tanner Eischen ’17, Sydney Firmin ’14, Lindsey Reiners ’17 Geology, Environmental Studies 2016/05 
Thia Cooper (Religion) Translated Walter Altmann’s Book Luther and Liberation: A Latin American Perspective From Portuguese to English Thia Cooper (Religion) Religion 2016/05 
Thia Cooper (Religion) Published an Article, "Race, Class, and Abortion: How Liberation Theology Enhances the Demand for Reproductive Justice," in Feminist Theology Thia Cooper (Religion) Religion 2016/05 
Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management) Published an Article, “Exploring the Lived Experiences of Women Working in Sweden” (With E. Johnson ’14), Advances in Developing Human Resources, 18(2), 169-186 Elizabeth Johnson ’14, Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2016/05 
Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) Published an Edited Anthology, “A Companion to Nordic Cinema,” Co-Edited by Mette Hjort, in Wiley Blackwell’s Companions to National Cinemas Book Series Mette Hjort (University of Copenhagen), Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) Scandinavian Studies 2016/05 
Peg O’Connor (PHI and GWS) Was a Guest on Tom Weber’s Show on Minnesota Public Radio: “A Philosophical Look at Addiction and Recovery,” Minnesota Public Radio With Tom Weber (https://www.mprnews.org/story/2016/05/27/life-on-the-Rocks) Peg O'Connor (Philosophy) Philosophy 2016/05 
Kate Knutson Received a Grant From the Coca-Cola Educational Partnership to Fund a Workshop for Gustavus Student Orientation Leaders Kate Knutson (Political Science) Political Science 2016/05 
Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) Published a Monograph Titled “Roy Andersson’s ‘Songs From the Second Floor’: Contemplating the Art of Existence” in the University of Washington Press’s Nordic Film Classics Series in May 2016 Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) Scandinavian Studies 2016/05 
Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management) Published an Article, "The Professional Journeys and Experiences in Leadership of Evangelical Lutheran Church in America Women Bishops" (With M.K. DuChene), Advances in Developing Human Resources, 18(2), 204-222 Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management), Mary Kay DuChene (ELCA SW Synod) Economics and Management 2016/05 
External Reviewer - Master of Arts in Leadership at Augsburg College Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2016/04 
Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) Had a Previously Published Journal Article, "The Cultural Archive of the IKEA Store," Reprinted in a Four-Volume Book Anthology Titled "Design: Critical and Primary Sources," Published by Bloomsbury Academic in April 2016 (My Essay Is Chapter 5 of Part 3: Branding, in Volume 4: Development, Globalization, and Sustainability). Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) Scandinavian Studies 2016/04 
Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) Wrote a Successful Grant Application to the Swedish Institute in Stockholm to Bring Anna Serner, CEO of the Swedish Film Institute, on a Midwest Speaking Tour in Spring 2016 Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) Scandinavian Studies 2016/04 
Blake Couey (Religion) Responded to a Panel Review of His Book Reading the Poetry of First Isaiah: The Most Perfect Model of the Prophetic Poetry. J. Blake Couey (Religion) Religion 2016/04 
Dan Moos and Rachel Olson ’16 Presented “Supporting Self-Regulated Learning in Flipped Classrooms: Are All Three Phases Necessary?” at the International American Educational Research Association Conference in Washington, DC (2016) Dan Moos (Elementary and Secondary Education), Rachel Olson ’16 Elementary and Secondary Education 2016/04 
Priscilla Briggs Had an Exhibition “Somewhere (Else)”, With Shannon Estlund, at Rosalux Gallery in Minneapolis, MN Priscilla Briggs (Art and Art History), Shannon Estlund (Rosalux Gallery) Art and Art History 2016/04 
Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) Presented a Paper, “Reimagining History: Denmark, the Virgin Islands, and New Orleans, Ca. 1917,” on the Denmark and the Black Atlantic Panel at the 2016 Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Study Annual Meeting Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) Scandinavian Studies 2016/04 
Lisa Heldke Published the Co-Authored Book PHILOSOPHERS at TABLE Raymond Boisvert (Siena College), Lisa Heldke ’82 (Philosophy) Philosophy 2016/04 
Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) Chaired a Panel on "Whiteness in Print and Digital Media" at the 2016 Society for the Advancement of Scandinavian Studies Annual Meeting Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) Scandinavian Studies 2016/04 
Lauren Hecht (Psychological Science) Co-Authored an Article, "Enhanced Spatial Resolution on Figures Versus Grounds" in "Attention, Perception, and Psychophysics" Lauren Hecht (Psychological Science), Joshua D. Cosman (Vanderbilt University), Shaun P. Vecera (University of Iowa) Psychological Science 2016/04 
Anna Hulseberg Published an Article, "Technical Communicator: A New Model for the Electronic Resources Librarian?" in the Journal of Electronic Resources Librarianship Anna Hulseberg (Library/Archives) Library/Archives 2016/04 
Anna Hulseberg (Library) and Michelle Twait (Library) Published an Article, “Sophomores Speaking: An Exploratory Study of Student Research Practices” in College and Undergraduate Libraries Anna Hulseberg (Library/Archives), Michelle Twait ’98 (Library/Archives) Library/Archives 2016/04 
Barbara Fister (Library) Gave a Keynote Address to the Joint Spring Conference of the Kentucky Library Association Academic and Special Libraries Sections Barbara Fister (Library/Archives) Library/Archives 2016/04 
Steve Mellema ’72 (Physics) Received a Fulbright Fellowship for Teaching/research in Malaysia Steven Mellema ’72 (Physics) Physics 2016/03 
Annika Ericksen Presents at a Conference (2016) Annika Ericksen (Sociology and Anthropology) Sociology and Anthropology 2016/03 
Loramy (Mimi) Gerstbauer Presented a Paper “Letting the U.S. Off the Hook? U.S. Peace Organizations and Post-Conflict Justice” at the International Studies Association Meetings in March 2016 Loramy (Mimi) Gerstbauer (Political Science) Political Science 2016/03 
Lisa Heldke Was Elected to the Board of Directors for the Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy Lisa Heldke ’82 (Philosophy) Philosophy 2016/03 
Barbara Fister (Library) Published an Article, "Threshold Concepts and the New Framework for Information Literacy" in Library Issues Barbara Fister (Library/Archives) Library/Archives 2016/03 
Michele Koomen (Education) Published an Article: "Inclusive Science Education: Learning From Wizard." Michele Koomen (Elementary and Secondary Education) Elementary and Secondary Education 2016/03 
Anna Hulseberg (Library) and Jeff Jenson (Archives and Library) Presented a Session, "LibGuides in the Archives: Hosting Finding Aids for Archival Collections on LibGuides," at the Library Technology Conference in March 2016 Anna Hulseberg (Library/Archives), Jeff A. Jenson (Library/Archives) Library/Archives 2016/03 
Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) Was Awarded a $400 Gender, Women, and Sexuality Studies Grant in Spring 2016 in Support of the Publication of Her Co-Edited Anthology, New Dimensions of Diversity in Nordic Culture and Society. Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) Scandinavian Studies 2016/03 
Lisa Heldke Participated in a Panel at the Annual Society for the Advancement of American Philosophy Conference Lisa Heldke ’82 (Philosophy) Philosophy 2016/03 
Eric Dugdale (Classics) Gave a Presentation Titled “The Value of Embedding Digital Humanities in the Undergraduate Curriculum” at the CAMWS Conference in Williamsburg, VA Eric Dugdale (Classics) Classics 2016/03 
Barbara Fister (Library) Published a Young Adult Novel, If Then Else Barbara Fister (Library/Archives) Library/Archives 2016/03 
Kate Knutson (Political Science) Received a Kendall Center for Engaged Learning Mini Grant for Development of a New Course Titled "Women and Gender in U.S. Politics" Kate Knutson (Political Science) Political Science 2016/03 
Barbara Zust ’76 Co-Authored an Article “Exploring the Lived Experience of Difficult Sleep and Good Sleep Among Psychiatric Patients” in Issues of Mental Health Nursing, With Staff at Abbott Northwestern Hospital in Minneapolis Barbara L. Mattson Zust ’76 (Nursing), Marjorie Gruenberg (Abbott Northwestern RN), Sue Ellen Sendelbach (Abbott Northwestern administration) Nursing 2016/02 
Sheng Yang (E/M) Presented His Paper at an International Conference Sheng Yang (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2016/01 
Tom Huber (Physics), Mikaela Algren ’17, and Cole Raisbeck ’16 Presented a Paper at the International Modal Analysis Conference Tom Huber (Physics), Mikaela Algren ’17, Cole Raisbeck ’16 Physics 2016/01 
Tom Huber (Physics) Was Co-Author, With Colleagues at Rhodes College, on a Paper at the International Modal Analysis Conference in January 2016 Matthew Huber (Rhodes College, Physics), Brent Hoffmeister (Rhodes College, Physics), Tom Huber (Physics) Physics 2016/01 
Julie Bartley (Geology) Published a Paper, With Colleagues, “Oxygenation of the Mid-Proterozoic Atmosphere: Clues From Chromium Isotopes in Carbonates” in Geochemical Perspectives Letters Geoff Gilleaudeau (University of Arizona), Robert Frei (University of Copenhagen), A. Jay Kaufman (University of Maryland), Linda C. Kah (University of Tennessee), Karem Azmy (Memorial University), Julie K. Bartley (Geology), Pavel Chernyavskiy (National Institutes of Health), Andrew H. Knoll (Harvard University) Geology 2016/01 
Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management), John Cha (Religion) and Marcia Bunge (Religion) Received a Teagle Foundation Grant for $10,000 to Fund Inter-Religious Dialogue Curriculum John Cha (Religion), Marcia Bunge (Religion), Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management) Religion, Economics and Management 2016/01 
Co-Organizer With Rosanna Lauriola of Committee on Ancient and Modern Performance Panel at the 2016 Society for Classical Studies Conference in San Francisco Eric Dugdale (Classics), Rosanna Lauriola (Randolph College, Classics) Classics 2016/01 
Dave Stamps (Music) Launches the Inaugural Jazz Composers Symposium to Rave Reviews Through the Newly Founded International Society of Jazz Arrangers and Composers (ISJAC) Dave Stamps (Music) Music 2016/01 
Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) Published a Critical Anthology, Titled New Dimensions of Diversity in Nordic Culture and Society, Co-Edited by Jenny Björklund, With Cambridge Scholars Publishing in April 2016 Jenny Björklund (Uppsala University), Ursula Lindqvist (Scandinavian Studies) Scandinavian Studies 2016/01 
Appointed - Thrivent Financial Member Network Board Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2015/05 
Joshua Brown (Philosophy) Published and Article, “Chemical Atomism: A Case Study in Confirmation and Ontology,” in Synthese Joshua Brown (Philosophy) Philosophy 2015/02 
Appointed - Swedish American Chamber of Commerce Board Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2015/01 
Michele Koomen and Colleagues From the University of Minnesota (Karen Oberhauser, Robert Blair and Gillian Roehrig) Continue Their NSF DR-K-12: Driven to Discover: Citizen Science Inspires Classroom Investigation Funded Award Endeavors. Michele Koomen (Elementary and Secondary Education), Karen Oberhauser (University of Minnesota, Department of Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology), Robert Blair (University of Minnesota, Department of Fisheries, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology), Gillian Roehrig (University of Minnesota, STEM Center) Elementary and Secondary Education 2014/07 
Appointed - Sparboe Farms Advisory Board Kathi Tunheim (Economics and Management) Economics and Management 2013/01 
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